Japanese drawing of a dromedary.
The Dutch emissaries took gifts to the court of the Shogun, Japan’s military ruler. In the first half of the 18th century, various animals were taken to Edo, including hounds, Persian horses, birds, dromedaries and even an elephant. Most of these animals then became pets or served as attractions. This picture features a dromedary.
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Graphic Design of the World. Nostos books.Edited by Kohei Sugiura.
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The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis, illustrated by Jacob Landau.
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Nouveau Larousse Ménager (1955).
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Photo book by Nobuyoshi Araki.
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Pocket Knife.
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Hunger by Knut Hamsun.
Book cover design by Milton Glaser.
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Вождь краснокожих.
Russian book cover illustrated by Бриммер, Н.
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ABC.
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Human Performance.
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Stäppvargen (Der Steppenwolf) by Herman Hesse.
Book cover design by Gunnar Göransson.
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Nine by Laumer.
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The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas.Chechoslovak book cover design by Adolf Born. 
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Wildlife Under the Equator by Paul Du Chaillu (1869).
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Pages from a notebook by Shingo Ikeda.
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