Bottle of tetanus vaccine, Germany, 1911-1915
This tetanus antitoxin is given to people in order to counteract the bacteria that cause tetanus. It was manufactured in Dresden, Germany. The name of the manufacturer is Sächsisches Serumwerk GmbH, which translates from the German as “Saxony Serum Works”.
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