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INDIGENOUS PEOPLES POSTCARDS & POST CARDS
Asháninkas / Ashánincas. . "Alto Ucayali -- C***** armados" showing armed Asháninkas / Ashánincas (an indigenous people living near the Ucayali River, one of the major headwaters of the Amazon river); real photo post card, writing on back. The term for these people in the caption is considered derogatory, so we do not reproduce it here. $8.00 pi NEW / NOVÝ / NUOVO
AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES. "AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES / Aboriginal musicians with music sticks / and didgeridoo. Unused continental from Murray Views in Queensland, with round corners as issued, fresh appearance. $1.25 qi%
AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINE. "Ceremonial Decorations, Australian Aboriginals / NATIONAL MUSEUM , MELBOURNE" a costuming exhibit, unused black & white postcard, small corner crease, another corner chipped away. Neither fault anywhere near the image. $2.00 vmi
AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINE. "Stoneage man of / Central Australia" showing a side view of a nude man at a rock painting, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1964 from Crocker Missouri. $3.75 in
BISHARINS. "77 EGYPTIAN TYPES AND SCENES. -- Bisharins Assuan in Fighting Action. -- LL." showing 2 swordsmen with shields, unused black & white postcard with green back, caption of back printed in French, good edges. The Bisharin are a nomadic tribe inhabiting the Bayuda desert near the Sudan. Rare. $25.00 ei
BISHARIN. "Bicharis huts near Assuan" post card from Lichtenstern & Harari, very late usage in the United States, corner & edge wear. The Bisharin nomads roam principally in the Nubian Desert in Sudan, sometimes going into southern Egypt. A small ethnic group that is not often seen on postcards. $12.00 ei ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY
BISHARIN. "BICHARIS / HUTS NEAR ASSOUAN" including a group of 5 children, unused black & white carte postale with undivided back & good edges. The Bisharin nomads roam principally in the Nubian Desert in Sudan, sometimes going into southern Egypt. A small ethnic group that is not often seen on postcards. $12.00 ei
BISHARIN. "GROUP / OF BICHARIS // No. 578 (Registered) Lichtenstern & Harari, Cairo" unused black & white postcard with undivided back, 2 fingerprint smudges at upper left front corner (in sky), good edges. The Bisharin nomads roam principally in the Nubian Desert in Sudan, sometimes going into southern Egypt. A small ethnic group that is not often seen on postcards. $12.00 ei
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BOLIVIAN. "Indios del Gran Chaco Bolivia" color, shows man & 2 children & semi-nude woman, mailed to the United States but stamp removed. cancel ink on front, corner & edge wear. $6.50
CAMPAS / CAMPA INDIANS. "Los Indios 'Campas' en el bajo Perené" postcard from Luis Sablich, numbered 1021 on back, unused. Included is a thatched shelter that is open on all sides, with some baskets hanging down. The grouping is a family of 7 Campa Indians or Campas--standing man, seated woman with 5 children--all clothed, in Eastern Peru. $6.50 pfi%
CHAGNANCO. "Indias Chagnanco Ledesma (Jujuy) Argentina." showing 2 seated women sitting outside & preparing food, unused real photo postcard with good focus & glossy finish, tiny ding in one edge. Ledesma is a department within the province of Jujuy. (2 available) $14.50 each. ani(c)
CHILE. "Indios Fueguinos / P. L Ballester - Punta Arenas." showing three Indians in a dugout--rower, spearman & archer; postcard with undivided back, unused, bottom corner with faint bend. Rare. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 cia
COLORADO (ECUADOR). "COLORADO INDIANS / playing the marimba..." including a semi-nude woman & a pipe-smoking man, unused chrome, Ecuatoriana airline logo in back message area. $2.75 einm%
DARIEN (PANAMA). "FAMILY GROUP, DARIEN INDIANS, REP. OF PANAMA" some semi-nude, unused color postcard in horizontal format. Advertising of K. H. Shahani, proprietor of Royal India (Panama hats, silks, perfumes, etc.) in Cristobal Canal Zone on the back. $11.00 gpfpi
EMPANGO. "Empango Drum Ceremony, Bunyoro, Uganda. 73-9-22" real photo from the Public Relations Department, striking image with good composition, unused & interesting. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50
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GREENLAND ESKIMO. "An Eskimo Family". Classic era. One weak corner. Unused. $4.50
