The chromolithographic series of Liebig comprises prints that were produced between the mid-19th century and the early 20th century. They were often issued as collectibles in sets of matching prints, which people could gather by purchasing Liebig's products. Each print frequently featured an illustration of a scene or theme, such as landscapes, historical events, scientific discoveries, cultural and folkloric elements, and, of course, depictions of food and the company's own product, the extract of meat.

The Liebig prints are of historical significance because they not only represent an intriguing piece of advertising history but also provide a representation of the cultural heritage and everyday aspects of life in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

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