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Boots Cash Chemists

Boots Cash Chemists must have been extremely busy and properious at the end of the previous century judging by the number of their bottles found in Victorian dumps in both South Africa and the U.K.
We will give more information on the history of the company as this comes to light.

11 bottles pictured. Last updated 18-12-2003

A scarce flask type bottle.
BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS AND PERFUMERS
A green example
BOOTS THE CHEMISTS

A brown ointment pot made in a 4 piece mould.This would have had a cap closure.
BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS

Curved front and back brown bottle.
BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS embossed W on base.
A light blue bottle.
BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS
Aqua Glass
BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS embossed •6358•B on base.
Aqua Glass
CASH BOOTS CHEMISTS in fancy frame (something completely different).

Aqua Glass
BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS
Embossed Rd No 404678 on base.

A Clear Glass Perfume bottle.
BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS
 
Clear Glass
BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS
Embossed with a W on base.
Clear Glass
BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS
Embossed with a trident and 6752 on base.
 

Bottles embossed made by Wood Bros. Glass Co. at Barnsley between 1851 - 1905