The Nuremberg housebooks

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wulfenganck
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The Nuremberg housebooks

Postby wulfenganck » Tue Sep 22, 2009 4:27 pm

Hi,
the following link has some very helpful illustrations for average handcrafters clothing and tools, covering nearly 2 centuries. Of course a german source, therefore maybe variations in style for england, but nevertheless nice "average-joe"-link
I don't know where to put that link, since a lot of the pictures are 15th ct, this may be the right place.
Here it is: http://www.nuernberger-hausbuecher.de/

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Wolfgang



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Postby robin wood » Fri Sep 25, 2009 8:57 am

It is indeed a marvelous resource. I would suggest accessing it through this page which gives English job tittles but you can also change the search to products, tools, materials.

http://www.nuernberger-hausbuecher.de/i ... =page&mo=8



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Postby guthrie » Fri Sep 25, 2009 2:57 pm

AHh thank, you , I needed to add that to my bookmarks after I lost the last lot.



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Postby medievalpirate » Sat Sep 26, 2009 11:51 am

Robin, be careful with some of the Job Titles, there's a Dialect Border
that can confuse non locals. It's the reason for so many different
Lace Makers, and they make shoe laces not lace. I only know this because Her Ladyship is from Nürnberg. If you need any help with checks PM us.


THE RULES ARE WRITTEN IN STONE,
UNFORTUNATELY THE CONCRETE IS STILL WET!


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