Note by Ekaterina Oleshkevich: as Yaari explained, this frame was first used by the Amsterdam printer Joseph Athias in 1677. The scene pictured on the wings of the eagle depicts Joseph and Jacob descending to Egypt and features a hint at the printer's name - Joseph. Afterwards, his son, Immanuel, used this frame for the books he printed. However, it was imitated frequently by other printers in different places (see Abraham Yaari. Hebrew Printer's Marks. Jerusalem, 1943. P. 149-150).
O | Ornamentation: | Architectural frame
H | Heraldic composition | Supporters | Two Putti
C | Columns | Columns with vine and clusters of grapes
E | Eagle | Eagle accompanied by the verse 'and how I bare you on eagles' wings, and brought you unto myself' (Ex. 19: 4) | Eagle with depiction of the Israelites as the representation of the verse ' and how I bare you on eagles' wings, and brought you unto myself' (Ex. 19: 4)
J | Joseph | Joseph meeting Jacob