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Creepy Skeleton Skull Editor Antikamnia Patent Medicine Pawn Stars Calendar Card


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  • Provenance - History Channel Appearance:
    Pawn Stars: Season 15, Episode 25 April 23, 2018
  • Type of Advertising:
    Antique Victorian Advertising Trade Card
  • Date of Creation:
    Authentic Original 1899 -1900 Calendar Card
  • Brand:
    Victorian Trade Card / Vintage Cure Calendar
  • Patent Medicine Product Brand Name:
    Antikamnia Chemical Co. St. Louis, MO
  • Antique Lithograph Card Condition:
    Evidence of aging flaws and wear as shown in scans

One Fabulous Page... from the Calendar Series featured on Pawn Stars, April 23!

BIG - Antique Calendar Card Skeleton   / 6.85 x 9.85 inches = Frame it !!

AN ORIGINAL LITHO:  this is NOT a reproduction!   Card is over 116 years old!

As seen on Pawn Stars:  Pawn Stars: Season 15, Episode 25 - - April 23, 2018

- Antikamnia Calendar, March / April, 1900 -  "Copyright 1899 by Antikamnia Chemical Co., St. Louis, Mo
."

Antikamnia Chemical Company's main product was a line of "Codeine Tablets"
          -- Codeine is an opiate used to treat pain, and it makes up about 2% of opium.
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NOTE:  Reverse "Codeine Tablets / Belladonna / Podophyllin... " / Antikamnia, St. Louis 


Belladonna is listed as an ingredient on reverse side...
              ... it is a poisonous plant that has been used as a medicine since ancient times.
            It is named “Belladonna” for the “beautiful women” of Renaissance Italy,
            who took it to enlarge their pupils, which they found more alluring.
    But it also goes by a more sinister name — deadly nightshade — that implies a darker history.
            Indeed, not only are its dark berries sometimes known as murderer’s berries, sorcerer’s berries, and even
            devil’s berries, they are thought to be
             the poison that caused Juliet to appear dead in Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.” Antique Original Vintage Patent Medicine & Drugstore -related Business Advertising Calendar Card

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