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file icon 1274 Canada Dry Hits: 6577
1274 Canada Dry
file icon 1238 GIN BOTTLES Hits: 6566
A Historical & Pictorial Essay” that features a short history and 78-photographs of most of the world’s rare seal-identified rectangular case gin bottles of the late 1800s 
1233 That historic Lea & Perrins' Worcestershire Sauce bottle
1271a Dr. McMunn's Elixir of Opium bottle
(Coca-Cola – Coke – was taxed by the US Government, during the Spanish/American War in 1898, as a patent medicine.  Also, Coca-Cola syrup is often prescribed by doctors for upset stomachs.)
1240 The Tomato as Patent Medicine
1264 Chero-Nehi-Royal Crown Cola
1300 BITTERS BOTTLES of the American Civil War
1284 Helminthes (Parasitic Worms) and Patent Medicines
1306 Pemberton French Wine Cola
1297 MICROBE KILLER
1277 Tapeworm cures and diet
(This is an original manuscript written by Cecil Munsey in 2001.)
1282 OMEGA OIL History
1276 Cocaine, Coca-Cola, and Colicky Infants
1234 Vicks VapoRub
(History of the Maryland Glass Co. of Baltimore and how it was built to produce cobalt blue bottles for Bromo-Seltzer.)  [See also articles #137 & #139,]
1281 Counter-Stamped Coins
1307 ••••••AFTERTHOUGHTS
1228 Ayer Fortune Plundered
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