Catchpenny print. Popular print with a version of the story of Klein Duimpje or Petit Poucet (Thumbling). ‘Duymken’ is born as small as a thumb, and his small size often brings him in danger. When he gets eaten by a cow, he miraculously escapes. He goes out into the forest and uses his small size to his advantage to steal food from a man sleeping under a tree.Schaarbeek, Hemeleers & Van Houter (1827 – 1894), numbered ‘No 57.’ in the top.