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11/13 1929 Sarah Cunningham Whiskey Prohibition Prescription Pharmacy Doctor Cincinnati OH Westwood Ohio Speakeasy Man Cave Bar Decor

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11/13 1929 Sarah Cunningham Whiskey Prohibition Prescription Pharmacy Doctor Cincinnati OH Westwood Ohio Speakeasy Man Cave Bar Decor

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  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Materials: paper, Treasury Department Paper, acid free paper
  • Favorited by: 15 people
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A great original Prohibition Prescription for Whiskey...Zviii (8 ounces)...Zss (2 ounces) when necessary! Ohio scripts are fairly scarce, the State probably had a law in place in which the prescriptions had to be returned on a monthly basis. Please see photos!

From the days of speakeasies, Al Capone and moonshine this was the only legal way to drink liquor in the US!

The whiskey was prescribed for Sarah Cunningham (the doc went back after writing the script and added the patient's name and address number), by Dr. Walter G. Musekamp, on November 13, 1929 (two weeks after the market crashed) and was filled the same day by Pharmacist, John L. Thinnes, of Thinnes Drug Store in Cincinnati, OH.

It was issued by the Treasury Department and is printed on fancy, beautiful pink paper. 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!

This was the pharmacist's duplicate copy, printed on the back are the "Instructions", one of which is: "This duplicate prescription must be retained by the druggist as permanent record, open to inspection by Federal Officers", the top copy was sent to the government.

This prescription measures 5 1/2" x 4 1/2", has three spindle holes and one fold, otherwise, condition is excellent...a great Ohio whiskey script!

This is a FANTASTIC piece of history and would be great to display in a pharmacy, doctor's office, museum, bar or office! I am happy to answer any questions and thank you for your interest!

Pleased to combine shipping with other Prohibition Prescriptions, Liquor Licenses, Opium Forms & Pharmacy Labels. As always, many thanks to my regular customers for your continued patronage! :)

All items ship within 24 hours of payment!
A great original Prohibition Prescription for Whiskey...Zviii (8 ounces)...Zss (2 ounces) when necessary! Ohio scripts are fairly scarce, the State probably had a law in place in which the prescriptions had to be returned on a monthly basis. Please see photos!

From the days of speakeasies, Al Capone and moonshine this was the only legal way to drink liquor in the US!

The whiskey was prescribed for Sarah Cunningham (the doc went back after writing the script and added the patient's name and address number), by Dr. Walter G. Musekamp, on November 13, 1929 (two weeks after the market crashed) and was filled the same day by Pharmacist, John L. Thinnes, of Thinnes Drug Store in Cincinnati, OH.

It was issued by the Treasury Department and is printed on fancy, beautiful pink paper. 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!

This was the pharmacist's duplicate copy, printed on the back are the "Instructions", one of which is: "This duplicate prescription must be retained by the druggist as permanent record, open to inspection by Federal Officers", the top copy was sent to the government.

This prescription measures 5 1/2" x 4 1/2", has three spindle holes and one fold, otherwise, condition is excellent...a great Ohio whiskey script!

This is a FANTASTIC piece of history and would be great to display in a pharmacy, doctor's office, museum, bar or office! I am happy to answer any questions and thank you for your interest!

Pleased to combine shipping with other Prohibition Prescriptions, Liquor Licenses, Opium Forms & Pharmacy Labels. As always, many thanks to my regular customers for your continued patronage! :)

All items ship within 24 hours of payment!

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