Found on p.53, Manila volume; an album of watercolour drawings by Damián Domingo, probably commissioned between 1827 and 1832 by Rafael Daniel Babon, illustrating the native dress of “indios” and “mestizos” from widely diverse social classes and professions in Manila and some of the surrounding areas, including Pasig, Pampanga, Iloco, Pangasinan, and Bisaya.
Three volumes in total. Title on slipcase: Original paintings on rice paper [i.e. pith paper] showing the costumes of Chili, Peru and Manila [each location with it's own volume]. Volumes 2 and 3 contain armorial bookplates of Hermann Marx.