Scott's Emulsion

Scott's Emulsion
This card depicts a blonde-haired little girl, dressed in a white lace nightgown with a large pink bow on one shoulder, reclining on her side with her arms around three small kittens while a small dog looks on from behind. "Scott's Emulsion" is written on one of the pillows. At the bottom is "La Nichee (The Nest)" and "Copyright, 1887, by Scott and Browne N.Y." On the bottom left in tiny print is "G. H. Buek and Co., Lith., N.Y." The reverse of the card has the title "The Little Pets" and tells of the beautiful little girl and how her health could speedily change. Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with the Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda eradicates diseases of every kind and restores health and vigor. Sold by all druggists. creator: G. H. Buek and Co., Lith., N.Y.
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12cm x 9cm
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