Hermes from a copy of the Splendor Solis
Thoth as the Scribe of Truth from the Papyrus of Taukherit ~1075 - 945 BCE.
The Hermetic Silence from Symbolicarum questionum quinque ~1555
Mercury rules Virgo from De Sphaera ~15th century
A woodcut of Hermes Trismegistus from De chemica Senioris ~1566
An emblem from The Hermetical Triumph ~1723.
The second of the gold tablets of Pyrgi, written in Etruscan, it translates to :
“That temple and these Hermes idols are dedicated to Uni-Astre, built by the clanspeople.Tiberius Velianas the pleasing aedicula has given.That burial of his own by these priests with idols was encircled.For three years [in the month of] Churvar, with Her burnt offerings, with idols [it was] buried.During the reign of the chief, in Her hand [he] would be brought forth (ie: Uni-Astre gave him authority to rule).And with these Hermes idols, the year(s) shall endure as the stars.”
Spigel Der Kunst und Natur. Cabala, Speculum Artis et Naturae in Alchymia by Stephan Michelspacher ~1654
The Emerald Tablet of Hermes Trismestigus.