Got these antique newfie meds

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The taller t.Mc murdo and co was from March 3rd 1937, while the other is unknown. Both very great shape, and I got them from a person we were doing work for because she heard I collected. I have another that is way older with a cork top, but these are still amazing newfie history.
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That's great to get the St John's druggist, I bet there aren't too many labeled Newfoundland bottles out there. I always buy up those labeled druggist bottles when I see them. Never seen the Morrol before either, although David & Lawrence was quite a large company here in Quebec and I've seen a lot of their other products.
 

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That's great to get the St John's druggist, I bet there aren't too many labeled Newfoundland bottles out there. I always buy up those labeled druggist bottles when I see them. Never seen the Morrol before either, although David & Lawrence was quite a large company here in Quebec and I've seen a lot of their other products.
Yeah I find a lot of bottles like that morrol one but never with a label. I will post a pic of the older med that I have later today.
 

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I can't believe they were still hawking the white pine and tar med that late. That stuff must have tasted nasty.

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