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  • A patient paying a dentist after having a tooth removed with gas. Reproduction of a drawing after L.P. Dowd, 1922.
  • A dentist giving John Bull a penny after extracting a tooth; representing the effects of income tax on Great Britain. Wood engraving, 1861.
  • A sailor running away from the ships dentist who is attempting to pull out one of his teeth. Wood engraving by L. Raven-Hill, 1898.
  • A dentist asks an old patient how long his tooth has been hurting him, the patient replies twenty years. Reproduction of a drawing after B. Thomas, 1931.
  • A dentist (Uncle Sam) about to extract a tooth from a patient (Kaiser Wilhem II); representing America's successful involvement in the First world war. Pen drawing by P. Forbes-Robertson, 1918.
  • A military dental surgery where soldiers have their teeth extracted extremely quickly, whilst others are waiting for their operations. Pen drawing by H. Bury.
  • A military dental surgery where soldiers have their teeth extracted extremely quickly, whilst others are waiting for their operations. Pen drawing by H. Bury.
  • A tooth-drawer in his establishment feeling the tooth of a bemused female patient, his assistant holds the pincers in readiness for extraction. Coloured etching by T. Rowlandson, 1823.
  • A short dentist (standing on a stool) extracting a tooth from an extremely tall lady who in her agony kicks over his work table. Coloured etching by G. Cruikshank, 1821, after A.E.
  • Dental extraction involving drilling and electrically-detonated explosives: eight vignettes. Pen drawing by R. Bull.
  • A Liberal dentist discussing politics and the merits of Gladstone to his patient (a Tory) while the latter is prevented from speaking. Wood engraving by F.H., 1892.
  • A dentist telling off his black assistant for not extracting a tooth, the assistant retorts that instead of the tooth he got the patients's watch and pocket book. Process print after G.E. Studdy.
  • A tooth-drawer extracting a tooth from a standing patient, who is being pick-pocketed by a woman. Line engraving after L. van Leyden, 1523.
  • A tooth-drawer extracting a tooth from a patient who is strapped to a chair in a dilapidated room, his worried wife looks on. Etching.
  • A dentist scaring a patient by telling how painful the drill he is going to use is. Reproduction of a drawing after A. Yeoman, 1940.
  • Dental extraction involving drilling and electrically-detonated explosives: eight vignettes. Pen drawing by R. Bull.
  • A reluctant girl sits down in the dentist's chair. Reproduction of a drawing by B. Thomas, 1920.
  • A dentist looking at a tooth of a very attractive female patient. Coloured lithograph.
  • A dentist being restrained in a chair, and terrified by a patient who is attempting to get his own back.Process print after H.M. Bateman, 1925.
  • A tooth-drawer in his practice extracting a tooth from a seated patient who is surrounded by friends and family holding candles. Engraving by D.J. Pound after G. van Honthorst.
  • A short dentist (standing on a stool) extracting a tooth from an extremely tall lady who in her agony kicks over his work table. Coloured etching by G. Cruikshank, 1821, after A.E.
  • A precocious child telling a dentist exactly what is wrong with her teeth. Process print after L. Baumer, 1936.
  • A dentist examining the teeth of a nervous patient, with extractor hidden behind his back. Color process print after A.R.
  • A troupe of travelling performers including a toothdrawer. Engraving by A. Paul after T. Rombouts.
  • A nervous elderly lady in a dental surgery clutching her bag and looking suspiciously at the dentist. Pen drawing by S. Wood.
  • A dentist asking a nervous patient would she like gas, she retorts no she doesn't want him poking around in the dark. Process print after T. Sarg.
  • A dentist recognizing a new patient from somewhere else, the patient (clutching her jaw) admits she works at the income tax office. Reproduction of a drawing by B. Thomas, 1921.
  • A troupe of travelling performers including a toothdrawer. Line engraving by M. Salvador Carmona, 1805, after T. Rombouts.
  • An anxious patient in a dentist's chair. Wood engraving after CTW, 1893.
  • A Persian dentist extracting a tooth from a squatting patient. Halftone.