NOTES: This is the 6th M&P in the Schering Series. The pestle does belong to this mortar and it is marked with the name Coricidin. This M&P was also made in a ceramic version with a wooden pestle seen below. I believe it was made by McCoy. In addition, this M&P was produced as a transister radio and 2 different sets of salt & pepper shakers (I believe made by McCoy also).
The green set of shakers is slightly different from the rest of the 1968 M&P items. The two differences are that the head is facing a different way and it says Coricidin on the bottom instead of Secundum Artem. Whether or not that is of any significance, I do not know.