Date: 1915 |
Identifier: Country Doctor Museum
This black metal ear horn has three telescoping parts. The base and largest piece has a flared bottom with a rolled edge. It has a lip at the top edge that is fitted over the bottom of the middle section which narrows at the top and fits over the edge of the top section. The top section curves at a rounded right angle with a wide, rounded rim at the upper edge. A maker’s mark is at the flared base of the ear horn. The carrying case is a triangular, black velvet bag with a corded center seam and cord handle. The opening at one end has a triangular flap and snap closure. more...