Tunisia: Biskra, El-Kantara, Mansouria, Sidi Okba, Temacine, Touggourt
Album with 40 Silver Gelatin Prints
31.5 x 25.6 cm
Album of 35 privately taken, well-preserved gelatin prints showing vivid and authentic street and market scenes....
Morocco – Fez & Marrakech: Souks, Buildings, Street Scenes, Ramadan Prayers
Album with 27 Silver Gelatin Prints by E. Hoffmann
20 x14.5 cm
Beautiful example of a travel album that reproduces aspects of personal interest on a trip to Marrakech and Fez in 1929 to a good technical standard. Besides interesting shots of architecture, landscape and street scenes, the album contains many precise observations of special occasions such as the funeral of a child or the celebrations at the end of Ramadan....
Tunis & Carthago: Mainly Islamic Architecture
Album with 44 Large Albumin Prints
44 x 31.2 cm
Album with 44 large format, mostly Albumin prints with many architectural details of Carthago and Tunis, a third of which taken by Neurdein, Soler, Rives, and Albert....
Egypt: Assuan, Luxor, Medinet Habu, Karnak, Thebes, Cairo
Album with 81 Gelatine Prints by Anonymous Photographers
27 x 20.8 cm
Well-preserved travel Album of 1911 focusing on Assouan, Philae, Luxor, Theben, Carnak and Cairo. Excellent amateur photographs highlighting important details in the Pharaonic sites and giving a lively impression of the circumstances in which the trip took place....
Tripolis/Libyen: Sabratha, Leptis Magna, Zliten, Tegrinna, Yafran
Album with 98 b/w Photos by Anonymous Photographer ("G.S.W.")
30 x 30 cm
Fine Album of a private trip to Libya with 98 well preserved photos giving rare insights of that time in Libya covering architecture, street and village scenes and portraits, including references to Italian Faschism....
Algeria: Architecture, Portraits, Street Life, Tents
Two Albums with 57 Albumen Prints, Photogravure, Heliotypie, and 54 Postcards
32.8 x 25 cm
c. 1890 – 1900
Insightful Album on Algeria from 1890/1900 with 57 mostly Albumin prints covering portraits, street views and scenery. Complemented by a rare collection of 54 postcards focused on the same subjects in a second Album....