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Does Anyone Have A Full Strike Of This Druggist Cancel?

 
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Posted 07/04/2015   12:39 am  Show Profile Check revenuecollector's eBay Listings Bookmark this topic Add revenuecollector to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Presumably it would have to be on a block of 4.

I'm guessing the overall shape is a top hat, spool, or mortar & pestle (in keeping with the druggist theme).



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An obituary dated May 1917 for John S. Anistaki, Druggist, Trenton, NJ as published in a period trade magazine ... which based on age ... I can't tell if the article reads 61 or 64 years of age (1856?-1917) would appear to be the son of the John Anistaki who originally founded the firm:

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