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    • 7" white plate from Sarreguemines, France 

      Unknown author (1930)
      The scene here makes a fascinating contrast with Grandville's original. This scene is busier, filling in all the gaps. That scene left room for picturing in the background the differing escape methods and their results. ...
    • 7" white plate from Sarreguemines, France 

      Unknown author (1930)
      This illustration uses Grandville for the basic form of the two rats and the egg, but changes the forest of the book engraving into a bit of vegetation and an opening through which the fox can peer at the scene. The work ...
    • 7" white plate from Sarreguemines, France 

      Unknown author (1930)
      The conception of the scene here has, by contrast with other plates in the series, nothing to do with Grandville's original. The plate presents a dark and busy scene. The scene itself, and particularly the tortoise are not ...
    • 7" white plate from Sarreguemines, France 

      Unknown author (1930)
      This is a really beautiful little black-and-white plate. It presents Grandville exquisitely!
    • 7" white plate from Sarreguemines, France 

      Unknown author (1930)
      As always with Grandville, some of the fun lies in the clothes with which these three dogs are done up. Now I start to ask myself how many plates there are in the set….
    • 7" white plate from Sarreguemines, France 

      Unknown author (1930)
      This illustration uses Grandville for the basic form of the raven but the rest of the scene is differently conceived. The briskly walking fox wears a cape and carries a hat.