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This and 29 other objects are a part of a set whose first object is Album, Neüe inventiones von unterschiedlich nützlicher Silber-arbeit... ; Aestas.

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Print, Neüe inventiones von unterschiedlich nützlicher Silber-arbeit...gezeichnet von Abraham Drentwet in Augspurg. Inss. Kupffer gebracht durch Ioh : August Corvinim, und dasselbst verlegt von Jeremias Wolff... ; title page, ca. 1725

This is a Print. It was created by Abraham Drentwet. It is dated ca. 1725 and we acquired it in 1947. Its medium is black ink on paper, bound in half-leather and boards. It is a part of the Drawings, Prints, and Graphic Design department.

It is credited Museum purchase in memory of Thomas Snell.

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Print, Neüe inventiones von unterschiedlich nützlicher Silber-arbeit...gezeichnet von Abraham Drentwet in Augspurg. Inss. Kupffer gebracht durch Ioh : August Corvinim, und dasselbst verlegt von Jeremias Wolff... ; title page, ca. 1725; Abraham Drentwet (1647 – 1727); Germany; black ink on paper, bound in half-leather and boards; Museum purchase in memory of Thomas Snell; 1947-96-1-1

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