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Hinged lid opens open up to reveal four canisters, six square compartments with various bottles, one larger compartment containing glass scales, and two lidded slim rectangular compartments one containing a long tin tube. These lids when removed reveal a secret opening mechanism for a sliding side panel to both sides of the box. When lifted, these panels reveal five slots each containing bottles and three drawers, the top two containing various tools and what appear to be handwritten prescriptions (or notes of guidance relating to the contents of the box); the bottom drawer runs the width of the box, and can be accessed for the identical drawer on the opposite side.
The lockable front and back doors reveal two shelves, each with six compartments and various bottles (some with contents).
The Medicine cabinet has working locks and taselled keys.