Roman, Three Bronze Surgical Instruments, 1st - 3rd Century A.D.

Pins or probes this type were typically used as surgical instruments.

They come unmounted, but I can have them mounted in a display case if you like -- the cost of mounting is very reasonable.

5 inches long; with one blunt and one pointed end, one with knob on one end and the pointed end broken, another with a broken loop at one end; VERY CHOICE and nicely preserved for items of this type.

If you were a doctor or a dentist in ancient Rome, you'd have used these. If you recognize them and get a tingle from passing your mouse over them, they were probably yours; you can get them back into your hands for relatively little. Most of the medical instruments in my collection run around $1500-$3000.

$250.00 for all 3 instruments!!!