SML-235 Stimulose (women) and SML-235A Stimulose (men)
|reference numbers||SML-235: Stimalose
- Women (M)
SML-235A: Stimalose - Men (M)
SML-235B: Stimalose - Woman - Repron version
|dimensions||height = 4 1/4 inches|
|topics and series||Topics:
|private issue and/or limited edition & quantity||SML-235:
private issue for Irwin Neisler Drug Company 1,000 made
SML-235A: private issue for Neisler - quantity unknown
SML-235B: private issue - quantity unknown
|era first introduced.||Marblehead|
|auction notes||SML-235B (in Repron - synthetic wood) sold for $565 at the 2001 Midwest Fair auction.|
GENERAL INFORMATION. The Irwin Neisler Drug Company introduced a medicine with the name "Stimalose." The company advertised that just a few tablets would cure logginess caused by overheating or drinking too much. Baston portrayed a double bust of a depressed and a joyous person and produced 1,000 bronzed figurines for distribution by Neisler salesmen.
From Dr. Glenn Johnson's book, The Sebastian Miniature Collection.
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