A broadside on the centenery of the German Reformation and a prophetic dream of Friedrich III of Saxony on Luther's posting of the 95 Theses in Wittenberg; with a woodcut showing on the l Martin Luther writing with a large pen on a church door, the end of his pen poking through the ears of a lion, knocking off the tiara of Pope Leo X; with letterpress title, but wanting letterpress text in German and Latin. (n.p.: 1617)

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A broadside on the centenery of the German Reformation and a prophetic dream of Friedrich III of Saxony on Luther's posting of the 95 Theses in Wittenberg; with a woodcut showing on the l Martin Luther writing with a large pen on a church door, the end of his pen poking through the ears of a lion, knocking off the tiara of Pope Leo X; with letterpress title, but wanting letterpress text in German and Latin. (n.p.: 1617)

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  • A broadside on the centenery of the German Reformation and a prophetic dream of Friedrich III of Saxony on Luther's posting of the 95 Theses in Wittenberg; with a woodcut showing on the l Martin Luther writing with a large pen on a church door, the end of his pen poking through the ears of a lion, knocking off the tiara of Pope Leo X; with letterpress title, but wanting letterpress text in German and Latin. (n.p.: 1617)

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  • A broadside on the centenary of the German Reformation and a prophetic dream of Friedrich III of Saxony on Luther's posting of the 95 Theses in Wittenberg; with a woodcut showing on the left Martin Luther writing with a large pen on a church door, the end of his pen poking through the ears of a lion, knocking off the tiara of Pope Leo X; with letterpress title, but wanting letterpress text in German and Latin. (n.p.: 1617)

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  • A broadside on the centenary of the German Reformation and a prophetic dream of Friedrich III of Saxony on Luther's posting of the 95 Theses in Wittenberg; with a woodcut showing on the left Martin Luther writing with a large pen on a church door, the end

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