Drugstore and soda fountain antiques
The bygone tools and products of America's drugstores are illustrated in color and described, from apothecary jars to patent medicines and mortars and pestles to leech jars. Soda fountain dispensers, dishes, and furniture of many styles are prominently presented. One will happily remember the old stores and the amazing variety contained in them.
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