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Item 195863    
Uganda Kenya Tanganyika 5c 50c 1959 Old Real Photo Postcard KAMPALA General View

Vintage Real Photo Photograph Photographic Old Postcard. Africa. Kampala. General View Panorama. Postally Used in 1959 with Uganda Kenya Tanganyika Queen Elizabeth II 5c Owen Falls Dam, and 50c Giraffe stamps. Published by Photo Sapra A.H. Wardle & Co. Uganda Ltd

Item 186861    
Tanga Market Street Scene, Mandated Territory of Tanganyika KG5 25c Old Postcard

Vintage Old Postcard. Africa. Tanga, Market Street Scene. With Mandated Territory of Tanganyika KG5 25c stamp attached on picture side. Published by Photo Artists Co. Tanga

Item 186858    
Tanganyika Tanga, Native Women Drying Sisal Fibre Plantation Old Tuck's Postcard

Vintage Old Tuck's Postcard. Africa Tanganyika Territory. African Ethnic Life.. Western Soldiers Men. Natives. Native Black Women at Work. Drying Sisal on Plantation in the Tanga District. Sisal fibre is produced from the plant Agave sisalana and is used mainly for the manufacture of rope and binder twine. In 1923 it was the premier export crop of Tanganyika and this export was valued at £367,228. Published by Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd

Item 166936    
Tanganyika Territory Old Tuck Postcard Group of IKOMA Natives Native Black Women

Vintage Old Tuck's Postcard. Africa, Ethnic Life. African. Ethnic Life. Tanganyika Territory. Group of Ikoma Natives. Native Black Women Ladies. / The group shows a representative type of native of Central Africa. The Ikoma are an ethnic and linguistic group based in Mara Region in northern Tanzania. History shows that the Waikoma are closely related to the Wangoreme and Waissenye tribes with whom they are believed to have migrated to Serengeti district and left behind the Wasonjo, their other close relatives in Loliondo, Ngoronoro district of Arusha Region.
Published by Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd. London