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1830-60 AMBER APOTHECARY JAR

1830-60 AMBER APOTHECARY JAR

French. Measures 8.75” high & 4” wide. Front with a gray painted panel with name of drug in silhouette, “Racine de Valeriane”. Retains its original tin lid, painted black with gold… (14-1878). Learn More »

1830-60 AMBER APOTHECARY JAR

1830-60 AMBER APOTHECARY JAR

French. Measures 8.75” high & 4” wide. Front with a gray painted panel with name of drug in silhouette, “Coquelicots”. Retains its original tin lid, painted black with gold stripes.… (14-1863). Learn More »

CIRCA 1830-60 APOTHECARY JAR

CIRCA 1830-60 APOTHECARY JAR

Clear glass with original red painted tin lid with black and gold stripes. Measures 8 ½” high. Inside mounted paper label reads, “BI.OXYDUM/MANGANICUM”.  Almost smooth re-fired pontil mark on… (14-1867). Learn More »

CIRCA 1830-60 APOTHECARY JAR

CIRCA 1830-60 APOTHECARY JAR

Clear glass with original red painted tin lid with black and gold stripes. Measures 8 ½” high. Inside mounted paper label reads, “PULVIS / CHLOR: POTASS:”.  Almost smooth re-fired pontil mark… (14-1868). Learn More »

1830-60 AMBER APOTHECARY JAR

1830-60 AMBER APOTHECARY JAR

French. 10” tall, 4” wide with a small 1.75” spout opening. Front with gray painted panel with name of drug in silhouette – “Alcoolat Balsamique”. Retains its original tin lid painted… (14-1870). Learn More »

1830-60 AMBER APOTHECARY JAR

1830-60 AMBER APOTHECARY JAR

French. 10” tall & 4” wide, with a small 1.75” spout opening. Front with gray painted panel with name of drug in silhouette – “Terre Sommieres”. Retains its original tin lid painted… (14-1871). Learn More »

COBALT BLUE APOTHECARY JAR, CIRCA 1820-60

COBALT BLUE APOTHECARY JAR, CIRCA 1820-60

Absolutely spectacular color and condition. Complete with original stopper. Measures 8” tall x 3.5” wide. Cylindrical with pontil scar on bottom.   [ss] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS… (14-1864). Learn More »

$100.00
ON HOLD

COBALT BLUE APOTHECARY JAR, CIRCA 1820-60

COBALT BLUE APOTHECARY JAR, CIRCA 1820-60

Absolutely spectacular color and condition. Complete with original ground glass stopper. Measures 9” tall x 3.5” wide. Cylindrical with pontil scar on bottom.  … (14-1862). Learn More »

$120.00
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SMALL CIRCA 1860’S CANNING JAR

SMALL CIRCA 1860’S CANNING JAR

Complete with iron patent closing clamp on glass lid. “MILLVALE ATMOSPHERIC FRUIT JAR” in embossed raised letters on front. “WITALL’S PATENT JUNE 81, 1861” on reverse. Lid with embossed… (14-1886B). Learn More »

CIRCA 1830-60 APOTHECARY BOTTLE WITH ORIGINAL TIN LID AND PAPER LABEL

CIRCA 1830-60 APOTHECARY BOTTLE WITH ORIGINAL TIN LID AND PAPER LABEL

Superb condition. Clear bottle measures 8 1/2” high x dia. 3 ½”; small 1 ½” neck with 1.75” mouth. Red tin lid 2 ¼” x 2” with gold and black painted stripes. Interior of lid with bright… (14-1872). Learn More »

$85.00
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CIRCA 1830-60 APOTHECARY BOTTLE WITH ORIGINAL TIN LID AND PAPER LABEL

CIRCA 1830-60 APOTHECARY BOTTLE WITH ORIGINAL TIN LID AND PAPER LABEL

Superb condition. Clear bottle measures 8 1/2” high x dia. 3 ½”; small 1 ½” neck with 1.75” mouth. Red tin lid 2 ¼” x 2” with gold and black painted stripes. Interior of lid with bright… (14-1873). Learn More »

