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Blacksmith iron insignia, XVI century
Massive doorlock engraved with floral motives. Exact date unknown, probably late XVI century. Upon key and knob size it may be inferred that it was meant for a somewhat huge and robust door.
The heavy elegantly decorated iron fittings of a beautiful ancient city hall in Nuremberg (Pellerhaus)
Renaissance, chanfron decorated embossed armor to protect the horse face
Renaissance round shield, embossed and chiseled iron with mythological decorations
19th century illustration: Prussian steam locomotive used to transport passengers
19th century illustration: American steam locomotive with coal trailer to transport passengers
Antique illustration train interior: steam locomotive boiler
Nuernberg-Fuerth: steam locomotive and train passage inauguration, 1835
Trevithick locomotive1803. Richard Trevithick ( 1771 –1833) was a British inventor and mining engineer from Cornwall
19th century illustration: making wine, industrial maschine to press grapes.
Old illustration: New York panorama by night with the Flatiron building