The Imperial Assemblage, Delhi 1877. An Original Vintage Photograph of the Arena Showing the Viceregal Pavilion and the Princes' Stand.
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A good original photograph of the Imperial Assemblage scene in Delhi 1877. Taken from a position between the Viceroy's pavilion or Shamiana and the pavilion stand erected for the princes this is similar to the one in Tallboys Wheeler's Imperial Assemblage but clearer and taken from a closer posiiton. The overall bunting and the impressive armorial banners in the Princes' stand are clearly visible. The banners proved an inspired gift that was hugely popular with the rulers and some of them still survive in palace collections in India today. There is a small area of loss to the top right of the image but it is in generally good condition for its age. 11.5 x 8ins [29 x 23cm] Size: 11.5 x 8ins [29 x 23cm]. N° de ref. de la librería 007434
Título: The Imperial Assemblage, Delhi 1877. An ...
Editorial: Probably Bourne & Shepherd, Delhi
Año de publicación: 1877
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