Out Of Stock Antique print. The Ceremony Of Poulaho King Of The Friendly Islands (Tonga) Drinking Kava

The Ceremony Of Poulaho King Of The Friendly Islands (Tonga) Drinking Kava

Artist/Collection: George Alexander Cooke
Product Code: FRP16548
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The Ceremony Of Poulaho King Of The Friendly Islands (Tonga) Drinking Kava

26 x 21 cm (10.25 x 8.25 inches).

Tonga

This original antique engraving is from a work by George Alexander Cooke, Universal Geography, which described voyages, travels and discoveries of great explorers of the era such as Captain James Cook, Furneaux, Magellan, Drake, Anson, Dampier and Wallis. It was made by copper plate engraving in 1801 on medium weight, chain-linked cotton rich, paper. It is in very good condtion with a few dots of foxing and small unobtrusive marks as shown in the above image.

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Style
Date Made 1800-1849
Paper Size 26 x 21 cm (10.25 x 8.25 inches)
Shape Landscape
Main Color Black + White
Size Category 21 to 30 cm (8 to 12 inches)
Tags: king, man, kava, tonga