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A very nice smaller sized Wishart's with the earlier tree, circa 1860
(ref. no. SH330)

On Hold


This is a beautiful 8-sided crude pontiled medicine with applied taper top, circa 1850
(ref. no. DW4)


A beautiful paneled druggist, circa 1850
(ref. no. GW59)


This is a crude cylinder with applied tapered fat ring, circa 1850-1860
(ref. no. DC254)


A super crude and bubbly example with very large tubular pontil scar, top condition, circa 1850
(ref. no. SH253)


A gem condition example of this classic paneled medicine, circa 1850
(ref. no. SH252)


A circa 1850 paneled medicinal that was based on Buchu extract
(ref. no. DC83)


A very nice, small-sized poison or medicine with an open pontil scar, circa 1850-1855
(ref. no. DC247)


The biggest sarsaparilla I've seen, circa 1870, cool bottle!
(ref. no. S74)


A clear 8-sided medicine with bold embossing, circa 1850
(ref. no. SH247)
Usually seen in aqua, this one is green. Nice "Indian" medicine with most of original label.
(ref. no. S25)

A massive deeply paneled medicine, squatty in shape, circa 1870(ref. no. SH301)


Circa 1860-1870, a nice lot of 4 crude paneled medicinals that were based on Buchu extract
(ref. no. DC78)


A gem mint amber medicine with sharply beveled shoulders, circa 1880-1885
(ref. no. SH275)


This triangular, oval backed medicine, much more common in blue than green
(ref. no. DC259)


A splendid example of this classic pontiled medicine, a smaller size variant, circa 1850
(ref. no. GW175)


An uncommon color variant of this oval medicine, circa 1885. This is the bottom on the left in the picture.
(ref. no. SH278)


A circa 1880 rectangular veterinary medicine with beveled corners and an applied top

(ref. no. DC196)


A crude circa 1850 New York medicine
(ref. no. X1021)


An attic found example with original label, circa 1895
(ref. no. DC261)


A small size of this triangular, oval backed medicine that is much more common in blue than green
(ref. no. DC260)


A nice circa 1850 oval sided medicine with a thin flared lip
(ref. no. 3080)


A large sized medicine with bull's eye in fancy slug plate, with crude applied top, circa 1870
(ref. no. SH177)


A deep blue color variant of this class medicine, circa 1895
(ref. no. DC262)


This is a pretty colored medicine with a hand tooled taper top. Circa 1880-1885.

(ref. no. KP40)


A fresh dug crude circa 1870 paneled quack medicine

(ref. no. DM75)


An uncommon green color variant of this classic medicine, circa 1890
(ref. no. DC102)


A nice pair of 2 sizes of this circa 188-1885 medicine
(ref. no. DC104)


A hand blown cobalt essential oils bottle with original cork and partial contents

(ref. no. DC246)


A splendid mint paneled medicine with earlier embossing, circa 1865-1870. Applied top.
(ref. no. SH199)
A crude circa 1865 cylinder medicine, Civil War period
(ref. no. DM467)


A large 9-paneled variant, near mint, circa 1880
(ref. no. M252)
A gem mint example of this circa 1870 paneled quack medicine
(ref. no. M107)

This is an attic mint example of this variant Atwood's bitters, 12-sided, circa 1880
(ref. no. DW5)


A tubular pontil example, circa 1855
(ref. no. SH209)
A round backed triangular tall bottle in deep blue
(ref. no. DM529)


A large circa 1875 paneled medicine
(ref. no. DM265)


A large bitters-like medicine from western PA, circa 1880
(ref. no. SH217)


A circa 1870-75 Salve Type Jar
(ref. no. DM170)


A nice colored English medicine, circa 1885
(ref. no. BS68)


A crude Civil War period snap case paneled medicine
(ref. no. 3337)
A gem mint rectangular medicine with beveled corners, circa 1870
(ref. no. BS156)


A large paneled medicine with hand tooled double collar top, circa 1890, mint condition
(ref. no. SH202)


A circa 1870 tapered cone, a Philly medicine
(ref. no. DM519)


A beautiful orange colored square druggist with beveled corners. Smith had pharmacies in Philly, Lancaster and West Chester PA, circa 1895
(ref. no. MT6)


A gem mint medicine with embossed horse picture and full label
(ref. no. MD2)


A large paneled medicine with applied top, circa 1880
(ref. no. Y64)


A near mint New York medicine, circa 1880
(ref. no. SH189X)
A classic paneled medicine with the heart shaped front panel, circa 1890
(ref. no. LA186)


A circa 1910 embossed bottle, label, full contents, and the original box - an attic find
(ref. no. IA16)

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A circa 1890 clear pharmacy bottle with J B monogram
(ref. no. MT5)


A Civil War era medicinal
(ref. no. SH300X)

A pretty bottle with a cracked backside, suitable as a display example, circa 1850
(ref. no. KP42)


A circa 1890-1895 druggist with large monogram
(ref. no. X1502)
A circa 1865-1870 big medicine with beveled shoulders and nice character, but with hairline in corner
(ref. no. Y234)


A circa 1895 amber paneled medicine
(ref. no. SH284)
A scarce product from this important Camden firm, circa 1875-1880
(ref. no. DM110)


A scarce circa 1880 New Jersey medicine
(ref. no. H151)


A Civil War era bottle, unusual to find in clear
(ref. no. DM570)


A Civil War era snap case bottle with crude character
(ref. no. DM472)


A circa 1870 beveled corner medicine
(ref. no. DM311)


A circa 1885 clean medicine
(ref. no. X1615)
Small circa 1890 druggist
(ref. no. DM495)


A nice example of this rectangular paneled medicine
(ref. no. BS163)


A gem mint example of this small Philly paneled medicine, circa 1890
(ref. no. MT15)


A circa 1890 medicine
(ref. no. DM281)


A circa 1880 oval medicine from South Jersey
(ref. no. NN14)
A circa 1885 oval medicine
(ref. no. NN32)


A small round medicine, circa 1910
(ref. no. LA58)


A cure for rheumatism, Gout, Nueralgia, and Colds, circa 1890
(ref. no. DM568)


An earlier small paneled pharmacy, circa 1870
(ref. no. X1263)
A mint circa 1890 druggist
(ref. no. DM688)


A mint example with hand tooled top
(ref. no. DM508)
A circa 1890 midwest pharmacy bottle
(ref. no. MD1)


To cure "loss of manhood" and recover the brain. Circa 1910.
(ref. no. K8)

On Hold


A circa 1890 medicine
(ref. no. DM280)


A large druggist style strap-sided medicine in amber, circa 1885
(ref. no. BS113)


An incredibly bubble infested 12-sided clylinder with thin flared lip intact, circa 1845
(ref. no. DM102)


A pretty bright green English medicine, circa 1885-1890
(ref. no. BS67)


A circa 1875 apothecary with remnant original label
(ref. no. Y263)


A deep forest green example priced down for lip chipping, circa 1845-1850
(ref. no. DC101)


A chunky 1840-1850 medicine with a pinhole in heel
(ref. no. X1819)


This is a circa 1890's sapphire blue medicine

(ref. no. KP39)


A very pretty unembossed medicine with loads of whittle character, circa 1850
(ref. no. DC103)


A classic Philly medicine, fresh dug and marked down for a base chip
(ref. no. MT33)