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Renaissance costumes (15th and 16th century): 1 -2) Florentine nobleman and noblewoman (15th century); 3) Joanna of Flanders (1341); 4) Burgundian noblewoman (15th century); 5) French nobleman (1410); 6 - 7) German citizens (1480); 8) Nuremberg citizen (1500); 9) Nuremberg woman, going to the dance (1500); 10) Lansquenet (1530); 11) Catherine de' Medici, Queen of France (1545); 12) John of Austria (1547 - 1578); 13) Venetian noblewoman (after Titian's "La Bella", 1536). Chromolithograph, published in 1897.

Beginning of the 42-line Bibel - Prologue of the holy Hieronymus or Jerome printed in the 1450s by Johannes Gutenberg. The Prologus Galaetus or Galeatum principium is a preface by Jerome, dated 391-392, to his translation of the Liber Regum ( the book of Kings composed of four parts: the first and second books of Samuel the first and second books of Kings ) The Gutenberg Bible (also known as the 42-line Bible, the Mazarin Bible or the B42) was the earliest major book printed using mass-produced movable metal type in Europe. It marked the start of the "Gutenberg Revolution" and the age of printed books in the West. Original edition from my own archives Source : Brockhaus 1898

A gold and gray-blue illustrated shield celebrating a 15th anniversary with transparency effects. The shield has a shaped border with a rounded raised outside edge and a recessed center. The center proclaims "Celebrating 15th Anniversary" in uppercase letters. Each letter is gold at the top and bottom with a dark gold stripe and soft white stripe in the center for a reflection effect. Gold laurels span the space beneath the lettering and cross in the center. The background is dark gray-blue with points of light gray at the top and bottom.

Vintage lithograph from an orginal miniature of Anne of Brittany Queen of France surrounded by her patron Saints. Anne, Duchess of Brittany (25 January 1476 to 9 January 1514), also known as Anna of Brittany, was a Breton ruler, who was to become queen to two successive French kings.

"Vintage map of France in the 15th century, show the land under the control of the english during the Hundred Years War."

Architectural sketch of Florence, Italy. The historic centre and Duomo. Handmade painting, acrylic on paper, slightly processed.

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