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Fahrner's diarrhea mixture.

One in the package bottle of Fahrner's diarrhea mixture, an efficient remedy for diarrhea, dysentery, cholera morbus, colic, cramps, cholera infantum. Composition: bismuth hydrate, red gum, magnesium hydrate, salol, pancreatin, chloroform.

Fritsch Pharmacy

Fahrner's electric liniment.

One in the package bottle of Fahrner's electric liniment, a family and household remedy for the aches and pains resulting from rheumatism, gout, neuralgia, sprains, bruises, muscle soreness, sciatica, lumbago, stings of instects, etc., etc. Composition: oils of turpentine, thyme, sassafras, cassia, camphor, amber, linseed, cottonseed, petrolatum, barbadoes tar, oil mustard, chloroform.

Fritsch Pharmacy

Fahrner's extract of sarsaparilla compound.

One in the package bottle of Fahrner's extract of sarsaparilla compound with iodide of Potassium, the great blood purifier, for the relief of skin affections, boils, scrofula, pimples, ulcers, etc., general debility, constipation and other diseases caused by impurities of the blood. Composition : extract queen's root, sarsaparilla, burdock, yellow dock, sassafras, wintergreen, mandrake, licorice with Potassium iodide.

Fritsch Pharmacy

Fahrner's liver salt effervescent.

One in the package bottle of Fahrner's liver salt effervescent, a pleasant saline laxative valuable in the treatment of stomach, liver and kidney disorders such as prickly heat, flatulence, biliousness, habitual constipation, headaches, etc., and also in the relief of rheumatic and gouty conditions. Composition: sodium phosphate, potassium and sodium tartrate, magnesium sulphate, sodium citrate and sodium tartrate.

Fritsch Pharmacy

Fahrner's mustard oil liniment.

One in the package bottle of Fahrner's mustard oil liniment, a reliable remedy for the relief of rheumatism, neuralgia, stiff joints, frosted feet, sprains, skin diseases, sore throat, chest troubles, bronchitis, croup, etc. Composition: liquid petrolatum, oil sassafras, oil mustard and chloroform.

Fritsch Pharmacy

Fahrner's rheumatic remedy.

One in the package bottle of Fahrner's rheumatic remedy, a valuable and effective remedy for the treatment of gout, neuralgia, lumbago, sciatica, and diseases arising from impurities of the blood. Composition: black cohosh, hydrangea, mandrake, methly-salicylate, sodium salicylate, rochelle salts, lithium benzoate, with tincture gelsemium and tincture colchicum corm.

Fritsch Pharmacy

Fahrner's syrup of figs.

One in the package bottle of Fahrner's syrup of figs laxative, an agreeable fruit laxative, stimulates and assists the natural action of the stomach, kidneys, liver and bowels, especially valuable in the treatment of constipation, sick headache, biliousness, etc. Composition: figs, senna, rochelle salt, ext licorice, with oils of cloves, cassia, peppermint, wintergreen and anise and tincture belladonna leaves.

Fritsch Pharmacy

Fahrner's whooping cough remedy.

One in the package bottle of Fahrner's whooping cough remedy,a reliable remedy for whopping cough, bronchitis, and spasmodic affections of the throat. Composition: pine tar, syrups of garlic ipecac, senega, chestnut leaves, tolu and acacia with ext. licorice, spirits winter-green and chloroform.

Fritsch Pharmacy

Fahrner's worm syrup.

One in the package bottle of Fahrner's worm syrup, palatable & efficient, and excellent remedy for use with children in the removal of worms of various kinds. Composition: spigelia, cascara, santonin, with oils of fennel and caraway.

Fritsch Pharmacy

Farm and home patterns scrapbook.

One scrapbook with patterns for knitting, embroidery, lace, crochet, and more, taken from the "Busy Fingers" column of Farm and Home magazine. The back of the scrapbook also includes handwritten lace and edging patterns with small samples of the work.

Flight Sergeant badge.

