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Sulphur and Cream of Tartar Lozenges, unopened 3" by 5/8" by 2 1/4", circa 1914 – 1918, package with original contents, shrink wrapped for protection, for display only not for use or consumption. For the blood and clearing complexion. Made by Hance Brothers & White Inc. of Philadelphia. Their original partnership originated in 1861 and continued until the deaths of Edward Hance and Dr. James White, 1891 and 1905. Known as manufacturing pharmacist and chemists the company prospered. Hance Brothers & White were among the very first to produce soluble compressed tablets. We have six (6) available for sale. $14 each. See photos

This is the last of a massive 12k piece antique pharmacy collection. Some of the best saved for last. It will take us a while but we will be actively adding items. So in addition to the 150+ pharmacy and drugstore items available for sale right now we will be adding more. All are ON SALE, tins, glass bottles, apothecary jars, unopened bottles in original boxes. All bottles are clean. NO damage, NO cracks, NO chips.

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Cream of Tartar Lozenges

$29 $14 USD ea. SALE

Quantity available: 6
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