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Fashion Accessories1599 of 1972Vintage Avon Roses, Roses CologneTurquoise and Gold Neck Bolo
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Posted 5 years ago


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Hi Manikin, I did open. As you can see is not made by Germany it is
made by JOHNSON&JOHNSON New Brunswick, N. J. Chicago ILL.
Sorry was your's from Germany I for got. What do you think about this one let me know it has never been use. I personally never knew they exited. Thanks, I hope everyone Likes it.



  1. Manikin Manikin, 5 years ago
    Yes it is a great piece and mine had color was also square and in German . They are used to get a quick reference on how to treat a certain type of injury on field . I can not say it is military issue but they were great idea to carry . As a Nam Nurse we did not have these but I will bet one of our military guys on CW will know if they still use or I will ask my son he just got out and saved his own life when hid by a IUD . The pics cover ways to stop bleeding , stabilize a broken bone and clean something out of eye . The bleeding instructions are pretty clear but most often hand applied pressure will stop it use tourniquet only as last resort as you may lose limb from it . I just love this . Great Piece !
  2. Manikin Manikin, 5 years ago
    Esmarch bandage (also known as Esmarch's bandage for surgical haemostasis or Esmarch's tourniquet) in its modern form is a narrow hard rubber tourniquet with a chain fastener that is used to control bleeding by applying it around a limb in such a way that blood is expelled from it[1]. This prevents the flow of blood to or from the distal area, making it easier to operate. The limb is often elevated as the elastic pressure is applied.

    The original version was designed by Friedrich von Esmarch, professor of surgery at the University of Kiel, Germany, and is generally used in battlefield medicine. Esmarch himself had been Surgeon General to the German army during the Franco-German War. It consisted of a three-sided piece of linen or cotton, the base measuring 4 feet and the sides 2 feet 10 inches. It could be used folded or open, and applied in thirty-two different ways. An improved form was devised by Bernhard von Langenbeck later on.
    Mine was more like the first one shown on this link and yes it was German as I thought and for Military :-)
  3. Manikin Manikin, 5 years ago
    I remember mine was a triangle as it was what you used to make splints ect . You used the actual cloth .
  4. bratjdd bratjdd, 5 years ago
    Manikin I would love for you to have it :) What do you think?

  5. bratjdd bratjdd, 5 years ago
    That is a interesting sight and yes they are definitively different then mind. Those are military. The one you gave away i know does not compares to mine, but if you want it, Its your.
  6. bratjdd bratjdd, 5 years ago
    Thank you, mrmajestic1
  7. walksoftly walksoftly, 5 years ago
    That's a nice gesture bratjjd, that's what makes CW so unique!
  8. Manikin Manikin, 5 years ago
    So true Walksoft a bunch of really fine people on CW and she was so kind to let me put one back in the woodbox .
  9. bratjdd bratjdd, 5 years ago
    Thank you, walksoftly
  10. bratjdd bratjdd, 5 years ago
    Thank you Hunter,miKKoChristmas11
  11. ChineseSocialClub, 5 years ago
    Do you have this available for sale

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