1920? "Le Renard, le Loup et le Cheval." 4 (?) Deposé. €4 at the Paris Post Card Exhibition, Jan., '04.

Apparently a copy of an oil painting showing the horse kicking the wolf as the latter was about to read what was supposed to be on the horse's hoof. Spector translates the verses on the card's picture side this way: "The Wolf, all flattered by this address,/Drew near, but his vain foolishness/Cost him four teeth. The Horse, with no further debate,/Gave him a kick and off he ran. So there was Wolf prostrate,/In deplorable shape, a bloody mess." The verso is blank, the card unused.