19th.c. Artificial Leg c.1850.


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19th.c. Artificial Leg c.1850.

Rare 19th.c. ‘Long John Silver’ style prosthetic leg. Very simple design and construction, the main body cut from a single turned block of timber with a short turned peg leg fitted below a brass collar. Leather hoops attached to the longer outside stirrup to hold it in place with a waist belt and a second lower strap. A metal plate has also been fitted to prevent w ear. Presented as found with minor damage to the tip of the shorter stirrup and some old worm holes. Retaining portions of the original black paint finish at the base.
Dimensions: total length 38″, diameter 7″..



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