The Nurember Chronicle presents human history in six ages from from the creation to the coronation of Maximilian as Holy Roman Enperor in 1493. The seventh age of the world is only a few pages but it tells of the coming of the Antichrist and the Last Judgement as portrayed in the imagery of the Revelation of St. John the Divine. This woodcut fragment from folio CCLIX verso shows the arrival of the false prophets and the struggle between the angel and the dragon (Revelation, 12:7). This page is a fragment. The upper part of the page, depicting the struggle between the angel and dragon, is missing.
, 116,  p. ; Dedication signed: Christopher Leuer. ; The first leaf is blank except for signature-mark "A". ; With a final errata leaf. ; Heading to dedication in seven lines. Variant: heading in eight lines. ; Reproduction of the original the Union Theological Seminary (New York, N.Y.). Library.
, 6 p. ; Attributed to John Williams. Cf. NUC-pre 1956 and Wing. ; Place of publication from Wing. ; Reproduction of original in Thomason Collection, British Library, and Bodleian Library. ; Item at reel 830:09 identified as A119 (number cancelled in Wing 2nd ed.).
, 16 p. ; Attributed to John Reading. ; Annotation on Thomason copy: "feb: 19". ; Reproduction of the original in the British Library. ; The words "inform the ignorant satisfie the desirous" and "the concurrent proceedings the Parliament and Army" on the title page are enclosed in brackets.
, 14 p. ; Attributed to Williams by Wing and NUC pre-1956 imprints. ; "Perused and allowed according to order." ; Imperfect: print show-through. ; Reproduction of original in the Harvard University Library.
The Nuremberg Chronicle presents human history in six ages from the creation of the world to the reign of Maximilian as Holy Roman Emperor in 1493. A seventh age is based on the Revelation story of St. John. Folio CXXXII presents images of four Roman Emperors on the right side of the page. These are Julian the Apostate, Jovianus, Valentinianus and Valens covering the years 360 to 378 CE in Roman and early Christian history.
 p. ; Lord Cambel of Lorne = Archibald Campbell, future Marquis of Argyll. ; Signatures: A⁴. ; The second speech is identified as Thomason E.199. ; Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
, 6 p. ; Although attributed to Charles I, the first letter is in fact by Lord George Digby, who has signed it in "Two remarkable letters concerning the Kings correspondence with the Irish rebels" (Wing B4785; Madan 1810); the second, addressed to Nicholas, is signed: C.R. ; The imprint is false; "issued in London, . a counterfeit"--Madan. ; Annotation on Thomason copy: "Sept: 3d". ; Reproduction of the original in the British Library.