A rare and unusual antique late 19th/early 20th Century cast iron treadle-type dental drill, c1900. This is a substantial piece of early medical engineering in cast iron, chrome and brass, and it has a great look.
There is a brass maker's plate on the footplate which either says 'CAS' or 'C&S' (it is clear but in very stylised text). We are not experts in dentists' drills, but this one looks complete, and overall condition is good with only minor age-related surface wear.
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Size: 133 cm tall x 45 cm wide x 33 cm deep. We will happily ship worldwide, but this is a relatively large and heavy piece, so please contact us first for a bespoke shipping quotation for your country.Dispatch and returns:
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