Magnificent reproductions of 100 rare engravings created by a noted Dutch engraver depict a wide range of social classes: royalty, courtesans, merchants, laborers, military officers and soldiers, ladies, gentlemen, and a host of other figures representing varied races and countries. A much-imitated r... read more
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Magnificent reproductions of 100 rare engravings created by a noted Dutch engraver depict a wide range of social classes: royalty, courtesans, merchants, laborers, military officers and soldiers, ladies, gentlemen, and a host of other figures representing varied races and countries. A much-imitated reference work filled with elegant, precise, and well-composed illustrations.
Unabridged republication of plates from the 1970 reprint by Den Freuden des Hauses fotokop, Darmstadt, Germany, of Neu-Eröffnete Welt-Galleria, originally published by Christoph Weigel, Nuremberg, Germany, 1703.
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