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Albrecht (Albrecht), Pütner (Pütner; Büttner) [bucket maker], from Mendel Housebook, c. 1425

Medieval cooperage and KCD: Buckets, Barrels & Tubs - Story & Setting - Kingdom Come: Deliverance Forum

Illustration of a Farmer, Reinhold - From the House Books of the Nuremberg Twelve Brothers Foundation, records of a charitable foundation started in the city of Nuremberg in 1388. The foundation would take 12 poor and needy people and provide them with training in a trade. Starting around 1425 their books would contain one-page illustration of the people they had helped, usually giving their name and what profession they were in. - Nuremburg, Germany - c. 1425-1450

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Farmer, House Books of the Nuremberg Twelve Brothers Foundation, Nuremberg Occupation and dress.

Mendel Housebok, Amb. 317.2° Folio 29 recto, c 1425, Nuremberg (Nürnberg)

Folio 29 recto The Ringmacher stands freely and holding with both hands the bow, on its iron sinew numerous metal rings are mounted and grinds them smoothly into the trough of standing on the ground grinding bracket.

Mendel Housebook, Amb. 317.2° Folio 34 recto, c 1425, Nuremberg (Nürnberg)

Folio 34 recto The Gerber stands in a large, filled with hides and making passes with his bare feet soaked in water skins. On the shelf in the background lie nine cup-shaped, dried loaf cakes, while a tense skin hung on the board.

Nüssel, wine Schenck (Weinschenk) [wine maker], from Mendel Housebook, c. 1425

Nüssel, wine Schenck (Weinschenk) [wine maker], from Mendel Housebook, c.

Amb. 317.2° Folio 93 recto  Coral Rosaries  Die Hausbucher der Nurnberg Zwolfbruderstiftungen

Amb. 317.2° Folio 93 recto Coral Rosaries Die Hausbucher der Nurnberg Zwolfbruderstiftungen

Amb. 317.2° Folio 40 recto 1425 lace maker

Folio 40 recto The Nestelmacher (Schnürriemenmacher) sits at his desk and strikes with the hammer the metal tips of a belt end firmly. Other metal sleeves lie in a small box on the work table, which also contains red and white belt bundles.

The Mendelian and Landauer House Books: Trades and... | Wallace Gardens

The Mendelian and Landauer House Books: Trades and Crafts of Late Middle Ages, Germany. Konrad Mendel, a wealthy Nürnberg merchant, built a home to care for the needy in which housed twelve.

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