Sydenham's laudanum bottle

Made:
1801-1900 in Germany
maker:
Unknown

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Glass dispensing bottle for Sydenham's laudanum (LAUD: LIQ: SYD), with painted inscription, empty and missing stopper. 112 mm x 42 mm x 42 mm, 96 g. Unknown maker, possibly German, 19th century.

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Category:
Medical Glass-ware
Object Number:
A660589 Pt2
Materials:
empty, glass
type:
bottles, bottles, controlled drug, pharmacy (drugs), pharmacy (glassware), bottles, mixtures, pharmacy (drugs), pharmacy (glassware), tinctures
credit:
Wellcome Trust
status:
Loan: Wellcome Trust

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