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714 Medicine / Médecine Entires/Postal Stationery
Lot No Type Description Price
4621 ENT U.S.A. (1937) Inductotherm*. Postal card (O) with attached reply card and illustrated advertisement for the GE Inductotherm, which "plays an important part in alleviation of discomfort...by generating heat deep within the tissues. image (Image b)
AVAILABLE AT $40
13680 ENT image U.S.A. (1894) Seal of Medical Society of New York. Two cent postal stationery (O) with illustrated corner ad. Seal depicts Eagle. Indian. Man with rope of long watch chain.
AVAILABLE AT $40
13682 ENT image RUANDA URUNDI (1928) Hospital for blacks*. Illustrated postal card (N) of Belgian Congo overprinted for use in Ruanda-Urundi. Sepia photo of hospital in Lisala. Card #48 in series of 50. Slight corner crease.
AVAILABLE AT $60
13683 ENT image U.S.A. (1930) Boxes of hygienic crackers* and cereal*. One cent postal card with advertising. "Grants Hygienic Crackers."
AVAILABLE AT $15
16635 ENT image GERMANY (1930) Herzbad Rudowa*. Postal card (N) with perfin "DRUCKPROBE". Famous spa for cure of various ailments.
AVAILABLE AT $40
18664 ENT image U.S.A. (1896) Foot powder*. Postal card (O) with printed ad for Allen's Foot-Ease. Allen S. Olmsted of Le Roy, NY, "Proprietor of Mother Gray's Sweet Worm Powders."
AVAILABLE AT $30
18665 ENT image U.S.A. (1928) Hay fever test*. Postal card (O) with illustrated ad for hay fever test sets, showing various possible causes such as June grass, Rabbit bush, Pollen, etc.
AVAILABLE AT $25

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