8362.1 - Irregularly shaped piece of brown coal.
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8362.1 - Irregularly shaped piece of brown coal.
Broken glasses, gold and black. One ear holder has come off One glass part has come out
Animal statue vase tree trunk, birds and unknown animal with flowers. Colours: white, gold, brown, green, black, blue, purple, pink, red, yellow. Is broken on back.
Painted vase, chipped but covered with gold paint. Colours: blue, pink, white, green, red, yellow, gold.
Pink vase with 3D flowers coloured gold and white. Crack throughout top.
White boot with flowers - gold, blue, pink, yellow and orange.
Made In Germany - bottom of shoe
Brown clock with glass door with flower design. 11017.1 - Hook with bronze bottom 11017.2 - round thing with inscription and pointed end. 11017.3 - key tuner
11017.2 - Fast, Slow, Patented Dec 11th 1883, Waterbury Clock Co.
Gold bronze candle stick with opening spot for candle. Square bottom with circle design in middle.
Bronze gold green. Scallop design Large opening and medium opening
Frame with painted flowers. Frame is glass. Wooden back with spring. Flower colours - blue, brown, yellow, green. Image is of a woman and child
Brown and silver frame with flower design Image is of a woman and child
Colours: yellow, purple, green, black, rose gold and gold. Lavender drawing on front and back Scallops on bottom (loops) Drawing of woman on front and back. Powder still inside
IMEX OLD ENGLISH LAVENDER TALCUM POWDER IMEX ELEGANT
Grey bronze door hook, scallop design on inside, has two bends, one large and one medium
Chamber Pot with handle
11009.1 - multi-coloured hair comb with mustache shape on top 11009.2 - dark brown crown clip with black beads 11009.3 - black and silver beaded necklace with silver clasp 11009.4 - amber comb - bends in half 11009.5 - black band, silver watch middle, rusted clasp, rose gold clock hands. 11009.6 - nail file kit, blue with cream ribbon 11009.7 - brown/bronze locket with flower design and crest, inside is gold. 11009.8 - tiny photo 1.5 cm man on one side and woman on other, bronze gold colour 11009.10 - locket, bronze flower design 11009.11 - blue beads, pin, missing some of the blue beads 11009.12 - green bead centre with flowers and ropes - pin does not come out 11009.13 - pin fan with swirls and pink beads - missing one bead 11009.14 - broad clip blue beads silver coloured outside 11009.15 - hair brooch amber and brown with flowers 11009.16 - rusted hair bun pin - 6.4 cm 11009.17 - rusted hair bun pin - 7.6 cm 11009.18 - bent rusted hair pin 11009.19 - bent rusted hair pin 11009.20 - bent rusted hair pin 11009.21 - purple beaded necklace with loop clasp 11009.22 - pink beaded necklace with no clasp 11009.23 - black beads long and heart shaped - BROKEN 11009.24 - white clear beads necklace - diamond shaped clasp - 2 pieces rusted 11009.25 - cream yellow holder
11009.5 - Olymp on back, numbers on front
Cream yellow box with three objects and a velvet blue lining. 11008.1 - box is yellow cream with blue velvet and a rusted ribbon (black). 11008.2 - cream yellow dome handle. 11008.3 - cream yellow large tweezers - is rusted on the ring that opens object. 11008.4 - large handle with rusted hook and small design on bottom.
Made in England 11008.1 - who it was donated by.
Cream colour case box. 11007.1 - cream box with 3 sections varying sizes. 11007.2 - nail buffer cream white with two bumps on top. 11007.3 - cream container - empty. 11007.4 - sharp object with carvings - cream colour. 11007.5 - cream stick with two flat sides, one carved, on pointy. 11007.6 - cream handle with hook - metal 11007.7 - nail file with cream/yellow handle - file is rusted with sharp point on top. 11007.8 - long handle cream with curved and flat/straight surface. 11007.9 - same as above, but handle is a darker cream. 11007.10 - pocket knife - two blades - cream - has loop on top - DOES NOT OPEN.
11007.3 - says England on bottom
11006.1 - plastic handle, coloured cream with straw brush head 11006.2 - plastic with no handle, cream coloured with straw brush head.
Embroidered purse - silver, red and cream. 2 inside pockets snap lock close.
Hair curler, silver, curved in one side, round on other. slight point on end.
Coral colour, snap lid, ribbon inside. furry type material on outside of case.
Caris - The Jeweller
Cream bracelet with green, yellow and pink flowers.
