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  • A patient having his teeth drawn by a dentist. Etching.
  • A woman storming out to the dentist after having an argument with her husband; he retorts that he hopes her tongue is fixed also. Wood engraving by R. Cleaver, 1894.
  • A tooth-drawer using a cord to extract a tooth from an agonized patient. Coloured engraving, 1810, after J. Collier, 1773.
  • Jonathan Jay : humorous patter song / written, composed and sung by Clifford Grey.
  • A dentist and nurse tending a patient in a chair, a woman holding up a test tube filled with blood and three surgeons in green coats and face masks; a warning about the dangers of contaminated blood and transmission of the AIDS disease. Colour lithograph, ca. 1995.
  • Forty five different scenes telling the tale of a man with toothache, his various attempts at trying to cure himself and the final recourse to the dentist. Wood engraving by G. Cruikshank after H. Mayhew.
  • A tooth-drawer using a cord to extract a tooth from an agonized patient. Etching by J. Collier, 1773.
  • A tooth-drawer using a cord to extract a tooth from an agonized patient. Coloured engraving, 1810, after J. Collier, 1773.
  • A tooth-drawer examining the tooth of a child. Engraving by C. Lewis after G. Dou.
  • An interior of 'Marshalls', a famous dentist's shop near Berwick Street, Soho. Watercolour, 1789.
  • 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.
  • The search : N. Kayser, merchant tailor, 256 West 31st Street, near 8th Avenue New York.
  • A servant asking her employer's dentist to fill one of her teeth. Process print after T. Evans, 1929.
  • Jonathan Jay : humorous patter song / written, composed and sung by Clifford Grey.
  • An extremely detailed survey of the activities surrounding the building of the tower of Babel. Engraving, c. 1680.
  • Phrenological properties of drawing: colour, form, space, order. Etching by G. Cruikshank, 1826.