Going back to a time when doctors routinely made house calls, this knife was a popular tool carried in the family neighborhood doctor’s bag. One of the earliest knife patterns made by Case around the turn of the century, the Doctor’s Knife(85) was designed specifically in aiding the doctor to crush pills into a powder form using the uniquely shaped, flat, squared bolster to do so. The medication could then be added to a capsule or easily dissolved in liquid or mixed with food by using the spatula blade as the scoop and stirring spoon.

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