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Eigentlicher Abriss auch Waarhafftiger Bericht wie es mit Eroberung der uhralten Weltberühmten Stadt Magdeburg hergangen

Eigentlicher Abriss auch Waarhafftiger Bericht wie es mit Eroberung de...

Engraving shows the fortified city of Magdeburg, Germany under attack in 1631. Smoke and flames are seen in parts of the city. Also shown are locations of additional fortifications and locations of troops on th... more

Ein Kurtz--Jedoch nachdenktlich Bespräch--eines Fuches und Katzen

Ein Kurtz--Jedoch nachdenktlich Bespräch--eines Fuches und Katzen

A fox tied to a tree, a cat, lying as if dead, with a rat in its mouth, an open rat cage and rats; across the river, Magdeburg burns; text below image.

Panzer-montage / Lichtdruck des H. Gruson'schen Phot.-Ateliers.

Panzer-montage / Lichtdruck des H. Gruson'schen Phot.-Ateliers.

Print shows cast iron parts at the Gruson foundry. Illus. in: H. Gruson Eisengiesserei & Maschinenfabrik, Buckau-Magdeburg. Magdeburg-Buckau, [between 1880 and 1889?], blatt 14. Title from item.

Magdeburg. Dom

Magdeburg. Dom

Title from item. Title in Detroit Publishing Co., Catalogue J foreign section, Detroit, Mich. : Detroit Publishing Company, 1905: "Germany. Saxony, German. Magdeburg. The Citadel." Print no. "6790. P.Z." Also k... more

Meditatio[ne]s Iordani de vita et passio[n]e Ih[es]u [Christ]i.Meditationes de vita et passione Jesu Christi [from old catalog][Magdeburg, Moritz Brandis ca. 1500?]

Meditatio[ne]s Iordani de vita et passio[n]e Ih[es]u [Christ]i.Meditat...

Rosenwald 209 Goff J-475 Copinger-Reichling 3372 Campbell-Kronenberg 1049 Bound with Rosarium Beatae Mariae Virginis. Rosariu[m] Beate Marie V[ir]g[in]is. [Magdeburg, ca. 1500?] LC copy imperfect: leaves [9-16]... more

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