Victorian Trade Card Ayers Ague Cure 1800's
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Victorian Trade Card Ayers Ague Cure 1800's This is a nice color Victorian Trade Card from the late 1800's. Nice colors of Blues, greens and browns. Shows a log cabin in the background with someone standing in the doorway. Small child in the yard and a gentleman in a small row boat in the water. Pink Flamingo in the picture also. In the lower right hand corner is a picture of a couple of frogs and one is offering a bottle of Ayer's Ague Cure to an alligator. On the front of the card it reads, Ayer's Ague Cure is warranted to cure fever & acue and all malarial disorders. Prepared by Dr J.C. Ayer & Co, Lowell, Mass. On the back it pictures a frog standing next to a bottle. The back is completely covered in small print the commending of the worth of Ayer's Ague Cure. This came from a scrap book dated 1880. In mint condition. Measures 4 5/8"" wide by 2 3/8"" tall.
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- late 1800's
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