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Author
MENIN, Lodovico.
Title
Il Costume di tutti i tempi e di tutti le nazioni...
Published
Padua: nd [1843]
Description
Oblong folio. Half mottled tree calf over boards with red and green morocco title labels in gilt on spine. Fresh leather spines and corners. Minor spotting and foxing throughout, else good. Three text (only) volumes and three atlas (plates) volumes. Volume 1 (Antico) has 100 hand coloured plates, volume 2 (Medio Evo) has 100 hand coloured plates and volume 3 (Moderno) has 92 hand coloured plates. The first two volumes record the material and the physical culture of Europe in the ancient and the medieval periods, featuring: architecture, weaponry, fashion, transport and furniture. Volume three embraces the 'modern' period up until the Greek War of Independence and the wider world of: Africa, Asia, Americas, Polynesia and Oceania.
*Rebinding and restoration work on this book was carried out by Ron Norman of Hartlepool. (Ronnorm@aol.com)*

Coloured plates in order:

Volume 1.

1. Costume de primi Tempi (figs 1-6). Ebrei & Popolo (figs 7-12).
2. Ebrei. Levita (fig 14). Sacerdote (fig 13). Trono di Solomone. Re (fig 15). Soldato (fig 16). Arredi Sacri. Strammenti musicali.
3. Ebrei (figs 17-24).
4. Cinesi. Primo generale vestito (figs 1-2). Imperatori (figs 3-4). Ministro di Stato (fig5). Mandarino (fig 6). Soldati (figs 7-8). Plebo (fig 9). Dame (figs10-11). Nobile (fig 12).
5. Cinesi. Contadini (figs 13-14). Cittadini (figs 15-18). Abito da lutto (fig19). Soldati (figs 20-23). Ministro di Giustizia (fig 24).
6. Cinesi. Bonzo (fig 25). Bonzessa (fig 26). Idoli. Bonzi (figs 27-28). Mandarini militari (figs 29-30). Imperatore (fig 31). Imperatrice (fig 32). Mandarino Letterario (fig 33). Portatore dell' Imperatore (fig 34).
7. Cinesi. Assorted weaponry, flags, shields, swords and guns. Carro da guerra.
8. Cinesi. Assorted pottery and musical instruments.
9. Giaponesi. 3 cultural scenes and several figures.
10. Cinesi. Assorted furniture and cups, pots and vases.
11. Cinesi. Assorted architecture ( temples, pagoda)
12. Cinesi. As above.
13. Cinesi. Assorted boats, ships.
14. Egizj. (egyptian) Popolo (figs 1-6). Agricoltori (figs 7-11).
15. Egizj. Proclamatori (figs 12-13). Re (fig 14). Eroe (fig 15). Magistrato (fig 16). Portatore del Re (fig 17). Soldati (figs 18-23).
16. Egizj. Iside (figs 24-26). Osiride (figs 27-29). Oro (fig 30). Arpocrate (fig 31). Apis (fig 33). Tifone (figs 34-35).
17. Egizj. Gatto (fig 36). Anubi (fig 37). Trono d'Iside. Ariete (fig 38). Avoltjo (fig 40). Cneph (fig 39). Arredi Sacri (figs 1-15).
18. Egizj. Guardie de Tempj (figs 41-42). Sacerdoti (figs 43-46). Sacrificatori (figs 47-48). Sacerdotesse (figs 49-50). (figs 51-52).
19. Egizj. Vaso Canopito (figs 1-25).
