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- Object: Aigentllicher Abrisz, und Warhaffte kurtze Beschreibung des gantzen Procesz...mit Graff Ferdinanden zu Hardeck...
A broadside on the trial and execution of Count Ferdinand zu Hardeck and Nicolaus Perlin in Vienna; with two hand-coloured woodcuts, the left showing the open-air trial, the right the execution, with letterpress title above, but without letterpress description. ([Vienna, Hieber]: 1595)
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Height: 278 millimetres (printed area)
Height: 251 millimetres (woodcut (execution))
Height: 249 millimetres (woodcut (trial))
Width: 363 millimetres (printed area)
Width: 180 millimetres (woodcut (execution))
Width: 181 millimetres (woodcut (trial))
- Curator's comments
- The print shows the execution of the commander of a fortification in Györ and his deputy, who, without any apparent reason gave up the fortification during the Turkish war.
Apparently there is one example of this print in the SUB in Breslau, which is signed GH Formschneider.
Not in Harms
cf Andresen has an engraving of the same subject by Hans Sibmacher (67)
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