Early Dutch, German & English Printers' Marks

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E. Rascol, 1866 - Printers' marks - 60 pages
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Page 70 - No. Serpent biting his tail, coiled twice round the wrist of a hand issuing from the clouds and holding a wand from which spring two laurel branches, and which is surmounted by a portcullis (the Westminster arms) in the last coil of the serpent the word Prv\\den\\tia W.
Page 70 - Thor's hammer, held by a hand issuing from the clouds, striking fire on the rock, while a head, symbolizing wind, blows upon it.

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