1850’s Mahogany Apothecary Chemist’s Travelling Cabinet for the Apothecary James Dunn
A Victorian mahogany Apothecary Chemist’s Travelling Cabinet for the Apothecary James Dunn. Rectangular form with a brass flush carrying handle on the top. The two hinged doors open to reveal a fully fitted interior with three small lidded drawers. All bottles retain their original contents, over two graduated long drawers, fitted with knife, tweezers, hand scales, measuring glass, glass pourer, pestle and mortar and various ointments, all original. The top row and inside doors are fitted with 23 original glass bottles, all containing their original lotions and potions. The reverse has a secret sliding compartment, housing a further five jars.
32 x 21 x 36
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