Johann Elias Ridinger
Ulm 1698 – Augsburg 1767
The Ways to trap the Wild Animals
Currently available individual plates
- Representations designed from Nature How all Big and Small Game, along with the Winged Game is trapped alive or dead in various manner with Reason Artifice and Force!
- How the High Game is stalked by sneaking on the Pasture
- The entrance of a Deer Park with two Automatic Doors
- How the Deer are stalked in a Deer Park
- The Stag caught in the Turn-iron
- Spring-Gun on a Bear
- The Elevated Shooting Cabin at a Bear Garden
- Turnpike set up for a Lynx!
- Drilling Pike for a wild Cat or Marten
- How the Wolf is brought onto the disc by the Duck and catched in the Pit
- The Wolf in the Iron Trap
- Plank Trap for a Fox on the Pit
- Break Trap set for a Fox
- How to capture a Fox or Badger with the Wire Snare
- How the Foxes are baited, captured and stalked
- To capture an old alienated Fox with the Steel Iron
- The Badger captured with the Turnpike
- Compulsory Trap before the Earth of a Badger
- An Otter in the Trap and the Steel Iron
- How the Capercaillies are shot before the Capercaillie dog or Yapper
- How the Partridges are captured with the Net
- Crow Magpie and Raven Lodge!
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