WW2 Era British Pharmaceutical Home Front Carters Little Liver Pills

WW2 Era British Pharmaceutical Home Front Carters Little Liver Pills

Code: 12957

£22.00 Approx $26.99, €25.61, £22
(1 in stock)
 
For sale is an original WW2 Period British Pharmaceutical Home Front Collectable that dates from the 1930s to early 1940s. This period pharmaceutical collectable is a Carters Little Liver Pills Box, instructions of use Leaflet and pill tube (no pills present. 
 
Carter's trademark was a black crow. By 1880 the business was incorporated as Carter Products. The pills were touted to cure headache, constipation, dyspepsia, and biliousness. In the late 19th century, they were marketed in the UK by American businessman John Morgan Richards. Carter's Little Liver Pills predated the other available forms of bisacodyl and was a very popular and heavily advertised patent medicine up until the 1960s. This is an original issue from the 1930s to 1940s.
 
This Carters Little Liver Pills Packaging, instructions and tub with label is in condition, the card packaging is missing the two end tabs. Being in good condition  overall makes it perfect for a 1930s to 1940s British wartime home front and military Pharmaceutical and medical displays, reinactors and collectors! This is guaranteed an original 1930s to 1940s British home front collectable! 
 
This will be sent via Royal Mail 1st class signed for and dispatched within 2 working days. This will be sent as a small parcel as it needs to be padded with extra protection to survive the post! Please check my eBay for more great British wartime home front collectables! Also happy to do deals on multiple orders!