Pavilion and Gardens of a Mandarin. 19th Century Etching

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Pavilion and Gardens of a Mandarin etching

Issued by Fisher, Son & Co. London Paris.

Very nice picture showing a Chinese mandarin, his wife, their child and servants.

 

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Torii-Gate in Kyoto. Albumen Photo from app. 1880s.

Torii-Gate in Kyoto. Albumen Photo from app. 1880s.

Torii-Gate in Kyoto

Antique Japanese Photograph depicting the entrance part to one of the most famous temples in Japan. Torii Gate with Japanese peddler standing next.

Albumen-photo, thin paper, fixed on paper with small glue spots at he corners.

10,4 x 8 inches, fine condition, app. 1885.

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Antique Chromolithograph with several Breeds of Rabbits

Antique Chromolithograph with several Breeds of Rabbits


Antique Chromolithograph with several Breeds if Rabbits

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Bunnies: Antique Chromolithograph with several Breeds if Rabbits.

Most decorative chromo-lithograph depicting 6 different breeds of rabbits.

Published in Germany in 1898.
12,1 x 9,7 inches ( 31 x 24,4 cm). Vertical center-fold. Clean, fresh colors. It looks great when matted and framed.

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Artefacts of Indians: Antique Chromo Lithograph from 1902

Decorative old chromolithograph depicting 34 kinds of artefacts, produced by Indians: War flute of the Sioux, pipe of the Blackfeet Indians, tomahawk, shingle, quiver, pot of the Pueblos, spear, arrows, neckband, adornment and others.

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Size: 6,2 x 9,5 inches,

Published by Meyers, litho by Bibliographisches Institut Leipzig.

Colourful, fine condition.

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Antique Lithograph with Australian Fauna

Australian Fauna: Outstanding Antique Lithograph. 17 Animals

Australian fauna: Most beautiful chromo lithograph depicting seventeen different kinds of animals: Kangaroo, emu, cockatoos, lizard, wolf, parrots, kiwi, bird of prey, duckbill and more.

12 x 9,5 inches. Artist signed S. Muetzel.

The lithograph has been printed by Bibliographisches Institut Leipzig.

Lithograph by Meyers Germany 1902. Vertical centerfold.

Clean and fresh, broad margins, vivid colors, very decorative..

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Weird 17-18th CT Copper Engraving with Chinese Idols

17-18th Century Copper Engraving: Chinese Idols. Weird.: “Vitel ou Ninifo, Copper Print, 8.6 x 6,4 in ( actual image print size ), by the famous artist Bernard Picart ( 1673 – 1733 ), engraver on wood and metal, draughtsman and miniaturist.

Copper Engraving Chinese Idols

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The image shows a huge Buddha statue in a Chinese Temple, rather looking kike a western church. Demons an both sides of the statue, Chinese worshiping.

This is an original, NO reproduction.”

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Asian Peoples. Chromo Lithograph from 1896. Artist signed

1896: Asian Peoples. Chromo Lithograph, Artist signed

pheasant lithograph

 

Asian Peoples: Most decorative chromolithograph from 1892. The graphic depicts 25 different Asian ethnics such as Chinese, Mongols, Tibetan, Singhalese, Persian, Malayan, Wedda (Ceylon), Negrito (Philippines), Japanese, Korean, Ainu and others.
Size: 12 x 10 inches. Artist signed G. Mützel.

Issued by Brockhaus in 1896, lithograph by Brockhaus geographic-artistic Institute Leipzig.

Vertical centerfold, clean and fresh, vivid colours.

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Hawaii Insula. Antique Etching with Dancers. 18. Ct

Hawaii Insula. Antique Etching with Dancers. 18. Ct

Hawaiian male and female dancers. Antique etching from early 19. Century. The graphic depicts a semi nude tattooed man, a female dancer and 2 people watching.
Size: 8,9 x 5,5 inches ( 22 x 14 cm). Some aging at the margins, a few stains, pinholes at the upper margin – invisible if matted and framed.

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