Original lithograph from the 19th century. Juan Zabala was governor of Barcelona. He presided over the cabinet of the 1st Spanish Republic and participated as a general in the battle of Tetuan. Measurements: of the image 18.5x11.5 cms. Good conservation.
Original lithograph from the 19th century. They are numbered: the Nº1 first sergeant foot brigade; No. 2 gala worker; No. 3 daily worker; Nº4 beater and Nº5 daily musician. Image measures 28x33.5 cm. Good conservation.
After Dominic Serres. Engraved by James Fittler, marine engraver to King George III. Published by Robert Bowyer, proprietor of the Historic Gallery, Pall Mall, London, February 1795. Print made by: James Fittler (1758-1835) Artist: after Dominic Serres (1722-1793) Published by: Robert Bowyer (1758 1834) School: German In good condition. It has a fold...
Position of the Moors on the gap of Anghera and advance that they had in the bottom of the valley, on the afternoon of December 7, 1000 paces from Fort Spain, but out of their reach. Copied from the natural and sent by D. Manuel María Giménez. Africa Campaign 1859-1860. On the back there is a Madrid stamp. Image measurements: 19.4x25.9 cm.
Battle of November 25 and victory achieved by the Spanish army against the Kabilas and Moroccan troops. Lithographed Labielle. Measurements: 15.6x24.7 cm. It has some slight cut in the lower part that does not affect the image.