Advertising trade card for Brown’s Iron Bitters (late 1800s)

$9.00 CAD

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Advertisement for Brown's Iron Bitters depicting a lovely young woman in a blue dress and pink hat. She is standing beside a very large bottle of Brown's Iron Bitters. Company was based in Baltimore Maryland.

Below the picture, it states that this tonic “Is a certain cure for…dyspepsia, malaria, fevers, loss of appetite, lack of energy, liver ailments, kidney ailments, and enriches the blood…”.

Trademark is in the upper left corner and the company name: Brown Chemical Co.

At one time it contained cocaine!

Dates from 1870-1890.

Printed by Burrow-Giles Lith. Co., N.Y.

Blank back.

4 ⅝" x 2 ⅞"