Funfzig Fabeln für Kinder, Nebst einem ernsthaften Anhange

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1845?
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I cannot find this edition in Bodemann. Its images seem not to follow the edition I have marked as 1852? For example, the first illustration's crow looks right, as it seems to in most Speckter editions. The binding has all but given way on this lovely older book! The book is done in Gothic Script. Its cover has a proliferation of white figures on a black background. By contrast with some early editions, this book presents stories and illustrations on both sides of its pages. From what I can gather, this edition would belong somewhere in Bodemann #277. The fifty fables, but not their pages, are numbered. The pages are numbered, starting afresh, in the appendix.
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Friedrich Andreas Perthes
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