20. Egizj. Assorted cultural and spitirual items (figs 1-20).
21. Egizj. Assorted Modules.
22. Egizj. As above.
23. Egizj. As above.
24. Egizj. Ingresso al Tempio di Tebe. Portico del Tempio Latopolitano.
25. Egizj. Interno del Tempio d'Ibsambul.
26. Egizj. Veduta delle Rovine del Palazzo di Karnak. Pianta del Palazzo di Karnak.
27. Assirii, Medi e Babilonesi. (figs 1-12).
28. Persiani. Popolo (figs 1-3). Re (fig 4). Ministro (fig 5). Soldato (fig 6). Soldati (figs 7-8). Popolo (figs 9-12).
29. Persiani. Popolo (figs 13-15). Re (fig 16). Soldati (figs 17-18). Popolo (figs 19-21). Re (fig 22). Soldati (figs 23-24).
30. Persiani. (1) Prospetto delle rovine di Persepoli visto dal monte. (2) Prospetto delle rovine di Persepoli visto dalla pianura.
31. Persiani. (1) Base e Capitelli delle rovine di Persepoli. (2) Porte antiche a Persepoli. (3) Basso rilievo sulle revine di Persepoli. (4) Pilastro a Persepoli. (5) Sepolero antico a Naksi Rustan. (6) Pilastro a Persepoli.
32. Fenicii, Lidii e Frugi. (figs 1-11).
33. Trojani. (figs 1-12).
34. Greci di tempi eroici. (figs 1-6). Argonauti (figs 7-12).
35. Greci de tempi eroici. Epoca della Guerra dei sette Eroi contro di Tebe. (figs 13-24).
36. Greci de tempi eroici. Epoca della Guerra Trojana (figs 25-26 & 28-30). Regina (fig 27). Giudice (fig 31). Avaldo (fig 32). Re (fig 33). Soldati (fig 34-36).
37. Greci de tempi eroici. Epoca della Guerra Trojana. Menelao (fig 37). Ulisse (fig 38). Nestore (fig 39). Agamennone (fig 40). Achille (fig 41). Diomede (fig 42). Carro da Guerra (figs 43-45).
38. Greci de tempi Storici. Popolo (figs 1-6). Ilota (fig 7). Pastore (fig 8). Agricoltore (fig 9). Comtadine (figs 10-11).
39. Greci. Soldati (figs 12-15). Capitani (figs 16-17). Soldati (figs 18-20). Tubatore (fig 21).
40. Greci. Arconte (fig 22). Filosofo (fig 23). Filippo (fig 24). Alessandro (fig 25). Tubatori (figs 26-27). Soldati (figs 28-30). Popolo (figs 31-33).
41. Greci. Danzatrici (figs 34-38). Re della tragedia (fig 39). Danzatori di teatro (figs 40-41). Baccanti (figs 42-43). Atlete (figs 44-45).
42. Greci. Sacerdoti (figs 46-48). Sacerdoti (figs 49-50). Vittimario (fig 51). Sacerdotesse (figs 52-55). Canefore (figs 56-57).
43. Greci. Minerva (fig 58). Giove (fig 59). Diana Efesina (fig 60). Apolline (fig 61). Giunone (fig 62). Saturno (fig 63). Arredi Sacri (figs a-r).
44. Greci. Imperatori (figs 64-66). Imperatrici (figs 67-69). Imperatore (figs 71-72). Catafratto (figs 73-74).
45. Greci. Assorted columns (figs A-G).
46. Greci. Assorted temples and plans and columns.
47. Greci. As above.
48. Greci. As above.
49. Greci. As above.
50. Greci. Assorted column styles.
51. Greci. As above.
52. Greci. Assorted stadia and their plans.
53. Greci. Mercurio / Marte / Apollo / Citaredo / Erato / Urania / Clio / Talia / Polinnia / Tersicore / Calliope / Melpomene / Euterpe.
