“The plagiarist of Augsburg was Jobst de Necker, a printer and engraver, who in June 1539 issued his unauthorized edition of the Tabulae with better copies of the illustrations than Vesalius’ letter indicates. ... It is doubtful that he ever saw Necker’s plagiarisms, since, in fact, his copies are creditable and the dimensions of the illustrations not much reduced.” — C.D. O’Malley, 1964, p. 89. On plagiarisms of Vesalius’ Tabulae, see Lindberg, 1953; Choulant 1920; Cushing 1943, pp. 17-43.