The card shows a picture of a lady with her two kids sleeping on the bed, the lady is reading an edvertisement on a newspaper, in the first page it is written on it the title of the card "Mrs.Winslow's soothing syrup for children teething" and there is a drawing of a syrup tube by the end of the 1st page on the newspaper. On the back of the card there is a picture of a calendar of the year of 1886, also there is a small paragraph in English which is translated to German and French.
The card shows a picture of a lady holding a baby sitting in a garden, next to her there is the baby bed. On the back of the card there is a picture of a calendar from May 1885 to May 1888, also there is a small paragraph in english which is translated to german and french.
Front of the card depicts a woman who is leaning on one hand, holding a bottle of the syrup and with the other hand, holding a nude, but seemingly happy infant while looking at the child compassionately with a smile. She is wearing a white robe over a red dress in an outdoor garden. Meant to indicate that syrup makes everyone’s life happy.
Front of the card shows a women in bed with her two children. She is holding an infant with one hand and reading a newspaper with other hand; the newspaper page says "Mrs. Winslow's soothing syrup for children teething," while her other child is leaning on her. A bottle of the syrup is on the night table.The back of the card contains a calendar and texts in English, French and German, but unfortunately the card is damaged and some parts of the card cannot be read, mainly the date on the card.