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2018/17/1-28 Vials of Bronkephrine (3) in box, glass / cardboard / metal, made by Winthrop Laboratories, Ermington, New South Wales, Australia, used by Dr Bruce C Terrey of Beecroft, New South Wales, Australia,1967. Click to enlarge.

Vials of Bronkephrine made by Winthrop Laboratories

Made
Two glass vessels containing Bronkephrine and a third glass vessel in two fragments inside a 'Winthrop' branded cardboard box.

Summary

Object No.

2018/17/1-28

Object Statement

Vials of Bronkephrine (3) in box, glass / cardboard / metal, made by Winthrop Laboratories, Ermington, New South Wales, Australia, used by Dr Bruce C Terrey of Beecroft, New South Wales, Australia,1967

Physical Description

Two glass vessels containing Bronkephrine and a third glass vessel in two fragments inside a 'Winthrop' branded cardboard box.

Marks

The front of the box features the text "CAUTION S4" and product information.

Dimensions

Height

55 mm

Width

48 mm

Depth

18 mm

History

Notes

Bronkephrine was used to relieve asthma and treat a range of heart related conditions.

Cite this Object

Harvard

Vials of Bronkephrine made by Winthrop Laboratories 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 27 September 2021, <https://ma.as/566000>

Wikipedia

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