This is a small collection of pillories and other pictures of historical shaming devices in Austria and Germany and elsewhere that can be found via google-search:
Man and woman undergoing public exposure for attempted double love suicide (not adultery!) in Japan, from: “Sketches of Japanese Manners and Customs”, by J. M. W. Silver, Illustrated by Native Drawings, Reproduced in Facsimile by Means of Chromo-lithography, published in London, 1867.”
Public exposure for attempted double love suicide in Japan, from: “Japanese export paintings : unknown Japanese artist. Doshisha University Library Call No. 721.83?J9104.”
Public exposure of two monks and gokumon (exposure of severed head) in Japan, from: “Japanese export paintings : unknown Japanese artist. Doshisha University Library Call No. 721.83?J9104.”
Gotischer Pranger (frühes 16. Jahrhundert) auf dem Marktplatz von Schwäbisch Hall
Halseisen am Ilmenauer Rathaus
Braine-le-Château (Belgium), the pillory and the Bailli House.
Pillory at Poznan
pillory at Mons (Belgium) Place du chapitre
Pillory at Presencio, Spain
The pillory at Charing Cross as drawn by Augustus Pugin and Thomas Rowlandson for Ackermann’s Microcosm of London (1808-11).
Pillory at Gaasbeek, NL
Pillory at Barcelos, Portugal