The plates are captioned as follows: [First series, 1856]: El Cholo Costenõ; La Chola Quesera; El Heladero; La Chola Frutera; El Biscochero; La Chola Rabona; La Tapada (de noche); El Indio de la Sierra; La Tapada; La Chola de la Sierra; La Tapada (Saya y Manto) ; La Tapada (Saya y Manto) [2, i.e. the same title as the preceding plate but an entirely different image]. [Second series, 1857]: La Zamacueca; La Zamba (a la procesion); El Capeador; Chorrillos. Traje de Bano; El Panadero; La Plazera; El Arriero; La Chichera; El Aguador; La Lechera; El Velero; La Caleza.
No letterpress title or text was issued with the plates and only these two parts were ever published.
Sets of both the first and second series are seldom encountered together.
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