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Boots the Chemist

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 Back lit by gas lamps, carboys of bright liquids were chemists’ symbols, The Book of Shops 1899.

The Market Bar has leased 16 Goosegate since 2001. As a listed building the old Boots front should be underneath. Jesse moved here in 1877 and soon expanded to Nos 18-20 next door, having the green cast-iron frontage built in 1882.

Introduction
Part of Hazle’s 2000 series that ended in 2005. This LP5 is on bisques found in 2008 and is all hand painted, with LP5 certificates but no Limited Edition numbers. Farm worker John Boot learned herbalism from his father and got the doctors’ monopoly on dispensing removed. Son Jesse took over in 1877 creating the chemist chain. Below is antique glass plus rose water and bath salts from the 1800s.

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Hazle Ceramics
Boots the Chemist
No 3 of Limited Painting of 5
on Nottingham

The green hue is from the top right Boots cast-iron frontage. The handpainted wndows differ from the blue “1950s” LE2000.

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 Original No 6 Goosegate today. John Boot opened here in 1849 and after his death in 1860 his wife Mary took over. Then aged 10, son Jesse helped in the store.

 Selection of products such as found in an 1800s apothecary or chemist.

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