Old Asia Photography

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Unknown Photographer
Ref: 01511
​Unidentified samurai.
Shimooka Renjo
Ref: 01510
​ Shows trademark Shimooka studio carpet. 
Schulze, Fedor
Ref: 01509
Illustrated in Dr. H. Ploss. Woman: An Historical Gynaecological and Anthropological Compendium, Burlington: Elsevier Science, 2014, p.309.  Captain Fedor Schulze (1836-1908) was a German military officer who served with distinction in the Dutch forces and settled in Batavia wher ... <more>
Schulze, Fedor
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​Shows Schulze studio wet stamp printed on reverse: 'Schulze Photo Batavia'.  Captain Fedor Schulze (1836-1908) was a German military officer who served with distinction in the Dutch forces and settled in Batavia where he became a naturalised Dutchman. Amongst other publications he produced:&nb ... <more>
Schulze, Fedor
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​Shows Schulze studio wet stamp printed on reverse: 'Schulze Photo Batavia'.  Captain Fedor Schulze (1836-1908) was a German military officer who served with distinction in the Dutch forces and settled in Batavia where he became a naturalised Dutchman. Amongst other publications he p ... <more>
Schulze, Fedor
Ref: 01506
​Shows Schulze studio wet stamp printed on reverse: 'Schulze Phot. Batavia'.  Captain Fedor Schulze (1836-1908) was a German military officer who served with distinction in the Dutch forces and settled in Batavia where he became a naturalised Dutchman. Amongst other publications he produced:&nb ... <more>
Schulze, Fedor
Ref: 01505
Shows Schulze studio props. Illustrated in Dr. H. Ploss. Das Weib in der Natur-Und Volkerkunde Anthropologische Studien, Leipzig: Th. Grieben's Verlag, 1905. p.513. Captain Fedor Schulze (1836-1908) was a German military officer who served with distinction in the Dutch forces and set ... <more>
Schulze, Fedor attributed
Ref: 01504
Captain Fedor Schulze (1836-1908) was a German military officer who served with distinction in the Dutch forces and settled in Batavia where he became a naturalised Dutchman. Amongst other publications he produced: Capt. Fedor Schulze, West-Java Traveller’s Guide (Batavia, 1894).&nbsp ... <more>
Schulze, Fedor
Ref: 01503
​​Shows Schulze studio wet stamp printed on reverse: 'Schulze Photo Batavia'.   Captain Fedor Schulze (1836-1908) was a German military officer who served with distinction in the Dutch forces and settled in Batavia where he became a naturalised Dutchman. Amongst other publications he produced:& ... <more>
Schulze, Fedor attributed
Ref: 01502
Captain Fedor Schulze (1836-1908) was a German military officer who served with distinction in the Dutch forces and settled in Batavia where he became a naturalised Dutchman. Amongst other publications he produced: Capt. Fedor Schulze, West-Java Traveller’s Guide (Batavia, 1894).&nbsp ... <more>
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