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martyn
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Wound tablets in a box

Fri Mar 16, 2007 10:13

This is on Ebay at the moment, I can't remember seeing Wound tablets in a cardboard box before.

Does anyone have any in their collection?
WOund Tablets in Box

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Alain
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Wound Tablets in Box

Sat Mar 17, 2007 09:57

Hi Martyn,
Thanks for letting us know - I am aware of late WW2 Sulfa products being packed in light cardboard boxes, such as the one manufactured by Burroughs Wellcome & Co (N.Y.) - I however had never seen this one (Davis Emergency Equipment Co, Inc, New Jersey) - though the red markings are almost identical to the Upjohn Co Wound Tablets wrapped in brown kraft paper . I would recommend, if you can, to try and get it !
Thanks for sharing this info with us ,
Alain :wink:

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Sat Mar 17, 2007 12:07

Hi Alain
I've asked if he would take PAYPAL from the UK. I'll keep you updated.
Glad I spotted it now.
All the best
Martyn

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Davis Wound Tablets

Tue Feb 17, 2009 07:21

This would be the correct wound tablets for a Davis brand M 1 roll jungle kit. They were probably used in other kits also.

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Wound Tablets in a Box

Tue Feb 17, 2009 07:31

I think the MSA M 1 Jungle kits may have had the wound tablets in a similar box with the MSA name on it. Not positive. Also the late war aluminum individual aeronautical first aid kits had two boxes of Schering Sulfadiazine wound tablets in boxes. The boxes contain only two 2 gram tablets each.

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