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A fox-trap in the forest: a dead fox in a trap which kills by releasing weights on to the victim. Etching by M.E. Ridinger after J.E. Ridinger.
- Ridinger, Johann Elias, 1698-1767.
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Aug[ustae] Vind[elicorum] [Augsburg] : [publisher not identified]
1 print : etching, with engraving ; image 20.9 x 34.8 cm
Brech-Falle vor einen Fuchsen gericht. Joh. El. Ridinger inv. et del. Mart. El. Ridinger sculps. Aug. Vind.
Wellcome Library no. 39296i
Parts of the trap are given letters A-K for identification
Six lines of lettering in German elaborate on the art of building fox-traps
Bears number (in pencil) bottom left : T.87