This Victorian trading card features an illustration of a young girl with her arms folded and resting on a pedestal. She is wearing a ruffled shawl and ruffled bonnet with a large pink bow. The advertising on the card is for Horsford’s Acid Phosphate – a preparation for mental & physical exhaustion, dyspepsia, &c. Here is the back of the card. Click on images to enlarge.
Love the expression on the baby’s face. Do you think this stuff is still available – I could do with some! Thank you
Thank you so much for posting these free images, you have been an inspiration and lifesaver for me, so many images I have been looking for! Your are an angel xx
Sharon Fraser says
Thanks for scanning both sides of this lovely old trade cards. I love reading these about those old miracle cures.
Julie J says
🙂 Angela, I don’t know if they still make it.
Esther, I’m happy to know you’re enjoying the images.
Sharon, I enjoy reading the backs of these old cards too.