Old victorian pharmacy bottle: Sulfur Sublimatum - Flower of suffering
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Old victorian bottle of pharmacy, 19th century.
Sulfur Sublimatum: Flower of suffering washed. There's a little powder left inside the jar.
Cork and metal cap copper and gold.
Jar blown to the mouth, trace of the pontil of the cane under the vial.
Label glued to the interior of gold and green on drapery backgrounds, typical scenery of the Second Empire.
Remains of label before "suffers sublimated" and on the neck handwritten label in pen: " Flower of Suffering)
H 23cm diameter 9.5 cm