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Engraving Of Aesops Fables Featured Aesop Print

Engraving Of Aesops Fables

Engraving of characters from a Aesop's Fables in Reinike Fox before King Lion based on the Wolfgang Von Goethe poem Reinike Fox, where the fox outwits the king, circa 1840-1860. (Photo by Archive Photos/Getty Images)

© 2013 Getty Images

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Cartoon, Keep your mouth shut, WW1 Featured Aesop Print

Cartoon, Keep your mouth shut, WW1

Cartoon, Keep your mouth shut -- a new take on a fable of Aesop during the First World War, where the fox will never be able to get the crow to open his mouth and drop the nice piece of cheese! Date: 1916

© Mary Evans Picture Library

1916, 1st, Aesop, Animal, Animals, Baionnette, Beak, Bird, Birds, Black, Cartoon, Cartoons, Cheese, Confidential, Crow, Crows, Cunning, Drop, Fable, Food, Fox, Foxes, France, French, Great, Historical, History, Information, La, Mouth, New, Notice, Open, Piece, Quiet, Shut, Sly, Stop, Talk, Talking, Tree, Trick, Trickery, War, Warning, Wartime, World, Ww1, Wwi, Zip

WWI - The (German) Fox and the (Allied) Grapes Featured Aesop Print

WWI - The (German) Fox and the (Allied) Grapes

The Fox and the Grapes - A Hungry Fox, finding that he could not reach some tempting bunches of ripe grapes, declared that they were sour and that he did not want them... The Germans after their armies had vainly attempted to reach Paris, Calais, Petrograd and Verdun, tried to pretend that these were not their objects. (text from card reverse) A fine piece of allegorical WWI propaganda. Date: circa 1916

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection