Another photo card from Boma, Belgian Congo.
Red cross photo card from world war one.
Page of a French fashion magazine, 1821.
World war one picture of allied troops. Probably in North-Africa.
Kodak picture of a destroyed village, probably during the first world war. Unknown Location.
Kodak picture of a destroyed church, probably during world war one. Location unknown.
19th century French engraving.
Postcard of Ostend, Belgium, 1932.
Belle epoque kodak picture of the Zavel in Brussels, Belgium.
Page from “Iets voor allen”, the dutch translation of “Etwas für alle” by Abraham a Sancta Clara. This book pictures and describes different jobs and social positions. The dutch version was printed in Amsterdam in 1736.
This page depicts the king.
Postcard from the world exposition in 1910 in Brussels, Belgium.
Another woodcut from the Nuremberg chronicle, 1493.
This one was cut out of a larger woodcut that symbolized the structure of the Holy Roman Empire .
Woodcut cut out of the Nuremberg Chronicle, 1493.
This book described the (known) history from the beginning of the world, based on the bible, until the publishing date.
This woodcut was used several times to depict different emperors/kings with their son. This one probably depicts the roman emperor Philippus (Arabs) and his son.
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