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lunaghoststar: “ Mahogany medicine chest, England, 1801 The mahogany medicine chest contains boxes, bottles and tubes of medications to treat a number of conditions. The chest includes treatments to purge the body by vomiting (emetics), by sweating.

Secret poison case disguised as a book, 17th century (This website has TONS of storage ideas, DIY projects and simply amazing things!)     That’s where I put my deadly poisons! I totally forgot.  p.s. Isn’t this the most amazing thing ever? I’ll take one under my tree for Christmas please.

Secret poison case disguised as a book, century (This website has TONS of storage ideas, DIY projects and simply amazing things!) That’s where I put my deadly poisons! I totally forgot. Isn’t this the most amazing thing ever?

korean wedding chest | Antique Korean Traditional Doctor's Medicine Chest : Lot 331

korean wedding chest | Antique Korean Traditional Doctor's Medicine Chest : Lot 331

Apothecary box...OMG love love love. Want want want LOL! Look at it OMG!

A very rare cedar apothecary box, housing original glass mortar… - Pharmacy Items - Industry Science & Technology - Carter's Price Guide to Antiques and Collectables

Vintage medicine chest, another piece to add to the antique and vintage area of the store.

Vintage medicine chest, another piece to add to the antique and vintage area of…

Ship’s Medicine Chest, 1800s View Object Record Starting in 1790, American merchant ships larger than 150 tons and with more than 10 crew members were required to have medicine chests. The chests came with instructions, and the captain or first mate usually administered the medicines. This well-traveled example has labels from Baltimore, Maryland; Mamaroneck, New York; and Halifax, Nova Scotia

Ship’s Medicine Chest, - Starting in American merchant ships larger than 150 tons and with more than 10 crew members were required to have medicine chests. The chests came with instructions, and the captain or first mate usually administered the medicines

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