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Binnelandse Africanen.
Binnelandse Africanen.
A. [Illegible] fecit.
[Dutch, c.1690.]
Copper engraving. Sheet 220 x 280mm, 8¾ x 11". Trimmed.
South Africa - Africans of the interior, indulging in cannibalism, with the recently-dismembered bottom half of a man. The cannibal on the left sucks on an intestine. In the background is a fort flying a Dutch flag and what looks like Table Mountain.
[Ref: 17501]   £260.00  
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[Two groups of African figures.]
[Two groups of African figures.] Durands Voyage [upper left.]
[Anon.]
[London: R. Phillips, 1816.]
Etching and aquatint, two images on a single leaf, sheet 210 x 125mm. 8¼ x 5". Trimmed to plate.
In total nine figures are numbered, identified in a key below each image; they include a 'Moorish' Prince and Princess, female slaves and a Senegalese priest. A costume plate from an English edition of Jean Baptiste Léonard Durand's 'Voyage au Senegal': 'A Voyage to Senegal; or, Historical, Philosophical, and Political Memoirs, Relative to the Discoveries, Establishments, and Commerce of Europeans in the Atlantic Ocean, from Cape Blanco to the River of Sierra Leone'. Durand was a director of the commercial 'Compagnie du Sénégal'.
[Ref: 22653]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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Habitation des Negres.  [&]  Mariage des Negres.
Habitation des Negres. [&] Mariage des Negres.
Freret pinxt. Colibert sculpt. 1795.
A Paris chez Depeuille, Md. dEstamps rue des Mathurins, aux deux Pilastres d'Or.
Rare pair of etchings with some stippling, each image approx. 340 x 450mm. 13½ x 17¾". Trimmed to plate.
Two large prints from a series of four illustrating the (perceived) customs of black Africans, by Nicholas Colibert after Louis Freret. The scenes show families together in everyday life and dancing in celebration with a poem under the title of each.
Paris:Musee de Quai Branly, John Carter Brown Library,
[Ref: 23170]   £2,500.00   view all images for this item
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The Missionary Received by an African Chief. West Africa.
The Missionary Received by an African Chief. West Africa.
Painted by the Church Missionary Society.
Kronheim & Co., London. [n.d. c.1890.]
Chromolithograph, rare. 319 x 450mm (12½ x 17¾"). Paper toning; chip to upper right corner; repaired tears.
A white Church Missionary rowed to the shore by African natives to meet their chief who stands on the shore with a welcome party.
[Ref: 30746]   £230.00  
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The Manner of the Negroes Espousals.
The Manner of the Negroes Espousals.
Engrav'd for the Universe Display'd.
[Printed by R. Goadby. 1777.]
Engraving. 159 x 102mm. 6¼ x 4".
Two negros meeting and marriage; the hold each others left-hand whilst covering their chest with their right.
[Ref: 24225]   £45.00   (£54.00 incl.VAT)
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