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Cod Liver Oil Label

SKU: DAP1001 $1.30 USD



Historic Overview

This Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil label is 3.5" Wide and says it is for medicinal use. The unused old stock was found at the Kimball Pharmacy in Chicago, Illinois and is circa 1920s or older. This is large for pharmacy labels and would look great as the centerpiece for a drug label display.


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