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Fredrico Mialhe – Isla de Cuba
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Mounted set of hand coloured photographic cigarette cards issued by Cigarros Susini.
Corridos de Toros (Bull-fighting): With decorative blue border.
St. Thomas: View of the town and harbour.
Kingston: After A.S. Forest.
El Casero. The merchant of home grown foods. With decorative blue border. From the ‘pirate’ edition by Bernardo May.
Havana, Cuba: View over the Almeda de Paula promenade.
St. Iago (Santiago): View of the port with galleons on the approach.
Havana, Cuba: View of the port and the chain stretching from Castillo El Morro to San Salvador de la Punta Fort .
Kingston: Views of King Street and the Harbour, Port Royal, Blue Mountain with four scenes of sugar production.
Nassau: Panoramic view of the town and port. New Providence.
Leeward Islands: Views of St.Kitts, Nevis and Monserrat.
El Zapateado: The national dance of Cuba. With decorative blue border. From the ‘pirate’ edition by Bernardo May.
Baracoa, Cuba: Baracoa Bay and the Sagua-Baracoa mountain range. With decorative blue border.
View over the Plaza de Armas. With decorative blue border. From the ‘pirate’ edition by Bernardo May.
Plymouth, Montserrat: View from the sea of the city, Soufriere Hills, and coastline.
Bermuda: Map of the Island with views from Gibbs Hill, Grassy Bay Fort, Barrack Hill and the Dockyards.
Needham’s Point, Carlisle Bay, Barbados: View of the harbour.
St. Martin’s (Spanish Phillipsburg) under siege by Dutch Admiral Thytzoo. With battle key.
Panoramas of the north Cuban coast: Cape Corientes & Antonio, Organos Moutain & Saddle Hill.
Havana: Panoramic view (2nd) from Casa Blanca. With decorative blue border.
San Juan, Puerto Rico: Castillo San Cristobel and the harbour with Castillo San Felipe del Morro in distance.
Port of Spain: Contemporaneous depiction of the carnival with the central figure of the devil. After renowned quick sketch artist and war correspondent Melton Prior.
El Panadero y El Malojero: The bread seller and hay maker. With decorative blue border. From the ‘pirate’ edition by Bernardo May.