Drug advertising ephemera. Box 1.

  • Ephemera

About this work


Box file containing items of ephemera in acid free sleeves. Includes: Dr. Abbey's Great Specific for Skin Diseases (1880s?), Abbott Laboratories Ltd.'s Butyn (local anaesthetic), Calcidrine (coughs), Erythrocin (antibiotic, 1961 : hairstyles through history), Iberol (amaemia), Murine (eye drops), Nembudeine (antipyretic analgesic), Nembutal, Ephydrine (hay fever, bronchospasm, asthma), Nembu-Donnal (Nembutal and belladonna : sedative, spasm), Selsun (seborrhoeic dermatitis or dandruff), Zilatone (constipation, gall stones, gall bladder and bile duct infections), Acrosyl (antiseptic, disinfectant), Dragée Adrian (tumours, 1930), Acétylarsan, Novarsenobenzol Billon, Cardyl (syphilis, 1930), Albertistine (pulmonary diseases, rheumatic diseases, haemorrhoids), Alkagen (antacid, carminative for indigestion and dyspepsia), Allenburys' Beef Juice (anaemia, debility, digestive disorders, wasting diseases).

Physical description

1 box ; 34 x 33 cm.


Where to find it

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