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Part 6. The Wishing-Table - The valiant little Taylor - Wolf and the 7 goats - Reynard the Fox.


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The Wishing-Table, the Gold-Ass, and the Cudgel in the Sack.

'The Wishing-Table, the Gold-Ass, and the Cudgel in the Sack' is a German fairytale by the Brothers Grimm. The original German name is 'Tischlein deck dich, Goldesel und Knüppel aus dem Sack'.

The images on this magic lantern slides were taken from the children's book 'Mein Erstes Märchenbuch', Verlag Wilh. Effenberger, Stuttgart, end of the 19th century. Illustrations by Heinrich Leutemann and Carl Offterdinger.

Manufacturer of the slides is Hüttig A.G., Dresden, Germany.

The cardboard box at the right comes from the Dutch retailer; it has a label on the cover 'GEKLEURDE LANTAARNPLATEN' (coloured magic lantern slides) and a small label at the side 'No. 30 Tafeltje dek je. (6)'.


Tapferes Schneiderlein - The valiant little tailor.
Other English titles: "The Brave Little Tailor" or "The Gallant Tailor". Another German fairytale by the Brothers Grimm tale number KHM 20.
The images on this magic lantern slides were probably also taken from the children's book '
Mein Erstes Märchenbuch', Verlag Wilh. Effenberger, Stuttgart, end of the 19th century. Illustrations by Heinrich Leutemann and Carl Offterdinger.

Manufacturer of the slides is Hüttig A.G., Dresden, Germany, serial# .
A tailor is preparing to eat some jam, but when flies settle on it, he kills seven of them with one blow of his hand. He makes a belt describing the deed, reading "Seven at One Blow". Inspired, he sets out into the world to seek his fortune. The tailor meets a giant who assumes that "Seven at One Blow" refers to seven men. The giant challenges the tailor: 'Do you really think you can beat seven giants at one blow?!'
 
The Wolf and the Seven Young Goats.
(German: Der Wolf und die sieben jungen Geißlein) is a fairy tale collected by the Brothers Grimm, tale number 5, published by Theobald & Co, England in their Theobald transfer slide sets.



In the Netherlands published as a set of 6 slides packed in a cardboard box similar to the box at the top of this page. It has a label on the cover 'GEKLEURDE LANTAARNPLATEN' (coloured magic lantern slides) and a small label at the side 'No. 35 De wolf en de zeven geitjes. (6)'.
 


The set was published in the Netherlands in a blue cardboard box labelled 'GEKLEURDE LANTAARNPLATEN'.
Reynard the Fox (First series).
Reintje de Vos (deel 1).

Set of twelve magic lantern  slides published by Theobald & Co. in their Theobald transfer slide sets, number 93.


 
     
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