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    • 1 circular The Fox and the Crow button, brass surrounded by metal studs 

      Unknown author (1890)
      The pattern is the same as that on the Wiedeman button of similar proportions, but the button comes from a different mold; that is, two artists worked from the same visual pattern to make two different metal casts. The ...
    • 1 circular The Fox and the Crow button, red tinted brass 

      Unknown author (1890)
      Though the image seems very famliar, I cannot place the button in Big Book of Buttons. The scene is basically the same as that on my two Monleón buttons. The button itself is of one-piece construction, with a metal eyelet ...
    • 1 numbered maxicard 

      Unknown author (1983)
      On the stamp, the fox merely looked at the tortoise. In this scene he raises his hand in greeeting. There the tortoise turned his head back to look at the resting hare. Here he glances at the hare but plods on. The tree ...
    • 1 numbered maxicard 

      Unknown author (1983)
      On the stamp, the fox looked right. In this scene he stands under the branches of the tree and looks left. He still holds one paw out expectantly. There is no longer a sun haloing the crow.
    • 1 Sheet of stamps 

      Unknown author (1983)
      My, the things one can find on Ebay! I had already learned to like this stamp. Now here was a chance to like it fifty times over! Abundanza!
    • 1 silver Wolf and the Crane button 

      Unknown author (1890)
      Identical with the bronze button described just above. Might this button be slightly larger than that? The silver buttons in this series are harder to read than the bronze.
    • 1 silver Wolf and the Crane button 

      Unknown author (1890)
      Identical with the bronze button described just above. Might this button be slightly larger than that? The silver buttons in this series are harder to read than the bronze.
    • 1 Stamp marked "Magyar Posta" 

      Unknown author (1983)
      The fox holds one paw out expectantly. The crow is nicely haloed with the sun. The cancellation mark looks like the last half of "Budapest."
    • 1 Stamp marked "Magyar Posta" 

      Unknown author (1983)
      The hare rests his head on one paw as he watches the turtle go by. I recognized this and the other two scenes in a group of fifty fairy-tale stamps pictured and offered on Ebay. I saw that I could get at least these three, ...
    • A 1 Track & Tennis v. Asphalt Maintenance, Inc. 

      Unknown author (1999)
      2000 Neb. App. LEXIS 187
    • 1 two-piece brass button 

      Unknown author (1890)
      Might this be someone's conception of the story of the two monks from Bidpai? In any case, there is a large stein or pitcher to the right of the right monk, who clearly holds a drinking vessel. As I study this button more ...
    • 1 two-piece brass button, 1 1/16" in diameter 

      Unknown author (1890)
      Might this be someone's conception of the story of the two monks from Bidpai? In any case, there is a large stein or pitcher to the right of the right monk, who clearly holds a drinking vessel. As I study this button more ...
    • 1 two-piece silver The Wolf and the Crane button 

      Unknown author (1890)
      Developed from J.J. Grandville's illustration, I believe, because the doctor's pan is visible near the wolf's back paw. The stance of the figures is that of Grandville's illustration. This and the following three buttons ...
    • 1 two-piece silver Wolf and the Crane button 

      Unknown author (1890)
      Developed from J.J. Grandville's illustration, I believe, because the doctor's pan is visible near the wolf's back paw. The stance of the figures is that of Grandville's illustration. This and the following three buttons ...
    • 1,000 Quaint Cuts 

      Tuer, Andrew White (Original: London: Field & Tuer, The Leadenhall Press, etc. Reprint: NY: Art Direction Book Company. London/NY[New York, 1886)
      The cuts really are quaint. Notice the wonderful, sharp detail in Mother Hubbard, for example, on 1-2. There may be three fable illustrations on 70-71. There are nothing but fable illustrations on 150-61. It is certainly ...
    • 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D in the pathogenesis of Barrett's esophagus and esophageal adenocarcinoma 

      Trowbridge, Ryan; Kizer, Robert T.; Mittal, Sumeet K.; Agrawal, Devendra K. (2013)
    • 1. Mesial (Sagittal) Section through the Head 

      Bardeleben, K.H.; Haeckel, E. (1906)
    • 10 Najljepsih Bajki: I Knjiga (10 Most Beautiful Fairy Tales, Volume I) 

      Naumovski, Angel (Association "Theater, Visual Arts and Culture of the Deaf - Palm", CroDeafWeb & Video. Zagreb, 2005)
      This landscape-formatted pamphlet is the first of a two volume set, along with two pal DVDs. This first volume contains five stories: "Little Red Riding Hood"; "Puss in Boots" ; "The Ugly Duckling" ; "Snow White and the ...