Don't miss this extremely hard-to-find beauty!
Measuring about 3 inches square, this circa 1920s - 1930s vintage tin is an unusual find.
The condition of the tin is good, commensurate with its age. Unobtrusive wear and paint loss do not detract from this hard to find tin .
Great for your pharmacy collection!
This nickel-plated example sports an appealing form secured on a circular iron base. Measuring just over 5 inches high, this pharmacy gem is complete and demonstrates the mildly worn and aged patina commensurate with a tool of the trade of this vintage and use. The knob works fine, and the apparatus's “wings” open and close easily.
The cover has a crack as seen in the photo, but the jar otherwise is quite fine lending flair and elegance to your apothecary collection.
The bowl measures 4.25 inches at the mouth, 4 inches tall and is approximately 5 inches at its widest point. It dates to the 1940 era.
Priced Separately See Description
The weights are housed in plastic, fitted cases and include tweezers for securing the various milligram weights. Each cased set offers a total of sixteen gram and ounce brass weights - 1 metric, small, coin-size weight and various, metal, gram and grain weights.
The cases measure 4.5 inches long x 4 inches wide x 1.75 inches high.
Condition of the BRISTOL-MEYERS case is very good with wear commensurate with use and age and is priced $45.00.
Case #2 marked OHAUS on the top is in excellent condition and is priced $60.00. This set comes with its original shipping box and appears unused.
The label on top is marked "JOHN MARIS Co - PHILADELPHIA" - and in smaller print "MADE IN GERMANY".
Measuring 3.25" L x 1.5" W x 1.5" H and sporting a well-patinated surface, tarnished weights, and solid maple wood box.
The frame measures 14.5" high x 11.5" wide and is in fine condition. Although once common, these decorative documents are getting more difficult to find. Ready to hang!
These beautiful pharmacy displays are in very nice, all-original condition including the sculptured glass corked stoppers (the stoppers are taped in place in the photos for safety only--the stoppers fit perfectly)!!
The globes measure about 21 inches high and are capable of holding the colored water of your choice!
The condition of the aluminum stands shows some wear and faint pitting commensurate with age. Hard to find complete with finials.
A simply gorgeous display awaiting placement in your drug store collection!
This awesome example dates to 1955, is painted and has a reflective finish on the large lettering. This sign is new-old-stock and was never used!!!
This beauty measures 36" long x 18" wide and was manufactured by the Continental Sign and Advertising Company of Minneapolis, Minnesota. It appears to be made of a galvanized metal, is pre-drilled for hanging and is in pristine condition!
Ready for your collection! A fabulous, visually striking, pharmacy advertising piece!
The interior sports 5 compartments packed with a total of 62 medicine bottles. Specifically, there are 32 narrow medicine vials with metal screw-on caps, plus 17 medium-size vials. There are six miscellaneous vials, 5 of which are corked, and one that houses a later-date, glass syringe. Finally, there are 7 apothecary bottles with ground glass stoppers residing in their individual compartments.
Imprinted in gold-gilding on the inside cover flap is the manufacturer name, "H.K. MULFORD COMPANY", which is a precursor to today's Merck. The label cites "7 Highest Awards from the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition" which dates the case to the 1890's.
This interesting case measures 11 inches L x 5.5 inches W x 6.25 inches H. The case is complete and has modest wear and tear commensurate of a used antique. Some separation of leather parts with stains of age and use reside on the interior and exterior surfaces.
An intriguing piece of early pharmacy and physician care.
These cuties measure from 2.25 inches to 2.75 inches. Wonderful together or by themselves.
Hills $14.00 Doans $7.00 Pinklets $9.00 Chases $18.00
This fine, walnut, twenty-five compartment case houses twenty three medicine bottles, most of which are embossed FRASER & CO, with a few marked FRASER. A total of seventeen of the bottles sport original, early labels. Three other bottles have hand-written labels, and the remainder are unlabeled- one of which has no embossing. There are a total of six amber bottles, two of which are corked and without labels, while four are complete, inclusive of paper labels. Some of the bottles are partially filled with tablets.
The walnut cabinet measures 11" W x 10.5" D x 6.25" H, and is in nice condition with a split on the front top that can be restored if desired. The finish has a lovely, warm patina, and the brass escutcheon bears just the right amount of oxidation. A wonderful addition to any collection!
The back side of the bottles are ribbed indicating that the contents are poison. The bottles are empty of contents. The bottles date to the 1920s and are ready for your collection. The bottle on the left has a label that is slightly better than the one on the right. Priced each.
This complete display consists of 24, small 'sample' medicine boxes, each of which contain colorful little red pills!
Each box's label includes ingredients described as 'laxative and cathartic’.
Packed by CHANDLER MEDICINE CO. - Office 2812 Dodier Street, ST. LOUIS, MO., the display measures 6" x 5" x 1" and is in unused, fine condition. ***NOTE*** The cover must be separated from each corner to be set-up as a display as seen in photo.
What a great collectible for the pharmacist, nurse or doctor in your life!
This popular and very recognizable, pharmacy collectible is constructed of a cobalt blue glass base with an aluminum stand that sports an old bottle of Bromo Seltzer retaining a label dating to 1987. The stand measures just over 15 inches high including the bottle.
The condition is commensurate with a used pharmacy device. The base shows wear with various scratches, and the metal is tarnished. The dispenser mechanism rotates and functions properly. The piece was in storage for many years and retains its original, "as-found" patina. A very nice find!
The Bromo Seltzer product takes its name from a component of the original formula, sodium bromide. Bromides are a class of tranquilizers that were withdrawn from the U.S. market in 1975 due to their toxicity. Their sedative effect probably accounted for Bromo-Seltzer's vast popularity back in the day as THE go-to remedy for hangovers!
The form measures 11" high x 9" wide and is in fine condition except for a 1/2" tear in the upper (R) hand corner (barely seen when framed). Although once common, these decorative documents are getting more difficult to find.