Here are two, small pharmaceutical bottles that have rubber, stopper lids, and come unopened in their original boxes. Each contains 10cc of sterile, "Fractionally Distilled Water". This water was for irrigation of wounds and boils. They were made by Cutter Laboratories in Berkeley, California. They were established in 1897. These probably dare from the 1930s-40s. In part, one side of the box reads, "Tested for safety by intravenous injection in rabbits". Interesting drug store, medical or pharmacy items for a collection, or for display. Bottles and boxes are in near mint condition, with slight evaporation.
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