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25.7 x 39.4 cm ⏐ 10.1 x 15.5 in (300dpi)
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German postcard depicting medieval punishment for a card cheat. Public humiliation is the dishonouring showcase of a person, usually an offender or a prisoner, especially in a public place. It was regularly used as a form of punishment in former times, and is still practiced by different means in the modern era. Ernest Nister (1841-1906) was a publisher and printer of movable books for children and paper ephemera such as greeting cards, post cards, and calendars. He refined the techniques used in the design of magic windows, dissolving picture, and pop-up books, publishing them from his firm based in Nuremberg, a toy-making centre of the 19th century. Reprinting, Nuremberg, 1910.
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