Itinerant traders (122 Subjects)
Water sellers in Istanbul.
Jewish coffee-seller in Algiers.
The main entrance (Sublime Porte) to Topkapi Palace, Istanbul.
The Hippodrome of Constantinople.
Helvacı, chief confectioner in the Sultan's palace.
Salepçi, itinerant salep seller.
Sakka, itinerant water seller.
Simitçi, itinerant simit (bread) seller.
Çiğerci, itinerant liver seller.
Α. Water carrier/seller (Saka). Β-C. Janissaries.
View of the first Courtyard, known also as Court of the Janissaries or Parade Court. On the right Hagia Irene and the Imperial Mint. In the background the Gate of Salutation, leading to the Second Courtyard of the palace.
The march of the Sultan from Topkapi Palace to the mosque, on the day of Bayram.
The Hippodrome of Constantinople. In the background the Obelisks of the Byzantine Emperors Theodosius II and Constantine VII. On the left the Mosque of Sultan Ahmed I.
View of the park of Pera, next to the cemetery. This park started off the area around today's Taxim square and through the neighborhoods of Gümüşsuyu and Fındıklı it reached the shores of Bosporus.
The prairie of Büyükdere, on the European shores of the Bosporus.
The central avenue of the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul.
Milk store in the Grand Bazaar of Istanbul.
View of the Tophane square and the Fountain of Sultan Mahmut I. In the background the Nusretiye Mosque.
View of Istiniye, on the European shores of the Bosporus. On the left the Fountain of Ahmet Şemsettin.
Hadrian's Library in Athens.
The entrance of the Ulu Mosque in Bursa. In the background Mount Uludağ.
Ottoman market at Lüleburgaz in Turkey.
Leisure scene at Sweet waters of Europe (Kağithane). Saadabad palace in the distance.
The bazaar of Athens. On the forefront, on the right, an emancipated African slave. On the doorway, the owner of the coffeehouse who is brigning a tray with coffee to the Ottoman governor Disdar Aga. Disdar Aga is sitting on the stairs, dressed in red, and next to him sits another Turkish aga. Standing at the entrance of the coffeehouse, the Greek voivode (governor) of Salamis island, who is conversing a Greek Baratario (protegé of a foreign power). At the centre of the picture, three Turkish women covered with long white veils. According to Edward Dodwell's description, the rest of the women depicted are Arvanite. Standing, on the right, a devout Muslim in green costume, an indication that he has made the pigrimage to Mecca.
A street in Istanbul.
The Hippodrome of Istanbul with the mosque of Sultan Ahmed I. Hagia Sophia on the left.