As well as advertising his supplies for sea-bathing, he is promoting a new perfume branded 'Largo Bay Bouquet'. Cleverly named to apply to a range of coastal resorts in the area, this product no doubt went down well with Victorian summer visitors.
It was quite common in the late Victorian period for pharmacists to make their own perfumes. I wonder what this one was based upon and whether it would be popular today. It was available in three sizes. I wonder how ornate the bottles were and if there was any image on the label depicting local scenes. I wonder how long it was made for and whether any evidence of the product still exists.
If you have ever heard of this fragrance before or know more about it - please do comment.