While it is not impossible that the sectioning of the cartridges on this "Art Work" was done by Reinhold Peschke, they are not done in the same fashion as those on his chart ""Sonderpatronen im Kaliber 9 x 19," which pictures 58 - 9 mm Para cartridges sectioned down to the base, with the heads left full (I suppose originally intended to retain the entire headstamp, which I myself actually much prefer to rounds sectioned right thru the head, unless the intent is to show the primer contruction), whereas the two pictures shown on the link given on this thread show the two cartridges sectioned clear thru the head. So, they are not the identical cartridges or photos.
The price, of course, is absurd. While larger than the Peschke chart, and perhaps printed to a slightly higher quality, I believe I got my chart of Peschke's work for something like five bucks at a St. Louis Meeting, as I recall. It is not, by any means, a poor quality reproduction either. The photography is very good as is the printing, clearly showing the contruction of the rounds pictured.
I was not able to find any picture of the full chart in question on this thread, on the posted link. Only two cartridges. In one of the comments, it is said that the two pictures are somewhere on the IAA Website, but I could not find them.