A rank insignia badge for a Flight Sergeant that was issued to Cameron Hill by the Royal Canadian Air Force during the Second World War.

Canada. Royal Canadian Air Force

France.

Silver 5 franc coin from France showing on the obverse the head of Napoleon and on the reverse 5 FRANCS. Edge inscription reads 'France Dieu Protes.'

Pyke, Edgar William

Gaul.

Silver quinarius from central Gaul (modern day France) minted by the Gallic Sequani people. The obverse shows the helmeted head of Roma and the reverse a galloping horse.

Pyke, Edgar William

Gaul.

Silver coin from Gaul (modern day France) minted by the Gallic Aedui people. The image on the obverse shows the helmeted head of Roma and the reverse a horse.

Pyke, Edgar William

Greece.

Bronze coin from Greece showing on the obverse the helmeted head of Athena and on the reverse Pan erecting a trophy. The coin was minted during the time of Antigonus II Gonatas.

Pyke, Edgar William

Handkerchief.

File consists of one white handkerchief with pink borders. The handkerchief is inscribed "From Grandpa 1891."

Rieder and Anthes family

Haversack.

A haversack that belonged to Cameron Hill during the Second World War containing a mess tin and a drawstring bag filled with his personal possessions. The haversack was possibly part of the kit issued to Cameron Hill by the Royal Canadian Air Force or the replacement kit given to him by the Canadian Red Cross in 1942.

Hill, Cameron Clare

Hill, Cameron.

A portrait of Cameron Hill, possibly a proof, wearing his Royal Canadian Air Force uniform notably including an Officer's cap, an Observer's Wing badge, and a service medal ribbon for the Africa Star and the Canadian Volunteer Service Medal. Also includes a folding photograph holder intended to store two photographs.

Hill, Cameron Clare

Identification tags.

Two identification tags issued to Cameron Hill during the Second World War when he was held in custody as a prisoner of war at Stalag XVIIIC (317), a German prisoner of war camp located in Markt Pongau, Austria from September 27, 1943 to November 25, 1943.

Hill, Cameron Clare

Ireland.

Silver penny from Ireland showing on the obverse the head of Henry III in a triangle and on the reverse a long cross with three pellets in the angles.

Pyke, Edgar William

Ireland.

Copper halfcrown from Ireland showing on the obverse the head of James II and on the reverse a crown over crossed sceptres with the date 1689 Aug. This so-called gunmoney (called such because of the belief that it was made from melted down guns) was issued during the Williamite War in Ireland and was intended to be traded in for silver coinage after James II won the war (which he did not). The fiscal year was changed in March of 1689 and the August date on the coin indicates the date for redemption.

Pyke, Edgar William

Isle of Man.

Bronze farthing from the Isle of Man showing on the obverse the head of Queen Victoria and on the reverse the three-legged Manx triskelion.

Pyke, Edgar William

Italy.

Silver denarius from a military mint, possibly in Italy, showing on the obverse an elephant trampling a horned serpent over the word Caesar and on the reverse priestly implements. Stuck during the reign of Julius Caesar after his crossing of the Rubicon into Italy. This coin was possibly struck from the horde at the State treasury at the Temple of Saturn in Rome.

Pyke, Edgar William

Jewelry.

Jewelry kept by Montgomery. Includes one signet band bracelet engraved with F.K.M., one ID bracelet engraved with F.K. Montgomery 2-7-42, one signet ring engraved with F.M., and one pin from the arts faculty at the University of Western Ontario.

Knitting patterns and samples scrapbook.

One scrapbook with handwritten knitting patterns and samples. Patterns include a star quilt, edging, broad lace, lace for pillow cases, Grandma's lace, wristlets, lace insertions, crochet slippers, knitted block for a counterpane as well as an advertising leaflet for sewing silks.

La Rochelle.

Silver hardi from La Rochelle (France) showing on the obverse Edward the Black Prince and on the reverse a long cross with leopards and fleur de lis in the angles.

