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- Object: Ein erklerung der Tafel des Gerichts, so der köstlich Maler Appelles, dem König Ptolomeo fürmalet.
Broadside on two sheets on the calumny of Apelles; with a woodcut printed from two blocks containing a panoramic view of a palace with four rooms illustrating various parts of the story from left to right; and with eight columns of four lines of letterpress verse by Hans Sachs above the illustration. (n.p.: n.d.)
Woodcut and letterpress
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Height: 212 millimetres (Borderline)
Height: 261 millimetres (Sheet size)
Width: 360 millimetres (Per sheet, c.)
- Curator's comments
- BM also has a sixteenth-century impression with hand-colouring and the remainder of the Sachs poem printed on another two sheets attached below the woodcut, see 1877,0609.95.
This broadside is also printed by Hans Weigel the Eoler or Younger in Nuremberg.
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