Description: Daniell, Samuel. [African Scenery and Animals.
London: 1804-05]: "A Korah hottentot village on the left bank of the orange river", unnumbered; "Bush-men hottentots armed for an expedition", no.2; "A boosh-wannah hut", no.7; "Korah hottentots preparing to remove", no.20; "The African hog", no.21, 5 hand-coloured aquatints, from "African Scenery and Animals", (549 x 605mm. or the reverse), watermarks dated 1801, [Abbey,
Travel 321, nos. 2, 3, 22, 23. The plate numbers differ from those listed in Abbey]
Daniell, William. [Views in Bootan.
London, 1813]: "View of Choka"; "A temple of Bode"; and "View between Murichom & Choka", 3 hand-coloured aquatints, from "Views in Bootan", (410 x 539mm., or the reverse), [Abbey, Travel 434, nos. 2, 5 and 7],
pin holes at corners, slight creasing (8)
Condition Report: Condition is described in the main body of the catalogue, where appropriate.
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