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Apothecary's sign

This is a tole peintre [painted sheet metal] apothecary's sign shaped as a large pestle and mortar, with a detachable base. It was possibly made for interior display - it is unlikely to have been placed ...

Bath Street, Leamington Spa

A small black and white print of The Medical Hall at 10 Bath Street owned by Beasley & Jones. It is taken from The New Guide to the Royal Leamington Spa by W. Reeve, 1839. The picture shows the shop front ...


A small clear glass bottle from Edinburgh. It was used or issued by a chemist. It is a straight sided bottle with a cork stopper. The printed label on the front states the contents to be Glycerine and ...


An oblong, clear, glass bottle, embossed with J Kenyon Tonkin, Chemist, Leamington Spa, Established 1815. The dosage calibration is along one side. This chemist is quoted in the Trade Directories up to ...


A circular brass tin box from Edinburgh. It originally contained Rheumogen purchased from a chemist. The box has a yellow label on the top which states the contents.


This small, metal can is made of pewter and was used by a chemist. The can is in a poor condition and rust can be seen.


This tall, metal can is made of pewter and was used by a chemist. The can is in a poor condition and rust can be seen.


This is a large, glass chemist's bottle, known as a carboy. The carboy was used to contain liquids that were needed in large quantities. This bottle is from an old chemist shop on the High Street, Leamington ...

Coleshill. High Street

Hull's butchers, Gascoignes funeral furnishers, chemist, Miller's haberdashery and The Swan Inn, High Street, Coleshill. 1944

Coleshill. High Street

H.A. Varley, chemist, Gwen Breeden, flowers and greengrocery, High Street, Coleshill. Advertising - The Mikado, Coleshill Operatic Society. 1950s

Drug Jar

Drug Jar English c.1700 An English delft, tin-glazed earthenware, drug jar discovered during the London Wall excavations. It is a round straight-sided vessel, with a rim and base curving out from the ...


A Delft (tin-glazed earthenware) ointment jar from London Wall. It has a grey-brown glaze with raised ribs around the body of the open jar.

Kenilworth. Clock Tower

The clock tower at the junction of the Square with Borrowell lane with Dudley Taylor's the Chemist shop. 1950s

Kenilworth. Square

The Clocktower and Dudley Taylor's chemist shop in The Square, Kenilworth. 1950s

Kineton. Banbury Street

Cottages and a chemist's shop in Banbury Street, Kineton. A horse and cart is also pictured. 1900s

Medical Equipment

This glass tube is thought to be part of a chemist's equipment. The tube has a cork stopper and a glass plunger, which moves along the tube.

Medical Equipment

We know very little about this glass tube, but it is thought to be part of a chemist's equipment.

Nuneaton. Iliffe's chemist's shop

Iliffe's chemist's shop in Market Place, Nuneaton. September 26th 1966