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Item:392727190156Pair of Antique Poster Broadside Advertisement, View of Ascutney Mountain Taken from High Bridge at Claremont, N.H., and Green Mountain Boys Gathering Materials for Paine's Celebrated Green Mountain Balm of Gilead and Cedar Plaster, along with associated trade card with an image of both posters in the background, circa 1868. Lithograph on paper, after artist Wallace A. King, printed by Forbes & Co Lithography, Boston. Advertisement broadside for Green Mountain Balm of Gilead and Cedar Plaster, sold by Windsor, Vermont druggist, M.K. Paine. These three items make a fantastic set. “Universally acknowledged to be the best Plaster ever known. Compounded from the choicest Gum Resins of the Green Mountain State. Consisting of Balm of Gilead, Cedar, Hemlock, Spruce, Fir &c, so combined as to produce a healthy Counter-irritant by dissipating Soreness and extracting the coagulated poisonous impurities of the system. It is unequaled in removing pain, internal inflammation, curing lameness, cramp, pains in the side, rheumatism, weak and lame backs, old sores, boils, corns freezes, fresh wounds, burns and scalds, cracked hands, and occasional sores of most kinds. Its medicinal properties and remedial action are immeasurably greater than those of any other Plaster in use. No family should be without it. The price has been placed within the reach of all." Unframed - excellent condition with some minor foxing, discoloration, and slight soiling throughout. Corners are slightly bent. Some minor creases. See images for details and contact seller with specific condition questions. Dimensions: 19 9/16" x 14 13/16" - 19 5/8" x 15 5/8" tradecard: 3" x 4 1/2"Year:1868, Date Range:1800-1899, US State:New Hampshire, Country/Region:United States of America
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Antique Poster Advertisements, Ascutney Mountain and Balm of Gilead, circa 1868