Fraser's Antiseptic Pastilles
For your consideration:
19th century Fraser's Antiseptic Pastilles bottle.
Factory was in Brooklyn.
One tablet was disolved in four tablespoonfuls of water, and one teaspoonful of glycerine added if the preferred delivery was with a nose atomizer.
This was used as a general mouthwash, and when gargled, it was considered a preventative during contagious epidemics.
Size: 9 inches tall
Condition: Embossed, original cork with a barely legible label.There are cracks in the base of the glass but does not affect stability.
Red velvet stand not included.