Antique apothecary 'Saunders Vanilla Lozenges' glass jar
An exceptional Victorian chemist shop display jar, made of free blown glass with the original ball stopper and foil & paper labels.
Saunders' Vanilla Lozenges
Formalin Lozenges - 132 Borough, London, S.E.
Henry Fairburn, Chemist, Market place, Northallerton.
The Reverse label has a faded hand written price and is for a known retailing chemist - Henry Fairburn was born in 1845 and is noted as a chemist in the 1881 census of Yorkshire.
26.7cm tall with stopper (10-1/2")
9.8cm Base Diameter (3-7/8")
Glass in perfect undamaged condition with a few small imperfections here and there, some ageing, patination and wear to the labels but overall an extremely good example.
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