Concept

Heraldry

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Images

  • St Bartholomew's Hospital, London: elevations and a plan of the courtyard, with armorial emblems of the hospital and of the dedicatee. Engraving after B. Cole.
  • A salesman in Rome with a snake selling amulets as antidotes or prophylactics against snake-bite to a crowd of people. Etching by B. Pinelli, 1821.
  • Textiles: four fabric samples mounted on a printed background. Wood engraving with colour fabric, 1809.
  • Textiles: four fabric samples mounted on a printed background. Wood engraving with applied fabric, 1814.
  • St Luke's Hospital, Cripplegate, London, with a map of Cripplegate Ward and the armorial device of John Blachford. Engraving by B. Cole, 1755.
  • Surgical instruments used, and operations successfully carried out, by an English travelling operator claiming royal patronage. Line engraving, 16--.
  • Anselmus de Boodt (Boetius), physician to Rudolph II, wearing a chain of office and a ruff, with an elaborate heraldic border. Line engraving by A. Sadeler.
  • An architectural loggia of Corinthian columns and pilasters with Adam and Eve. Engraving by P. Huys after L. van Noort, 1568.
  • Apothecaries' Hall: an ancient mortar, with details of its decoration. Engraving.
  • John Hope's armorial bookplate. Line engraving.

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