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Barbet Dagobert was Trained to Pay Suppliers and Return with Receipts

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Jacques Onfroy de Breville

<p>Jacques Marie Gaston Onfray de Breville, known as JOB (1858-1931). Illustration from the Book 'A la gloire des btes' (To the Glory of Animals), text by A. Fabre, drawings by Job, Editeur Maison Alfred Mame et Fils. The barbet Dagobert (in a barracks in Paris, it is trained to pay suppliers and bring the receipt). Private Collection. C18320 / Jacques Marie Gaston Onfray de Breville dit JOB ( 1858 - 1931 ) / Illustration extraite de l' ouvrage A la gloire des betes texte de A. Fabre , dessins de Job , editeur Maison Alfred Mame et fils : Le barbet Dagobert ( dans une caserne a Paris dresse pour payer les fournisseurs et de rapporter la quittance ) / Coll. Part. (c18320) (Josse Collection/Collection Christophel/Everett Collection)</p>

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