Bow and arrow

Arrows, Bows (Archery)
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Date: 1826 From: Chazal, Antoine, 1793-1854 :[Watercolours, proof engravings and aquatints by Antoine Chazal and others after drawings by Jules LeJeune and others for Duperrey's Voyage autour du monde ... Paris, 1822-1825] By: LeJeune, Jules Louis, active 1804-1851 Ref: C-082-068 Description: A display of weapons including two bows and various types of arrows Redrawn by Chazal from original by Lejeune, & engraved by Tardieu for publication as pla...
Date: 1826 From: Chazal, Antoine, 1793-1854 :[Watercolours, proof engravings and aquatints by Antoine Chazal and others after drawings by Jules LeJeune and others for Duperrey's Voyage autour du monde ... Paris, 1822-1825] By: LeJeune, Jules Louis, active 1804-1851 Ref: C-082-067 Description: A display of weapons including two bows and various types of arrows Redrawn by Chazal from original by Lejeune, & engraved by Tardieu for publication as pla...
Date: 1999 By: Scott, Thomas Joseph, 1947-; Evening Post (Wellington, N.Z.) Ref: H-558-042/063 Description: Political cartoons. Nato forces are briefed on their bombing target which is surrounded by civilian services like hospitals and schools. The Police encourage...
Date: 1945 - 1950 By: McNamara, John Joseph, 1918-2001; Southern Cross (Newspaper : 1946-1951) Ref: A-369-072/088 Description: Collection of political cartoons published in The Southern Cross that mainly relating to Sidney Holland and his conservative policies. Some cartoons are spec...
Date: 1877-1890 From: Phillips, Coleman, 1846-1925 : Papers Ref: 79-027-07 Description: Papers on various topics including the starch factory at Greytown, dam building, treeplanting, Maori vocabulary, ploughing, harrowing, farm estimates, wool s...
John Player & Sons Ltd: Relics of Franklin's Expedition 1845 [1915].
Date: 1845 - 1915 From: John Player & Sons Ltd: Polar exploration; a series of 25 issued by the John Player & Sons Branch of the Imperial Tobacco Co. (of Great Britain & Ireland) Ltd., Nottingham), [1915]. Ref: Eph-A-PCC-1915-01-12 Description: Card shows an illustration of various pieces of equipment used in Sir John Franklin's expedition: sextant, naval flag, paddle, arrows, rifle, etc. Quantity:...
Date: 1982 By: Bromhead, Peter, 1933-; Auckland star (Newspaper) Ref: A-360-063/075 Description: Cartoons on international and New Zealand political and social issues. Quantity: 13 original cartoon(s). Physical Description: Black ink on card, sizes var...
Date: 1838 - 1835 - 1825 - 1843 - 1836 From: Various artists :[66 engravings of Oceanian subjects, including Tahiti, Marquesas, Tonga, Pitcairn, Vanuatu, and Polynesia in general. 1838-1843]. By: Dampier, Robert, 1800-1874; Danvin, Victor Marie Felix, 1802-1842 Ref: A-318-021 Description: Shows a double portrait of the king (also called Kamehameha III, or Kauikeaouli), and his sister. The king holds a lance, and his sister holds a "kahili" (a ...
Date: 1844 From: [Various artists] :[Costume plates of Oceania] Torino [Turin] ; Fontana, 1844 Ref: A-119-020 Description: Shows a warrior, in cloth and leaf headdress, arm and leg bands, and loincloth. He holds a bow and an arrow. Wahlen's book is an Italian translation of his ...
Date: 1844 From: [Various artists] :[Costume plates of Oceania] Torino [Turin] ; Fontana, 1844 Ref: A-119-017 Description: Shows a tattooed warrior, in feathered headdress, and broad waistband made from leaves and flowers. He holds a bow and an arrow. Wahlen's book is an Italian...
Date: 1844 From: [Various artists] :[Costume plates of Oceania] Torino [Turin] ; Fontana, 1844 Ref: A-119-021 Description: Shows a warrior, in loincloth and turban, holding a bow and several arrows. Wahlen's book is an Italian translation of his "Moeurs, usages et coutumes de to...
Date: 1982 From: Lodge, Nevile Sidney 1918-1989 :[Archive of original cartoons for the Evening Post and Sports Post, 1941 to 1988] By: Lodge, Nevile Sidney, 1918-1989; Evening Post (Wellington, N.Z.) Ref: B-136-057 Description: Shows Mike Minogue dressed as Robin Hood . Behind him is a 'middle income earner' who is weighted down by the burden of taxation. Minogue is drawing his bow ...
Date: 1802 From: [Daniell, Samuel] 1775-1811 :[Natives of South Africa] 1802 Ref: A-154-031 Description: Two standing men, both holding a bow and arrows Quantity: 1 drawing(s). Physical Description: Pencil and wash on paper, 233 x 168 mm
Date: 1802 From: [Daniell, Samuel] 1775-1811 :[Natives of South Africa] 1802 Ref: A-154-024 Description: A group study of standing Zulus. Two are men, two women. According to the artist, 'Boushwanahs' are a branch of Kaffirs (Zulu or Xhosa peoples). Compare the...
Date: 1802 From: [Daniell, Samuel] 1775-1811 :[Natives of South Africa] 1802 Ref: A-154-032 Description: Two views of a standing man, armed with spear, bow and arrows Quantity: 1 drawing(s). Physical Description: Pencil and wash on paper, 217 x 165 mm
From: Monkhouse, Thomas Stewart, 1828-1920 :[Sketchbook No. 2.] Ref: E-396-f-2-019 Description: Quantity: 1 drawing(s). Physical Description: Pencil, 170 x 209 mm (page size)
From: Monkhouse, Thomas Stewart, 1828-1920 :[Sketchbook No. 2.] Ref: E-396-f-2-008 Description: Quantity: 2 drawing(s) (on one page). Physical Description: Pencil, 170 x 209 mm (page size)
Date: 1980 From: Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945- :[Political cartoons] / Evans - Auckland New Zealand Social Credit Political League [1980] Ref: A-261-042 Description: Published cartoon shows a one dollar banknote pierced by an arrow which also skewers a dead bird. Quantity: 1 colour photo-mechanical print(s). Physical De...
Date: 1984 From: Brockie, Bob :[One hundred and three cartoon photocopies. Dated from 1984 to 1991]. Ref: H-548-029 Description: A scene showing Robin Hood and his merry men (ie Labour Party's David Lange, Mike Moore, Roger Douglas and Richard Prebble) looking gloomily at a target ("Go...
Date: 1984 From: Various artists :Collection of photocopies, newspaper clippings and bromides of cartoons by Bromhead (A-314-1), Brockie (A-314-2) and J. C. Hill (A-314-3). Ref: A-314-2-045 Description: Shows Douglas as Robin Hood with his merry men (Lange, Moore and Prebble). They are standing near a tree which has a target (Govt. deficit) on the trunk. The...