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(This is not an answer, as I have found little information on prices, but gives a general picture about the available treatment and insurance options) My answer is specifically about historical Hungary (part of the Austrian-Hungarian Monarchy at that time), with the remarks that 1) earthquakes are practically non-existent in the area, 2) middle class, ...


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For Prussia in the German Empire there was a set of legal standard charges for physicians, effective when nothing else is contracted. In your period this was the "Preugo" Preußische Gebührenordnung für approbierte Ärzte und Zahnärzte, decreed in 1896 (German wiki). The next bigger revision was in 1924. Its text can be found in the Deutscher Reichs-...


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In 1848 Charlotteseville Virginia (US) setting a broken bone would have cost you exactly $5 for fingers/toes, $10 for Arms, clavicles, etc $15 for legs and $20 for thighs. http://blog.hsl.virginia.edu/feebill Shows a price list for medical treatements, set as fixed minimum prices by a group of doctors.


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