54. Greci. Venere / Vulcano / Cerere / Nettuno / Furia / Plutone / Bacco con Fauno / Diana / Ercole / Cibele / Esculapio ed Igia.
55. Greci. Assorted masks (figs 1-6). Assorted musical instruments (figs 6-21). Assorted female headress (figs 22-27).
56. Greci. Assorted furniture, footwear, vases and urns. (figs 1-24).
57. Sirj, Pontici Cappadoci ed Armeni. (figs 1-12).
58. Cartaginesi. (figs 1-12).
59. Romani. (figs 1-3). Pontefice (fig 4). Vestale (fig 5). Flamine (fig 6). Aruspice (fig 7). Vestale (fig 8). Augure (fig 9).
60. Romani. (1) Littori (2) Tibicine (3) Vittime coi Sacerdoti (4) Immagini ed insegne delle vinte Citta (5) Oro ed argento massiccio (6) Quadri e statue (7) Armi dei vinti (7) Oro ed argento coniato (9) Vasi (10) Re perigionieri e loro famiglie (11) Trionfatore (12) Suffumigii (13) Cognati ed affini del Trionfatore (14) Eserito.
61. Romani. (figs 1-12).
62. Romani. As above.
63. Romani. (figs 1-8).
64. Romani. (figs 1-12).
65. Romani. Assorted frescos, panels &c (figs 1-8).
66. Romani. As above (figs 1-9).
67. Romani. As above (figs 1-9).
68. Romani. As above (figs 1-9).
69. Romani. Assorted sarcophagi.
70. Romani. Assorted plinths and ornate stands.
71. Romani. Assorted columns (figs 1-4).
72. Romani. Assorted architectural syles and plans (figs 1-11).
73. Romani. Assorted column styles (figs 1-6).
74. Romani. As above.
75. Romani. As above (figs 1-6).
76. Romani. Assorted architectural designs and plans (figs A-F).
77. Romani. Assorted decorative designs for columns and frescos (figs 1-5).
78. Assorted urns amd jugs (figs A-O).
79. Romani. Assorted urns and vases (figs A-F).
80. Romani. Assorted forms of chariot and carriage transport, standards and weaponry &c.
81. Romani. Assorted furniture, including chairs, tables, stands &c.
82. Romani. Assorted decorative panels and frescos.
83. Romani. Assorted boats and galleys.
84. Romani. Gladiators (figs 1-4). Coliseum (figs 5-6). Assorted paraphernalia (figs 7-8). Plan of coliseum (figs A-F)
85. Romani. Assorted instruments of warfare.
86. Romani. Assorted artifacts.
87. Romani. Assorted statues and decoration (figs A-N).
88. Romani. (A) Plan Casa del Questore. (B) Plan Casa del Fauno.
89. Tavola 26 aggiunta alla Classe V Romani per l'illustrazione delle polizemi (figs 1-5).
90. Germani. (figs 1-15).
91. Germani dalla Colonna Antonina. Re (fig 1). Regine (figs 2-3). Donne del popolo (figs 4-5). Ambasciatore (fig 6). Soldati (figs 7-12).
92. Galli, Franchi, Britanni, Caledonii (figs 1-11).
93. Etruschi (figs 1-11).
94. Etruschi. Assorted pottery.
95. Etruschi. Assorted pottery and stands.
96. Etruschi. Assorted burial tombs and chambers (figs 1-6).
97. Etruschi. As above (figs 1-7).
98. Etruschi. Assorted figures, a public bathing house, pottery &c (figs 1-10).
99. Mosiaco dissotterrato a Pompei nella Casa del Fauno.
100. As above.

