VICTORIAN TOOTHPASTE & DENTIFRICE
Victorian Advertising
By
Jennifer Carnell

John Gosnell & Co.'s Cherry Toothpaste.
A magazine advert published in 1869.
If you are interested in the history of John Gosnell, take a look at the website of Jules Gosnell:
http://www.gosnell.org.uk/JohnGosnell/index.html

Jewsbury & Brown's Oriental Tooth Paste
Ensures white and sound teeth.
A magazine advert from 1878.

Rowlands' Odonto
'Is the best tooth powder'
Made by A. Rowland & Sons.
An advert from a yellowback novel published by Routledge, circa 1884.

Beecham's Tooth Paste
Manufactured by Thomas Beecham.
An advert from a yellowback novel, circa 1890.

Dr. Ziemer's Alexandra Dentifrice
'Teeth made white as the driven snow'
An advert from a paperback novel published by Adam & Charles Black in 1890.

Jewsbury & Brown's Oriental Toothpaste.
A magazine published in 1891.

Floriline
For the teeth and breath
A magazine advert published in 1894

Dr. Pierre's Dentrifices
Hygienical preparations for the teeth, breath & gums
A magazine advert published in 1894.

Jewsbury and Brown's Oriental Tooth Paste
'Used in all countries for over 70 years.'
An advert from a magazine published in 1895.

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