GROVES TASTELESS CHILL TONIC SIGN
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 GROVES TASTELESS CHILL TONIC SIGN


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GROVES CHILL TONIC WAS INVENTED IN PARIS, TN. IN 1878 WHEN HE SUSPENED QUININE IN LIQUID FORM TO HELP WITH THE CHILLS ONE GOT WITH MALARIA. HIS TONIC WAS THE FASTEST SELLING LIQUID IN THE DAY AND MADE HIM A WEALTHY MAN. THE SIGN IS WOOD WITH A WOOD BORDER IN ORIGINAL PAINT -NO TOUCH UPS. 4 HOLES IN THE CORNERS FOR MOUNTING ON THE WALLS OF STORES AND ON "SELLING" WAGONS. IT HAS THE FAMOUS PIG-BOY ICON WHICH BECAME HIS TRADEMARK AND EVOLVED TO THE LAUGHING BOY. 28" X 24". A RARE PIECE OF MEDICAL HISTORY. WRITTEN MATERIAL ABOUT GROVES AND HIS PRODUCT COMES WITH THE SIGN.    

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