$85.00
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CIRCA 1830-60 APOTHECARY BOTTLE WITH ORIGINAL TIN LID AND PAPER LABEL

CIRCA 1830-60 APOTHECARY BOTTLE WITH ORIGINAL TIN LID AND PAPER LABEL

Superb condition. Clear bottle measures 9” high x 4.2” dia. wide mouth. Red tin lid with gold and black painted stripes. Interior of lid with bright finish. Bottom exhibits a rough pontil mark.… (14-1874). Learn More »

$95.00
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CIRCA 1830-60 APOTHECARY BOTTLE WITH ORIGINAL TIN LID AND PAPER LABEL

CIRCA 1830-60 APOTHECARY BOTTLE WITH ORIGINAL TIN LID AND PAPER LABEL

Superb condition. Clear bottle measures 9” high x 4.2” dia. wide mouth. Red tin lid with gold and black painted stripes. Interior of lid with bright finish. Bottom exhibits a rough pontil mark.… (14-1877). Learn More »

$95.00
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CIRCA 1830-60 APOTHECARY BOTTLE WITH ORIGINAL TIN LID AND PAPER LABEL

CIRCA 1830-60 APOTHECARY BOTTLE WITH ORIGINAL TIN LID AND PAPER LABEL

Superb condition. Clear bottle measures 9” high x 4.2” dia. wide mouth. Red tin lid with gold and black painted stripes. Interior of lid with bright finish. Bottom exhibits a rough pontil mark.… (14-1875). Learn More »

$95.00
ON HOLD

COLONIAL APOTHECARY JAR

COLONIAL APOTHECARY JAR

Item meas. approx. 14.00 inches tall x 6.25 inches across the bottom. Dark hand blown wavy glass with a few small air bubbles visible otherwise the bottle is in excellent condition. Pontil is visible… (14-1948). Learn More »

COLONIAL APOTHECARY JAR

COLONIAL APOTHECARY JAR

Item meas. approx. 14.00 inches tall x 6.25 inches across the bottom. Dark hand blown wavy glass with a few small air bubbles visible otherwise the bottle is in excellent condition. Pontil is visible… (14-1947). Learn More »

APOTHECARY JAR WITH LID

APOTHECARY JAR WITH LID

Jar features a cobalt blue design. The medical name, “KELIS CANCRORUN“ is in a ribbon cartouche label at the bottom. Jar is free of cracks or chips. Lid has a chip at the edge of the rim. Measures… (734-41). Learn More »

APOTHECARY JAR WITH LID

APOTHECARY JAR WITH LID

Jar features a cobalt blue cartouche label surrounding the Latin medical name, “DIASCORDIUM“ in the center. This medicine was an opiate used against malignant fevers, the plague, worms, colic, to… (734-40). Learn More »

GERMAN WESTERWALD APOTHECARY PITCHER

GERMAN WESTERWALD APOTHECARY PITCHER

Circa 18th/19th century German cobalt grey salt glazed apothecary pitcher. Single handle with spout. Flower design with painted spout. Measures 3 ½” x 3”.  In excellent condition. … (734-38). Learn More »

MEDICAL AND SURGICAL RECORDS OF THE WAR OF THE REBELLION, IN SIX VOLUMES

MEDICAL AND SURGICAL RECORDS OF THE WAR OF THE REBELLION, IN SIX VOLUMES

Three medical volumes and three surgical, in parts 1, 2, and 3. Published by the Government Printing Office, Washington, DC, 1870-1888. General editor, U.S. Surgeon General, Joseph K. Barnes. Medical… (959-39). Learn More »


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C. 1843-1850 SNARE DRUM WITH “BARBOUR COUNTY VIRGINIA” AND AN AMERICAN EAGLE PAINTED ON THE SIDE!

Drum is a superb untouched attic condition drum. It measures 17 ¾” x 20” dia. The body is painted red with county and state in approx. 1” high letters around the premium hole. The percussion hole insert which was probably bone is missing. The… (M25668). Learn More »

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