Volume 2.

101. Secoli Cristiani I - V (figs 1-21) Garments of the redeemer and the apostles.
102. Secoli Cristiani I - V (figs 1-15) Clothing at the time of the redeemer.
103. Secoli Cristini I - V Sarcophagus.
104. Secoli Cristiani I - V (figs 1-20). female dress and fashions.
105. Secoli Cristiani I - V (figs 1-20)
106. Secoli Cristiani I - V Model of an ancient church interior and plans, built in Rome in the 5th century (figs A-F).
107. Secoli Cristiani IV - VI (figs 1-16) Toilet of a Christian Lady and dress of Eastern and Western bishops.
108. Secoli Cristiani IV - IX (figs 1-15) Altar, Tabernacle, sacred ministers.
109. Secoli Cristiani VI (figs 1-3) Church of S.Sofia in Constantinople. (figs 4-6) Church of S. Vital in Ravenna.
110. Secoli Cristiani IV - V (figs 1-15) Monks.
111. Secoli Cristiani IV - V (figs 1-19) Nuns.
112. Secoli Cristiani VIII - IX ( figs 1-9) Church and plans of S. Frederick and Michael in Lucca.
113. Secoli Cristiani IX - XIII (figs 1-21) Veste,emts and insignia of Popes, Cardinals and Bishops &c.
114. Secoli Cristiani IX - XII (figs 1-14) Eastern vestements.
115. Seculi Cristiani X (figs 1-4) Apse of the Cathedral of Torcello.
116. Secoli Cristiani XIV - XV Pope enthroned in his chambers with clergy.
117. Secoli Cristiani XIV - XV
118. Secoli Cristiani XII York Cathedral.
119. Ostrogoti. Battle dress.
120. Ostrogoti. Salaro Bridge and diagrams.
121. Longobardi. Civil and Military costume.
122. King amd Queen during the last days of the reign of
Longobardi.
123. Veneziani fino al Sec VII. Escape of the peoples of the islands in the Venetian Lagoon.
124. Veneziani Sec VIII - IX. Ancient Venetian ships and boats.
125. Veneziani Sec VIII - IX (figs 1-9). First Doge of Venice and his advisors.
126. Veneziani Sec X. (figs 1-8). The Dogaressa and the dress of wealthy girls.
127. Veneziani Sec XI. (figs 1-9). Doge of Venice and his advisors.
128. Veneziani Sec XI (figs 1-9). The Dogaressa and Venetian Nobles.
129. Veneziani Sec XI. St Marks Square, Venice.
130. Veneziani Sec XII (figs 1-6).
131. Veneziani Sec XII. A room interior.
132. Veneziani Sec XII. The Palace called the Golden House.
133. Veneziani Sec XIII (figs 1-6). Young brides of Venice.
134. Veneziani Sec XIV. The Doge, Magostrates amd Soldiers.
135. Veneziani Sec XIV - XV. The barge of the Doge.
136. Veneziani Sec XIV - XV. The Forces of Hercules.
137. Veneziani Sec XV. Poete & Bissone.
138. Veneziani Sec XV. Venetian costume.
139. Italo Romani Sec VIII - IX. Citizens, wealthy people and Roman soldiers.
140. Italo Greci Sec IX - X. Courtiers, famous people and soldiers of the Italian districts within the Greek Empire.
141. Italo Greci. Inhabitants of riral districts.
142. Lombardi Sec IX - X. Nobles, women and craftsmen.
143. Lombardi Sec XI - XII (figs 1-13). Lombard soldiers of the eleventh and twelfth centuries.
144. Lombardi Sec XIV. Vicounts Barnabo and Bruzio and their entourages.
145. Lombardi (figs 1-12) Viscount Azzo, knights and nobles of Lombardy.
146. Lombardi. John of Olleggio, ladies and knights in full armour.
147. Lombardi Sec XIV - XV. Lombard cavalry and infantry in action.
148. Lombardi Sec XIV - XV (figs 1-15). Viscount Galeazzo.
149. Marca Trivigiana Sec XI - XII (figs 1-12). A square under seige, showing machines.
150. Marca Trivigiana Sec XIII (figs 1-8). Falconry.
151. Marca Trivigiana Sec XIII - XIV (figs 1-11). John of Cove and Mastiff III together with figures taken from the monuments of Verona.
152. Marca Trivigiana Sec XIV (figs 1-7). Military men.
153. Marca Trivigiana Sec XIII - XIV (figs 1-10). Ezzelino with his astrologer and soldiers.
154. Marca Trivigiana Sec XIV (figs 1-11). Padua caravan.
155. Marca Trivigiana Sec XIV (figs 1-10). Civil and military costumes.
156. Toscani Sec X - XI (figs 1-11). Tuscan civil costumes, Countess Mathilde and her father Bonifazo.
