London, South Kensington
25 September 2007
Bourne, Shepherd and Robertson Photographers, and others (late 19th Century)
A collection of Portraits of Maharajas and their familes, Peoples of India, Views of Benares, Agra, Lahore, Delhi, Amritsar, Burma, Ismailia, and Port-Said
some with pencil titles 'The Golden Temple Umritsur'; 'Dalhousie'; 'Ranjit Singh's Tomb Lahore'; 'Khyber pass in distance'; 'Kootab Delhi' [Qutb Minar]; 'Entrance to Temple in Brindavan'; 'Akbar's Tomb - Agra'; 'Fort at Agra'; 'Taj Mahal - Agra'; 'Jumma Musjid - Agra'; 'Worship of Kali during Darga puga in Agra'; 'Benares'; 'Elephant Tower Futehpour Sikre'; 'Budhist priest ...'; 'Temple in Burmah'
albumen prints, in album, disbound
7½ x 11in. (19 x 28cm.) and smaller
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