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From the days of Al Capone, flappers and moonshine this was the only legal way to drink liquor in the US!
This prescription has poppies on the top corners, fleur-de-lys on the bottom, and spider-webbed borders! It was prescribed for Catherine Gallagher, of Brisbin, PA, by Dr. H. H. Thompson, of Philipsburg, PA, on Valentine's Day, February 14, 1928, and was filled the same day by Pharmacist, William C. Arnold, of Arnold's Drug Store, in Houtzdale, PA. It was issued by the Treasury Department and is printed on fancy, beautiful paper, that was also used for U.S. currency. In the center is the old Treasury Seal with the Latin inscription, "Thesaur. Amer. Septent. Sigil.". When you hold this prescription up to the light, PROHIBITION is watermarked, as with the metal strips that are used in U.S. bills today, the graphics are GREAT!
The prescription measures 6 1/2" x 5 3/4", has two folds, a paperclip mark on the top border, light edge wear and a small spindle hole, otherwise, condition is excellent...an awesome prescription!
This is a FANTASTIC piece of history and would be great to display in a pharmacy, museum, wine cellar, bar or office! I am happy to answer any questions you may have, please feel free to email, thanks!