L.P. Routt


Company Names, addresses, dates:1
  Leroy P. Routt, 117 E. Main St., Richmond VA (1888-1891)

Notes:
Note the long list of ingredients on the "ROUTT'S EMULSION" bottle below, including "hypophosphites", which according to wikipedia is a chemical used in nickel plating.
(more information will be added when I get around to researching this druggist)

Bottles:

routt_03 This is a teal, 8" tall bottle embossed:
vertical: ROUTT'S EMULSION / COD-LIVER OIL / WITH THE EXTRACTS OF / MALT, WILD CHERRY, AND THE / HYPOPHOSPHITES / L.P. ROUTT, RICHMOND, VA.
base: W T & CO / T / U S A
The embossing has been painted white to make it stand out for the photograph, but was not originally on the bottle.
routt_01 This is a clear, 5" tall bottle embossed:
vertical: L.P. ROUTT / DRUGGIST / RICHMOND, VA.
base: W T & CO / 1
routt_02 This is a clear, 4.2" tall bottle embossed:
vertical slugplate: (mortar & pestle) / L.P. ROUTT / DRUGGIST / RICHMOND, VA.


1 Book: "Bottled in Richmond 1811-1930", by Vernon Grant




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This page last updated on December 17, 2016.