After having been published ca. 1488 in Heidelberg and again ca. 1492 in Mainz, Der todten dantz mit figuren vnd schrifften was published once more in Munich ca. 1520. The published was Johann Schobsser. who used two sets of type that are not attested before 1515 respectively 1519.
The sequence of dancers is the same as the "logical" one that was introduced in the 1492-edition, except that the nobleman has swapped places with the knight.
The printer has abandoned the oversized initials, so this edition has more room for the text. There are many small and big changes, E.g.: »gott« is often replaced by »got der herr«, and »nu« with »yetzundt«.
A few lines are wholly rewritten. The chapter about the man who died unprepared has been expanded with 8 lines, and another 6-lined verse has been added which begins: »Merckendt jr frawen vnd jr mann«.
The woodcuts are the same as in the previous editions except that the last one with the cemetery must have disappeared so instead the introductory woodcut with the man who died unexpectedly is used twice.
The woodcuts are cropped differently. In the editions from 1488/1492, the figures are often too tall for the frames. Like for instance the image to the left, where the pope's crown is protruding. In the edition from 1520 (top, left) there's vertical space enough but the image has been cropped in both sides.
The book was reprinted in 1925, but for inscrutable reasons the publisher writes, erroneously, that it is a reprint of »der Mainzer Ausgabe vom Ende des 15. Jahrhunderts«, i.e. the 1492-edition. See external link.
Note: The sequence is that of the 1488-edition: