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PROHIBITION! Very Cool 1932 Prohibition Pharmacy Prescription for Alcohol
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This is a very cool piece! This is a great piece from Prohibition America. During the Prohibition period of American, Alcohol was illegal. The only way that you could legally get alcohol, was to get a doctor's prescription. The pharmacy would fill the prescription. Some of them stated "Whiskey" but most of them were like this one that calls it "Spirit Fermenti" for fermented spirits. This is one of the rare ones that says "Whiskey". This prescription is dated November 11th 1932. It is on the very fine quality pink paper with the blanks filled in. The paper measures 5-1/2 inches by 4-1/2 inches in overall size. It comes with a modern picture of a Pharmacy front window with closed sign in the window because they broke the prohibition act. What a neat piece!

Item #: C936
Shipping Weight: 0.6 lb
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