1740 vintage engraving, allegory of books print workshop - Vintage Nostalgia
1740 vintage engraving, allegory of books print workshop

XVIII century engraving with allegory of print workshop with wooden press and movable character types

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German empire condition, caricatural leaflet, 1622 - Vintage Nostalgia
German empire condition, caricatural leaflet, 1622

Satirical flyer about German Empire situation during the Thirty Years War

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Peace of Muester allegory, after the Thirty Years War - Vintage Nostalgia
Peace of Muester allegory, after the Thirty Years War

Allegory of the Peace of Muester treaty at the end of the Thirty Years War

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caricatural flyer of the  Thirty Years War end, XVII century - Vintage Nostalgia
caricatural flyer of the Thirty Years War end, XVII century

Satirical flyer about the Thirty Years War end and the financing of the war

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Allegory of Louis XIV King of France, the Sun King - Vintage Nostalgia
Allegory of Louis XIV King of France, the Sun King

Allegorical glorification of Louis XIV king of France from 1643 until his death in 1715

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German urban life in early XVI century – Mercury - Vintage Nostalgia
German urban life in early XVI century – Mercury

Woodcut by Hans Sebald Beham (1500-1550), from “The successions of the weekdays”: under the astrologic sign of Mercury a set of scenes of urban life in those days (Wednesday). Although homicide was everything but unknown in those times, the man … Continued

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The plower from the Dance of Death , XV century - Vintage Nostalgia
The plower from the Dance of Death , XV century

XV century, Death as the plower, illustration inspired to Hans Holbein’s “Totentanz” (“La danse macabre”, a collection of 40 woodcuts): a deceivingly bucolic scene aggrieved by a Death-like figure wipping the horses.

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Woodcut, “The old man”, by Hans Lützelburger (?-1526) - Vintage Nostalgia
Woodcut, “The old man”, by Hans Lützelburger (?-1526)

XV century, Illustration by Hans Lützelburger inspired to Hans Holbein’s “Totentanz” (“La danse macabre”, a collection of 40 woodcuts): an old man walking hand in hand with Death, the friend who will free him from his pains.

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Flyer, “The seven heads of Martin Luther” - Vintage Nostalgia
Flyer, “The seven heads of Martin Luther”

The 7 heads of Martin Luther are captioned, left to right “Doctor, Martin, Luther, Ecclesiast, Vagabond, Pfister (Backer?), Barabbas”. The satire purportedly hiding behind these words looks rather cryptic.

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woodcut “Luther and Hus sharing the Sacrament” - Vintage Nostalgia
woodcut “Luther and Hus sharing the Sacrament”

Woodcut “Luther und Hus das Abendmahl erteilend”, by Lukas Cranach (1472-1533). The Hus mentioned in the title is most likely Jan Hus, a Czech priest and reformer who died 68 jears before Luther’s birth. Thus the illustration is definitely to … Continued

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Woodcut flyer from the Reformation Era - Vintage Nostalgia
Woodcut flyer from the Reformation Era

Woodcut flyer from the Protestant Reformation time (XV century) against the catholic practice of indulgence, as they were often distributed during the Reformation.

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Front cover illustration of a religious book from 1507 - Vintage Nostalgia
Front cover illustration of a religious book from 1507

Woodcut for a cover illustration from 1507. The caption reads: “‘Faksimile des Titels von Grünbeck ‘Eine neue ausslegung der seltsamen wunderzaichen’…” . The mentioned Grünbeck is possibly a misspelling of Grünpeck (Josef), a Bavarian humanist, physician, astrologer, historian and priest … Continued

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