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Advertisement for 'Empirin', Burroughs Wellcome, 1939
Advertisement for 'Empirin', Burroughs Wellcome, 1939

Illustrated advertisement from The Chemist and Druggist for 'Empirin' (acetylsalicylic acid), better known as 'aspirin'. Manufactured by Burroughs Wellcome, London. Hailed as 'A British weapon of precision', the advertisement appeared during the first months of World War II.

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Keywords: Burroughs Wellcome & Co; Medication; Drugs; Advertisements; Advertisement; Medicine; Aspirin

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