Black-and-white offset print reproduction depicting the marriage ceremony of Leopold de Rothschild and Marie Perugia, held in the Central Synagogue on Great Portland Street in London. Published in the February 19, 1881, edition of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
Black-and-white engraving depicting a Jewish marriage ceremony. From Jüdisches Ceremoniel, first published by Paul Christian Kirchner in 1717, edited and reissued by the Christian Hebraist Sebastian Jugendres in 1724, published Nuremberg: Peter Conrad Monath.
Black-and-white offset print reproduction of a Jewish marriage ceremony in Tangier. From The home and synagogue of the modern Jew : sketches of modern Jewish life and ceremonies, published London: Religious Tract Society.
Black-and-white engraving depicting Aaron and his sons sacrificing a ram, as described in Exodus 29:13-22. Engraving by Georg Daniel Heumann. From Kupfer-Bibel, in welcher die Physica Sacra, oder geheiligte Natur-Wissenschafft derer in Heil. Schrifft vorkommenden Natürlichen Sachen by Johann Jakob Scheuchzer published Augsburg and Ulm: Christian Ulrich Wagner, 1731-1735.
Black-and-white engraving depicting Moses and Aaron in front of the Tabernacle. Engraving by William Skelton after a drawing by Thomas Stothard. From the Macklin Bible, published London: Printed for Thomas Macklin by Thomas Bensley, 1800.
Black-and-white offset print reproduction depicting a shochet in a Jewish slaughterhouse. From the article "The Jews in New York--II" by Richard Wheatley, published in the February 1892 edition of The Century Magazine.
Black-and-white engraving depicting scenes from the Book of Leviticus. From Biblische Geschichten des Alten und Neuen Testaments / Historiae Biblicae Veteris et Novi Testamenti by Joseph Sebastian Klauber and Johann Baptist Klauber.
Hand-colored lithograph with two scenes dated 1848 and 1898. 1848: "Emancipation of the Jews" depicts a Jewish man on his knees before an officer, offering a bag of money; in his other hand is a document labeled "Jewish emancipation." 1898: "The Christians as slaves of the Jews" depicts three Christians kneeling before a Jewish man in an officer's coat, as a Jewish man drives a Christian man with a whip in the background.