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HARRIS, Capt. Claudius.
J. Guiand.
The Ruins of Mandoo.

Published
London: Day and Son, Lincoln's-Inn Fields, 1860.
References
Abbey Travel 490; Bobins 253.
Plates
6
Binding/Size
L=FOLIO
Value
0-5000
Published
London: Day and Son, Lincoln's-Inn Fields, 1860.
Ref
5094

Folio, title, subscription leaf, preface, list of plates, text. 6 tinted lithographic plates, hand coloured, in original blue-grey moire cloth, blind stamped and lettered in gilt direct to boards. Plates loose. Housed in. Green solander box with gilt title to spine. Coloured plates in order: 1. The Modern Village of Mandoo, and the Ancient Mosque the "Jumah Musjid". 2. Front View of the Ruined Mosque, the "Jumah Musjid". 3. The Jahaz Mahal" or "Water Place". 4. Palace of the Sultan Baz Bahadoor, and Pavilion of Roop Muttee, his Queen. 5. The Marble Mausoleum of the Sultan Hoossain Shah Ghuree. 6. The Delhi Gate.