Six hand colored fashion prints from various sources. 1) One plate from 'Les Modes Parisiennes' (Paris Journal). Mounted at the top corners only with two small strips of tape and housed in a thin folio. Measures 13-in. x 10-in. mat size, 9.375-in. x 6.25-in. cut-out image size. 2) One plate Published by Hautecaur Martinet, Paris, of fashion worn by Fermiere (Farmer's wife) and description of outfit. Hinge mounted at the top corners only with two small strips of tape and housed in a thin folio. Measures 18-in. x 13-in. mat size, 11.625-in. x 7.125-in. cut-out image size. 3) Two plates published by E Philipon rue Bergere (Paris Newspaper), No. 464 and No. 45 from the Cosmopolitan Museum. Both showing fashion from 'Sweden, Norway and Denmark'. Both hinge mounted at the top corners only with two small strips of tape and housed in a thin folio. One measures 13-in. x 10.125-in. mat size, 9.125-in. x 6.125-in. cut-out image size. The other measures 13-in. x 9.125-in. mat size, 9.25-in. x 6.125-in. cut-out image size. 4) Two plates from 'The Costume of Turkey'. Drawn from life in 1798 by Octavien Dalvimart and stipple-engraved by John Dadley and William Poole. Published by William Miller, London, 1804. Plates are XXIII (An Inhabitant of the Coast of Syria) and LIV (A Sailor). Both include the pages from the book describing the plate, taped at top center. Both measure 13.75-in. x 10.375-in. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and is no guarantee as grading can be subjective. Buyer must view photographs or scans to assist in determining condition and ask further questions if so desired. Provenance: C.D. Raymond & Son collection. We ship most items in this auction in house and gladly combine shipping if possible of multiple items. (1 @ C24 R18; 2 @ C42 R18; 1 @ C8 R24; 2 @ C11 R22).