New York: 1895. Staplebound. 17 x 12 cm. 20 pages. Advertising pamphlet for Brandreth's Pills featuring cartoons, riddles, tales and puzzles. Benjamin Brandreth (1809-1880) - an innovative marketer using mass advertising to build brand awareness for his "purifying" pills. The prevailing sentiment at the time was that the cleansing of...
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Northamptonshire: Thorsons Publishers Limited, 1972. Paperback. 64 pages. 17 x 11 cm. A brief history of herbs and their uses from the Dark Ages, through the Middle Ages, to modern times. Contains discourse on many individual herbs and their uses, including culinary and medicinal applications. Covers rubbed.
Philadelphia: The Barker, Moore & Mien Medicine Co., Inc., 1902. Staplebound. 32 pages. A collection of testimonials, illustrations, recipes, along with the 1902 Almanac. Barker's Nerve and Bone Liniment was established in 1859 to promote their patent medicine which was sold as a cure-all for both "Man & Beast". Heavily chipped and toned.