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"Come Out of the Dark" incandescent light bulb advertising sign for Wise Electric Cooperative of Texas, late 1930s

Urban Remains Chicago :: original late american folk art hand-crafted painted metal "tipped" incandescent light bulb promotional advertising sign - American Folk Art & Trade Signs

vintage dental chair

The first "real" dentistry chair. Made from a spinning wheel and a Windsor style chair (you can see the fringe on it.pretty :)) by John Greenwood (George Washington's dentist). The chair has a foot powered drill and a headboard.

french denture minder  Ruspini dentures and denture holder, c 1795. www.dentalcapecod.com www.facebook.com/DAOCC Tweet: @Dental Associates of Cape Cod

french denture minder Ruspini dentures and denture holder, c A denture holder fit for a king!

unusual early 20th century single-sided stationary store exterior hand-painted

american folk art single-sided stationary store "ink all brands" exterior hanging trade sign comprised of tin metal. the crudely designed, oversized trade sign takes the shape of a inkwell or pot with a collared ring top.

Even dentists can be rockstars!

Designed from the ground up for teens, DFT - Dentistry for Teens - features a technology counter for MAC browsing, smoothies, online music and game play. Props from My Studio Line create the movie theater like cloud above the counter. There's a bank of Vi

#Oral #Hygiene was practiced by the Sumerians of 3000 BCE, and elaborately decorated gold toothpicks found in the excavations at Ur in Mesopotamia suggest an interest in the cleanliness of the mouth. Mesopotamians wrote on the siwak, another version of the basic tooth stick which were made from porcupine quills, bird feathers or wooden thorns

The History behind the Invention of Electric Toothbrushes - Electric Toothbrush Pro

Dental impression tray, France, 1830-1850

This bronze dental impression tray was used to take molds of the mouth. It was used in France during the This is much more elaborate than the impression trays used today.

excellent late 19th/early 20thC sheet iron meat market pig form trade sign in orig paint lettered "Smoked Sausage" from a NH home - 19" long x 10" tall

excellent late sheet iron meat market pig form trade sign in orig paint lettered "Smoked Sausage" from a NH home - long x tall

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