157. Toscani Sec XIII - XIV (figs 1-12). Tuscan wedding.
158. Toscani Sec XIV - XV (figs 1-12). Magistrates, nobles, soldiers and pages.
159. Romani Sec XIV - XV (figs 1-8). General of the Papal Army, ladies, soldiers and senator.
160. Italo-Normani Sec XI - XII (figs 1-8). Civil suit and amour of the Normans in Italy.
161. Italo-Angioini Sec XIII - XIV (figs 1-11). Civilian and military dress of the Angevins in Italy, and those of Naples.
162. Italiani Sec XV (figs 1-12). Costumes and robes of peace.
163. Francesi Merovingi Sec V - VIII (figs 1-16). Kings and Queens of the first French dynasty.
164. Francesi-Carlovingi Sec VIII -X (figs 1-20). Second dynasty of Franks, soldiers &c.
165. Francesi-Capetingi Sec X -XIII (figs 1-19). First kings of the third race of Normandy, including: knights, ladies and soldiers.
166. Francesi Capetingi Sec XIII -XIV (figs 1-18). Pierto of Courtnei, St. Louis and his wife...
167. Francesi Capetingi Sec XIV (figs 1-22). Philip of Valois, John of Montfort and his wife, ladies, knights and pages.
168. Francesi (figs 1-7). Part interior of the church of St Germain, the cathedral of Amiens, the red door of Notre-Dame &c.
169. Francesi Capetingi Sec XIV (fig 1-13). John the Good and Charles the Evil of Navarre and his courtiers.
170. Francesi Sec XIV - XV (figs 1-16). John the Good and knights of the Battle of Poitiers.
171. Francesi Capetingi Sec XIV (figs 1-14). Queen Isabella of Bavaria, wife of Charles VI. Military and civilian costume of the time.
172. Francesi Capetingi Sec XIV - XV (figs 1-15). King Philip the Bold, the Dukes of Burgundy and Britain, ladies, soldiers
and pages.
173. Alemanni Sec VIII - XV (figs 1-8).
174. Alemanni Sec VIII - XIII (figs 1-20). Assorted nobitity.
175. Alemanni Sec XIV (figs 1-14). Archdukes, beggars, chamberlains, merchants and knights.
176. Alemanni Sec XIV (figs 1-16). Secular and ecclesiastical voters with Emperor Charles IV.
177. Alemanni Sec XIV - XV (figs 1-10). Maximillion I, Maria of Burgundy, soldiers, travelers and merchants.
178. Alemanni Sec XV (figs 1-8). Pages, courtiers, jesters and cupbearer.
179. Alemanni Sec XV (figs 1-9).
180. Svizzeri (figs 1-8). Assorted castles, towers, cathedral and the home of William Tell.
181. Danessi, Norvegj e Swedesi. Sec IX - XI (figs 1-12). Customs of the kings, knights and peoples of the north.
182. Inglesi. Sec IX - XII (figs 1-9). Ancient Britains, Welsh and Normans.
183. Inglesi. Sec Xi - XII (figs 1-8). Thanes, archers, clowns and Saxon peasantry.
184. Inglesi. Sec XIII - XIV (figs 1-11). Knights of the Norman period and that of the Plantagenets.
185. Dettagli di Gotica Architettura Dalla Cattedrale di Strasburgo.
186. Inglesi. Sec XV. Margaret of Anjou, an English knight and pages.
187. Detagli di Architettura Gotica Dal Duomo di Meissener.
188. Russi (figs 1-6). Petrowski Palace, Kremlin, The old walls of Moscow, the monastery of Troitza &c.
189. Dettagli di Architettura Gotica e Moresca Dalla Chiesa di Batalha in Portogallo e da una Moschea a Cordova in Espagna (figs 1-18).
190. Polacchi. Ancient custom of the mountain peoples of Cracov and Lithuania.
191. Dettagli di Gotica Architettura (figs 1-4).
192. As above.
193. Russi ( figs 1-10). Types of Russian clothing.
194. Spagnuoli - Architettura Araba (figs 1-8). Floors, pillars, friezes of Arab architecture &c in Spain.
195. Spagnuoli - Architet Araba (figs 1-5). Details of Arabian architecture in Spain.
196. Olandesi (figs 1-12). Dutch nobles, ladies, sailors &c.
197. Dalla Tapezzeria di Nancy (showing Flemish costumes of the period).
198. Pavimenti nella Architettura Gotica (figs 1-5).
199. Arabi delle Spagne (figs 1-6). Clothes, horses of the Arabs and the clothing of their women.
200. Spagnudi e Portoghesi (figs 1-7). Portguese nobleman, Isabella of Portugal and her entourage and soldiers.

