Black-and-white scale engraving of the Mole Antonelliana in Turin. The structure was originally conceived as a synagogue. From Atti e rassegna tecnica della Società degli ingegneri e degli architetti in Torino, 1875.
Hand-colored engraving depicting a Jewish woman and a Jewish merchant from Algiers. Engraving by Andreas Geiger. From the series Costume Bild zur Theaterzeitung. Published Vienna: Burea der allgem. Theaterz.
Color lithograph including depictions of Jewish men, women, and children from Algiers. Lithograph by Friedrich Hottenroth. Printed Stuttgart: M. Seeger. From Trachten, Haus-, Feld- und Kriegsgeräthschaften der Völker alter und neuer Zeit, Volume 1, by Friedrich Hottenroth, published Stuttgart: Gustav Weise.
Black-and-white wood engraving depicting Jewish musicians in Tlemcen. Engraving by Henri Théophile Hildibrand. From The Mediterranean illustrated by William Henry Davenport Adams, published London: T. Nelson and Sons.
Black-and-white lithographed portrait of Isaac Edrehi, son of rabbi and scholar Moses Edrehi. Lithograph printed Boston: J. H. Bufford. From History of the capital of Asia and the Turks : together with an account of the domestic manners of the Turks in Turkey, published Boston: Boston, Reprinted for I. Edrehi, 5618 (1858).
Black-and-white steel engraving of the Cave of Jehoshaphat in Jerusalem. Engraving after a drawing by Léon Gaucherel. From Palestine : description géographique, historique, et archéologique by Salomon Munk, published Paris: Firmin Didot frères.
Hand-colored engraving of the Tomb of Absalom in Jerusalem. Engraving by Giuseppe Carocci. From Aggiunte all'opera Il costume antico e moderno di tutti i popoli, cogli analoghi disegni, Volume 1, by Giulio Ferrario, published Firenze: V. Batelli.
Black-and-white steel engraving of the Tomb of Absalom in Jerusalem. Engraving after a drawing by Louis François Cassas. From Palestine : description géographique, historique, et archéologique by Salomon Munk, published Paris: Firmin Didot frères.
Black-and-white engraving of the Tomb of Absalom in Jerusalem. After a drawying by Luigi Mayer. From A series of twenty-four views illustrative of the Holy Scriptures, published London: R. Bowyer & M. Parkes.
Reproduction of a black-and-white woodcut and text from Das Ständebuch (The Book of Trades) with text by Hans Sachs and illustrations by Jost Amman. The book describes trades practiced in 16th-century Nuremberg. In German, the text reads : "Bin nicht vmb sonst ein Jüd genannt / Ich leih nur halb Gelt an ein Pfandt / Löst mans nit zu gesetztem Ziel / So gilt es mir dennoch so viel / Darmit verderb ich den loßn hauffn / Der nur wil Feyern / Fressn vnd Sauffn / Doch nimpt mein Handel gar nit ab / Weil ich meins gleich viel Brüder hab." In English, the text reads : "I'm called a Jew because, in dearth, / Pledge I pawn at half its worth; / If not redeemed on time, it will / Make my profits higher still. / I thus destroy all carless folk, / While they eat and drink and joke. / My business never suffers, for / I have many brothers more."
Caricature by James Montgomery Flagg published in Judge. The caption reads : --Customer: "Are the colors in this mackintosh fast colors?" --Clerk: "Very fast; in fact, when it rains, I guarantee that they will run."