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Mahee Contrafactur des Tuchishen Kansers Ibrahims Sohn und der Sultanin seiner Mutter welches in dem Seetzeffen von denen Maltese Ritterm gesangen und nach Malta gebracht worden.
Mahee Contrafactur des Tuchishen Kansers Ibrahims Sohn und der Sultanin seiner Mutter welches in dem Seetzeffen von denen Maltese Ritterm gesangen und nach Malta gebracht worden. Hosmanus Imperatoris Ibrahim Filius.
[1707.]
Rare engraving. Sheet: 300 x 190mm (11¾ x 7½''). Trimmed, worm hole and staining.
The portrait of a young boy thought to be Ozman, the son of Ottoman Emperor Ibrahim I. An Ottoman convoy travelling from Constantinople was attacked in 1644 by the Knights Hospitaller of Malta, the ship was filled with pilgrims headed for Mecca. Historians have since disputed whether the boy captured was actually the son of Sultan Ibrahim I. From 'Theatrum Europeaum' 1707 by Johann Peter Lotichius.
[Ref: 49711]   £220.00  
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Vera Effigies Turcorum Imperatoris Ibrahim  Filii, et Sultanæ, Eiusdem Matris.
Vera Effigies Turcorum Imperatoris Ibrahim Filii, et Sultanæ, Eiusdem Matris. Sub pugna Nauali ab Equitibus Melitensibus captorum, inq Insulam Melitensem ab ductorum.
[1707.]
Engraving. Sheet: 300 x 190mm (11¾ x 7½''). Damaged.
A portrait of a Ottoman woman, thought at the time to be wife of Sultan Ibrahim I. An Ottoman convoy travelling from Constantinople was attacked in 1644 by the Knights Hospitaller of Malta, the ship was filled with pilgrims headed for Mecca. Historians have since disputed whether the woman captured was actually the wife of Sultan Ibrahim I. From 'Theatrum Europeaum' 1707 by Johann Peter Lotichius.
[Ref: 49710]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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