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Plate I p.154: (A native playing the flute in Batavia / Djakarta on Java, Indonesia.).
Antique print, titled: 'Alfouras en grand Costume, Instruments de Musique - 67, Borneo', A man in festive costume (with feathered spear and shield), and music instruments.
Antique print, titled: 'Armes, Instruments et Ustensiles - 15, Oceanie', Weapons, musical instruments and utensils: a trident, a kris with sheath, gongs and a string instrument. Location: non specified Oceania.
Antique print, titled: 'Danse de Nuit - 202, Archipel de Tonga', A Night Dance on Tonga, with several men with torches seated around a dancing group of women surrounding a circle beating a rhythm on the ground with large sticks.
Antique print, titled: 'Jeux de jeunes filles - 203, Archipel de Tonga', Four young women, one dancing, another juggling, the two others also revelling. Indigenous people of Tonga.
Antique print, titled: 'Jeune Demoiselle touchant la Harpe - 46, Dilly, ile Timor', A young woman plays harp for three other women.
Plate: 'Calaminhans eer pracht.' (Calaminhan honour luster.) On this plate: 1. Kings servants. 2. Music players and dancers. 3. Golden bed. 4. the Calaminhan / Kalaminhan, 5, his wives. 6. Silver arcades. 8. Kings court tower. Very rare.
Antique print, titled: 'Coupang: Ile Timor. Divers Costumes.' - ('Coupang, Timor Island. Various costumes'). Three figures in the native dress of the Indonesian island Timor. A young woman plays a harp-like instrument while another brings a bowl of soup to the third figure.
Antique print, untitled. A procession in the streets of a Japanese village. A large gong is repeatedly beaten by a servant, thus calling the people out of their houses to hear an announcement being read to them.
Antique print, titled: 'Japansche kamerspeelders.' - ('Japanese musicians'). Four chamber musicians are playing on native instruments outside.
Antique print, titled: 'Negros playing upon kalabasses.' - This plate shows a black skinned people playing gourd instruments, Indonesia. It originally accompanied J. Nieuhof's account of his 'Voyages and Travels to the East-Indies' in the 17th century. Johan Nieuhof (1618-1672) was a Dutch traveller who wrote about his journeys to Brazil, China, India and...