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  • Leiden, the Netherlands: the anatomy theatre, interior of a church, town weighing establishment and portraits. Line engraving.
  • The Colosseum, Rome: a friar is preaching to a crowd of people. Etching by B. Pinelli, 1809.
  • The face of a woman against a black background bearing the red lettering: "Dass das Leben zu ende Sein kann, noch ehe es begonnen hat, mag für dich unvorstellebar Sein; für mich aber wird es ... zur realitä'; an advertisement for an Ecumenical service at the Protestant Episocopal Church in Bischofszell on Sunday, 29 August on the theme of: 'AIDS - a punishment from God? by Pastors H. Miller and M. Keller with representatives of AIDS-Hilfe Thurgau. Colour lithograph.
  • An episode in Tristram Shandy: Corporal Trim reading a sermon to Mr. Shandy, Uncle Toby, and Doctor Slop. Etching after L. Sterne.
  • A quack doctor and a dissenting parson selling their respective goods from a fairground booth. Coloured etching, 1795.