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Rubifoam for the Teeth

Date: 1870 - 1890 | Identifier: LL02.
The front of this card depicts a young girl wearing a brown dress and white lace collar, holding in her left hand a bottle of Rubifoam for the Teeth. She is framed within a archway with a lovely spray of pink roses and blue and white flowers displaying at the bottom of the card. The words "Rubifoam For the Teeth, 25 cents a bottle" display at the top and down at the bottom it says "Put up by E.W. Hoyt and Co., Proprietors of Hoyt's German Cologne, Lowell, Mass., USA". The reverse of the card states "Rubifoam for the Teeth, Deliciously Flavored. A Perfect Liquid Dentifrice. Cleanses, Preserves and Beautifies the teeth. Heals and hardens the gums. Leaves a refreshing coolness in the mouth. Imparts a delightful fragrance to the breath. Beautifully put up. Modest in price. Convenient to use. Large bottles, 25 cents. Sold by druggists. Refuse substitutes." Rubifoam is prepared and guaranteed by E.W. Hoyt and Co., Lowell, Mass., USA. more...