A sheet to be cut into a flip-book?
310173 GAMES Maker: Camille Burckardt’s successors, Weissenburg (Alsace). Two rows of circles in groups of two are rolling upon each other. They are divided in two colored halves, one in black and blue, the other in yellow and green. Below that, also in two rows, a man with a blackened face and a small red cap pokes out his huge tongue and hauls it back in again. The sheet was probably intended to be cut into a flip-book. Stencil-colored lithography. 380x489 mm. Backs: Plain. Circa 1900.
The company was extant under the name of „Druck u. Verlag v. C. Burckardt’s Nachf., Weissenburg (Elsass)“, i.e. Printed and published by C. Burckardt’s succ., Weissenburg (Alsace), from 1889 till 1906. C. Burckardt had taken over Wentzel’s factory in 1880 and run it until his death at the end of 1888.
A few small marginal tears and a faint defect in the white margin, very good conservation.
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