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Auctioneer Howard B. Parzow, Auctioneer 301-351-6544
Auction Date Nov 03 Auction
The Frederick Fairgrounds
797 East Patrick Street, Building 12
Frederick, MD
Time 09:00AM
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AuctionZip Auctioneer ID# 2894
HOWARD B. PARZOW, AUCTIONEER, is pleased to announce...
The personal museum quality collection of the late
Dr. Ronald Richard Berger, MD of Baltimore, Maryland

This rare collection will be auctioned at no reserve and no internet bidding!
A live auction that any collector will want to attend in person.

So make your plans now. Auctions of this nature only come around once in a lifetime.

Auction location: The Frederick Fairgrounds, (indoors-heated building #12),
797 East Patrick Street in historic Frederick, Maryland 21701
Auction to be held on: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2018
Starting at 9:00 a.m.
(Doors open at 8:00 a.m., morning of auction)
Special sneak preview on Friday, November 2, 2018, 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

We will be adding more photos as we are setting up the auction starting October 30, 2018, so keep checking our progress as Howard Parzow’s staff set up for this exciting auction event.

Also please check out our website, WWW.PARZOWAUCTIONS.COM

To view over 1,300 photos, please go to (auctioneers ID# 2894)

We specialize in medical-apothecary-dental-country store and advertising auctions for over 42 years. We can provide complete transportation across the U.S. if needed. Our live auctions draw hundreds of buyers.

For overnight accommodations in historic Frederick, Maryland, contact the auctioneer and we will mail or e-mail all the information you will need. Make it a wonderful weekend here; you will love our historic city and restaurants. Please visit the National Civil War Medical Museum located in downtown Frederick, Maryland.

Terms of auction: 10% buyer’s premium added to the hammer price. Cash, traveler’s checks, out of state and local buyers must have a current copy of your sales tax license for our records. Out of state buyers must have a letter on bank letterhead "stating that their checking account has no bounced check history," if wanting to write a check dated 3 days prior to November 3, 2018. We accept Maryland
checks with proper ID. The auctioneer has the right to refuse anyone’s check if he wishes to do so. All items sold where-is and as-is. All announcements made on auction day shall take precedence over previously distributed information. We do not accept credit cards.

This collection has numerous early physicians’ surgical kits, including large,
small and pocket from the 1700s to the Civil War period (several Civil War
period surgical kits w/ bone saws), sailing ship physicians’ medical kits in
the original wooden chests. Microscope collection 18th and 19th century,
collection of leech jars, cupping sets c. 1790, bleeder instruments and bleeder
kits c. 1700s – 1800s, numerous early medical instruments, early opium
pipe collection, outstanding collection of gold coin, druggist, pocket and
physicians scales, scale weight sets, mortar and pestle collection, comprehensive
sets of postmortem instruments in brass-bound mahogany cases,
invalid and infant feeders c. 1830, diagnostic instruments, bone saws and
bone-cutting chain saw, early surgical kits from France and United States,
rare sterling silver ear trumpet c. 1812, plus others, quack medicine devices,
highly decorated Chinese urinal, ceramic spittoons, numerous scalpel kits,
Mahogany-cased stomach and breast pumps c.1800, silver sick siphons,
enema set c. 1860, early aspiration sets, Roman instruments from the first
and second centuries AD, dental toothkeys, dental instruments, human
skulls for medical purposes only, numerous stethoscope, lancet case c. 1860,
numerous early medical and surgical books, reference books, animal and
human bones, ancient Roman medical kit, rare physician’s walking cane w/
instruments, sea captain’s walking cane w/ telescope, collection of colorful
“wills” medical-related cigarette cards, “Godfrey Phillips” series of medical
related cards, medical related trade cards, black memorabilia trade cards,
syringe collection, medical supply trade catalogs, early rabbi circumcision
kits, stethoscopes, pill rollers, Chinese medical kit, pot lids, WWII-related
medical kits, small operating kit WWI, dose cups, Greek and Roman surgical
instruments, retractors, 3-D color paper skeleton diagram, U.S. Navy surgical
chest, endoscopy sets, early French faience barber’s bowl (bleeding bowl),
medical kits from London c. 1800 in wooden cases, c. 1840s medical instruments
w/ bone handles, extremely rare barber kit belonging to George P.
Frick of Baltimore, MD, 1825-1885, numerous medical related ephemera,
numerous early almanacs, fantastic oak apothecary cabinet 9’ L x 8’5” H x
12” D, complete w/ all doors and drawers, numerous apothecary reverse
on glass bottles, numerous patent medicines, cobalt-blue large apothecary
show globe, cobalt-blue apothecary bottles, rare oak “Allison” doctor
office cabinet which expands out to show storage of inter-hidden
compartments, c. 1880, Humphrey’s Specifics tin front advertising
cabinet w/ header sign, c. 1910, apothecary scales, advertising
signs, advertising tins, numerous pill and tablet boxes,
porcelain ointment jars, assorted drug jars, early corn razors,
antique wooden wheel chair

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