African Themed Prints and Clippings. Lot of 14 Pieces. Various places and publishers, 1822-1900. Includes hand colored print of “The Notorious Black Billy At Home to a London Street Party, ca. 1850; a lithograph of “Toby. A well Known Imposter, “ dated 1822; a full color patriotic dancing scene, possibly of joyful liberated slaves; a Negro fiddler in caricature with caption “Sich a Getting up Stairs,” possibly a fragment of the sheet music cover from the 1840s; “Kaffirs Booming” depicting Africans with European women at Earl’s Court, ca. 1890’s; the Supplement to “Le Petit Journal” dated 1891 with one page full illustration of Dahomey Warrior Amazons, printed in color; hand colored “Zulu Kaffirs of Natal,”; two clippings, one hand colored, depicting a boy and girl from the “Earthmen Tribe” from Port Natal (1852); “Les Zoulous a Paris”; “The English Mania for Private Theatricals Invades Blackville”; Many from the London Illustrated News, L’Univers Ilustre, Punch, Harper’s Weekly and others; Hand colored print of “The Notorious Black Billy At Home to a London Street Party, ca. 1850.