A small boy dressed as a sailor has come ashore and is giving a small girl a posy of flowers. Aquatint.
The funeral procession of Charles James Fox passing through Palace Yard in London. Aquatint, 1806.
Composite heads: a hatter, a cooper, a blacksmith and a joiner made of their respective instruments. Coloured aquatint, ca. 1800.
A Chinese man is bound to a pole, an arrow piercing his ear; a Chinese man holding a sign and a Chinese man smoking a pipe standing in front of him. Aquatint, ca. 1830.
Royal Naval Hospital, Greenwich, with ships and rowing boats in the foreground, seen from the Isle of Dogs. Coloured aquatint, 1799.
An elegantly dressed horsewoman approaching a fence, seen from behind. Coloured aquatint (?) by E.G. Hester after C.B. Burton, ca. 1870 (?).
The wife of the keeper of the burying ground near Valenciennes standing outside the gate of the cemetery. Coloured aquatint, 1817.
An anatomical dissection of the abdomen of a cadaver, seen in a foreshortened view. Aquatint by R. Perrette, 1904.
Two parents sitting around in the evening whilst their child sleeps in its cradle. Aquatint after Rembrandt van Rijn, 1644.
An interior of an affluent apothecary's shop - a wounded young man is being examined. Coloured aquatint, 1824.
An open tavern with large archway with drinks being brought to a table of diners and a lady alighting from her phaeton. Coloured aquatint, c. 1800.
Plum (Prunus species): fruiting branches with halved fruit. Colour aquatint by G. Pera, c. 1817, after F. Mori.
Bilston, England: men making steel in the melting shop of the British Steel steelworks. Aquatint by H.N. Eccleston
The dance of death: the antiquary's last will & testament. Coloured aquatint by T. Rowlandson, 1816.
A physician arguing with his wealthy patient who is bed, a visitor appears at the door. Aquatint by G. Dawe.
A young boy surrounded by horses is falling from the sky as Jupiter wearing a crown strikes from above. Aquatint with etching after A. Diepenbeck.
A crowd of people have gathered, some to watch a puppet show and others to play musical instruments. Coloured aquatint with etching by Havell & Son.
Men are felling trees in a forest and a man with a gun is overseeing them. Aquatint by Hubert Herkomer after himself.
Three women in a room are talking amongst themselves as another arranges the drapes on the bed. Aquatint by J. Höuel.
Monks lamenting the death of a man layed out in a coffin before them in a church. Coloured aquatint.
A prisoner sits on a chair in the middle of a crowded room as a woman nearby pleads with an official. Aquatint and etching by A. Riffaut after Ch. Muller.
A young woman has decided to leave home and her cases are waiting by the door as the young man points to her way out. Aquatint.
Monks carrying a corpse in a religious funeral procession, passers-by pay respect. Coloured aquatint.
A dentist looking in horror at the size of the tooth he has just extracted from his grimacing patient. Coloured aquatint.
Men sit and stand around a table raising their glasses in a toast, one man has fallen to the floor and is being helped. Aquatint.
Louisa Mabreé, a French midwife being executed in a cage full of cats above a fire. Coloured aquatint.
A Chinese man stands in his garden smoking a long-stemmed pipe. Coloured aquatint by T. & W. Daniell, c. 1810.
Bartholomew Fair, London: scene of night-time revelry at the fair in Smithfield, outside St Bartholomew's Hospital. Coloured aquatint by J. Bluck after Pugin and Rowlandson, 1808.
A tea plantation in China: workers prepare lead for tea containers. Coloured aquatint, early 19th century.
Young people are dancing on stilts to the music of the drum and the violin, a crowd has gathered to watch and listen. Aquatint.
Magdalen College, Oxford: entrance gate. Coloured aquatint by D. Havell, 1814, after A.C. Pugin.
Satire on false perspective: a landscape with absurd situations due to incorrect perspective. Aquatint by Le Coeur after W. Hogarth.
A woman is being forced to work a treadmill as another woman looks on and a man with a whip watches over. Coloured aquatint.
Men are gathering in small boats at the quay to sail out to the larger sailing ships moored further out. Aquatint.
Bilston, England: men making steel in the melting shop of the British Steel steelworks. Aquatint by H.N. Eccleston, 1981
Astronomy: interior of the Radcliffe Observatory, Oxford. Coloured aquatint by J. Bluck, 1813, after F. Mackenzie.