The shop of a tooth-drawer, barber, apothecary and blood-letter called "Dickey Gossip", with a song about him. Process print, 1931, after an etching, 1795.
- 8 August 1931
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Inside the shop a man is extracting a tooth. In the street outside, a man reaches out to hold the arm of a woman. The shop bears a sign which reads: "Gossip. Barber dentist bleeder &c, teeth drawn and other's put in NB drugs and medicines of the best sort. Corns cured. Cloaths made & repai[re]d." Another shop in the background also has a sign: "Gossip carpenter"
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