Ottoman Turkish Illustrations from:

Herrn Baron von Tott's Nachrichten von den Türken und Tataren Volumes 1 & 2


by François Tott and Charles Peyssonnel

Published: C. Weigel and A.G . Schneider, 1787

These are based on pictures by Jean-Baptiste Vanmour. Click on a link to see the corresponding image.
The plates are in the order they appear in the books, the last 5 are from volume 2.

Effendi


Cadi leskier (Kadi el Asker)


Eine Jüdische Macklerinn (Putzhandlerinn)


Tchelebi (Zenpara Tschelebi)


Ein Türkisches Frauenzimmer, so auf der Sopha Taback raucht


Jannisar Agasi (Jenissaren Aga)


Ast chi Bachi (Assetschy Baschi)


Bach Chiaoux (Tschausche Baschi)


Bostangi Bachi (Bostandschi Baschi)


Moufti (Mufti)


Vezir Azem, der Großwisir


Chatir (Schatir)


Soulak (Solak)


Zulufli Baltadgi (Zuluftschi Baltadgi)


Kislar-Agassi (Kislar Aga)


Seliktar Agassi (Seliktar Aga)


Dervich (ein Derwisch)


Capoutan Bacha (Kapitan Pascha)


Dgi-Gverdgi (Dschiherdschi)


Kasseki


Serdinguesti


Ein Crimischer Tartar


Emir


Spahi



Source: hathitrust.org



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