A juror protesting that the subject of a coroner's inquest is alive; showing the danger of blind faith in doctors. Coloured aquatint by F, 1826.
The antique statue of Laocoön: Lord Melbourne as Laocoön, Lord John Russell and Thomas Spring-Rice as the two sons, entwined by two serpents with the faces of Lords Brougham and Lyndhurst. Coloured lithograph by H.B. (John Doyle), 1838.
A quack and a clown on stage presenting their wares to a hostile audience; referring to various politicians reactions to the replacement of the fixed duty on corn. Coloured lithograph by J. Doyle, 1841.
A turquoise background bearing the white lettering: "L'AIDS e i bambini: un tema che concerne il medico e i genitori." [AIDS and children: a subject that concerns the doctor and parents]; an advertisement by the Swiss Physicians [FMH] and Swiss Federal Office of Public Health [UFSP]. Colour lithograph.
The body of a standing man with his trunk dissected to reveal the ribs and viscera. Coloured lithograph by William Fairland, 1869.
A quack doctor, represented as a wolf in hat and cloak, selling pills to a group of country folk. Watercolour.
A finely dressed woman is followed by a man holding a parasol, a child and a maid (?). Colour woodcut, 18--.
A woman runs to give a toy windmill to an infant being carried by another woman. Colour woodcut, 18--.
Gebel Moya (Jebel Moya), Sudan: a grave showing a skeleton during excavation, before its removal. Photograph, 19--.
A group of children sit around a table reading a newspaper which is spread out over the table as another child runs to greet the woman who is coming in through the door. Process print after Alexander H. Burr.
A man driving a cart pulled by two oxen; in the left foreground a woman picks fleas from a boy's head. Watercolour painting.
Edinburgh, Greyfriars churchyard: the tomb of James Borthwick of Stow, carved with a skeleton and surgical instruments. Photograph, 19--.
Hamlet in the London Church Yard. 'Why may not imagination trace the remains of an Alderman, till we find them poisoning his Ward?'
Print by Thomas Rowlandson; no title. Two men: one has his mouth open; the other is holding a decanter.
A smartly dressed woman examining the head of a military man. Coloured etching attributed to W. Heath, ca 1830.
Devils besiege a man's head; symbolising headache. Lithograph by C. Ramelet after H. Daumier, c. 1833.