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    The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. The Revelation of Saint John (Apocalypse, III. Figure). Around 1497/98. Woodcut, 396 x 283mm. (monogrammed)

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    Woodcut to "Wie der Würffel auff ist Kumen". Published by Max Ayrer, Nuremberg, 1489). This woodcut is divided into two parts. Above: The Devil tempting a knight to gamble, the outbreak of a quarrel at the gaming table punished by death on the wheel. Below: Other executions as the result of gambling.

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    Cavalcade celebrating the coronation of Emperor Karl V in Bologna,1530.Page shows Pope Clement VII and Emperor Karl V riding side by side under a canopy. Coloured woodcut on parchment,one of 23 pages. 480 c 50 cm Inv.V.IV.1.3.

    26-04-03/65

    The Woman clothed with the Sun and the Seven-headed Dragon. The Revelation of Saint John (Apocalypse, IX. Figure). Around 1497. Woodcut, 394 x 283mm. (monogrammed)

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    The Whore of Babylon. The Revelation of Saint John (Apocalypse, XIII. Figure). Around 1496/97. Woodcut, 394 x 283mm. (monogrammed) Apo 17: 1 - 4

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    Building a galley in a Venice shipyard, from "Peregrinatio in Terram Sanctam", first printed in Latin in 1486. Breidenbach, Canonicus and Dean of Mainz, travelled to Palestine in 1484-1485. Coloured woodcut.

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    Venice with St. Marc's Square, the Doge's palace, and the old campanile, from "Peregrinatio in Terram Sanctam", first printed in 1486. Breidenbach, Canonicus and Dean of Mainz, Germany, travelled to Palestine in 1484-1485. Coloured woodcut.

    15-02-03/65

    Knights and Soldiers. Illustration to Saint Birgitta of Sweden: Revelationes (Birgitta Suecica, Reuelationes sancte Birgitte). Published by Florian Waldauf (von Waldenstein), printed by Anton Koberger, Nuremberg, 21 September 1500. Woodcut.

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    Saint Birgitta and the Virgin interceding for the Damned. Illustration to Saint Birgitta of Sweden: Revelationes (Birgitta Suecica, Reuelationes sancte Birgitte). Published by Florian Waldauf (von Waldenstein), printed by Anton Koberger, Nuremberg, 21 September 1500. Woodcut.

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    Archangel Michael fighting the Dragon. The Revelation of Saint John (Apocalypse, X. Figure). Around 1498. Woodcut, 394 x 285mm. (monogrammed) Apo 12: 7 - 9

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    The Sea Monster and the Beast with the Lamb's Horns. The Revelation of Saint John (Apocalypse, XI. Figure). Around 1496/97. Woodcut, 395 x 285mm. (monogrammed)

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    Philosophy (Philosophia). The four heads of the winds in the corners represent the four elements and temperaments: above on the left: Fire and the Choleric temperament, above on the right: Air and the Sanguine temperament, below on the left: Earth and Melancholy, below on the right: Water and the Phlegmatic temperament. (Illustration to Conradi Celtes... quatuor libri amorum - Conrad Celtes: Four books on Love (Amores), printed for the Sodalitas Celtica, Nuremberg, 5 April 1502.) Woodcut, 219 x 148mm. (fol. A6v.) (monogrammed)

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    Von hoffnung vff erben (Von der Hoffnung, andere zu beerben). Illustration to "Das Narrenschiff" by Sebastian Brant. Published by Johann Bergmann von Olpe, Basel, 11 February 1494. Woodcut, 116 x 84mm. (fol.Q5v., Chapter 94)

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    Daedalus and Icarus. Illustration to The Mirror of the True Rhetoric (Marcus Tullius Cicero and others: Spiegel der waren Rhetoric). Printed by Friedrich Riederer, Freiburg im Breisgau, 11 December 1493. Woodcut, 146 x 187mm. (fol. LXIr.)

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    The Fall of Man. (Small Passion, 2). Around 1510. Woodcut, 128 x 98mm. (monogrammed)

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    The Battle of the Angels (Four avenging Angels of the Euphrates). The Revelation of Saint John (Apocalypse, VII. Figure). Around 1496/98. Woodcut, 393 x 285mm. (monogrammed)

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    Triumphal Arch ('Ehrenpforte') for Emperor Maximilian I. Dated 1515. Detail of 33-02-02/65. Woodcut. Uppermost section of the right-hand corner column. Griffin with the motto "Halt Mass", the device of Maximilian.

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    The destruction of Sodom und Gomorrha. Illustration to "Der Ritter von Turn" (Livre du Chevalier de la Tour pour l'enseignement de ses filles) by Geoffroy de La Tour Landry, translated into German by Marquart von Stein. Printed by Michael Furter, Basel, 1493. Woodcut, 106/110 x 106/108mm. (fol.E3v.)

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    The eternal lamentation of the damned. Illustration to "Ein Allerhailsamste warnung vor der falschenn lieb diser werlt". Published by Peter Wagner, Nuremberg, before 1490. Woodcut.

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    The Angel bringing the message to Joachim. (Life of the Virgin, 3). Around 1504. Woodcut, 301 x 212mm. (monogrammed)

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    Triumphal Arch ('Ehrenpforte') for Emperor Maximilian I. Dated 1515. Detail of 33-02-02/65. Woodcut. The Betrothal of Maximilian with Mary of Burgundy (Burgundian Marriage).

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    Crucifixion (The Great Calvary). Around 1496/1500. Woodcut (printed from two blocks), 57 x 389mm. Original size, see also 33-02-05/61.

    33-02-05/62

    The Knight and the Landsknecht. Around 1496. Woodcut, 391 x 284mm. (monogrammed)

    33-02-01/ 4

    Conrad Celtes handing his edition of the Roswitha Comedies to the Elector Frederick of Saxony. (Title page to OPERA HROSVITAE illvstris virginis et monialis germane gente Saxonica orte nvper a Conrado Celte invanta. Published by Conrad Celtes, Nuremberg, Sodalitas Celtica, 1501.) Woodcut, 218 x 148mm. (fol. A1v.)

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