Terrific Pharmacy Drug Store Prescription Druggist Sign
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Directory: Archives: Instruments and Implements: Scientific: Pre 1900: item # 1182182
Please refer to our stock # M1202 when inquiring.
PO Box 461
Glastonbury, CT 06033
Offered is a wonderful, vintage pharmacy advertising sign from a bygone era.
This fabulous 19th century sign is constructed of heavy gauge brass and sports incised lettering "PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST" as well as complimentary Victorian stylized detailing.
This visually striking sign measures 17.5 inches wide x 24 inches high and weighs nearly 8 pounds. There are 10 holes drilled into the sign designed to support wall mounting.
The following maker's name is scribed into the lower left base of the sign: "L.H. MOISE. - San Francisco". Research indicates that L.H. Moise was a very prominent company operating under that name from 1893 - 1897; the company made high quality signage, tokens, badges,and medals.
Condition: surface patina, various minor scratches and blemishes are noted, all quite typical of a 100+ year old sign. The flat black paint within the letters and detailing appears to be a 20th century addition.
An exquisite and eye-dazzling piece of 19th century pharmacy memorabilia, likely---one of a kind!