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1966 Contac cold medicine Ad "Best way to catch a cold"

Description: 1966 CONTAC COLD MEDICINE vintage magazine advertisement.

Size: The dimensions of the half-page advertisement are approximately 5.25 inches x 13.5 inches (13.25 cm x 34.25 cm).

Condition: This original vintage half-page advertisement is in Excellent Condition unless otherwise noted.

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Description: 1966 CONTAC COLD MEDICINE vintage magazine advertisement "Best way to catch a cold"

~ Best way to catch a cold ... catch it early - Contac can keep your nose out of trouble. All through your cold. - Because if you take Contac early enough, its good medicine can catch sneezes, sniffles and stuffiness before they really take over. - More than 600 tiny "time pills" in each Contac capsule do the job. They keep working to give you all day or all night relief. - Get Contac at your pharmacy. And take it early. Before your cold gets worse. - Menley & James Laboratories, Philadelphia ~

Size: The dimensions of the half-page advertisement are approximately 5.25 inches x 13.5 inches (13.25 cm x 34.25 cm).

Condition: This original vintage half-page advertisement is in Excellent Condition unless otherwise noted.

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1966 Contac cold medicine Ad "Best way to catch a cold"

1966 Contac cold medicine Ad "Best way to catch a cold"

Description: 1966 CONTAC COLD MEDICINE vintage magazine advertisement.

Size: The dimensions of the half-page advertisement are approximately 5.25 inches x 13.5 inches (13.25 cm x 34.25 cm).

Condition: This original vintage half-page advertisement is in Excellent Condition unless otherwise noted.

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