Trade card advertising the tasteless medicines of Dundas Dick & Co. featuring a wood-framed square that reads "Dundas Dick & Co.'s Compliments" surrounded by autumnal leaves and berries. The square is labelled "1776" and "1876" on the top and bottom, respectively. The back features a nineteenth-century calendar.
Trade card advertising Brown's Iron Bitters featuring a framed portrait of a woman's head. The glass of the frame is broken, revealing the woman's nose and mouth. She has brown hair that is in an updo and is wearing a brown dress and gold, hooped earrings. The back describes the disease malaria and how the Iron Bitters can help cure it.