This blown glass drug jar has a round body and a long neck, flared lip and an applied foot. The oval label is painted gold, black and red in the cold technique is marked in Latin, Elix Pectoralis" Containers of this shape and size were called "noenchen" or little nuns. This jar is one of a group of five bottles of the same size and shape. Elixir Pectoralis would have been a elixir that served as a remedy for ailments of the chest or lungs.
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