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|Item 187426 |
Oubangui-Chari Ubangi-Shari, Damara Native Black Woman AEF 10c 1925 Old Postcard
Vintage Old Postcard. Oubangui-Chari Ubangi-Shari. French Colonies. Ethnic Life. Afrique Équatoriale Française. French Equatorial Africa. Damara - Une Jolie Damarienne. Damara - A pretty Damarienne. Native Black Woman Girl. Houses Huts. With Afrique Équatoriale Française overprinted in red on 10c Moyen Congo stamp attached on front, tied Ville Plaine Moyen Congo, not postally used. The Damara people (Damaran) are an ethnic group who speak the Khoekhoe language (like the Nama people) and the majority live in the northwestern regions of Namibia.
Ubangi-Shari (1906−1958) (French: Oubangui-Chari) was a French colony in central Africa, a part of French Equatorial Africa.
Published by Levy et Neurdein reunis
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Oubangui-Chari Ubangi-Shari Ubangi AEF, Woman Girls of Sultan Rafai Old Postcard
Vintage Old Postcard. Oubangui-Chari Ubangi-Shari. French Colonies. Ethnic Life. Afrique Équatoriale Française. Filles du Sultan de Rafai. Photographie Rene Mureau. / French Equatorial Africa. Ladies, Young Women, Girls of Sultan Rafai. Costumes. Oubangui-Chari, or Ubangi-Shari, was a French territory in central Africa which later became the independent country of the Central African Republic on August 13, 1960. It followed the establishment of the Bangui outpost in 1889, and was named in 1894.
Published by R. Begue 9 Rue Canchois Paris