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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: 'Costume de fiance et de fiancee Javanais - 25, Java', Costumes of a betrothed couple on Java.
Antique print, titled: 'Costumes de chefs Papouas du Havre Dory - 220, Papouasie', Costumes of the Papua chiefs of Dory harbour (New Guinea), focusing on their head and upper body.
Antique print, titled: 'Chapeau Chinois, Armes et Ustensiles - 50, Timor', A Chinese conical hat, weapons and utensils.
Antique print, titled: 'Javanais de Classe commune, Homme de cour, Homme de Guerre, Ronguin ou Danseuse - 24, Java', Javanese commoners, a courtier, a warrior and a female Ronggeng dancer.
Antique print, titled: 'Masques et Costumes Theatrals de Java - 16, Oceanie', Masks and wayang puppets from Java.
Antique print, titled: 'Les chefs de Chongui et Touai, l'un en costume National, l'autre en costume Europeen - 181, Nouvelle-Zeeland', Chongui and Touai Maori chiefs, one in traditional dress, the other in European dress.
Antique print, titled: 'Costumes - 44, Ile Timor', Timorese costumes, including one of a mounted warrior.
Antique print, titled: 'Costumes de Guerriers - 59, Iles Celebes', Warrior costumes of the island Celebes (or Sulawesi) in Indonesia.
Plate: 'Indiaense kleedingen.' (East Indian dress.) In this court scene a variety of East Indian / SE-Asian dress can be seen: 1. Court in Peking, China. 2. Chinese. 3. Japanese / Japan. 4. Tatar/Tartar cavalry. 5. Chinese soldier. 6. Siamese / Siam. 7. Makassar / Sulawesi. 8. Javanese / Java. 9. Malayians / Malaysia. 10. Mandarin greetings. 12. Pleasure...
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, titled: 'Ile Timor.' - ('Timor Island'). Full-length portrait of a native female from the Indonesian island Timor.
Antique print, titled: 'Habits of Japonese.' - Two figures dressed in Japanese clothing.
Antique print, titled: 'The Laplander.' - An inhabitant of Lapland standing beside a domesticated reindeer. A hut in the background.
Antique print, untitled. Six South American figures: a Spanish woman from Quito, a distinguished native woman, a native barber, an old widow from Quito and a native farmer.
Antique print, titled: 'Kleeding der Japansche Heeren.' - ('Clothing of Japanese gentlemen'). The image shows a Japanese couple in characteristic costume (kimono). A second man is turned away from the viewer (to illustrate the rear of the man's costume).
Antique print, titled: 'Het prachtig Gewaad eens Japansche Mevrouw.' - ('The splendid robe of a Japanese lady'). Five female figures outside a building.
Antique print, titled: 'De dragt eens gemeinen Japanschen burger.' - ('The dress of a regular Japanese citizen'). A man and woman stand side by side, each in their respective dress.
Antique print, titled: 'Dragt der Voorname Japanders.' - ('Costume of distinguished Japanese'). A distinguished gentleman with two servants and two other figures.
Antique print, titled: 'Dragt der Eilanders op Bungo.' - ('Costume of the islandfolk of Bungo'). Bungo is now known as the Aito province in southern Japan. The image shows a couple of man and woman. The man holds a spear. A second couple in the background.
Antique print, titled: 'Kleeding der Japansche visschers.' - A couple of Japanese fishermen (man and woman).
Antique print, titled: 'Een Japansche Juffrouw.' - A Japanese miss. Several young Japanese women in kimono.
Antique print, titled: 'Ceremonies du Mariage. Ceremonie van haer Trouwen.' - ('Marriage Ceremonies'). Bride, Groom, priest, and parents are all identified, as is the bride's idol. Musicians and soldiers are persent, as well as cart with money. A small fire burns in which the bride burns toys.
Antique print, titled: 'Een Rouw-dragende Japander.' - ('Japanese mourning dress'). A woman and her daughter in mourning attire. Several other robed and hooded figures present.