1800's Physician's Medical Travel Pouch w/ Apothecary Vials

Check out this incredibly cool antique late 1800's leather physician's travel pouch! The pouch snaps closed and has space for up to six vials. Five glass vials are included, three of which have paper labels with hand written details on what they contained. We know for sure that one contained Aspirin and another contained grains of Quinine Sulphate, which was an anti-malarial medicine. The third label is a little too tough for us to make out. Each vial has a screw on silver lid that is stamped with "Ger. Silver" along the lower edge. Perfect for collectors of antique bottles or anyone looking for an odd and peculiar item to display on their bookshelf or cabinet of curiosities! 

Measurements: Two vials are 3.25" Tall x 11/16" in Diameter. Two vials are 3 3/16" Tall x 11/16" Diameter. One vial is 2.5" Tall x 11/16" in Diameter. Leather pouch is 4.5" x 3.75" x 13/16" (at base).

Condition: Each vial is in great shape with no cracks or breaks. Lids screw on and off nicely. Each contains some light residue. Labels show wear such as light soilage, some worn areas, spotting, yellowing, etc. Leather case has wear from years of use (scratching, scuffing, etc). Pouch snaps open and closed nicely. Please refer to the pictures for further details.

Shipping Fees: In the event we find that we overcharged you once the item has been shipped we will immediately refund all shipping overage charges in excess of $2.

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