Category: Pharmacy
Estimated Date: 1890
Name: Poison Bottles
Manufacturer: Unknown

Description: Three green bottles with distinct ridges around the entire circumference. The two larger bottles have wide mouths characteristic of those designed for solids and the smaller one has a narrow mouth for liquids. These deeply ridged bottles are characteristic of a design used in pharmacies for poisons as an additional safeguard against mistakes. The large ones are labelled: Pot:Bichrom and Pulv: Canthar with imbedded glass labels. The smaller one has a paper label: Liq. Arsenicalis with Dose 2 to 8 minims in smaller writing. They measure: 6 3/4” x 3” diameter for the two larger ones and 5 3/4” x 2 1/4” for the smaller.

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