GUAMBIANOS. "SILVIA (CAUCA) COLOMBIA / Indios Guanvianos(sic)" showing two seated Indians with some small animals, chrome postcard, name written on back, bottom corner crease, slight curl to the paper, back-to-front vertical indentation. The correct spelling of the name of the indigenous people referred to in the caption is Guambianos. $1.50 ci
GUANCHES / GUANCHIS. "EA8ABG" Icon de los Vinos Canary Islands QSL postcard used 1987 by operator Benito Mendez, colorful art depicts aboriginal Berber inhabitants (Guanches / Guanchis) & URE logo, excellent condition. $2.25 ci
MACONDE (NYASA, now MOZAMBIQUE). "MULHÉRES MACONDES (NIASSA) P.E.A.--NATIVE TRIBES, HABITS AND CUSTOMS" Edição Santos Rufino--L. Marques. 2 young women, semi-nude & extensively scarred; circa-1920 bilhete postal from Santos Rufino in Lourenço Marques, light album toning both sides . The scarring running from the corner of the eye to the temple is a distinctive tribal marking of the Maconde tribe. Prior to 1835, many of this indigenous people were enslaved to landowners in Mauritius. Seldom offered--especially at this price! $22.50 nn(e)i NEW / NOVÝ / NUOVO
MAORI (NEW ZEALAND). "W. Beattie & CO. Haka, at Carved House, Rotorua. Auckland, N.Z." post card with undivided back mailed there 27 FE 06 (clear cancel ties 1-penny stamp) to Chicago Illinois, mild corner rounding, tiny brown spot in lower left front obscures nothing. This warcry / challenge dance is performed by the New Zealand rugby team before all its matches. Seldom offered. $25.00 ndis-n
MAORI (SOUTHERN DISTRICTS, NEW ZEALAND). "M69. Tangata / Maori / Chief" a close-up portrait, unused real photo postcard with good contrast & focus, from J. D. Kemp, very lightly toned back, good edges. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 n(s)i
MELANESIA. "15. MELANESIAN TYPE NATIVES. EAST COAST NEW CALEDONIA" sepia-tone postcard, unused. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 ni
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NEW GUINEA. "New Guinea / 12 VIEWS IN NATURAL COLOR" folder with some nudity, writing on back, corner & edge wear. Interesting with emphasis on indigenous people--drummers, mask, mudmen, etc. $5.00 pi
OCEANIA. "Father And Son, Vigorous Type Of The South Seas" both standing together near a thatched hut, unused EKKP real photo postcard, soft corners. Some nudity. $7.50 oi
Otavaleños. "Otavolo market scene - Ecuador." indigenous Otavaleños who are famous for weaving textiles; unused real photo postcard copyrighted by Robinson's Photo-Lab in Quito, slight curl to the paper, good edges. $8.00 ei NEW / NOVÝ / NUOVO
OVAMBO / AAWAMBO / AMBO. "SWA / NAMIBIA // Ovambo Flechtarbeit" showing small children standing near a display of woven baskets, unused continental post card from an H. Theiss photo, excellent condition. The name of this indigenous Namibian people is also seen as Aawambo or Ambo. $1.25 spi
PANAMA. "Grupo de una Familia de Indios, Panama, R. P. / Family Group of Indians, Republic of Panama" unused linen from I. L Maduro Jr., fresh appearance. $2.50 pfi
PERU. "Perú Indies Cachevos del Madre de Dios" showing Amazonian Indians, color, some nude and semi-nude, some with bows and arrows; unused, trivial wear at 2 corners. $12.50
PERU. "Peru / Indio Cashiva / Manchas naturales" nude Indian man, color, unused, lightly toned back. $12.50
PIRO / PIRRO / CHONTAQUIRO / SIMIRINCHE. "Indios piros (Perú)" including a few people in a small village along the Madre de Dios River, unused monochromatic green tarjeta postal, phototyped in Zagreb Croatia & numbered 5572 on back. The name of this indigenous people is sometimes seen as Chontaquiro, Pirro, or Simirinche. Seldom seen & seldom offered. $8.50 pi(p)
SAMI / SAAMI / SÁMI / LAPLANDER / LAPP / LAPPER. "Lapper" showing a Laplander mother with her children, real photo postcard from Eneret Mittet & Co., oxidation near the front edges, violet handstamp of the Dampfer 'Resolute' on a trip to the Nordkap, stamp removed by an idiot, linear violet postal marking due to recipient's change of address in Maine. $8.50 i(s)
SEMANG / SAKAI. "4116. Sakai Girls. Ulu Jelebu." real photo postcard of natives in single file--five semi-nude young women followed by men with spears--walking through jungle underbrush, good composition & focus, slight oxidation, no postcard back. Ulu Jelebu is in Negri Sembilan, then in Malaya, now part of Malaysia. The preferred term for this indigenous Negrito people has evolved to be Semang. $20.00 nmi
