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With over 17 million page images and 130,000 titles, EEBO Online is an exhaustive repository of "virtually every work printed in England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and British North America ... from 1473-1700.
The CAEP is a catalog of with over 16,000 entries from library holdings of engravings from the 1700s to 1820 that "reveal many aspects of the history and culture of the United States" through portraits, views, political cartoons, and illustrations.
As the name implies, this database contains prints and book illustrations published in early modern Britain until the year 1700. It has several thousand printed images that are fully searchable by producer, person depicted, and subject.
A section of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL), a division of the American Library Association (ALA), the RBMS is a valuable resource for professionals who work with rare books and special collections.