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A German military dentist pulls a tooth from an agonised soldier. Reproduction of a lithograph by J. Braakensiek, 1892.

  • Braakensiek, Joh. (Johan Coenraad), 1858-1940.
Date
30 October 1892
Reference
17692i
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Description

The dentist may be Bismarck

Publication/Creation

Amsterdam : Amst. Boek- en Steendrukkerij, v/h. Ellerman, Harms & co., 30 October 1892.

Physical description

1 process print : reproduction of a lithograph ; image 37.5 x 26 cm

Lettering

Het nieuwe Duitsche legerwetsontwerp. Joh Braakensiek ...

Lettering note

A third of the lettering has been torn away. The remainder: ... Ja Michel, dien kies moet je missen, al is't een kokkert. 't Zal je goed doen, vrind! En ... wat minder pijpjes en wat minder potjes bier. ... Privi. Jongens, wat zit die kies vast! 't Is op uw verantwoording, of de patiënt het uithoudt.

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 17692i

Languages

  • Dutch


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