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The Importance of Labels - Part 2

In most cases, labels add to the aesthetic value of bottles as well as to their monetary value. Labels give you a sense of seeing the product as it might have appeared to a potential buyer in the 19th Century. 471 more words

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Warner's Safe Cure: To-Day There is Light for You!

A great 1901 ad for Warner’s Safe Cure that ran in The Evening Kansan-Republican:

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Warner's Safe Cure on Sale!

In researching Warner’s Safe Cure and the advertising that invariably is connected with it, I occasionally come across period ads that make me chuckle. In this 1896 ad for Lundblades in the… 87 more words

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Safe Pills Abroad

When I first wrote about Warner’s Safe Pills over six years ago, I had assumed that the marketing of Safe Pills was limited to the United States from the Rochester Office. 249 more words

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A Few of My Own Warner's -Part 1

I have been collecting Warner’s Safe Cures for close to 40 years. For most of that time, my collection has reposed in boxes, except for the occasional show display like the… 330 more words

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H. H. Warner - A Retrospective - The Rochester Democrat & Chronicle (3 Nov. 1929)

It was barely a week after “Black Tuesday” and the initial crash of the Stock Market that signaled America’s descent into the Great Depression. The Rochester Democrat & Chronicle published a full page spread entitled “Odd Business Adventurer Recalled” by John P. 250 more words

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