Volume 3.

Cavalry.

201. Duel between 2 knights before their lances broke. Marshals involved to divide the fighters.
202. Queen of the tournament gives award to winner, accompanied by the King of Arms.
203. Knightly Orders: Germany; Bavaria (14) Saxony (7) Prussia (6) Bade (6) Coburg (2) and Weimar Eisenach (3)
204. Weapons and Amour.
205. Knightly Orders: Denmark (9) Sweden (11) and Russia (21).
206. Knightly Orders: England (11) and France (18).
207. Furniture between the thirteenth and sixteenth centuries (figs 1-10).
208. Knightly Orders: Germany; Hesse Cassel (6) Hoenlohe (4) Wurtenberg (7) Hannover (5) Netherlands (6) Limburg (3)
Hesse Darmstadt (2).
209. Furniture between the eleventh and sixteenth centuries (figs 1-10).
210. Furniture between the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries (figs 1-8).
211. Knightly Orders: Spain (14) St. John of Jerusalem (2) Portugal (9) Persia (1) United States (1) and Turkey (3)
212. A pair of knights jousting.
213. Knightly Orders: Austria (14) Papal State (5) Sardinia (4) Naples (13) and Tuscany (5).
214. Furniture of the sixteenth century (figs 1-6).
215. Assorted medieval armour (figs 1-28).
216. Furniture of the sixteenth century (figs 1-5).
217. Meeting of knights in gala dress; including Order of the Garter and The Golden Fleece (figs 1-10).
218. Assorted medieval armour (figs 1-18).

Christian Centuries.

219. Bronze candlesticks (figs 1-7).
220. Chapel in the architectural style of the Lombard family, introduced to Venice during the sixteenth century.
221. Forms of the altar proper in the Baroque style (figs 1-4).
222. Tastes introduced to religious monuments during the sixteenth century (figs 1-5).
223. Solemn mass of the Armenian rite, celebrated by the Supreme Pontiff.
224. Sacred function of the Latin rite, celebrated by the Supreme Pontiff.
225. Facade of the Basilica of St. Peters in Rome.
226. Longitudinal section of Basilica of St. Peters in Rome.
227. Solemn mass celebrated according to the rite Greek Schismatic.
228. Assorted religious vestments (figs 1-11).

Oceania.

229. Inhabitants and warriors of Timor and Java (figs 1-7).
230. Types of male and female faces of Oceania and monuments and deities (figs 1-15).
231. Javanese dancers and spouses, peoples &c (figs 1-10).
232. Women and girls of Marianne, dancers and boxing women of Tahiti (figs 1-8).
233. Monument of La Perouse and fighting savages of Polynesia.
234. Tribal chiefs, warriors and dancers of New Zealand, and warriors of The Celebes (figs 1-6).
235. Death and a cemetery in Tahiti.

North Africa.

236. Beduin and Arab soldiers, Jewish girls of Algiers and black slaves of Algiers (figs 1-7).
237. Weapons and tools of Moorish workers and Berber warriors. Girl of Tripoli (figs 1-4).
238. Wealthy women of Cairo, Egyptian cavalry and Mamluks (figs 1-6).

Africa Meridionale.

239. Hottentots of both sexes, Kaffirs and their weapons (figs 1-4).
240. Slave market, merchant and young girls and maidens from Timbuktu (figs 1-7).

America.

