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The merchant with his counting frame

The merchant with his counting frame

Drawing shows a merchant at his business place or office, with an abacus. Title from item. Unsigned, but probably by Kano, 1878. From "Trade & commerce; coins, etc." series. Gift; Mrs. David Murray; 1909. Forms... more

Soroban (counting frames)

Soroban (counting frames)

Drawing shows an abacus. Title from item. Inscribed in pencil on lower left corner of paper mount: Kano Nov. 1878. From the "Education" series. Gift; Mrs. David Murray; 1909. Forms part of: David Murray collect... more

Le calculateur patriote

Le calculateur patriote

Print shows an accountant sitting at a desk on which are six severed heads, recording a tally of the heads taken and the number that remain due. Title from item. Henderson, pl. 27 de Vinck, 1615/1616 Blum, 566 ... more

Le calculateur patriote

Le calculateur patriote

Print shows an accountant sitting at a desk on which are six severed heads, recording a tally of the heads taken and the number that remain due. Title from item. Henderson, pl. 27 de Vinck, 1615/1616 Blum, 566 ... more

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