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Set of three vintage transparent pharmacy by MyLovelyFindings

Set of three vintage transparent pharmacy by MyLovelyFindings

Kitchen Decor: XL Vintage Pharmacy Art - White Cottage Farmhouse Style

Cottage Farmhouse Kitchens {inspiring in white}

This vintage theme would go SO well in our house. I really see it fitting with the current style of architecture and space. Love the vintage sign and accents. Still feels industrial and bright while also vintage.

Free Printable Vintage Pharmacy & Apothecary Labels | The ...

Etiquetas vintage de farmacia, gratuitas para imprimir - Free Printable Vintage Pharmacy & Apothecary Labels, The .

Vintage ad for cocaine toothache drops. "Instantaneous Cure! Price 15 cents."

Vintage Ads for Heroin, Weed & Other Old-Time Medicines

Cocaine toothache drops (c. were popular for children.Not only would the medicine numb the pain, but it could also put the user in a "better" mood. 10 Cocaine and other Drug Products of the Past - ODDEE

Click above for full size view This is a fabulous old French Apothecary/Pharmacy label! You could use this one to make some beautiful towels for your powder room. Just print the label up onto a sheet of iron on transfer paper and then apply it to plain white linen guest towels.

Fab Round French Apothecary Label

Vintage printables - old French Apothecary/Pharmacy label! You could use this one to make some beautiful towels for your powder room. Just print the label up onto a sheet of iron on transfer paper and then apply it to plain white linen guest towels.

New Orleans was the first place that validated the practice of prescription, and the painkillers were often custom blends of alcohol. America’s first officially licensed pharmacist was New Orleans-born Louis J. Dufilho, Jr., and his apothecary on 514 Chartes in the French Quarter (the country’s first legitimate one), is now the site of the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum, which showcases vintage wares and boasts a killer courtyard.

10 Crucial Things New Orleans Had First

New Orleans was the first place that validated the practice of prescription, and the painkillers were often custom blends of alcohol. America’s first officially licensed pharmacist was New Orleans-born Louis J. Dufilho, Jr., and his apothecary on 514 Chartes in the French Quarter (the country’s first legitimate one), is now the site of the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum, which showcases vintage wares and boasts a killer courtyard.

Vintage Pharmacy Bottles

17 Piece Antique Quack Medicine Collection Heroin Drugs Disease from victorianroseprints on Ruby Lane

Civic Pharmacy Ottawa Ontario Canada. Weird to find this so randomly as I went here years ago as a child. In fact it's across the way from the hospital I was born in.

Iconic Ottawa~The Civic Pharmacy sign, on the corner of Carling and Holland.

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