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A customer asking for a Christmas box from a dentist that he regularly visits, the dentist retorts he can have a tooth pulled for free. Wood engraving after [L.S.].

Sambourne, Linley, 1844-1910.

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Dialogue includes: Itinerant vendor. "Gie us a Christmas-box, guvnor! I allus has my teeth drawed 'ere." Practitioner. "All right, my man! Step inside, and I'll take one out for nothing." [Itinerant vendor does not seem to see the pull of it]"

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[London]

Physical description

1 print : wood engraving

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 15643i

Language

  • English


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