This image contains in the centre a small and normal capital letter T surrounded by a rectangle. The rectangle is about a quarter the height and a quarter the width of the image.
Under the rectangle is a bearded face of a man possibly sticking out his tongue. It’s hard to be certain but he might have horns on his temples. Coming out of his cheeks, one either side, are conucopias, or horns of plenty, and rising up out of each of these is a winged female figure reaching almost to the top of the image. The figures have well-defined breasts, but they also have a circle like a third breast around their navels, and that’s as far down as their bodies go. From the tops of their heads spring giant ferns, two from each head, with the two ferns pointing towards the upper middle of the image being interlocked.
No, I don’t know what it means either.
The bodies of the females are shaded with horizontal lines, in the usual manner for a woodcut.
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