Pyke, Edgar William

Lace sample.

File consists of one piece of lace work, identified as having been created by Caroline Herlan, Marth Rieder's grandmother.

Rieder and Anthes family

Leading Aircraftman badges.

Three rank insignia badges for a Leading Aircraftman issued to Cameron Hill by the Royal Canadian Air Force during the Second World War.

Canada. Royal Canadian Air Force

Lighters.

Two metal lighters that belonged to Cameron Hill during the Second World War.

Hill, Cameron Clare

Lincoln.

Silver penny from Lincoln (England) showing on the obverse the head of Cnut and on the reverse a short cross.

Pyke, Edgar William

Lincoln.

Silver penny from Lincoln (England) showing on the obverse the head of Edward the Confessor and on the reverse an expanding cross.

Pyke, Edgar William

Lock of hair.

Contents: file consists of one lock of hair from Alice Riggs Hunt cut on her 2nd birthday. Accompanying documentation records her height and weight at the time and a note about the lock.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Lock of hair.

Contents: file consists of one lock of hair from Alice Riggs Hunt cut when she was 3 years 11 months old.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

London.

Silver light groat from London (England) showing on the obverse the head of Edward IV and on the reverse a long cross with three pellets in the angles.

Pyke, Edgar William

London.

Silver halfgroat from London (England) showing on the obverse the head of Henry V and the reverse a long cross with three pellets in the angles.

Pyke, Edgar William

London.

Silver penny from London (England) showing on the obverse the head of Aethelred II and on the reverse the hand of God.

Pyke, Edgar William

London.

Bronze coin from London (England) showing on the obverse the head of Carausius and on the reverse Pax walking holding branch and sceptre.

Pyke, Edgar William

London.

Silver shilling from London (England) showing on the obverse the bust of Charles I, the king of England, Scotland and Ireland. The reverse shows the British coat of arms.

Pyke, Edgar William

London.

SIlver groat from London (England) showing on the obverse the head of Mary and on the reverse cross fourch�e over quartered coat of arms,

Pyke, Edgar William

London.

Silver groat from London (England) showing on the obverse the head of Henry VII in profile and on the reverse a cross fourch�e over the arms of England/France. This is the first English coin to show a king's life like portrait.

Pyke, Edgar William

London.

Silver groat from London (England) showing on the obverse the head of Edward III and on the reverse a long cross with three pellets in the angles.

Pyke, Edgar William

London.

Bronze follis from London (England) showing on the obverse the bust of Constantine II and on the reverse an altar with the letters VOP IS XX.

Pyke, Edgar William

London.

Silver halfpenny from London (England) showing on the obverse the head of Richard II and on the reverse a long cross with three pellets in the angles.

Pyke, Edgar William

London.

Bronze follis from London (England) showing on the obverse the bust of Crispus and on the reverse a wreath surrounding the letters VOT X.

Pyke, Edgar William

London.

Bronze coin from London (England) showing on the obverse the head of Constantine I and on the reverse Sol holding a robe and raising right hand.

Pyke, Edgar William

London.

Silver halfcrown from London (England) showing on the obverse the head of Oliver Cromwell and on the reverse a quartered shield showing the arms of England Scotland and Ireland, surmounted by a large crown.

Pyke, Edgar William

Lucania.

Silver Nomos from Lucania (modern day Southern Italy) showing on the obverse Poseidon walking with a raised trident and on the reverse a bull standing left in circular incuse.

Pyke, Edgar William

Lydia.

Silver half stater from the Kingdom of Lydia, minted in Sardis during the reign of King Croesus. The obverse shows the facing foreparts of a lion and a bull and the reverse shows two incuse squares.

Pyke, Edgar William

Lyon.

Bronze coin from Lyons (France) showing on the obverse the head of Constantine I and on the reverse Sol standing.

Pyke, Edgar William

Lyon.

