This is a wonderful 1891 trade card advertisement for a product called Rubifoam for teeth perfumed by Hoyt's German Cologne. It pictures a gorgeous smiling child leaning on a bunch of roses. The card reads "The most fragrant and lasting of all perfumes...use Rubifoam for teeth...deliciously flavoured." I gather from that description that this product was meant to cure bad breath. The reverse of the card features monthly calendars for the year 1891 and on the front says copyrighted 1891. The card is in good condition with slight wear on one edge.
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