Two popular prints with soldiers in the Austrian and French army.The print of the Austrian army shows at the top three members of the cavalry, and at the bottom 7 nearly identical members of the infantry with a commander. The verses in the centre highlight their courage and patriotism: “Vooruit dan, legerschaar van dapp’ren, Ten strijd voor Vorst en Vaderland, Daar Waar Radetzky’s vaandewappren Waar windischgratz zijn aad’laar pland.”The print of the French army is also divided into two rows. At the top are 4 members of the cavalry, of which two are mounting their horse, one is blowing a trumpet, and the fourth spurs on his prancing horse. Again the bottom row is made up of 7 identical members of the infantry and one commander. Den Bosch, Lutkie & Cranenburg (1848 – 1881), numbered ‘No. 13’ and ‘No. 14’.