German Nursery Rhymes. Franz Jüttner. Pretzel Bakery

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________________ Title: Backe, Backe Kuchen (Bake, Bake a Cake) Illustrated with Exceptional Chromolithograph Illustrations by Franz Jüttner Published ca. 1910

Published in Mainz, Germany by Jos. Scholz (Josef Scholz)

32 Pages. Every Page is Illustrated.

With 16 Pages of Color Illustrations, including 8 Full-Page Illustrations

German-Language

Above: In the Original Cover: A Cake and Pretzel / Brezel Baker

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Above: Each Page is Illustrated by Franz Jüttner.

With 16 Pages of Color Illustrations, including 8 Full-Page Illustrations

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A Baker Bakes Gugelhupf / Bundt Cakes

Above: Each Page is Illustrated by Franz Jüttner.

With 16 Pages of Color Illustrations, including 8 Full-Page Illustrations

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The Blacksmith

Above: Each Page is Illustrated by Franz Jüttner.

With 16 Pages of Color Illustrations, including 8 Full-Page Illustrations

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Above: Title Page

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Above: Each Page is Illustrated by Franz Jüttner.

With 16 Pages of Color Illustrations, including 8 Full-Page Illustrations

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Above: Each Page is Illustrated by Franz Jüttner.

With 16 Pages of Color Illustrations, including 8 Full-Page Illustrations

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Above: Each Page is Illustrated by Franz Jüttner.

With 16 Pages of Color Illustrations, including 8 Full-Page Illustrations

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Above: The Back Cover

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An Exceptional Book by Franz Jüttner

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Illustrated by Franz Jüttner:

Franz Jüttner (born 1865 - died 1926) was one of the great German illustrators and caricature artists of turn-of-the-century Germany.

Jüttner is remembered for illustrating numerous children's book. He illustrated the 1905 book Schneewittchen (Snow Witch), the fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm / die Gebrüder Grimm. That landmark edition of that fairy tale was later influential in the Americanization of that tale through the work of Walt Disney. That Schneewittchen was also published by this same publisher in Mainz, Germany: Josef Scholz.

Juettner also collaborated with Ludwig Bäte and Kurt Meyer-Rotermund in the 1923 book Das Nachtwächterbüchlein . (The Night Watch Book). Plus he worked with Julius Schlattmann in Der kleine Jäger (The Little Hunter). Plus he illustrated the 1912 book Er, Sie, Es (He, She, It), published in Berlin by Dr. Eysler.

Jüttner is also remembered for his caricature and poster art. He was one of the lead cartoon artists for the German Lustigen Blätter (Comic Papers)

Published in Mainz, Deutschland, by Josef Scholz:

This renowned German publishing house was founded in the 1790s in Wiesbaden, Germany. In 1829 the company moved to Mainz, and was directed by Christian Scholz. This company employed the best illustrators of that era, to create picture books / bilderbuch, children's literature, etc.

Other landmark books by this publisher include the 1849 Struwwelpeter and the ca. 1900 Jugendstihl / Art Nouveau book by Hans Schroedter Hans im Gluck (Hans in Luck).

This publisher, Josef Scholz, is also remembered as the father of the German conductor and composer Bernhard E. Scholz (born 1835 - died 1916). It was intended that he take over his father's printing business, Lithographische Druckerei und Verlag Jos. Scholz, but instead he became a musician.

Bernhard E. Scholz, (March 30, 1835 – December 26, 1916) was a German conductor, composer and teacher of music. He taught music at the Munich Conservatory and was court Kapellmeister in Zürich, Nuremberg and 1859-65 in Hanover.

The book's last page is a page of advertisments for other book by his Scholz publishing house, and includes a songbook by th...

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