‘Un Apoticaire. / Ein Apotecker’, c1700

Framed and mounted hand coloured engraving and etching, entitled ‘Un Apoticaire. / Ein Apotecker’, designed and engraved by anon, and published by Martin Engelbrecht in Augsburg, ...

‘Un Client Serieux’, 1930-1944

Mounted coloured postcard, entitled ‘UN CLIENT SERIEUX’, designed by Jean Nau, and published around 1930-1944. ‘UN CLIENT SERIEUX’ depicts a short, fat bespectacled man with ...

‘Universal Pills No 2.’, c1830-1840

Mounted coloured lithograph, entitled ‘UNIVERSAL PILLS No 2.’, designed and lithographed by anon and published by William Spooner, circa 1830-1840. In ‘UNIVERSAL PILLS No 2.’ a tall ...

‘Universal Pills No 3’, c1830-1840

Mounted coloured lithograph, entitled ‘UNIVERSAL PILLS No 3.’, designed and lithographed by anon and published by William Spooner, circa 1830-1840. Here a man, wearing a top-hat, ...

‘Universal Pills No 4.’, c1830-1840

Mounted coloured lithograph, entitled ‘UNIVERSAL PILLS No 4.’, designed and lithographed by anon and published by William Spooner, circa 1830-1840. Here shows a man, in shirtsleeves ...

‘Very Slippy – Weather’, 1808

Mounted hand coloured etching, entitled ‘VERY SLIPPY – WEATHER’, designed and etched by James Gillray, and published by H. Humphrey in 1808. A man falls heavily on ...

‘Visiting the Sick’, 1806

Mounted hand coloured etching, entitled ‘VISITING the SICK’, designed and etched by James Gillray, and published by H. Humphrey in 1806. The imagery of pharmacy and ...

A London Nuisance

Large carboys filled with colour liquids were often displayed in chemist shop windows in the 19th century. They became a popular symbol of pharmacy. Following ...

Badge depicting the National Association of Women Pharmacists Shield, c1980s

Oval metal navy blue pin badge with multi-coloured quartered shield design featuring a rose, daffodil, thistle, and shamrock. ‘National Association of Women Pharmacists’ is lettered ...

Dispensing. The Right Career for Women, Published circa 1911

This leaflet was produced by a Mr Carson, at the Westminster Classes, to promote their course entitled ‘The Westminster Classes for Dispensing.’ The leaflet included ...