This green colored tin dates to the 1910 - 1923 time period and measures about 3.25" long x 2 inches wide.
The tin shows paint loss especially on the bottom and is priced@ $70.00.
The cover and hinge work well. Made by "METAL PKGE CORP. BKLYN, NY".
****The brown colored tin is sold****
Some History: Henry Clay Glover started practicing veterinary medicine sometime prior to 1877. In 1888, his medicines were awarded the medal of superiority by the American Institute of New York. He identified himself as a “Specialist in Canine Diseases". As a personal testimonial, he stated that as of 1897, he had been the Veterinarian to the Westminster Kennel Club for 20 years.
The first known address for Dr. Glover is 1293 Broadway, New York City. Tins with this address state “H. Clay Glover,V.S. Prop", and appear to be the earliest-known. Some time prior to 1914, the company moved to 118 West 31st Street. Glover was still sole proprietor, but by 1917 the company was incorporated, and the tins stated “H. Clay Glover Co” while retaining the West 31st Street address. The company moved to 127-129 West 24th Street in 1923.
An absolutely fabulous Parke Davis veterinary pharmacy, medicine bottle.
This medicine measures approximately 7 inches tall x 3 inches wide. The case is made of sturdy cardboard with a paper label. The condition is generally good with wear and staining as seen in the photos. The eye appealing label is what separates this from most medicines and should not be missed. Dated 1930.
The sign dates to the early 1900's and is ready for your collection.
Bone spavin is the development of arthritic or degenerative changes that creates a bony growth affecting the lower joints of a horse often resulting in lameness.
Veterinary signs of any type are quite scarce! Wonderful patina!