• Four school children sitting in class with the words 'A','I','D','S' spelt out in the shape of a clock; an advertisement for World AIDS Day, 1st December 1993 by the UNESCO Programme of Education for the Prevention of AIDS. Colour lithograph D. Roger and A. Jonquieres.
  • A hairy green male stamen heading from the right towards a deep red rose in full bloom representing 'Love Question No 345', which asks how crazy are you if your summer passion is unprotected; one of a series of safe sex AIDS prevention advertisements by Folkhälsoinstitutet, RFSU and RFSL. Colour lithograph by Garbergs, ca. 1995.
  • Wilson Fox. Lithograph.
  • Blood donation to save life. Colour lithograph by H. Fabigan, 195- (?) for the Österreichisches Rotes Kreuz.
  • The Physic Garden, Chelsea: a view showing the pair of cedar trees, and the statue of Sloane in the centre of the garden. Lithograph by H. Warren after J. Fuge.
  • The side profile of the face of Gladys, a black woman with red lips with speech bubbles containing a conversation with Steve about the use of condoms; advertisement for safe sex by the N.I.A.D. (Nederlands Instituut voor Alcohol en Drugs). Colour lithograph by Laren, Tadberg Design.
  • James David Forbes. Lithograph by W. H. Townsend.
  • A condom with a message in English and Chinese about safe sex and the risk of AIDS; an AIDS prevention advertisement by the Training and Health Education Department, Ministry of Health in Singapore. Colour lithograph, 1993.
  • Sir Richard Owen. Lithograph by A. Orton after E. C. Rye.
  • Two women run towards a transit goods van to greet the driver who has avoided AIDS to be home with his wife (coloured version); an AIDS prevention advertisement by the AIDS Control Programme, Ministry of Health, Uganda. Lithograph, ca. 1995.