I am also looking for a label. Did anyone have a lead pre 1900 labels?
I deal in antique paper and awhile back I was looking for some antique can labels and ran across some internet dealers who were selling 19th century druggist's labels that were rather inexpensive.I'll look tonight for their site and pass the contact info along.They're a great resource.
I went to take a look at oldstuffonly.com and they currently only have a few other druggist's labels but they are a great resource nonetheless.Most dealers' stocks are always changing as they find new hoards,however Ebay has a few loose laudenum labels right now at a reasonable buy it now price and other antique label dealers often stock great old medical labels so take a look at a few sites.Happy hunting!
Thanks. I will check there. Also, most of bottles seem to be the small medicinal bottles while in the movies they show the larger bottles. I have checked different books and unable to determine what size bottle to use or if the larger bottles were just for show.
Thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated.
Check out River Junction Trade Co. on the web. They have a lot of repro stuff & even if it's not in their on-line catalog they may have not just the labels but the proper bottles as well.
Thanks for the info on River Junction, I have quite a bit of their goddies.
Uncle Sherman posted some labels from Sullivan Press, These are very good and I do reccomend them for anyone trying to look authenic with their displays
Thanks Anthony for the info on the sites. I guess that you really have to stay up with Ebay. haha
thanks Unkle Sherman I already have these as well as a bunch of others but sadly no really good looking Laudanum labels, so I put together one ( with the help of another pard on this site) It suited the purpose and I was able to use it in a movie where I played a doc.