241. Inhabitants of Vera-Cruz, Eskimos , men and women of Puebla &c (figs 1-10).
242. Natives of the Mexican Gulf, women of Bolivia and Guatemala and Indians of California (figs 1-9).
243. Wild Brazil with animals and peoples (figs 1-11).
244. Gauchos, Chileans and Cubans (figs 1-8).
245. Assorted antiquities of Central America (figs 1-20).
246. Masks, reliefs, pottery of Central America (figs 1-12).
247. Ancient Mexican archtitecture; including pyramids and a plan of a fortress (figs 1-4).
248. Assorted ancient Mexican architecture; including the Monnument of Xochicalco and the Great Pyramid of Uxmal (figs 1-9).
248 (A) Details of Palenque housing and buildings.

Asia.

249. Fateh-Ali-Shia granting an audience. Persian Court Dress (figs 1- 8).
250. Interior of a Harem with noble Persians and black and white slaves (figs 1-1).
251. Kurdish officers, Persoan infantry modern and ancient (figs 1-8).
252. Persian nobles (figs 1-11).
253. Grooms, artisans and Persian nobles in Winter dress (figs 1-10).
254. Persian in his Harem (figs 1-5).
255. Tartars, Usbeks, Armenians of both sexes, Circassians (figs 1-8).
256. Indian soldiers in the service of the English, Afghans, peoples of Lahore, a Rajah &c (figs 1-11).
257. Cochin-chinese, Siamese people (figs 1-6).
258. Merchants, Arabian nobles, Druze and Arab girls, Imam and the inhabitants of Mount Lebanon (figs 1-9).
259. Japanese people; civilian and military (figs 1-6).
260. Siberia: Tartars, Kirgis, Samoyeds, Kamchatkans &c (figs 1-7).
261. European militia in the sixteenth century (figs 1-7).
262. Amour of the sixteenth century giving way to firearms of the seventeenth century (figs 1-10).
263. Coronation of Charles V in Bolognia in 1530 (figs 1-8).
264. Assorted carriages between seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
265. Cannons and muskets of the seventeenth century, and officers of that time (figs1-6).
266. Civilian costumes of France, Germany and Italy - riders, grooms and ladies (figs 1-4).
267. A room decorated in the style of the seventeenth century, and mens and ladies hairstyles of the period (figs 1-2).
268. A marriage contract. Fashions of the spouses, family and relatives (figs 1-6).
269. Room conversation in the eighteenth century (figs 1-6).
270. European military officers of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, including: A commander-in-chief, general officers, grenadiers and common soldiers (figs 1-5).
271. Modern combat between Austrian and French troops (figs 1-5).
272. Fighting between Austrian and French troops (figs 1-5).
273. Austrian soldiers (figs 1-11).
274. Fighting between Russian and Turkish troops.
275. British troops fighting against French troops (figs 1-6).
276. French troops fighting in Algeria (figs 1-5).
277. Naval Militia. English officers and sailors (figs 1-6).
278. Turkey in Europe. Sultan and Sultana, Gran Vizier, Iman &c (figs 1-10).
279. Turkey in Europe. Head of a family, his favourite wife, children and slaves (figs 1-10).
280. Turkey in Europe. San Sophia in Constantinople from the rear. Chiefs of the black and white eunuchs, soldiers in their recent uniforms (figs 1-7).
281. Greece. Men and women of Naxos, Rhodes, Attica &c (figs 1-7).
282. Polish and Hungarian ladies and nobles and Wallachians of both sexes (figs 1-11).
283. Inhabitants of Dalmatia and Montenegro in all conditions (figs 1-13).
284. Dalmatians and Albanians (figs 1-8).
285. Winter costumes of the period. (Nineteenth century)
286. Summer costumes of the period. (Nineteenth century)
287. Costumes of the women of Ischia, Calabria, Brienza and Procida.
288. Spain. Women of Valladolid, knights, peasants, picadors and matadors (figs 1-8).
289. Costumes of Germany; Bavaria, Saxony and Bohemia. Russia; priests, ladies and peasants. Romanian mountaineers (figs 1-14).
290. Assorted Indian architecture.
291. As above.



References
Colas 2035.  Hiler, p. 582.  Lipperheide 56
Hand coloured plates
291
Binding/Size
L=FOLIO
Category
Architecture/Mansions, Costume, General
Value
$5,001-25,000
Stock ID
1078