Saturday, January 7, 2012

J. Gates cards and receipts

Here are few Justin Gates items from the 1850s and 60s. I even threw a Boyce one in for good measure. We all know J.R. Boyce for his embossed med, the Rowler's Rheumatism Medicine.


  1. I'm lucky if I can match a trade card to a bottle. Those are some amazing historic artifacts there. Top shelf stuff or was that top drawer?

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