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C1. "The Tortoise and the Eagle." This parody of "The Eagle and the Turtle," is explained well by the card itself: "Bulgaria, having let herself be dragged into the war by Germany, will have to pay the penalty for her own rash ambition." Series title: "Aesop's Fables Up to Date." $11.17 as part of a complete set from Susan Brouwer, Hesperia, CA, through Ebay, July, '00. Extra exemplar for $11.25 from Carolyn Nimmer Dias through Ebay, March, '99. Extra for $10 from Barbumer6, Jenkintown, PA, through eBay, March, '04.


C2. "De Schildpad en de Arend." A parody of "The Eagle and the Turtle." See the adjacent English printing for the card's political application. Series title: "De Lessen van Aesopus op Onzen tijd Toegepast." Gift of Jerry McKevitt, Feb., '96.


C3. "A Tartaruga e a Aguia." A parody of "The Eagle and the Turtle." Portuguese. See the adjacent English printing for the card's political application. Series title: "As Fabulas de Aesopo Modernisadas." $25 from Dick Lightle, Shawnee, KS, Sept., '99.


C4. "La Tortuga y el Águila." Spanish. See the adjacent English printing for the card's political application. Series title: "Actualidad de Esopo." $14.25 from "Dittos," Grayland, WA, through Ebay, Feb., '02.