Amber coloured handle with curved silver metal cuticle top.
11000.1 - Hat pin stand - off white cream, plastic type material, sewn to close, pin cushion on top. 11000.2 - 23cm long, hat pin with dragon detail on top. 11000.3 - 14.5cm long hat pin with purple glass top. 11000.4 - 10.2cm long hat pin with black beaded top with swirl. 11000.5 - 12.5cm long hat pin black top with slight point.
Average sized Glass Bottle Seems to have white powder or subsidence that is covered all over the bottle
Jones Millers & Coys Bendigo Vic High Crode pure food Products This Product remains the the property of jones miller & Co
tall Green Bottle with lots of air bubbles Faded brown label
Deep Spring Mineral Water Daylesford Vic
tall large Bottle with the logo of Joe's On it
1st the Royal show Winner Joe's Drink Joe's Ice cold 850ml worth money to joe's and you i'm very precious empty too
Glass Bottle with C&S inscribed on the front of the the bottle
Collis & Sons Foster Aerated water manufactures C&S
Small Joe's Bottle Has Dust or something on the inside and outside
Drink "Joe's" Soft drinks Ice could 250ml Manufactured by the royal show winner "Joe's" South Gippsland Cordial co Pty LTD Korumburra
Reference 'Elix TaraxacCo Squam' (Elixar Taraxaccum squamosum or T. squamulosum: Flora of Victoria : 'Taraxacum squamulosum, Soest Dandelion, Acta Bot. Neerl. 6: 413 (1957) APNI, Taxonomic status : Accepted, Occurrence status : Present, Establishment means : Naturalised'. 'AC. TARTAR', 'TR. DIGITAL.' (Digitalis sp.), 'POTASS : CARB' (Potassium Carbonate) , ' ...Quillaia',(Quillaja saponaria), 'Tinct.Calumbae' (Tincture Calumbae : root of Jateorhiza Columba), 'TR.CIMICIF.' (Tincture of Cimicifuga sp. possibly C.racemosa), 'ESS.ROSAS' (Essence of roses), ' ..ubi Acet.' (??? acetate /acetone), 'POISON Liq. Hyd. Perchlor.' (Liquid hydrogen perchloride), 'LIN. CAMPH. CO.', 'INF. AU...', '..RANTI', 'OL. ORIGA..', '..FERR.DIAL'.
Numerous entire, most damaged celluloid apothecary jar labels with black text on white background, bounded by red and gold border. Some paper apothecary jar labels, mostly damaged, all in a purple paper covered cardboard box originally containing self adhesive plasters.
On side of purple box a white paper label with text inside black rimmed circle 'PODOPHYLL.........Pill....Dose.....One....HOOD & CO CHEMISTS 215 Elizabeth Street, MELBOURNE'. Inside lid of box : 'ZINCOPLACT Regd. SELF ADHESIVE PLASTER. INVALUABLE FOR CUTS,SMALLWOUNDS ETC. ANTISEPTIC Can also be used for binding and sealing jars and bottles, cricket bats and the like. ONE YARD TINS 1/2 inch 1 inch and 1 1/2 inch wide. The same quality as used by Surgeons and ....Hospitals throughout .....World. ZINCOPLAST LESLIES LTD This plaster causes no irritation and withstands washing ........I.....ingredients are exceptionally pure. MANUFACTURED BY LESLIES, LIMD. LONDON ENG'. One damaged paper label '......GLYCERINE......... PASTILLES These pastilles possess very soothing properties and are highly recommended to Singers and Public Speakers. TRADE JD MARK JULES DENOUL & CO. CARLTON WORKS, LONDON, S.E. TRADE JD MARK'. Paper label :'Elix TaraxacCo Squam HOOD & CO., (F. W. BAIRD.) Pharmaceutical Chemists 215 ELIZABETH ST., MELBOURNE.' Series of celluloid bottle labels : 'AC. TARTAR', 'TR. DIGITAL.', 'POTASS : CARB', ' ...Quillaia', 'Tinct. Calumbae', 'TR.CIMICIF.', 'ESS.ROSAS', ' ..ubi Acet.', 'POISON Liq. Hyd. Perchlor.', 'LIN. CAMPH. CO.', 'INF. AU...', '..RANTI', 'OL. ORIGA..', '..FERR.DIAL'.
pharmacopeia, nomenclature, labels, packaging
Dark green glass bottle for tie down stopper seal, round in cross section, with neck tapering toward lip.
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