Silver denarius from Lyons (France) showing on the obverse the head of Augustus and on the reverse Gaius & Lucius standing front, each with a hand resting on a round shield.

Pyke, Edgar William

Macedon.

Electrotype coin from Macedon showing on the obverse the head of Herakles wearing the skin of the Nemean Lion and on the reverse Zeus seated holding an eagle. Original coin dates from the time of Alexander the Great.

Pyke, Edgar William

Macedon.

Silver tetradrachm from Pella (Greece) showing on the obverse the head of Zeus and on the reverse Phillip II on horseback with a janiform head under the forelegs of the horse.

Pyke, Edgar William

Massalia.

Silver tetrabol from Massalia (modern day Marseilles, France). Obverse shows a bust of Artemis and the reverse a lion prowling.

Pyke, Edgar William

Mauretania.

Silver drachma from Mauretania (modern day Northern Africa) showing on the obverse the head of Juba II and on the reverse a cornucopiae and sceptre.

Pyke, Edgar William

Medal bar brooch.

A medal bar brooch that belonged to Cameron Hill. The brooch was used to mount the five medals he was awarded for his service in the Royal Canadian Air Force during the Second World War to his uniform likely in swing mounted style.

Hill, Cameron Clare

Mess tin.

A mess tin that belonged to Cameron Hill during the Second World War. The mess tin was found inside Cameron's haversack and was possibly part of the kit issued to him by the Royal Canadian Air Force or the replacement kit given to him by the Canadian Red Cross.

Hill, Cameron Clare

Metapontum.

Electrotype stater from Metapontum (Italy) showing an ear of barley surrounded by the letters META. Reverse incuse of same.

Pyke, Edgar William

Mexico.

Silver eight reales from Spain (minted in Mexico) with a countermark bust of King George III in an oval in the centre of the head of Charles IV on the obverse. The reverse shows the Spanish coat of arms. These coins were issued by the British mint in response to a massive shortage of coinage and were valued at four shillings and ninepence.

Pyke, Edgar William

Milan.

Bronze coin from Milan (Italy) showing on the obverse the head of Aurelian and on the reverse Fortuna seated left on wheel, holding rudder and cornucopiae.

Pyke, Edgar William

Miletus.

Silver 1/12 stater from Miletus, Ionia (modern day Turkey). The obverse shows a lion head and the reverse an incuse sun motif.

Pyke, Edgar William

Money belt.

A money belt that belonged to Cameron Hill during the Second World War.

Hill, Cameron Clare

Mytilene.

Bronze coin from Mytilene, Lesbos showing possibly a bust of Sapphos on the obverse and a lyre with the letter MYTI on the reverse.

Pyke, Edgar William

Neapolis.

Silver hemidrachm from Neapolis (Ancient Macedon, modern day Greece) showing on the obverse the head of a gorgon with its tongue protruding, and the on the reverse the laureate head of a nymph.

Pyke, Edgar William

Neapolis.

Electrotype coins (one showing each side) from Neapolis (Italy). Shows the head of a nymph and a man faced bull.

Pyke, Edgar William

Nemausus.

Bronze Dupondius from Nemausus (Nice, France) showing on the obverse back-to-back heads of Agrippa and Augustus and on the reverse a crocodile chained to a palm tree.

Pyke, Edgar William

Newark.

Silver shilling from Newark (England) showing on the obverse a crown with C-R across the field and XII below and on the reverse OBS NEWARKE 1645 in three lines. This coin was minted as siege money during the English Civil War.

Pyke, Edgar William

Newcastle.

Silver penny from Newcastle (England) showing on the obverse the head of Edward I and on the reverse a long cross with three pellets in the angles.

Pyke, Edgar William

Northampton.

Silver penny from England showing on the obverse the head of Henry II and on the reverse a short cross with four pellets in the angles.

Pyke, Edgar William

Norwich.

Silver penny from Norwich (England) showing on the obverse the head of Stephen of Blois and on the reverse a cross moline. The coin is considered a Watord type due to the large hoard of this style of coin found in Watford.

