Indigenous Peoples of the World 1845

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Ein tatuirter Mann aus Nukahiwa
Tattooed (Aboriginal) Man of Nuku Hiva,
Marquesas Islands in French Polynesia
KBD150 $275
Sale Price: $165
Tayadaneega
Joseph Tayadaneega called the Brant,
the Great Captain of the Six Nations
KBD151 $295
Sale Price: $175
Ein Tatuirter Nukahiwer
A complete tatooed man from
Nukahewa, Marquesa Islands
KBD152 $295
Sale Price: $175
Bewohner von Neuirrland, Papus von Neuguinea
New Ireland Island, Papua New Guinea
KBD153 $275
Sale Price: $165
Mann u. Weib von der Buschmanns Rasse.
Bushmen, Man and Woman
KBD154 $195
Sale Price: $95
Negerin, Neger
KBD155 $195
Sale Price: $95
Botocuden, Botocudo
AimorĂ people
KBD156 $195
Sale Price: $95
Bewohner von Van Diemens Land
Aboriginal Tasmanians
KBD157
$215
Sale Price: $115
Bewohner der Sandwichinseln in Koniglicher Prachtkleidung
Native of the Sandwich Islands in Royal Costume
KBD158
$215
Sale Price: $115
Eskimo
KBD159
$275
Sale Price: $165
Eine Taenzerin aus Otaheiti
Dancer from Tahiti
KBD160
$195
Sale Price: $95
Ein malaisches Maedchen
Malay Girl
KBD161 $195
Sale Price: $95
Eskimo
KBD162
$275
Sale Price: $165
Hochzeits Ceremonie der Neuhollander
Aboriginal Australian Wedding Ceremony
KBD163
$275
Sale Price: $165
Hottentotten, Hottentots
Khoikhoi
KBD164 $195
Sale Price: $
95
Scalptanz der Monnitarri
Scalp Dance of the Hidatsa/Minitaree
KBD165 $1100
Sale Price: $
550
Tatarischer Chief
KBD102
$275
Sale Price: $165
Maxuruna, Amazon Warrior Tribe
KBD103
$275
Sale Price:
SOLD
Houa-Houa Bay Maori, New Zealand
KBD104
$295
Sale Price: $175
Aborigines, New Holland, Australia
KBD105
$295
Sale Price: $175
Saki and Cree Indians
BD42
$495
Sale Price: $
295
Puncas, Oto and Missouri Indians
BD40
$475
Sale Price: $
275
Blood Indian Chief & Cree Indian Woman
BD36
$675
Sale Price: $
295
Scalp Dance of the Meunitarris
BD38A
$1100
Sale Price:
SOLD
Hawaiian Islanders
BD63A $215
Sale Price: $115
Papua New Guinea Islanders
BD18 $215
Sale Price: $115
Tammeamea, King of Hawaiian Islands &
Naba-Leba, King of Solor Island

BD62A
$225
Sale Price: $115
Tasmania Palawa
BD24 $195
Sale Price: $95
New Zealand Maori
BD28A
$195
Sale Price: $95
Caroline Islands Inhabitants
BD29A $195
Sale Price: $95
Festlicher zug der Tecuras
BD37
$195
Sale Price: $95
Caroline Islands Inhabitants
BD47A
$195
Sale Price: $95

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Indigenous Peoples of the World 1845

Bodmer Indigenous Peoples, from H.R. Schinz's Naturgeschichte und Abbildungen des Menschen. Zurich: Honeggerschen Lithographischen Anstalt, 1845

We are delighted to present many of the indigenous peoples prints first published by Schinz in 1845 as part of his Natural History of Mankind. These prints after Bodmer were published early on, before other Bodmer works that captured the imagination of the world and immortalized the tribes portrayed. The plates were lithographed by Karl Joseph Brodtmann, one of the most accomplished Swiss lithographers of the day.

Karl Bodmer, (1809-1893), set out in 1832 with his patron Prince Maximilian, an experienced naturalist, to travel the American west and complete an extensive survey. The result was the publication of Maximilian's journals in successive German, French, and English editions between 1839 and 1843, including eighty-one aquatint plates after paintings by Bodmer. These prints are now regarded as one of the most comprehensive and memorable visual surveys of the western territories made during the 19th century, providing a moving portrayal of disappearing tribes & landscapes.

The prints are ORIGINAL lithographs from 1845 that have been carefully hand colored by one of the few remaining professional colorists in England following historical descriptions & images. The coloring is absolutely stunning, and the prints are some of the most beautiful of all the folio plates of American Indians from this time. Each print measures at least 9 ½ inches by 13 inches. The condition of the plates is excellent, with the paper being a fine, heavy stock & very white. There are no fox marks or other blemishes. A copy of the title page will be included with each print.

The condition of these prints is remarkable for a work that is over 200 years old. There is little or no foxing, with characteristic strong plate marks on contemporary paper that is a soft aged white. Some sheets bear a fleur de lys or Whatman Turkey Mill watermark. The photos are very accurate, so please review carefully.


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