Two, vintage 1940s-50s that are mint in their original boxes. Camp-Enol is a poison antidote that was made in the U.S.A. by Johnson & Johnson. The bottle is cobalt blue, with a paper label. It is 3&1/2 inches tall. It does not appear to have been opened, but some of the product has evaporated. Both box and label are in excellent condition. The glass bottle of Fractionally Distilled Water was made in Berkeley, California by Cutter Laboratories. It has its original, sealed top. It is 2&1/4 inches tall. The box is in good condition, but has a water or moisture stain (this bottle is NOT leaking!). This has also caused the original paper label to come off, but it is in the box, in very good condition, and a drop of glue would re attach it, should you so desire. Great display pieces, or additions to a collection of vintage medicines, or pharmacy items.
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