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19th C. French Medicine Bottle

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☞ MD ☆☆☆ ~Tired Blood?~Arlington's ARSENIC & STRYCHNINE Tonic!~ #Fer #Anemie

Embalming Fluid Stainless Steel Flask

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Harter's fever Ague and Neuralgia Compound

Patent Medications | Collect Medical Anitques

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Volcanic oil liniment

Sparklet Nasal Completely Cures Head Colds by paul.malon, via Flickr

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Retro advertising | Vintage Illustration

Antique opium and cannabis apothecary bottles.

Heroin Cough Sedative, date unknown

Apothecary.

Embalming fluid bottle

Lilly's Liquid Blaud

This small medicine bottle is inscribed 'FRIAR'S DROPS / BY THE KINGS PATENT GRANTED TO R. GRUBB 1777'. Robert Grubb's patent medicine Friar's Drops was promoted especially for its ability to cure venereal disease. Production Date: 1777-1800.

Chemist's Bottle | Museum of London

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portable apothecary case.

antique medicine bottles in Medicine | eBay

Electronics, Cars, Fashion, Collectibles, Coupons and More | eBay

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Antique pontiled medicine bottle

Newbery's Brain Salt It's effervescent!!!! Good for headaches, nausea, seasickness, and brain overwork.

1892 - 1910 Antique Newton's Heave Cough Distemper And Indigestion Cure Horse Remedy Tin Skeleton Death

mosquito talcum

To be applied night and morning.

Poison. To be applied night and morning | The Quack Doctor

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Facile Inhaler.

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Genoese medicine chest, 1562-1566. Beautiful, rare treasure!

The Japanese White-eye (Zosterops japonicus), also known as the mejiro bird.༺♥༻神*ŦƶȠ*神༺♥༻

Bottle of blood purifying mixture, united kingdom, 1880-1930: diluted with water, a tablespoon of this mixture of iodised sarsaparilla was recommended to be drunk by adults three times a day after meals. sarsaparilla is a vine-like plant native to north america and the west indies and has a long history as a component of medicinal tonics, especially blood purifiers. the mixture promised to clear the skin and purify the blood and claimed to be an “excellent spring and autumn medicine”.