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Offline sheppey_bottles

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Re: Chatham chemist bottles
« Reply #2 on: July 30, 2011, 17:06:25 »
Found out a little myself just now from Google. Watts the chemist were at Rainham Kent also, the Rainham website has details here...

http://www.rainham-history.co.uk/articles/27-watts-the-chemist

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Chatham chemist bottles
« Reply #1 on: July 30, 2011, 16:49:15 »
I picked up a 4 old embossed chemist bottles today and wonder if anyone knows of the companies and maybe has photos. The companies are.. 'Towers' chemist' Railway Street, Chatham, and H. Watts of Chatham. All of the bottles have details embossed into glass rather than a label stuck on. Thanks, SB.

 

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