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T' Radt Van Avontveren. (The Wheel of Fortune) / Dvs Draeyt Dvs Gaet Des Werelts Staet.

A broadside relating current political events to a wheel of fortune; with an engraving showing in the centre a wheel of fortune, around its rim seven male figures representing Peace, Wealth, Vanity, Power, Discord, Envy, and War; in the centre of the wheel an image showing Charles X Gustavus, King of Sweden on his death-bed in 1660; the wheel flanked on both sides with figures of rulers in Europe with shields of arms at their feet; in the top R an inserted scene showing the hanging of the regicides Cromwell, Bradshaw, and Ireton on 30 January 1661; in the top L corner an inserted scene showing the body of Cardinal Mazarin lying in state in March 1661; with engraved titles, inscriptions, and verses underneath the top two images, and with letterpress verses by Jan Soet in five columns. (n.p.: [1661?])

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A broadside relating current political events to a wheel of fortune; with an engraving showing in the centre a wheel of fortune, around its rim seven male figures representing Peace, Wealth, Vanity, Power, Discord, Envy, and War; in the centre of the wheel an image showing Charles X Gustavus, King of Sweden on his death-bed in 1660; the wheel flanked on both sides with figures of rulers in Europe with shields of arms at their feet; in the top R an inserted scene showing the hanging of the regicides Cromwell, Bradshaw, and Ireton on 30 January 1661; in the top L corner an inserted scene showing the body of Cardinal Mazarin lying in state in March 1661; with engraved titles, inscriptions, and verses underneath the top two images, and with letterpress verses by Jan Soet in five columns. (n.p.: [1661?])

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