Electric Nerve Pencil! [inscribed]
- Electric Nerve Pencil! [inscribed]
- Date Created
- Place of Origin
- Lowell (Mass.)
Patent Medicine Trade Cards
History and Special Collections for the Sciences Collection
Original trade card forms part of: Collection no. 311, History & Special Collections for the Sciences, Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library, UCLA.
Front of card depitcs a girl holding her dress with her right hand and looking down at a dog. She seems to be pointing away from her with her left arm as if telling the dog to go away. There's a ship in the distant background.
Back of the card advertises the electric nerve pencil as a fast cure to every kind of severe nerve pain. It has an image of what seems to be an electric device. It also gives detailed accounts of people that have used it and how it's relieved their pains. They all claim that it's extremely effective.
- 1 print (trade card)
- 11 x 7.9 cm.
- trade cards
Electric Stimulation Therapy--instrumentation--Advertisements
Pain--prevention & control--Advertisements.
Electronic apparatus & appliances
- United States
- Resource type
- still image
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- public domain