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Swash letter D (XVI century)
Swash letter D. ‘Swash’ were called the large decorated capital initials used in good typography at the beginning chapters until early XX century. Behind the initial two children soak a third one not entirely satisfied. From the typography workshop Cratander … Continued
Header of a chronicle (1523-1539) By Johannes Keßler
The page in the illustration narrates the meeting of J. Keßler and his travel companions with Martin Luther, disguised as a knight, in a village of Thuringia.
Young woman receiving a letter from the mailman on horseback
Illustration: young woman shows to an old lady the message just delivered by a mounted mailman