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Tin of 'Allenburys' throat pastilles, London, England, 1920-

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Made from ammonia bromide and menthol (a peppermint-scented natural oil used to clear congestion in the nose and as a pain reliever), one lozenge or pastille was sucked every so often to cure a sore throat. The name ‘Allenbury’ was a combination of Allen and Hanburys, who made this treatment. Allen and Hanburys were a pharmaceutical manufacturer founded in 1715 which later amalgamated with industry giant Glaxo. maker: Allen and Hanbury Limited Place made: London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom


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