The Indianapolis Medical Society is this week auctioning off what it calls pieces of Indiana history as it prepares to move to smaller offices. The more than 150-year-old organization says items range from a clock made with wood dating back thousands of years to artifacts and historic documents.
The Indianapolis Medical Society was established in 1848. The professional membership organization represents doctors of medicine and osteopathy in the Indianapolis area.
Other items for auction include artwork by T.C. Steele, K.P. Singh and a French painting the organization says is valued at more than $30,000. The society is also auctioning off equipment and artifacts such as seal presses, candlesticks and a menorah.
You can see the auction listings by clicking here.