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Volksverhaaltype - AT 1615 - The Heller Thrown into Other's Money

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A rascal sees robbers dividing their booty. He puts a red string through his only coin (a heller) and slips it into the others' money. He claims the money as his, and says he has marked it with a heller having a red string through it. The robbers…

Volksverhaaltype - AT 1614* - A Clever Device

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The well the man has dug falls in. He throws his clothes into the hole and hides. People going to church think that the man is drowned and dig the well out. [K474].

Volksverhaaltype - AT 1613 - "Playing-Cards are my Calendar and Prayerbook."

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A soldier reproved for playing cards during church service answers thus and shows so cleverly the symbolic meanings of each of the cards that he receives a reward. [H603].

Volksverhaaltype - AT 1612 - The Contest in Swimming

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The swimmer takes a knapsack of provisions on his back. His rival is afraid and gives up. [K1761].

Volksverhaaltype - AT 1611 - Contest in Climbing the Mast

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The boy falls from the mast and lodges in the rigging: »You do the same thing!» The sailors are persuaded that he is an expert sailor. [K1762].

Volksverhaaltype - AT 1610 - To Divide Presents and Strokes

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The boy (peasant) promises the soldier what the king has promised to give him. The soldier receives a beating in place of the boy. [K187]. Cf. Types 1642, 1689.

Volksverhaaltype - AT 1605* - The Tax-Exempter

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The stallion serves the officer's mare and he is content.

Volksverhaaltype - AT 1600 - The Fool as Murderer

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The brothers put a he-goat in place of the body and thus save their brother. [H472.1, K661.1]. Cf. Type 1381B, C, E.

Volksverhaaltype - AT 1592B* - The Deceived Merchant

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While he is making calculations, he asks the age of his youngest daughter, the elder daughter, and the mother, and always adds this to the number that he has recorded. [J2035].

Volksverhaaltype - AT 1592A* - Counterfeit Money Burned up

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A priest who has lent money to a Jew, but will not lend to a farmer, on being reproached by the latter, says that the money he lent the Jew was »false». When the Jew gets to know this, he claims that as soon as he heard the money was false he…

Volksverhaaltype - AT 1592B - The Pot Has a Child and Dies

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A borrower returns a pot along with a small one saying that the pot has had a young one. The pots are accepted. He borrows the pot a second time and keeps it. He sends word that the pot has died. [J1531.3].

Volksverhaaltype - AT 1592A - The Transformed Golden Pumpkin

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The borrower of golden pumpkin returns a brass pumpkin and claims that the gold has turned to brass. The lender takes the borrower's son and returns with an ape. He claims that the boy has turned into an ape. [J1531.1].

Volksverhaaltype - AT 1592 - The Iron-eating Mice

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The trustee claims that mice have eaten the iron scales confided to him. The host abducts the trustee's son and says that a falcon has carried him off. [J1531.2].

Volksverhaaltype - AT 1591 - The Three Joint Depositors

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Money is left with a banker by three joint depositors. The money is to be delivered only on demand from all three. One of the men steals the money. The others sue the banker for the money. He agrees to deliver it when all three jointly demand it.…

Volksverhaaltype - AT 1590 - The Tresspasser's Defence

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With earth from his own property in his shoes, the man swears, when he is on his neighbor's land, that he is on his own. [J1161.3, K1917.1]. Cf. Types 859A, B, C, D.

Volksverhaaltype - AT 1589 - The Lawyer's Dog Steals Meat

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The lawyer tells the butcher that the dog's owner (himself) is liable for damages. He asks double the amount of the damages as fee. [K488].

Volksverhaaltype - AT 1588** - Cheater Caught by Seizing on his own Words

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Taking advantage of the careless remark made by the hungry son of a merchant (»each spoon of this food is worth a hundred rubles»), the innkeeper demands a large sum of money for the dinner. A clever man saves the situation by catching on the…

Volksverhaaltype - AT 1588* - The Unseen

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The judge asks the witness, »Did you see it?» The witness does something that is heard but not seen and then asks the judge, »Did you see it?».