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    Posted 12 years ago

    lisaoram
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    This scrapbook was sent to my grandfather from Jakob Weber from Germany many years ago, which was handed down to my mother and then onto me. I always found it very interesting as I was growing up and I kept a watchful eye out for it when both mom and dad passed. In what research I have been able to do I found out there is a school named after him and that he has published a few books. The scrapbook is filled with very intricate silhouttes of animals and children as well as Christmas cards one which is signed by Jakob Weber. There are also Easter Cards.

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    1. flowerrose, 12 years ago
      The bird on thorns reminds me of "The Nightingale & the Rose" by Oscar Wilde. Lovely piece of history to own.

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