Drug advertising ephemera. Box 97.

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Box file containing items of ephemera in acid free sleeves. Includes: Westminster Laboratories Ltd.'s Magsilate (acetylsalicyclic therapy, 1949), West Pharmaceutical Company Ltd.'s Filon (appetite suppressant for obesity), Wheat Bitters Company's Wheat Bitters (for dyspepsia, malaria, fever, jaundice, insomnia, biliousness, constipation, delirium tremens, Parkinson disease, menstrual disorders), Whelpton's Vegetable Purifying Pills (analgesic, diseases of the chest, bowels, liver, head, chest), A.J. White's Mother Seigel's Syrup (dyspepsia, constipation, anaemia), Kno-Ska (eczema, skin disorders, piles), Mersel's Food (babies and invalids), Soothing Plaster, Shaker Soothing Plasters (backache), Whitehead & Hoag Co.'s Bovinine (anaemic sloughing ulcer - 1900), Wilcox, Jozeau & Co.'s Eupnine Vernade (asthma, bronchitis, emphysema) and Pautauberge's Solution (of creosote and hydrochloro-phosphate of lime for tuberculosis and broncho-pulmonary affections, 1903), Lysanthine (arthritis, rheumatism), Willard's Golden Seal Bitters (dyspepsia and indigestion), William R. Warner and Company's analgesics (1962), Agarol, Anusol, Diatrin, Tyrosolven, Gelusil, Urolucosil, Veracolate, Vince, Veganin (constipation, haemorrhoids, allergies, throat infectioons, peptic ulcers, influenza), Alka-Zane (gastric hyperacidity), Pholcolix (common cold : 1977).

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1 box ; 34 x 33 cm.


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