PORTRAITS A group of views and portraits including 6 viceregal visits to Alwar and Ratlam, with two portraits of the Tahkur Sahib of Morvi, together with a good view of Madras by J.P. Nicholas and a bullock-cart by Saché, predominantly albumen prints, most captioned in manuscript on the mounts, typically 225 x 335mm. and smaller, 1885 and later (11)
Lot 277
PORTRAITS A group of views and portraits including 6 viceregal visits to Alwar and Ratlam, with two portraits of the Tahkur Sahib of Morvi, together with a good view of Madras by J.P. Nicholas and a bullock-cart by Saché, predominantly albumen prints, most captioned in manuscript on the mounts, typically 225 x 335mm. and smaller, 1885 and later (11)
£200 - 400
US$ 340 - 670
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PORTRAITS
A group of views and portraits including 6 viceregal visits to Alwar and Ratlam, with two portraits of the Tahkur Sahib of Morvi, together with a good view of Madras by J.P. Nicholas and a bullock-cart by Saché, predominantly albumen prints, most captioned in manuscript on the mounts, typically 225 x 335mm. and smaller, 1885 and later (11)

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