Only Known Cabin Style Vermont Medicine – Earliest Celery Compound

Description: Milton K. Paine was a pharmacist as early as 1840’s in Windsor, Vt., but did not begin bottling the Celery Compound until 1882 (Bill&Betty Wilson). This cabin style medicine is the earliest Celery Medicine and is very scarce. This is an excellent example.

Embossed: CELERY / COMPOUND // embossed “Stalk of Celery” with COMPOUND at an angle.

Height: 9.75"H

Color: Fantastic yellow-amber. Yellow tones are present throughout this cabin medicine.

Condition: Excellent.

Item No. 146