Caricature of Moritz Mohl at a lectern during the 1848 Frankfurt Parliament, as other members of parliament approach him in anger. At the Frankfurt Parliament, Mohl argued against legal equality for Jews; he was constantly interrupted by other members of the assembly. Caricature by Alfons von Boddien. Lithograph printed Frankfurt am Main: Eduard Gustav May.
Black-and-white lithograph depicting a Jewish peddler and Gabriel Riesser, member of the Frankfurt Parliament, discussing the "imperial wig." In German, the text reads: --Jude: "Dau sehe Se ä Mohl! Herr Docter, ebbes Rores a blonde Perück die ganz allan steht." --Dr: "Nun was nützt die alte Scharteke?" --Jude: "Verzeihe Se Herr Dr. Sie is noch kan 40 Johr alt und hot uns sehr genützt." In English, the text reads : --Jew: "Now, look at Mohl! Doctor, it's a rare thing to see a blond wig standing on its own." --Dr.: "Now, of what use is old thing?"-- Jew: "Forgive me, Doctor. It's not even 40 years old and has been very useful for us." The text references Moriz Mohl who, at the Frankfurt Parliament, argued against legal equality for Jews. Printed Frankfurt am Main: Lith. Anst. V. Ed. Gust. May.