He engraved portraits for frontispieces of books, including portraits of Charles I, Charles II, William III, Queen Mary II, Rev. John Carter (Minister of Bramford, 1644), James Ussher (1656), and Rev. Samuel Clarke (1675). 
He also engraved views of Basing House, Clarendon House, London's Custom House, and St Marie Ouers in Southwark (Southwark Cathedral). His works are etched and sometimes finished with the burin in the style of Wenceslaus Hollar. A few of his works are drawings, including a view of the Bethlehem Hospital. The British Museum holds many of his works.
- Cust 1888, p. 221.
- British Museum object description Portrait of King William III, registration number Y,1.6.
- British Museum object description Portrait of Mary II, registration number 2006,U.717.
- British Museum object description Mr John Carter. Magister Johannes..., registration number P,1.147.
- British Museum object description Dr James Usher, registration number 1870,0514.328.
- British Museum object description Portrait of Samuel Clarke, ..., registration number 1868,0328.786.
- British Museum object description Clarendon House at St James's, registration number 1978,U.3552.
- British Museum object description The Custom House, registration number 1947,0730.1.
- British Museum object description St Marie Ouers in Southwark, registration number 1880,1113.5271.
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- This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Cust, Lionel Henry (1888). "Dunstall, John". In Stephen, Leslie. Dictionary of National Biography 16. London: Smith, Elder & Co. p. 222. This entry cites the following works:
- Huber et Roost's Manuel des Curieux et des Amateurs de l'Art, volume ix
- Lowndes's Bibl. Man
- Catalogue of the Sutherland Collection
- Redgrave's Dictionary of Artists
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