Coneuro nerve sedative

Made:
1920-1960 in London

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1x4oz bottle, in box, of Coneuro nerve sedative, by C.J. Hewlett and Son, 1920-1960

Coneuro nerve sedative was marketed as a ‘nerve tonic’. It was to be taken three times daily with one or two teaspoons of water. It was made by C. J. Hewitt and Son in London. The product was typical of medical preparations sold ‘over the counter’ in chemists across the country.

Details

Category:
Materia Medica & Pharmacology
Object Number:
1987-688/17
Materials:
card, plastic
type:
medicinal tonic
credit:
Cox & Robinson (Chemists) Limited

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