07083. Africa Costume of Moroccan Female 1782

Hog, Alexander (publisher) two part print the first titled A female Habit much used in And the second A Female of Marocco Engraved by Morris for Millar's New Complete & Universal System of Geography published 1782/3. Depicting two women in their native clothing. Copper engraved with full margins and modestly decorative frame. Lightly soiled with good margins generally in Very Fine condition. 366mm x 233mm

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07095. New Zealand Tattoo Face 1782

Hog, Alexander (publisher) Two sections on one page. Upper frame titled A curiously Arched Rock on the Coast of New Zealand And lower one A New Zealand Chief whose head is ingeniously Tatawed and a Subaltern Warrior of the same Country. Engraved by Page for Millar's New Complete & Universal System of Geography published 1782/3. Modest frame depicting on lower left elaborate face tattoo. Copper engraved with lightly soiled and intact good margins. Generally in good condition. 366mm x 233mm

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07088. Russia Costume of Moscovite Woman 1782

Hog, Alexander (publisher) Habit of a Moscovite Woman and Arms and Dress of a Calmock Engraved W. Grainger for Millar's New Complete & Universal System of Geography published 1782/3. Depicting a woman in the native clothing of Russia and a Calmock or Calmuc Tartar who originate from the area that lies between Siberia and the Caspian-sea. Copper engraved with full margins and modestly decorative double frame. Lightly soiled with good margins generally in Very Fine condition. 366mm x 233mm

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07090. Indian Customs Mourning a Husband 1782

Hog, Alexander (publisher) An Indian Woman burning herself on the Death of her Husband Engraved by Walker and drawn by Wale for Millar's New Complete & Universal System of Geography published 1782/3. Depicting customs and ritual of Indian cultures. Copper engraved with full margins clean copy in excellent condition. 366mm x 233mm

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07091. Indian Customes Couple Swinging 1782

Hog, Alexander (publisher) A Diversion of Swinging practised by the principal people in India Engraved by Walker and drawn by Wale for Millar's New Complete & Universal System of Geography published 1782/3. Elaborate frame and title cartouche. Reminiscent of the Kama sutra. Depicting married couple on swing. Customs and ritual of Indian cultures. Copper engraved with full margins clean copy in excellent condition. 366mm x 233mm

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07094. Cook Travels: Society Isles Dancing 1782

Hog, Alexander (publisher) Two sections on one page. Upper frame titled The Mode of Dancing in the Island of Ulietea And lower one Exact representation of a Morai, or Burial Place, in Olaheilee. Engraved by Page for Millar's New Complete & Universal System of Geography published 1782/3. Modest frame depicting on top musician and dancers as described after Cook's discovery of the Society Islands. Copper engraved with soiled and intact margins. Generally in good condition. 366mm x 233mm

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05944. French Fashion Plate 1840

France colour Litograph by De Villain Paris c 1840 A-t-on tounure? Fashion plate of two ladfies inspecting eacother. Initials J S as artist. Wide bottom margin water stained not affecting printed surface. Lightly soiled in very good condition. 268mm x 356mm.


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08283. Medieval Times: Dancing 1800

Strutt, Joseph (1749-1802) engraver and antiquary Medieval Times -Dancing Plate XVIII Published in The sports and pastimes of the people of England from the earliest period in 1800. Original colour depicting three layers of musicians, acrobats and dancers respectively. 203mm x 280mm


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08285. Medieval Times: Kayles 1800

Strutt, Joseph (1749-1802) engraver and antiquary Medieval Times -Kayles Plate XXVII IPublished in The sports and pastimes of the people of England from the earliest period in 1800. Original colour in three panels depicting the game of Kayles. 203mm x 280mm
NOTE: Kayles is an ancient game still played today with a row of tokens, which represent bowling pins. The row may be of any length. Each player, on his or her turn, may remove - by various means (a ball in the modern game) either any one pin or two adjacent pins. A player loses when he or she has no legal move


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08282. Medieval Times: Tutored Bears 1800

Strutt, Joseph (1749-1802) engraver and antiquary Medieval Times -Tutored Bears Plate XXII Published in The sports and pastimes of the people of England from the earliest period in 1800. Original colour depicting three layers of bear training and taming. 203mm x 280mm


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08266. Rabelais Facsimile 1920

France Colour Litho print headed Rabelais with text VI. - Propos des Beuveurs. - Puis entrerent en propos de reciner en propre lieu (Gargantua, liv. I, chap.V.) c1920 reprint. Revelry, food and drink. Reprint of earlier copper plate engraving. 315mm x 215mm. Damage to lower right corner not affecting printed surface. Good clean condition


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