Catchpenny print. Popular print telling the story of the valet Hendrik and the maid Anna who marry and have three children. Despite their poverty and debts, they take three (rich) strangers into their house, for which they are rewarded so that they can live in prosperity.The verses at the top mention that those who want to learn more about Hendrik and Anna can read the book: Hendrik en Anna, een leerzame geschiedenis, tot nut van ‘t algemeen by Pieter Hartman (1792 and 1793), published by the Maatschappij tot Nut van ’t Algemeen, founded in 1784. This book’s story was adapted for the current print, which was also published with the seal ‘Tot nut van ‘t algemeen. In the nineteenth century, the woodblocks for this print were reused to create a children’s book Prentenboek tot Vermaak en Onderwijs voor kinderen, completing the story’s lifecycle from book to print to book (De Meyer p. 518).On verso in ink: ‘Lyda johanna mijnschuller’.Amsterdam, Johannes Bouwer (1805 – 1808), address mentioned on the print: ‘Gedrukt ter Bijbel-drukkerij van Johannes Bouwer, te Amsterdam, op de Roozegragt, No. 170’; lettered ‘V’ in upper right corner.