DentistDID YOU KNOW?
The electric chair was invented by a dentist.
In 1869 it was a dentist who first patented
chewing gum. Paul Revere, the American patriot
and Revolutionary War hero, practiced denistry
as a silversmith skilled in making dentures.
Three different mat colors are used to
enhance the artwork picturing a dentist's
office of yesteryear. The familiar "caduceus"
pin with a "D" on it is included along with the three cent
postage stamp honoring dentists and a First
Day Cover commemorating the 100th anniversary
of the American Dental Association (artwork and number of stamps on the envelope may vary). Both the stamp and envelope are dated September 14,
1959. The framed picture is 17 1/2 x 17 1/2
inches and is framed using solid oak moulding.
Our Price: $56.00