Posted 4 years ago
This is less common than their 1890s Log Cabin counterpart.
Here is a fair example of Warner's Safe Pills, with original box (missing paper top and bottom), label, and fold-out instructions/ads in several languages.
Warner's is probably the most popularly collected medicine company in the U.S. They were around for a while and have many bottles embossed with a safe for their "Safe Cure" products.
I think this is 1880s but will edit this later if it's not.
An interesting aspect is that it says, ''''safe with negro gathering herbs." Not sure what that means.
The product is not in the bottle anymore, but it will display well with my other small paper-label bottles, albeit this one is not embossed like they.
From the Grand Rapids, Michigan, bottle show today. I think it was my final purchase.