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Andreas / Hartlieb, Johannes: Das buoch Ouidy von der liebe zu erwerben. auch die liebe zeuerschmehen Augsburg, 1482 Ink A-486 - GW 1760  Folio NP

Andreas / Hartlieb, Johannes: Das buoch Ouidy von der liebe zu erwerben. auch die liebe zeuerschmehen Augsburg, 1482 Ink A-486 - GW 1760 Folio NP

Johannes :  Das buch der weißhait oder der alten weisen  Ulm 1484, Pg 133

Johannes : Das buch der weißhait oder der alten weisen Ulm 1484, Pg 133

Three out of thirty-one cuttings from Hartmann Schedel, "Liber Cronicarum", printed by A. Koberger, Nuremberg.  1493 WoodcutDoesn't have the pleated placket, simpler version belted.

Full: Front Three out of thirty-one cuttings from Hartmann Schedel, "Liber Cronicarum", printed by A. 1493 Woodcut © The Trustees of the British Museum

ca. 1463-1470 - 'Altar of the Three Kings' (Hans Pleydenwurff and workshop), Dominikanerkirche, Nürnberg, Lorenzkirche, Nürnberg, Bayern, Germany

ca. 1463-1470 - 'Altar of the Three Kings' (Hans Pleydenwurff and workshop), Dominikanerkirche, Nürnberg, Lorenzkirche, Nürnberg, Bayern, Germany

Royston, Hertfordshire. c1500 Unknown man and his first wife. Brasses to his second wife and children are lost.

Unknown man and his first wife. Brasses to his second wife and children are lost.

Elizabeth Shore, better known as Jane Shore. One of Edward IV’s many mistresses. Daughter of a London merchant and wife of William Shore, a London goldsmith, upon Edward's death, may have become the lover of Thomas Grey, marquis of Dorset, and then of his rival, William HASTINGS, Lord Hastings. Charged by Richard III of trying to destroy him through sorcery.Forced soon after to do public penance and imprisoned. Died in 1527 at the age of 82. Buried in Hinxworth Church, Hertfordshire,

Elizabeth Shore, better known as Jane Shore. One of Edward IV’s many mistresses…