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Arc wheel ferris.

Arc wheel ferris.

Coins change money, business finance.

Bronze statuette of Tyche (Good Fortune)

Gaja Lakshmi, Goddess of Fortune

Gaja Lakshmi, Goddess of Fortune

Gaja Lakshmi, Goddess of Fortune

Standing Lakshmi (Goddess of Fortune)

Wheel of Fortune from BL Royal 20 D I, f. 163v

Wheel of Fortune from BL Harley 4431, f. 129

Fortune

Wheel of Fortune; Paris and Helen from BL Harley 4431, f. 129

The Pope and the Antipope in Fortune's castle

Paintings in the Hall of Fortune: Liberal Arts and a siege

Wealth before Fortune's castle; Eur (Happiness) welcomes newcomers

Fortune and her brothers Eur (Happiness) and Meseur (Misfortune)

Bowl with Repeating Persian Inscription Wishing for Good Fortune

Opening of prologue to Boethius, with miniature of the Wheel of Fortune. Hand A.

Wheel of Fortune from BL Royal 18 D II, f. 30v

Fortune appearing to Boccaccio from BL Royal 14 E V, f. 291

Fortune from BL Royal 14 E V, f. 113v

Fortune appearing to Boccaccio from BL Royal 14 E V, f. 291

The farmer and the goddess fortune [cont.]; The travelers and the axe.

The magician [cont.]; The weasel and the file; The farmer and the goddess fortune.

The Little Fortune

La grande fortune ou Nemesis

Candlestick inscribed with Wishes for Good Fortune, Peace and Happiness to its Owner

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: The Temple of Fortune in Rome

Nemesis (The Great Fortune)

Nemesis (The Great Fortune)

Nemesis (The Great Fortune)

Nemesis (The Great Fortune)

Nemesis (the great fortune)

A naked man holding Fortune by the hair and whipping her

Roundel with Sorgheloos ("Carefree") with Easy Fortune

Fortune

Fortune Making a Prince Drink

Fortune

Fortune

Six Sayings about Fortune

Fortune Using Man as a Plaything from Six Sayings about Fortune

Fortune Does Not Watch over All Sleepers from Six Sayings about Fortune

The One to Whom Fortune Is Playing Will Dance Merrily from Six Sayings about Fortune

When Fortune Is Abundant, the Fall Will Be Deeper from Six Sayings about Fortune

Patience as the Victor over Fortune from Six Sayings about Fortune

A Shield is of no Use when Fortune Turns Her Back from Six Sayings about Fortune

Seven Gods of Good Fortune and Chinese Children

Five numbered scenes, each after a painter in the Accademia Degl'Incamminati, from IL FUNERALE D'AGOSTINO CARRACCIO FATTO IN BOLOGNA SUA PATRIA DAGL'INCAMINATI Academici del Disegno: 1. Virtue vanquishing Envy and Fortune, painted by Giulio Cesare Parigino; 2. Apollo and the Muses at the tomb of Agostino Carracci, painted by Luigi Valesio; 3. Mercury pointing to a constellation with the personification of Painting and that of the city of Bologna, Felsina, painted by Aurelio Benelli; 4. Personification of Painting being comforted by Poetry, and the personification of a river at right, painted by Lodovico Carracci; 5. Allegory of Knowledge and Vigilance chasing Envy out of Heaven, painted by Lorenzo Garbieri.

Allegory of Fortune

Ebisu and Daikoku; Two of the Seven Gods of Good Fortune

Three Gods of Good Fortune Visit the Yoshiwara; or “Scenes of Pleasure at the Height of Spring”

An Allegory of Fortune with Two River Gods

Jupiter, Pluto, and Neptune Offering their Riches to Fortune

Jupiter, Pluto and Neptune Offering their Riches to Fortune

The Ship of Fortune

Fortune Favoring France (La Fortune de la France)

Fortune Favoring France

Rébus on the subject of fortune, a riddle depicted on drapery surrounded by a frame, an oval composition

The Fortune of France

Screen with Rebus of Fortune

A fan with a rebus on Love on one side Fortune on the other

Fortune flying above the globe, partly naked, emptying a purse in her raised right hand and holding a staff in her left, a winged putto pulling her forelock, after Reni

A Dancing Pair Accompanied by a Blindfolded Fortune

Titelpagina voor "Les coups de l'Amour et de la Fortune", in: P. Quinault, Le theatre, deel I, 1697

The Fortune Teller

Inrō with the Characters for Longevity and Good Fortune and the “Seven Lucky Treasures” on Checkerboard Ground

Netsuke of Boat with the Seven Gods of Good Fortune

[La République de Hollande entourée du Commerce, de l’Industrie et de la Fortune]

Actor Tsu-uchi Monsaburo in a Woman's Role in the Play "Three Instances of Good Fortune (Sanpuku Tsui)"

The Fortune Teller on Casting the Coffee Grounds, from an Original Design at Vaux-hall Gardens

Habit of a Russian fortune teller in 1764. La diseuse de bonne avanture Russe.

The Fortune Teller

The Parlmt. dissolved, or, the Devil turn'd fortune teller / design'd & engrav'd by G. Terry, Paternoster Row.

Fortune and Misfortune, or The Broken Pitcher

The fortune teller

Case (Inrō) with Design of the Seven Gods of Good Fortune Fording a River

Bonaparte's Protecting Fortune. 1803.

The Successful Fortune Hunter, or Captain Shelalee Leading Miss Marrowfat to the Temple of Hymen

Masks of Oni (Demon) and Uzume (Goddess of Good Fortune)

Seven Gods of Good Fortune

Antony and Cleopatra, Act 1, Scene 2: Charmian–"Good Sir, give me good fortune"

Fortune teller.

Coverlet, Wheel of Fortune pattern variation

Mallet of Daikoku, One of the Gods of Good Fortune, and a Rat

[Hotei, the god of good fortune, one of the seven lucky gods, right profile, arms folded behind his back, standing in front of his large bottomless bag of goods]

[Hotei, the god of good fortune, one of the seven lucky gods, seated, facing front, next to his bottomless bag of goods on which a small child is sitting and who appears to be cleaning Hotei's left ear]

[Hotei, the god of good fortune, one of the seven lucky gods, facing right, standing on a rolling barrel, holding a mallet in his right hand and carrying his large bottomless bag of goods]

[Hotei, the god of good fortune, one of the seven lucky gods, facing front with his head resting on his hands, peering out through an opening in his bottomless bag of goods]

Benzaiten (Goddess of Music and Good Fortune) Seated on a White Dragon

people from "The Pledge; or, the First Step to Fortune. A sequel to the “Bottle.”"

Source of the world's most gigantic fortune, pumping wells in the oil country, Pennsylvania.

Source of the world's most gigantic fortune, pumping wells in the oil country, Pennsylvania.

Source of the world's most gigantic fortune, pumping wells in the oil country, Pennsylvania.

Source of the world's most gigantic fortune, pumping wells in the oil country, Pennsylvania.

Fortune, William - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Fortune, J W - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Fortune, L - State: Ohio - Year: 1861

Fortune, Willis - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Fortune, William - State: [Blank] - Year: 1861

Fortune, Joseph F - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]