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Jeffrey reading aloud from the Apocalypse, S. Central Ave., at 4th St., LA, 2014.  Jeffrey came from Gary, Indiana, and was in the US Navy. He believes that the Bible is in code, it tells how the body works.

Jeffrey reading aloud from the Apocalypse, S. Central Ave., at 4th St....

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Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

His Apocalypse of St. John, no. 5. Woodcut by Albrecht Durer, 1471-1528. Meder, 167; Bartsch, 64. 2nd edition. Signed on block with monogram. Coll. mark: Henri Baron de Triquesi: (Lugt, 1304). Ref. copy may be ... more

Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

His Apocalypse of St. John, no. 5. Woodcut by Albrecht Durer, 1471-1528. Meder, 167; Bartsch, 64. 2nd edition. Signed on block with monogram. Coll. mark: Henri Baron de Triquesi: (Lugt, 1304). Ref. copy may be ... more

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