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  • With the compliments of Smith's Potato Crisps : mount the two jockeys on the two horses without bending, cutting, or in anyway mutilating the cards : it can be done - try it.
  • Phrenological diagrams of the skull and brain, with three portraits: Laurence Sterne, a mathematician, and Shakespeare; exemplifying the faculties of wit, number and imagination respectively. Engraving by H. Sawyer after W. Byam, 1818.
  • St Luke's Hospital, Cripplegate, London: the facade from the east. Engraving after T. H. Shepherd.
  • The blind school, Southwark. Coloured engraving by R. Acon, 1829, after T. H. Shepherd.
  • Directions : when giving a ball hold in hand before fire until soft ... / Francis Cupiss Limited.
  • A doctor out hunting: attacked by the hounds, having fallen from his horse. Coloured etching by J.H., 1842.
  • Rama fighting with his sons with the help of Hanuman over a horse sacrifice. Watercolour drawing.
  • A Jain horsegroom with his wife offering him a betel leaf. Gouache drawing.
  • Brick-making: a young woman is pulling a large wheelbarrow full of clay while a boy tips a barrow load into a pug-mill, to which a horse is attached by a yoke. Coloured aquatint with etching after W.H. Pyne, 1805.
  • Two men with horses in front of a classical monument decorated with the head of a horse on the pediment; horse-riders in the background. Engraving after J. de Solleysel, 17--.
  • Horse-blister ointment / prepared by Richard Hine.
  • A horse walking. Collotype after Eadweard Muybridge, 1887.
  • Three scenes illustrating the vanity of doctors. Lithograph by Béraud.
  • The good Samaritan tending to a wounded man while a priest and a Levite walk on by. Line engraving by T. Cook, 1809, after W. Hogarth.
  • A horse rearing and bucking. Collotype after Eadweard Muybridge, 1887.
  • A horse trotting. Collotype after Eadweard Muybridge, 1887.
  • A horse walking. Collotype after Eadweard Muybridge, 1887.
  • A man attempting to alert a deaf farmer using an ear trumpet as to the plight of his horses and cart. Coloured etching.
  • Queens hospital, Birmingham. Etching.
  • Cupiss' Grease Balls for horses / Francis Cupiss Ltd.
  • A galloping horse and rider. Collotype after Eadweard Muybridge, 1887.
  • A horse walking, pulling something. Collotype after Eadweard Muybridge, 1887.
  • A postcard illustrating a variety of good luck charms. Chromolithograph.
  • A most useful and important application : Bird's Botanic Essence, or Liquid Blister : for general lameness in horses... / W.L. Bird.
  • A horse-drawn military ambulance, c. 1850, with one patient being carried on a stretcher. Coloured pencil drawing.
  • A galloping horse and rider. Collotype after Eadweard Muybridge, 1887.
  • Study of a horse's front legs in motion: two figures. Lithograph by Sirouy after R. Bonheur, 1859.
  • Per post : Mr. John Yeldham, Box 1301, J., G.P.O., Sydney, Australia / from Francis Cupiss Ltd., The Wilderness, Diss.
  • Verstärktes Restitutions-Fluid für Pferde u. andere Haustiere.
  • A senior German army doctor being driven at speed in a horse-drawn carriage. Coloured lithograph, c. 1870.