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German
16th century
Netherlandish
early 16th century
German, Saxony
ca. 1600
Dutch
ca. 1685–1700
Netherlandish
early 16th century
Netherlandish
early 16th century
German
16th century
South Netherlandish
1470–80
French (?)
15th–16th century
Johann Heinrich Grenser
ca. 1806–13
ca. 1479–1458 B.C.
Johann Samuel Stengel
ca. 1850–60
Meacham & Pond
1828–33
Spanish or Portuguese
17th century
Meacham & Pond
1828–33
Dutch
ca. 1600
Peter Flötner
ca. 1530
China
17th–18th century
Mexican
16th century
Netherlandish
early 16th century
Netherlandish
ca. 1500–before 1506
German
1530–40
British
ca. 1790
Firth, Hall & Pond
1832–48
Martin Metzler
ca. 1790–1800
Netherlandish
early 16th century
William Milhouse
ca. 1800
probably Belgian or Dutch
crossbow, probably mid-18th century; windlass, dated 1741
Italian
ca. 1420
Frederick Riley
1844–50
Meacham & Co.
ca. 1830
Simon Unglerth
ca. 1800
Spanish or Portuguese
early 17th century
British
ca. 1780
German
early 16th century
Andrea Brustolon
ca. 1720–30
Hans Kels the Younger
1541
Mexican
2nd half 16th century
ca. 1492–1473 B.C.