Set of 5 French confectionary cards by Eau des Carmes Boyer, 1889, called Negroes. T
A Africana. A 5 part opera. Eugenio Scribe, M. Marello, G. Meyerbeer. Lisbon, 1869. 99 pages, complete.
Complete set of 6 Liebig cards printed in 1888 entitled The Negro and Liebig. Some damage on back but clean fronts.
Early dutch chromo card titlted “Amerikaansche negers” by Van Leckwyck & Co.
Full page illustration entitled “Camp Life Among the Federal Troops in South Carolina”. Taken from the February 22, 1862 issued of Illustrated Times.
Illustration of noted American author Ellen Craft, with complete text, from the April 10, 1851 issue of the Illustrated London News. Also on the same page is a scene from “The Negro Festival” performed at the Olympic Theatre.
Illustration of Philadelphia author Mary Webb reading Uncle Toms Cabin in London. Complete text. Taken from the August 2, 1856 issue of Illustrated London News.
Illustration of the Beni Zoug-Zoug Troupe of Acrobats (English boys rescued from slavery). Taken from the December 17, 1881 issue of The Graphic.
Illustration and partial text of Ira Eldridge, as Othello, from the July 3, 1858 Illustrated London News.
An 1872 UK illustration entitled 'The Horse Car at Wimbledon'. Measures 40x60cm