First English edition of the Nuremberg chronicle: being the Liber chronicarum of Dr. Hartmann Schedel…
FOLIO XXXII recto and verso

By two woodcuts (9.5" by approximately 11") the artist has visualized the lighted candlestick, firstly according to "the other doctors," (Figura Candelabri lum(in)us, Secundum Doctores aliquos), and secondly according to the Rabbi Moses (Figura Candelabri luminus, Secundum Raby Moysen). The first appears at Folio XXXII recto, the second at Folio XXXII verso. From the inscriptions it would seem the two plates should have appeared in the inverse order, that is, the Jewish version first, and then the version "according to the other doctors." The general construction is the same in both cases, the only difference being in the ornamentation.