SHILLUK. "THE SHILLUKS, UPPER NILE // 248 / COPYRIGHT // G. N. MORHIG / THE ENGLISH PHARMACY / KHARTOUM" showing 7 warriors with spears, shields & curved musical instruments; real photo postcard mailed 1912 to England, stamp removed, upper corners crease (one small not into image), approximately 3/8" tear from top center closes well (looks like a crease). The Shilluks once had a kingdom (1490 to 1865) in Southern Sudan & are now a minority there. Rare: in one museum & one library collection; no other offers or recorded sales when we searched the Internet. $15.00 si NEW / NOVÝ / NUOVO
SOUTH AFRICA. "A Kraal Scene - / Greetings from South / Africa." showing 3 semi-nude women & a child outside a grass hut, unused copyrighted real photo post card, good composition & focus, published by The Newman Art Publishing Company, 4 tiny spots of toning on back, slight curl to the paper. No scan is available. $14.00 sni
SOUTH AFRICA. "Greetings from us / all in South Africa" showing a large group of natives outside a grass hut, sepia-tone real photo postcard stamped with 1936 message but not mailed (perhaps because of the nudity shown), slight curl to the paper, small corner crease, trivial toning on back. $13.00 sni
SOUTH AFRICA. "Picking, Stewing and Scoffing Locusts. 519" showing a family group seated & processing a large basket of locusts outdoors, unused copyrighted real photo postcard, good focus & contrast, slight curl to the paper, tiny ding in one edge. Some nudity. $14.00 snif
SOUTH AFRICA. "Rebecca at the Well. 77" a semi-nude young woman kneels & prepares to fill her pot; unused copyrighted real photo postcard, good composition & contrast, published by The Newman Art Publishing Company in Cape Town, slight curl to the paper. $15.00 sni
SOUTH AFRICA. "Union of South Africa" showing several natives dancing, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1963 in US. $1.75
TEMBU / THEMBU. "Tembu women grinding maize on a stone slab outside their / huts set in open grassland" in Transkei, also captioned in Afrikaans, unused continental post card, serrated edge from booklet, fresh appearance. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 tfi
TINGUANE. "No. 176. Profile of Tinguane Woman, / Abra, Island of Luzon, / Philippines." wearing a necklace, earrings & bead in her hair, but semi-nude; sepia-tone postcard in vertical format with red caption at top, unused, brownish paper consistent with circa 1908 age, considerable corner & edge wear, many tiny scrapes on front that are not too distracting. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 pni
TIWI. "Stamping Feet Raise Clouds of Dust / Beating Rhythms of the Shark Dance" showing a Tiwi death dance in Northern Territory Australia; well-done, home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1961 at Greenland Michigan. $2.00 ndi
UTES & NAVAJO. "Battle Mesa, where the Utes / and the Navajos fought. / Gallup, N. Mex. ..." with Nello T. Guadagnoli art, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1960 from Continental Divide New Mexico, small ding at the top edge, slight curl to the paper. $2.25 n(g)i(u)a(g)
WAHGI (Papua New Guinea). "Wahgi aborigines / of New Guinea" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962 at Otwell Indiana, small illustration on back. In the eastern highlands. $2.50 pi NEW / NOVÝ / NUOVO
YARURO (Venezuela). "YARUROS USING A FIRE DRILL" unused postcard published by the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, long vertical crease, minor corner rounding, a few tiny scrapes on front. All that being said it is a decidedly rare & exceptionally interesting postcard. When we searched the Internet we found no other offers, no recorded sales, and no exhibits. $17.50 vi(y) NEW / NOVÝ / NUOVO
ZAPOTECS. "Osuna / A. 395 MONOLITOS ZAPOTECAS, - MUSEO REGIONAL. OAXACA - MEX.' showing 3 monoliths in the regional museum, sepia-tone tarjeta postal with very late usage at Liberty Mills Indiana, tiny upper corner bend, slight oxidation consistent with an earlier age than the postmark. The Zapotecs are indigenous people in that state. Hard to find; we have only seen it offered once on the Internet. $5.00 m(o)im
ZULU. "A renowned Zulu chief (Tshingwayo) and his adjutants / Published by Sallo Epstein & Co., Durban" outside a large rounded hut with their shields; black & white viewcard with orange-brown caption, mailed from Point Natal 1904, minor edge wear, small corner crease nowhere near the view or stamp, traces of cancel ink on front. Rare. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 niz
ZULU. Uncaptioned & unused real photo post card showing 3 Zulu men
with headrings (denoting their married status) seated side-by-side on the
ground, good focus & composition & contrast, Lynn Acutt
photography, slight curl to the paper, good edges.
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