Veterinary History

 

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Three spring fleams, British, 1750-1850.

Spring fleam, steel, signed W. Gadd, British, 1750-1850

 
Three spring fleams, British, 1750-1850.

Spring fleam, steel, signed W. Gadd, British, 1750-1850

 
Tail docking machine, probably English, c 19th century.

Tail docker, steel, brass and wood, probably British, 19th century

 
Castrating instrument set, 1866-1900.

Set of castrating instruments, comprising two clamps, two irons and a pair of scissors, in leather roll, by Arnold and Sons of London, 1866-1900

 
Anatomical model of a horse, c 1850-1880.

A beautiful half-scale anatomical model of a horse by Louis Thomas Jerôme Auzoux

 
Tail docking machine, probably English, c 19th century.

Tail docker, steel and wood, probably British, 19th century

 
Tail docking machine, probably English, 1701-1900.

Tail docker, steel and wood, worm-eaten, probably British, 18th and 19th centuries

 
Steel fleam and bloodstick in mahogany case, 1850-1853.

Fleam, steel with horn handle, and bloodstick, in mahogany case, by Arnold, London, 1850-1853, awarded as clinical prize by the Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, December 1853