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Timed - Antique & Modern Fishing Tackle, Collectables, Historical Documents, Indian Ephemera
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The Old Shippon
Wall Under Heywood
CHURCH STRETTON, Church Stretton, Shropshire
United Kingdom
Timed - Antique & Modern Fishing Tackle, Collectables, Historical Documents, Indian Ephemera


Auction dates
Starts: Nov 13, 2020 01:00 PM GMT
Ends from: Nov 22, 2020 12:30 PM GMT
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What I Saw of India and Its People by R Lawson 1889 - A 93 page book with 18 illustrations and
Merchant & Importer In Bombay. c1890s - P Roy & Co^ Bombay 2. A locally printed 28 page catalogue
History of British India by Hugh Murray 1857 - an extensive 723 page book giving a fulsome account
India - A Compendium Of East Indian Affairs - Political And Commercial^ Collected And Arranged For
What I Saw In India 1892 - by Louis Tracy. Unusual as published in India by the Allahabad Morning
History of India by Captain L J Trotter 1899 - A 433 page book with a number of illustrations.
India In 1887 Book by Robert Wallace - A 365 page book with over 70 photographs and illustrations^
The Religions of India by A Barth 1891 - A 309 page book extensively detailing the principle
India – Human Tigers at the Mohurrum Festival original engraving 1872 measures 31x24cm approx
India – Lucknow – 4x 19th Century Original engravings The Imaumbarra 1858 24x18cm^ Gate of the
India – Transport – 6x Original engravings 1875 to 1882 Afternoon in the Himalayas 38x24cm^
India – Two Original 1876 Engravings Tiger Shooting with Sir Jung Bahadoor and Pudding a Tiger
India – Large 1876 Original Engraving Arrival of the Prince of Wales at Jeypore: War Dance of
India – Reception of the Prince of Wales at Calcutta 1876 Engraving measures 51x36cm shows fold
India & Punjab – Four portraits of Indian Cavalrymen includes 1st Punjab Cavalry^ 1st Madras
India & Punjab – Six Portraits of Indian Cavalrymen such as Jind Lancers^ Nabha Lancers^ Ulwar
India & Punjab – The Campaign on the Punjab Frontier Engravings together with The Camp at Agore
Sikh War 1849 Illustrations Regarding the War 10 Feb 1849^ illustrating The Capture of Moultan^
Sikh War 1849 – Two Original Engravings to include Ruins of The Fort at Rhotas by GT Vigne and
India and Punjab– The City of Lahore Original Panoramic Engraving 1857 showing troops with
India and Punjab– Three Original Engravings to include Abbotabad one of our Sanitariums in the
India & Punjab – Two Original Engravings to include Peshawur from a drawing by G T Vigne 1849
India – Scarce 1858 Engraving The Elephants of the Rajah of Travancore by Frank Vizetelly from a
India – Two Original Engravings Elephant Steeple Chase in Rangoon 1858 36x26cm and An Elephant
India & Punjab – Holy Tank and Temple of the Sikhs^ Umritzir 1858 Original Engravings measures
Early 20th Century Mughal Hunting Scene Miniature Painting with gold leaf^ depicts^ Horseback
Lieutenant General Sir Pratap Singh (1845-1922) Vanity Fair Colour Print the Maharaja of Idar^
India – Sir Duleep Singh 1838-1893 Vanity Fair Print also known as His Highness Maharaja Sir
Lieutenant General Sir James Charlemagne Dorner (1834-1893) Vanity Fair Colour Print was Commander
Edward Robert Lytton Bulwer-Lytton – Lord Lytton (1831-1891) Vanity Fair Colour Print an English
Sir Mire Turab Ali Khan^ Salar Jung (1829-1883) Vanity Fair Colour Print an Indian nobleman who
Thomas George Baring – The Earl of Northbrook (1826-1904) Vanity Fair Colour Print a British
Reuben David Sassoon (1835-1905) Vanity Fair Colour Print was a businessman with numerous
Lord Lawrence (1811-1879) Vanity Fair Colour Print was a British Statesman and served as Viceroy
Asia – South East Asia Aquatints depicting various colourful scenes^ all mounted ready to frame
India – Arrival of Contingent Force of Sikh Irregular Cavalry hand coloured engraving mounted
Selection of Asian Aquatints – coloured various scenes mounted measures 25x36cm overall (5)
India & Punjab - Twelve original colour plates from The Armies of India 1911 painted by Major A C
India – The Battle of Meeanee colour engraving by J.B. Allen^ mounted measures 40x34cm