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Three Bottles with New Orleans seals

Bottles with New Orleans seals  PEYCHAUD’S, DELPIT’S & SARRAZIN. Age range 1840’s through 1870’s.  “I’ve always felt the DELPIT’S was the oldest, the SARRAZIN the most recent.” Charles Aprill Dr. Charles Aprill from the Big Easy, submits these wonderful pictures … Continue reading

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Swift’s Syphilitic Specific – “Hey, I’ve got Syphilis”

S S S “Hey, I’ve got Syphilis. Do you have any medicine for me?” “Sure, try some Swift’s Syphilitic Specific” “Thanks, just what I need” I like it when Dr. Charles Aprill (New Orleans) stirs things up with a post … Continue reading

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Snuff Bottles

I was looking at all of the Peachridge Glass (PRG) post categories (see the right area of every page) thinking I had written about American snuff jars and bottles before and was surprised that I had missed this intriguing area. … Continue reading

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