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Telegraph Island (Jazirat al Maqlab). View of the fort where the Indo-European telegraph landed in 1864.
Medina: Four views of Al-Masjid al-Nabawi (Mosque of the Prophet), and a view of the desert station.
Mecca: Scarce panoramic view of Mecca with 11 vignettes to include Medina and the Great Imam of Mecca.
Medina: View of the main street leading to Al-Masjid al-Nabawi (the Prophet’s Tomb).
Mecca: Bird’s eye view of the city and the Kaaba.
In the eyes of the world, a man is only worth that which he hath.
Medina: The Hajj on approach to al-Masjid an-Nabawi.
The larger vessel contains the smaller one.
Pilgrims en route to Mecca. After the painting by Richard Beavis, RA.
Mecca: Spectacular view of the Kaaba during the Hajj with key.
Certificate of Pilgrimage showing important sites for the Haij in Mecca. Published in Mecca.
Mecca to Medina: View of the Haij with the plants and animals found on the way. Text and key to the procession in French.
Bird’s eye view of the Kaaba with key.
Yemen: Aden. The British Naval and Military Stations near the Entrance to the Red Sea.
Two weak men may overcome one strong man.
Sheikh’s Standard and the State Flag.
View of the Kaaba surrounded by Pilgrims. With decorative border and text.
Arabs in traditional dress.
Mecca: Five views on the Hedjaz Line to include the Falls of Telicheab, Monazan, and Tellicheab outflow.
Hedjaz Railway. Inauguration of the line from Damascus to Medina that was meant to carry on to Mecca but was disrupted by WWI. With decorative border and text.
Mecca: The approach of the Hajj to al-Masjid al-Haram and the Kaaba.
Oman: Muscat. View of the harbour. Fort Es-sarat-al-Gharbiyyah and Fort Kalaat-el-Gharbiyyah.
When a bull falls, many skinners appear.
Men uphold a man as long as he is on his feet.
Mecca: Panoramic bird’s eye view over the Kaaba towards the relatively undeveloped surrounding hills.
Mecca: Showing a Hajj camel caravan from Constantinople with key in Dutch.
View from the port on the Red Sea towards the Tihami range of the Sarawat mountains.
Winds will not always blow as the ship wishes.
Yemen: Mocha. Panoramic view of the Port from the Red Sea. With bannered title and key in Dutch.
Hair upon hair will make up a beard.
Muscat, Oman. Panorama from the Gulf with key to principal fortifications.
Sokotra: View from the Arabian Sea. From the influential Art Noveau German biologist, philosopher and artist’s voyage in 1875/6.
View of Steamer Point and the inner harbour.