Cosanyl

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Title

Cosanyl

Description

Parke Davis collectible ink blotter from the 1930s advertising Cosanyl, formerly known as syrup cocillana compound, for painful cough assocaited with scanty expectoration. The advertisement notes the compound's sedative, expectorant, and soothing properties, as well as its agreeable flavor and distinctive color. This narcotic-exempt preparation is supplied in 4-ounce, 1-pint, and 1-gallon bottles. Dosage is given and an ingredients list is provided. The blotter has the date January 1939 written on it. The Parke-Davis identifier is bl-6-6.

Date

Rights

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Format

Language

eng

Identifier

pdib-151-cosanyl

Extent

7 X 3.5 inches

Temporal Coverage

Original Format

Citation

Parke, Davis & Company, “Cosanyl,” American Institute of the History of Pharmacy Digital Collection, accessed December 6, 2022, https://aihp.omeka.net/items/show/534.