These three rare and extremely unusual panoramic images combine to form a single, 31.5-inch-long document of what is believed to be the coast of Korea as seen from a Japanese Warship during a military survey. The era is that of Japan's annexation and occupation of Korea (1850-1910) and a strange, light, round seal bearing numerals and Asian characters hovers in each image. The images are very clear, though the paper is sharply creased along a center line, and again, partially in the right panels. Asian characters in light pencil markings on verso(s).
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Medium Vintage Gelatin Silver Prints
Photo Date ca. 1910 Print Date ca. 1910
Dimensions 3.5 x 31.5 in. (89 x 800 mm)
Photo Country Japan
Photographer Country Japan
Charles Schwartz Ltd.