Coricidin © Demilets™ pharmaceutical playing cards, on the attack against the cold bug, published by Schering Corporation, 1967.
The four aces depict cold sufferers, the patients to whom the physician “king” with stethoscope, the nurse “queen” and pharmacist “jack” with pestle and mortar are all dedicated...
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Above: Coricidin © Demilets™ pharmaceutical playing cards manufactured by the United States Playing Card Co. for Schering Corporation, 1967.
52 cards + 2 jokers + leaflet in special box . Bridge size: 89mm x 58mm. The reverse features rows of pills with the “Schering” name and logo on them.
The joker (right) depicts the cold bug being chased out of the picture by the big ‘C’ symbol of Coricidin. Images courtesy Rex Pitts.
Above: Spanish pharmaceutical deck for Schering-Plough Laboratories, 1996. Courtesy Alberto Pérez González.