Germany antique prints, Rendsburg by Joseph Meyer 1838
Rendsburg on the Eider.
Rendsburg was first mentioned in 1199. An old form of its name was Reynoldsburgh. It became a part of Holstein in the 13th century, but was transferred to Schleswig in 1460. Many times the town passed from Danish to German control and vice versa. In the German-Danish War in 1864 Rendsburg was finally seized by Kingdom of Prussia and Austria. After 1866 the town was annexed by the Kingdom of Prussia. Since that time it has remained part of Germany.
Original Antique Town and Landscape Prints of Germany.
Origin: The early Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon, was published since 1839 in Leipzig by Joseph Meyers Bibliographic Institute. Joseph Meyer (1796–1856).
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High quality more than 150 years old antique steel engraved print, painted in watercolors.
Size: Sheet app.: 10.5 x 7.5 inches. 26 X 18 cm. Image app.: 6 x 4 inches. 15 x 10 cm. Condition: Very good.