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South East Asia
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RARE: View in Peking (Beijing). Camels resting on the Grand Canal. Drawn from life during the diplomatic mission of Prince zu Eulanberg to China, Japan & Siam 1859-62.
Helmund Valley looking north: Showing the castle and town of Girishk and the ferry at Abbaza after a sketch by Maj.-General Biddulph commander of Quetta Field Force during the Second Anglo-Afghanistan war.
Malabar Hill in Mumbai: Street view looking towards Bangaga Temple. Drawn from life during Hildebrandt’s ’round-the-world’ voyage.
Festivel of Bairam (Eid):The solemn march of the Sultan’s retinue attended by courtiers, Europeans and residents of the city.
Panoramic view from Seraskier’s Tower over the tomb of Sulieman: From Eyoub to Galata with key.
Panorama in the year the Treaty of Pruth ended the Russo-Turkish war. Le Blond was later appointed as chief architect of the city of St Petersburg. From Banduri’s edition of Constantine VII’s De Administrado Imperio.
Bird’s Eye view from the Eyub cemetary: Looking towards the Golden Horn (Halic).
Mausoleum of Sultan Purveiz near Allahabad: Part of the burial complex at Khusrau Bagh, and may actually be the tomb of the sultan’s sister Nisar Begum.
Ancient Jerusalem: Panorama based upon an earlier view with detailed key.
Hooghly River, Calcutta: View of the Dina Marlinga temple on the banks of the river near Chandannagar. After Theodore-Auguste Fisquet, artist on the voyage of La Bonite 1836-7.
Sagaing: Forshore at Sagaing with boats.
Street View in Hong Kong drawn from life during Hildebrandt’s ’round-the-world’ voyage.
Mecca: The approach of the Hajj to al-Masjid al-Haram and the Kaaba.
Palmyra: Ruins of the Temple of Bel and camp of Diocletian.
RARE Panorama with key and allegorical baroque border: The city’s Ottoman name is deliberately ignored in reference to its Christian heritage, even as Europeans and particularly the French are intensifying commerce and developing ties with the Empire.
Balochistan: Koojak Pass. The Third Descent of the Army of the Indus. First Anglo-Afghanistan War.
Ashref, Iran: View of the ruins of the palace and gardens. After Jules Laurens.