Watermelon seller - {Constantinople} İstanbul

Watermelon seller - {Constantinople} İstanbul

A Pedlar, Istanbul, 1890s (Osmanlı İstanbulunda Bir Seyyar Satıcı, 1890'lar)

A Pedlar, Istanbul, 1890s (Osmanlı İstanbulunda Bir Seyyar Satıcı, 1890'lar)

Fruits sailer Ottoman time - Osmanlı dönemi meyve satan seyyar satıcı 1900'ler.

Fruits sailer Ottoman time - Osmanlı dönemi meyve satan seyyar satıcı 1900'ler.

İstanbul 1915

İstanbul 1915

'sarımsak satıcısı' (garlic seller).  Istanbul, early 20th century.

'sarımsak satıcısı' (garlic seller). Istanbul, early 20th century.

Eminönü / Yeni Camii önünde Çorbacılar - 1910 lar

Eminönü / Yeni Camii önünde Çorbacılar - 1910 lar

Marchand De Simites, Salut De CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, 1900- - bidStart (item 43625015 in Postcards... Turkey)

Marchand De Simites, Salut De CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, 1900- - bidStart (item 43625015 in Postcards... Turkey)

Pascal Sébah (1823-1886): SEPET SATICISI (basket seller).  Istanbul, 1873. The present picture is part of Les Costumes Populaires de la Turquie, an album of photographs by the famous photographer Pascal Sebah, on the occasion of the universal exposition in Vienna in 1873. The album was entitled "Ouvrage publié sous le patronage de la Commission impériale ottomane pour l'Exposition universelle de Vienne".

Pascal Sébah (1823-1886): SEPET SATICISI (basket seller). Istanbul, 1873. The present picture is part of Les Costumes Populaires de la Turquie, an album of photographs by the famous photographer Pascal Sebah, on the occasion of the universal exposition in Vienna in 1873. The album was entitled "Ouvrage publié sous le patronage de la Commission impériale ottomane pour l'Exposition universelle de Vienne".

STREET SELLER: Salepçi (seller of the salep beverage). Istanbul, early 20th century. Salep is a flour made from the tubers of the orchid genus Orchis. These tubers contain a nutritious, starchy polysaccharide called glucomannan. Salep flour is consumed in beverages and desserts.

STREET SELLER: Salepçi (seller of the salep beverage). Istanbul, early 20th century. Salep is a flour made from the tubers of the orchid genus Orchis. These tubers contain a nutritious, starchy polysaccharide called glucomannan. Salep flour is consumed in beverages and desserts.

Ice-cream seller, Constantinople, 1898

Ice-cream seller, Constantinople, 1898

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