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Click on the pictures to read the bottles. I thought these were very interesting!
Fun collection of old things.
Seriously? A suppository mold?
Yes, that one was my favorite! =) LOL!
We have a history museum that contains several mock stores to go into and feel like your in another era. This looks like the kinds of items on the drug store shelves.
Yep, that’s what this is! We were visiting the Old Drug Store in Saint Augustine last week. Very interesting items on their shelves that date back a century and more.
That is pretty neat. I love learning about the ‘old ways’.
It’s fun to see old items and see how different they are today.
I love anything like this so interesting
I can see the reasoning behind the suppository mold – so they can get the exact size that you want. These are cool! It would be so interesting to jump back through time, and actually see these new on the shelves with have a pharmacist explaining them.
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Interesting stuff you’ve got. Thanks for hosting.
They are interesting to me as well.
Very interesting indeed! Thanks for hosting.
I have a think for old boxes! Love this
Wow, what a find! I love it…it’s so interesting and fun to look at and read about these kinds of vintage things.
I’ve seen old bottles like this in the drugstore we have downtown too. Crazy, isn’t it??
Oh, I remember reading all about Lydia Pinkham. How interesting!
An old pharmacy, cool! Danica
Very interesting collection. Now what are you going to do with it?
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Oh my! That is one scary collection, to think people really used those things. Nice captures.
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