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Plate 40 ; 'Afteeckeninghe van de Koningh te Bali sittende op sijn Waghen'. (Depiction of the King of Bali sitting in his coach.) This plate shows the king of Bali in a coach drawn by two cows.
Plate: 'A Carrying Chaire'. This plate shows a Chinese carrying chair or sedan made of bambu.
Plate 45: 'Japonais voyageant a cheval au litiere et dans leurs navires. - Chariot magnifiques pour les dames nobles du Japon tirez par des boeufs. - Fayfena ou Brigantin des Japonais, dont la proue est comme la tete d'un elephant. Satyri sylvestris, Orang Outang dicti.'
Plate Ib p.200: (Ferry over the Tjidoerian near Tjikandi on Java, Indonesia).
Plate II p.32: (Flooding near Tagal, Dessa near the Tagal river on Java, Indonesia).
Plate II p.90: (Carriage ride in Magelang on Java, Indonesia).
Antique print, untitled. An oriental man in a small carriage pulled a team of oxen. A driver directs the beasts.
Antique print, untitled. An Indian nobleman and woman in a sedan chair. They are preceded by dancers and musicians.
Antique print, untitled. An Indian nobleman in a sedan chair carried by servants. He is preceded by a banner bearer, guards and dignitaries.
Antique print, titled: 'Japan, Het vervoer van voorname Europeesche reizigers.' - Japan, the transport of major European travelers.
Plate: 'Beschryving van de vijf-jarige verschijning des Koninks van Arakan, die met groote pragt en heerlikheyt geschiet.' (View of the 5 yearly appearance of the King of Arrakan, with great beauty and display.) Arrakan, present day Burma in 1660.
Plate I p.36: (Native 'koelies' or carriers in Batavia / Djakarta on Java, Indonesia.).
Plate: 'Melik Ambar, un miserable esclave, Protecteur du Royaume de Decan. - Magnificence du Gouverneur a Suratte. - Cavelier du Grand mogol a pompeux equipage.'Malik Ambar (1549-1626) was an Ethiopian born in Harar, sold as a child by his parents due to poverty and rose to the level of Prime Minister of the Ahmadnagar Sultanate in India. Extremely rare...
Antique print, titled: 'In China.' - In China, Sail Barrow, ferry, toy merchant Graves in the country, wooden bridge, market, coffee shop, opium smokers, a city street.
Antique print, titled: 'Japansche haanen wonderlyk vervoert.' - ('Japanese roosters curiously transported'). Several Japanese horsemen arrive at a boat moored at the edge of a river. The text explains the Japanese carried roosters on the backs of their horses in wicker baskets, and sometimes carried them.
Antique print, titled: 'Groote Staatsie der Kaisarlyke Nicht.' - ('Large procession of the Emperor's Niece'). The image shows a small carriage drawn by two oxen and led by a servant. This carriage was a noblewoman's carriage.
Antique print, untitled. A Japanese noblewoman transported in a pushed rickshaw or jinrikisha.
Antique print, titled: 'For Francis Forbes of the Citty of London (…)' - This original old antique print shows a 17th century port scene; goods are being unloaded from a boat.