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  • The sacrifice of the son of King Moab. Engraving by H.R. Cook after P.P. Rubens.
  • Chemistry: plan and section of two blast furnaces. Engraving by W. Lowry, 1804, after D. Mushett.
  • An alchemist stoking a furnace in a dimly lit room, as daylight shines through a window. Engraving by P-F. Basan after T. Wyck.
  • Textiles: tapestry dyeing, a vat in an interior with dyers at work (top), washing cloth in a river (below). Engraving by R. Benard after Radel.
  • Chemistry: various types of furnace. Engraving by J. Taylor.
  • Chemistry: plan, section and detail of a reverbatory furnace. Engraving by Mutlow, 1810, after J. Farey.
  • Chemistry: vertical section of a furnace used in evaporation. Engraving by Mutlow, 1810, after J. Farey.
  • Engineering: the Bessemer smelting furnace installed at Baxter House, St Pancras Road, London. Wood engraving, 1856.
  • An alchemist at his furnace, hunched over bellows. Colour etching by W. Baillie, 1792, after D. Teniers the younger.
  • Levante las defensas : Micoseptil, estimulante de las defensas orgánicas / Laboratorios Vieta-Plasencia, S.A.
  • Chemical engineering: detailed section of a blast furnace designed by William Strickland. Engraving by B. Tanner after W. Strickland.
  • Industry: a hot-air drying apparatus. Coloured process print.
  • A tea plantation in China with workers heating and drying tea leaves. Gouache painting with oxidization.
  • Textiles: tapestry dyeing, two boilers (top), washing (below). Engraving by R. Benard after Radel.
  • A design for a pharmacy label containing paraphernalia associated with that discipline. Engraving.
  • Chemistry: various types of furnace. Engraving by J. Taylor.
  • Textiles: tapestry dyeing, three vats in an interior (top), equipment (below). Engraving by R. Benard after Radel.
  • An alchemist holding tongs at his furnace. Etching by J. Wagner after D. Maggiotto.
  • Nine scenes showing tea cultivation and preparation on an Indian plantation. Engraving by T. Brown, c. 1850, after J. L. Williams.
  • An alchemist using bellows at a furnace in his laboratory. Etching by T. Major, 1750, after D. Teniers the younger.
  • Glass: vertical and horizontal sections of a furnace used in the manufacture of glass. Engraving by Mutlow, 1810, after J. Farey.
  • A chemist and his assistant as "puffers" heating a substance in a retort; representing a theatre critic who "puffs" the actor Joseph Holman at the bidding of his editor. Etching attributed to T. Rowlandson, ca. 1786.
  • An alchemist reading a book; his assistants stirring the crucible on the other side of the room. Engraving by P.F. Basan after D. Teniers the younger.
  • An infant blowing bellows into a furnace; allegory of the role of N. Lefevre in chemistry. Etching (portrait) after R.M. Pariset, and etching (border) by J-G. Blanchon after himself.
  • Chemical engineering: detailed plan of a blast furnace designed by William Strickland. Engraving by B. Tanner after W. Strickland.
  • Glass: the interior of a factory with men at work. Engraving by Mutlow, 1810, after J. Farey.
  • A chemical laboratory with four chemists; one looks into a furnace. Engraving.
  • A chemist's laboratory, with the apparatus numbered for a key. Engraving, 1748.
  • Textiles: tapestry dyeing, three workmen in a drying room (top), equipment (below). Engraving by R. Benard after Radel.
  • Interior of a pharmaceutical laboratory with people at work; the shop is visible through a doorway. Engraving, 1747.