Collecting Australian Pot Lids & the Lives of our Early Pharmacists

By: KEIL, R

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Whyalla, S.A.; Robert Keil, 1981. Hard cover in dw signed by author Col frontis, many b/w illus., sev in col, xv,219,pp. Sm4to. Fine/Very good. DW rubbed in parts Collecting Australian branded pot lids is a specialist area in the world-wide interest of collecting transfer printed pot lids. Once used on ceramic pots containing tooth paste, cold cream, ointments, etc., they were dispensed from chemist shops in the late 19th century. They were an ideal advertising material with the chemist's name indelibly printed under the glaze. This title offers a state by state brief biography and illus for each pharmacist, a 'rarity' indicator for the potlid, hints on quality, condition and demand.

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