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After Lieutenant-Colonel C.R.Forrest

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After Lieutenant-Colonel C.R.Forrest

A Picturesque Tour Along The River Ganges and Jumna: The Rocks of Colgong, A Village on the Ganges above Boglipore, The Cuttub Minar in the Ruins of Ancient Dehli, The Indian Fort of Chunargurh, Palace of the King of Dehli, The Fakeer's Rock at Janguira, City of Lucknow, Raj Ghaut and Fort of Allahabad, The Motee Girna (Abbey Travel No.441) by Thomas Sutherland

aquatints part printed in colour and finished by hand, published 1824 by R.Ackermann, on J.Whatman 1825 watermarked wove paper, some slight off setting of text, one or two fox marks to some sheets, colours fresh
S. 10½ x 13¼in (26.5 x 33.5cm)
(unframed) (9)
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