Men at Work at the Balearic Islands
|Puerto de Soller (MA), II.2007;
pict. G. De Knijf
|This man comes from Spain. He has the same bad habit of planting
his foot in the heap. Unless he's doing his own shoe cleaning,
he's asking for trouble with his wife.
It's the old design with two heaps and a man wearing a cap. This kind is in Spain (and perhaps here also), currently being replaced by the modern H1-type. You can read more about the H-types in Argentina.
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