BIGGS (T.) Mausoleum of Khowas Khan and Huzrut Abdool Ruzzak
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BIJAPUR BIGGS (THOMAS) Mausoleum of Khowas Khan and Huzrut Abdool Ruzzak, albumen print, printed caption, pasted to mount, 230 x 320mm., framed and glazed, [1866]
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US$ 500 - 670
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BIGGS (THOMAS) Mausoleum of Khowas Khan and Huzrut Abdool Ruzzak, albumen print, printed caption, pasted to mount, framed and glazed, image 230 x 320mm., [1866]
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