Rolandeck and Nonnenwerth

Rolandseck and Nonnenwerth. The former to the left, above Roland’s Arch & Roland’s Temple peeping through the trees, on the other side especially Drachenfels & Wolkenburg. In the foreground figurines on a terrace. Wood engraving after Richard Püttner (Wurzen 1842 – Munich 1913) for A. Closs, Stuttgart. (1875-76.) 6⅞ × 7½ in (17.5 × 19 cm). – Impression for the about simultaneous Dutch edition. – Continuous local text on both sides. – Charming view.

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