[Gilsemans, Isaac] fl 1637-1645 :Syn onse schepen so die geanckert legen op de veede ... [Tongatapu] 23 January 1643.
- 1643 - 1898
- Tasman's ships the Heemskerck and the Zeehaen moored at Tongatapu in January 1643, with details of a Tonga double canoe, a fishing vessel, small canoes coming to the ships, Tongans swimming to the ships, and palm trees and other vegetation on land in the background. The hand-colouring is applied only to the Dutch flags on the two ships Other Titles - A. Our ships at anchor in the roadstead ... B. Small prows which come on padding in great triumph with presents from the King. C. A sailing vessel [double-hulled canoe]... D. A prow which they use to go out fishing in. E. The way in which they come swimming to our ships with cocoa-nuts and yams. F. The cape round which their King resides. [translation] Extended Title - From Abel Janszoon Tasman's journal ... [facsimiles]. Amsterdam, Frederick Muller & Co, 1898. Various pagings. Unpaged section for 23 January 1643. First illustration. Quantity: 1 b&w photo-mechanical print(s). Physical Description: Photolithograph (with hand-colouring) of ink drawing, 284 x 434 mm
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- 1 b&w photo-mechanical print(s), Works of art, Albums, Photolithograph (with hand-colouring) of ink drawing, 284 x 434 mm
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