Pyke, Edgar William

Norwich.

Silver penny from Norwich (England) showing on the obverse the head of Aethelred II and on the reverse a small cross.

Pyke, Edgar William

Norwich.

Silver penny from Norwich (England) showing on the obverse the head of Cnut and on the reverse a short cross with a broken annulet surrounding a pellet in each angle.

Pyke, Edgar William

Norwich.

Silver halfcrown from Norwich (England) showing on the obverse the head of William III and on the reverse four crowned shields.

Pyke, Edgar William

Norwich.

Copper farthing from Norwich, England showing on the obverse the words A NORWICH FARTHING in three lines across the field and on the reverse the coat of arms of Norwich. These private tokens were issued due to a lack of official coinage in the period following English Civil War.

Pyke, Edgar William

Norwich.

Silver penny from Norwich (England) showing on the obverse the head of Henry III and on the reverse a long cross with three pellets in the angles.

Pyke, Edgar William

Norwich.

Silver penny from Norwich (England) showing on the obverse the head of John and on the reverse a short cross with five pellets in the angles.

Pyke, Edgar William

Norwich.

Silver penny from Norwich (England) showing on the obverse the head of Henry II and on the reverse a short cross with crosslets in the angles. The name Tealby was given to these coins because of the hoard of over 5000 of these coins was discovered at Tealby, Lincolnshire in 1807.

Pyke, Edgar William

Norwich.

Silver penny from Norwich (England) showing on the obverse the head of Edward the Confessor and on the reverse a cross with arms that terminate in trefoils.

Pyke, Edgar William

Norwich.

Silver penny from Norwich (England) showing on the obverse the head of William I (also known as William the Bastard) and on the reverse a cross with the letters PAXS in circles in the angles.

Pyke, Edgar William

Norwich.

Silver penny from Norwich (England) showing on the obverse the head of Edward the Confessor and on the reverse a hammer cross.

Pyke, Edgar William

Norwich.

Silver groat from Norwich (England) showing on the obverse the head of Edward IV and on the reverse a long cross with three pellets in the angles.

Pyke, Edgar William

Norwich.

Silver penny from Norwich (England) showing on the obverse the head of Harold II and on the reverse PAX between horizontal lines.

Pyke, Edgar William

Norwich.

Silver sixpence from Norwich (England) showing on the obverse the head of William III and on the reverse four crowned shields.

Pyke, Edgar William

Oxford.

Silver sixpence from Oxford (England) showing on the obverse the characters relig : prot leg : and liber : par in three lines across the field along with the date 1643. The reverse shows the head of Charles I.

Pyke, Edgar William

Oxford.

Silver halfcrown from Oxford (England) showing on the obverse Charles I on a horse and on the reverse RELIG: PRO: LE / ANG: LIB: PAR in two lines across the field with the date 1644.

Pyke, Edgar William

Parthia.

Silver drachma from Parthia (modern day Iraq) showing on the obverse the head of Orodes II and on the reverse an archer holding a bow surrounded by the inscription �BASILEOS BASILEON MEGALOU ARSAKOU EPIPHANOUS� or �Of Great Arsaces, King of Kings, God Manifest.�

Pyke, Edgar William

Parthia.

Silver drachma from Parthia (modern day Iraq) showing on the obverse a portrait of Phraates IV and on the reverse an archer holding a bow surrounded by the inscription �BASILEOS BASILEON MEGALOU ARSAKOU EPIPHANOUS� or �Of Great Arsaces, King of Kings, God Manifest.�

Pyke, Edgar William

Parthia.

Silver drachma from Parthia (modern day Iraq) showing on the obverse a portrait of Mithradates II wearing a diadem with a long beard and on the reverse a seated archer surrounded by the inscription �BASILEOS BASILEON MEGALOU ARSAKOU EPIPHANOUS� or �Of Great Arsaces, King of Kings, God Manifest.�

Pyke, Edgar William

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