Apothecary Images

Unique Framed Photography

Vintage Apothecary Photographs

Apothecary Images currently offers a selection of over 200 pharmacy, medical and dentistry prints ranging from 16 x 20 to 24 x 30 inches to any custom size. Colors, tones and contrasts remain crisp; so the images can be enlarged without compromising their quality. The images are sold framed complete with matting and plexi-glass or simply plaque-mounted.

Apothecary Image’s high quality products can be given as performance awards, graduation and retirement gifts or raffle prizes (golf tournaments and silent auctions) or simply used for display in hallways, offices or treatment/waiting/operating rooms and these beautiful framed prints make for unique holiday gifts. Custom photography is also available.

Take a step back in time with Apothecary Images.

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Pharmacy Glass

Shop this wonderful antique pharmacy glass collection of beautiful framed prints. Perfect gift for your favorite doctor or med-school student or to simply collect!

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The History of Apothecary Images

Our founder, Philip McCarthy, was a successful pharmaceutical specialty sales representative in Canada for over 30 years and began collecting pharmacy and medical antiquities with the assistance of pharmacists and physicians in the industry.

He hired professional photographers to create a collection of nostalgic and contemporary photographic art images which are today available for purchase at great prices. 

We invite you to view the collection and secure any number of high quality photographic prints for your home, favorite medical professional, family member or friend.  In addition our framed art prints are ideal as graduation gifts, incentive awards, retirement gifts, golf tournament prizes and fundraising events.

1880 Rx Collage - printed images
1880 Rx Collage - Print
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Only 10000 items in stock!

Back in the day, prescriptions were written on almost any type of paper from lined schooling paper to tissue paper!

This is for the PRINT ONLY.