Drug advertising ephemera. Box 10.

  • Ephemera

About this work


Box file containing items of ephemera in acid free sleeves. Includes: Alexander's Health Tonic Pills (1890s?), Allen & Hanburys' Food (invalids, aged, convalescence, 1898), Allen & Hanburys' Infants Food (1893), Allen & Hanburys' Malted Farinaceous Food for infants, Bynol (cod liver oil and malt tonic), Capriton tablets (common cold, 1966), Choledyl (bronchitis, asthma, 1966), Cresolene (whooping cough, 1891), Dequadin (mouth & throat infections), Guanimycin (diarrhoea), Hazol (nasal decongestion), Penicillin Chewing Gum (1949), Piriton (hay fever), Sednine (cough), Triptafen-DA (depression, anxiety, 1966), Softab (contact lens disinfectant), Corangil (angina pectoris), Salvitae (acidosis, colds, influenza, intestinal toxemia, rheumatism, gout, lithaemia, faulty metabolism, toxemias of pregnancy), Ames reagents (urine tests), Clinitest, Clinistix (reagent strips for diabetes), Labstix (urine tests), Bili-Labstix, Urobilistix, Acetest, Ketostix (reagent strips for urine tests), Ammen's cough syrup (cough, colds, croup, sore throat, whooping cough), Andrews Liver Salt (playing card, song sheet : dyspepsia), Sagradol (laxative emulsion : constipation, Angier Chemical Company), Angier's Emulsion, Angiers Supavite, Angiers Junior Aspirin.

Physical description

1 box ; 34 x 33 cm.


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