This dragon is probably rather contemporary and mounted on a cottage from the 17th century called “Dragon cottage”.
On a bell tower belonging to an medieval church in the countryside.
On the top of an old town hall. The town hall opened 1744, which makes the two years – 1664 and 1720 – on the vane strange. I haven’t found any information on what these dates refer to.
On the top of an old bell tower belonging to yet another medieval church. Quite a naughty dragon considering its position.