Prince Tedjokoesoemo, son of  Sultan Hamengkoe Buwono VII

Prince Tedjokoesoemo, son of Sultan Hamengkoe Buwono VII of Indonesia

Philippine (Moro) and Indonesian armor.

Moro warrior armor typical of the Moro wars of Stopping these Islamic fanatic, pirates and bandits was the reason the Colt 1911 semi-automatic 45 caliber pistol was adopted by the U.

Raden Saleh is one of the best known painters from Indonesia and a pioneer of modern Indonesian art.

Raden Saleh is one of the best known painters from Indonesia and a pioneer of modern Indonesian art.

Portret van de Sultan van Djogjakarta Hamengkoe Boewono VI (1855-1877)

Sultan HB VI which is the king of Yogyakarta, which ruled in the year 1855 - 1877 (source Wikipedia & Tropen museum Netherlands).

A teenager in Java wearing traditional Javanese attire: blangkon headgear, batik sarong and kris as accessory. 1913.

COLLECTIE TROPENMUSEUM Een jonge Javaan te Semarang Java 1913 - Java - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A teenager in Java wearing traditional Javanese attire: blangkon headgear, batik sarong and kris as accessory.

Philippine armor, the Moro wore hide armor, or jackets of heavy cord, or covered with scales of bark. Those who could afford a better equipment wore armor of brass, or horn, plates connected by heavy brass mail of peculiar design, probably copied from Spanish models. The helmets were generally of brass shaped like the 17th-century Spanish casques.  Occasionally they were made of plates of horn connected by mail like the hauberks, or entirely of horn."

Moro (Philippines) warriors armor, mail and plate helmet with mail and plate shirt, shield.

The indomitable Hadji Abdullah of Jolo (in the Philippines) with pearl-handled revolver and .30-.40 Krag gifted by Taft. The weird white shape at his solar plexus is what looks like the finely carved and highly stylized ivory kakatua pommel of his Kris. High status.

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Period Photos of People with Ethnographic Arms

Penjual Soto keliling tempo dulu, Surabaya

Penjual Soto keliling tempo dulu, Surabaya

A Moro (Philippine) warrior wearing mail and plate armor and helmet,  captured by U.S. soldiers after the 4-day Battle of Bagsak Mountain (1913).

A Moro (Philippine) warrior wearing mail and plate armor and helmet, captured by U. soldiers after the Battle of Bagsak Mountain

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