Black-and-white engraving depicting scenes from the execution by hanging of financier Joseph Süß Oppenheimer: his exit from Stuttgart under armed guard, above, and his hanging outside the city, below. Engraving by Jakob Gottlieb Thelot after Lucas Conrad Pfandzelt. Published Augsburg: Romanus Heid.
Black-and-white engraving depicting financier Joseph Süß Oppenheimer after his execution by hanging. He holds a torch that lights his journey to the netherworld; the gallows can be seen in the background. In the right corner lays his wig, a symbol of his former status.
Medal commemorating the execution by hanging of financier Joseph Süß Oppenheimer in 1738. On the observe, a portrait of Oppenheimer. On the reverse, a depiction of the gallows with the words "Aus diesem Vogelhaus schaugt Sus der Schelm heraus" (From this bird cage, the rogue Süß looks out).