The source of the lions with three differing mottos is Daniel de La Feuille's Devises et Emblèmes, first published in Amsterdam in 1691. De la Feuille (1640-1709) was a French Huguenot publisher, who fled to Holland in 1683 to escape religious persecution. His Devises et Emblèmes were published in Germany in 1693, 1697, 1702 and 1704 with higher quality engravings than the Dutch edition. Not surprisingly, the scenes on this tankard were taken from one of the later German editions.
The scenes and mottos are:
The Sleeping Lion - Cor Vigilat - His Heart Watches.
The Seated Lion with Sceptre - Quis Auseret - Who Is to Take It from Me?
The Standing Lion - Animus cum Robore Mixtus - Courage Mixed with Strength.