VICTORIAN COUGH LOZENGES
&
MIXTURES FOR COLDS & WEAK CHESTS
VICTORIAN ADVERTISING
By
Jennifer Carnell

Keating's Cough Lozenges
Thomas Keating, Chemist.
A magazine advert published in 1860.

Pectorine, manufactured by Smith & Clarke.
A magazine advert from 1876.

Crosby's Balsamic Cough Elixir, manufactured by James M. Crosby, Chemist.
A magazine advert from 1876.

Keating's Cough Lozenges
An advert published in a paperback novel published by the Hansom Cab Company c. 1888. For more adverts for Keating click here:

Dr. Powel's Balsamic Lozenges
'For coughs, asthmatic, bronchial and consumptive complaints.'
Made by H. Lamplough.

An advert from a yellowback novel published by Routledge, circa 1884.

Beecham's Cough Pills.
An advert from a yellowback novel, circa 1890.

'Don't cough, use Keating's Lozenges'.
An advert published in 1895.

Geraudel's Pastille's
An advert from 1899.

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