Schreiber-Bogen Card modeling Marien-pharmacy and trade hall Rothernburg
To cut colored model and stick together
Material: paper, cardboard
Number of sheets: 6
Scale: 1:87 (unit 1: 160 on cover page is incorrectly specified)
Additionally necessary: paper scissors, glue
Helpful tools: scalpel, bone folder, small clamps and needles for fixing
The manufacturer classifies his models in five levels of difficulty one:
"Children Model": very light and with childlike motifs
"0": beginners model
Marien-Apotheke (Marktplatz 10)
The 1488 built for the mayor Jagstheimerhaus opposite the town hall has been converted in 1812 for pharmacy building. The figure of Mary under the bay window of the half-timbered house was the pharmacy her name. The original pharmacy interiors for which a beautiful octagonal recipe table with brass attachment and St. Cosmas and Damian figures heard is still preserved. Like many other views of the town of Rothenburg also served the Marien Pharmacy the painter Carl Spitzweg in 1858 as a motive for his sketchbook; this sketch the model for his image was The enamored Provisor. Even the bronze mortar, which now stands beside the entrance to the dispensary, can be seen in the picture. The original drawings are kept in the Kupferstichkabinett in Munich. In the Thirty Years' War the house was owned by the former mayor Nusch, the Rothenburg with the Master Draft saved. The house was then the scene of many political negotiations.
Gewerbehalle (Marktplatz 9)
When building Marktplatz 9 is the factory building, formerly meat and dance house, in the urban possession. Today, on the ground floor an art exhibition; the 1st and 2nd floor the costumes of the festival are kept.