Advertisement for medications manufactured by Laboratoires Duhême. Card features a color illustration of Hippocrates seeing some patients in the temple. He is seated and is holding the Rod of Asclepius. A man is guiding a woman to him and an elderly woman with a cane is leaving the temple. An open book which contains testimonials of Morrhuëtine Jungken is at the bottom of the illustration. Center spread contains text that describes the ingredients, health benefiits, dosages, and prices of Sel D'Ewald (Ewald's Salt), Amylogènes La Chaiz, and Sirop Blant. There are also two black and white illustrations of flowers. Verso contains text that describes the ingredients, health benefiits, dosage, and price of Morrhuëtine Jungken, a "scientific substitute of cod liver oil." On top of verso are 4 illustrations of French coins. In between them is a wreath inside of which are the words "Hôpitaux de Paris."
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1 trade card : folded to 14 x 9 cm, opens to 14 x 19 cm