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Kinsel's Tasteless Cod Liver Oil Compound

Date: 1900 - 1930 | Identifier: LL02.
Ecru colored ink blotter featuring Kinsel's Tasteless Cod Liver Oil Compound prepared only by G.A. Kinsel, Ph.G., Allegheny City, Pa. This product is: "prepared with pure cod liver oil active principles and all combined" and is: "pleasant, palatable, harmless under prolonged use, easily digested and does not cause nausea or eructation". There is some red writing across the top and bottom of the card that states: "Vitogen, the Ideal Antiseptic! 25c. per oz. Put up in two and four oz. perforated strew top bottles" and "The G.F. Harvey Co., Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers of this Compound." There is some writing on the right side of the card. The reverse of the card is blank. A yellow card is stapled to the ecru card using two staples on the left side. Both sides of the yellow blotter card show heavy use, especially the reverse side. more...