A marble vase placed on a pedestal on top of a sarcophagus; and two other vases. Etching by G.B. Piranesi, ca. 1770.
A man being shot in the mouth by two little demons; representing the start of toothache. Wood engraving by G. Cruikshank(?) after H. Mayhew.
The British Museum: the incunabula room of the library, with readers. Engraving by Radclyffe after I. Jewitt.
Men engaged in the grinding of razor blades, the grinding wheels belt driven from overhead shafts. Wood engraving by M. Jackson, 1866, after J. Palmer, 1865.
Unveiling of a statue to Marie-Francois-Xavier Bichat. Wood engraving by Jayer after E. Riou and Beranger [?].
A monthly nurse, who looks after a mother and a newborn baby for the first month after the birth. Wood engraving by Orrin Smith, ca. 1840, after Kenny Meadows.
A wealthy and well-dressed doctor; suggesting he has a large number of patients. Wood engraving by J. Orrin Smith after J.K. Meadows, 1840.