KENYA An Andorobo man; related to the Nandi tribe Cylinder in ear lobe 1900
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KENYA. An Andorobo man; related to the Nandi tribe. Cylinder in ear lobe 1900

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CAPTION PRINTED BELOW PICTURE: 'An Andorobo man - The Andorobo, who are closely related to the Nandi tribe, and whose language is practically only a dialect of Nandi, are a mixture of many negro races. They dress their hair like the pastoral Masai, to whom they have more or less attached themselves, and wear in the lobe of the ear an extraordinary wooden cylinder'

DATE PRINTED: 1900    

IMAGE SIZE: Approx 20.5 x 15.0cm, 8 x 6 inches (Medium)

TYPE: Antique photographic book illustration

CONDITION: Good; suitable for framing. However, please note: The image shown may have been taken from a different example of this print than that which is offered for sale. The print you will receive is in good condition but there may be minor variations in the condition from that shown in the image. Please check the scan for any blemishes prior to making your purchase. Virtually all antiquarian maps and prints are subject to some normal aging due to use and time which is not obtrusive unless otherwise stated. We offer a no questions asked return policy.

AUTHENTICITY: This is an authentic historic print, published at the date stated above. It is not a modern copy.

VERSO: There are images and/or text printed on the reverse side of the picture. In some cases this may be visible on the picture itself (please check the scan prior to your purchase) or around the margin of the picture

ARTIST/CARTOGRAPHER/ENGRAVER: Photo by Sir H.H. Johnston

PROVENANCE: "Customs of the World"; Edited by Walter Hutchinson, With an introduction by A.C. Haddon, Published by Hutchinson & Co., London



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