Peter Schneider, a hawker who walked from door to door trying to sell braces, laces and newspapers. His nickname comes from a certain diesease he suffered from; a form of neuropathy which affected his way of walking, causing strange looking movements of his limbs. People were reminded of caoutchouc and therefore named him 'rubber'.
Three monograms and: WKaspers
- Waldemar Kaspers,
German stone sculptor
Sources & Information
Location (N 50°21'42" - E 7°35'46")
Item Code: derp230; Photograph: 1 November 2015
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