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The Fox and the Crane, from 'Baby's Own Aesop'

Crane, Walter, 1900, Publisher's print
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The Fox and the Crane, from 'Baby's Own Aesop'
The Fox and the Crane, from 'Baby's Own Aesop'
The Fox and the Crane, from 'Baby's Own Aesop'
The Fox and the Crane, from 'Baby's Own Aesop'
Library Item
40053
The Fox and the Crane, illustrated page from 'Baby's Own Aesop'
The page is divided and decorated with palmette motifs. On the left, a fox licks soup out of a high-rimmed plate and a crane watches on, napkin in one foot. The picture is mirrored on the right hand side, only here the crane is dining from a long-necked bottle, and the fox is licking the outside. The rhyme reads:
"The Fox and the Crane

You have heard how Sir Fox treated Crane:
With soup in a plate. When again
They dined, a long bottle
Just suited Crane's throttle;
And Sir Fox licked the outside in vain.

There are games that two can play at."
1900
17.8 x 18.8 cm
Publisher's print
Art and Design Library
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