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    "Dr. Drake's German Croup Remedy" Sign A tin lithograph, advertising turn of the century remedies made by the company, pictures a pretty little girl all dressed up with plummed hat and titled, "A Lady of Quality." The sign is copyrighted 1904 and has a tin wood grained frame effect surrounding the girl's portrait. Medicinal signs of this kind have become a popular collectible. The sign shows wear near the lettering at the bottom and there are two scratches in the field behind the girl. Bright crisp color and 'Quality' condition make this a remarkable addition to any collection.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2005
    22nd-23rd Wednesday-Thursday
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