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Deutsch: „Auf die Mensur“, Darstellung einer Mensur auf Korbschläger zwischen dem Corps Saxo-Borussia Heidelberg (links mit den Farben weiß-grün-schwarz-weiß und weißen Mützen) und dem Corps Vandalia Heidelberg (rechts mit den Farben gold-rot-gold und roten Mützen), mit gebeugten Knien die beiden Sekundanten, in der Mitte der Unparteiische
English: "Up to the mensur". Depiction of a "mensur", the traditional German academic fencing with sharp blades, using "Korbschläger", a specific weapon developed for that purpose, between the members of different student corps: Corps Saxo-Borussia Heidelberg (left, colours white-green-black-white, wearing white caps) and Corps Vandalia Heidelberg (right, colours gold-red-gold, wearing red caps), the seconds with bended knees, in the centre the referee
Date about 1900


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