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ca. 1470–90
Joseph Deutschmann
ca. 1740
Marsden Hartley
Georg Voll
ca. 1575
Johann Erhard Heiglen
ca. 1730
German Painter
ca. 1573–82
possibly German
ca. 1730–50
Heinrich Roth
possibly German
ca. 1750–60
Gustave Herter
ca. 1855
possibly German, Dresden
ca. 1750, watch dial a later 18th century replacement
Georg Wecker
late 16th century
Johannes Moum
ca. 1575–1600
German, possibly Ulm
ca. 1250
Central European, possibly German
early 16th century; 14.25.1576g, probably 17th or 18th century
German, possibly Nuremberg
late 16th century
Jean Cousin the Elder
ca. 1555
German, possibly Saxony
ca. 1600
possibly Southern German
early 17th century
German, possibly Brunswick
ca. 1535
German, possibly Munich
ca. 1600–1620
François de Cuvilliés the Younger
ca. 1740
European, possibly German
probably 16th century
European, possibly German
probably 16th century
Wenzel Jamnitzer
late 16th–early 17th century
European, possibly German
probably 16th or 17th century
German, possibly Augsburg
ca. 1730
German, possibly Brunswick
ca. 1535
Johann Gottfried Hänisch the Elder
crossbow, ca. 1720–30; winder, ca. 1575–1600
Bernard Salomon
ca. 1600
Western or Central European; quiver, possibly German
quiver, probably early 16th century; bolts, 14th–16th century
German, possibly Lower Saxony
helmet, ca. 1530; armor, ca. 1540–50 and later
Lorenz Zick
mid-17th century
Lorenz Zick
mid-17th century
possibly German; probably French or German
late 16th century or second quarter 19th century
Tilman Riemenschneider
ca. 1495
Johann Valentin Gevers
ca. 1710
Jacob Floris
ca. 1570–1600
ca. 1600