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Pulvermacher's patent portable hydro-electric chain for personal use : (inventor and patentee- J.L. Pulvermacher) ... / Charles Meinig.

  • Meinig, Charles.
Date
1851
  • Ephemera
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Description

Leaflet advertising a bracelet which, "By means of this apparatus all acute nervous pains such as acute rheumatic pains of every description, and in all parts of the body, nervous head ache, tooth ache, ear ache, &c. are removed instantaneously the moment the chain is applied ... [by] a mild but continuous electric current ... gout ... sciatica, lumbago, tic-douloureux, hemorrhoides, spasm, congestion of the blood to head, chest and heart, female complaints, hysteria, liver complaints, paralytic and epileptic affections, &c. .. are cured ... by a continuous action of the chain on the body ... The chain decomposes unacidulated water and precipitates metals from their solutions". It includes two illustrations of it.

Publication/Creation

London : Charles Meinig, 1851.

Physical description

1 folded sheet (4 pages) : illustrations ; 23 cm

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Notes

Title from head of text.
References are dated 1851.
The leaflet was handed out at the Great Exhibition on October 8th 1851.
The chain was available from Meinig (manager) at his London depôts at 103 Leadenhall Street and 71 Quadrant, Regent Street.

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