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1844 Bank of Madras manuscript letter to Perkins Bacon Petch, Engravers, 69 Fleet St., London
1844 Bank of Madras manuscript letter to Perkins Bacon Petch, Engravers, 69 Fleet St., London
1844 Bank of Madras manuscript letter to Perkins Bacon Petch, Engravers, 69 Fleet St., London

Madras
1pp. Splitting at folds.
Letter requesting detailed accounts for the costs of plates and engraving
£85.00


HALL Sidney Asia.
HALL Sidney Asia.

Walker's Universal Atlas, London (1823)
Engraved map with hand coloured outline. Some pencil marks added by schoolboy. 9 x 7.5"
£15.00


HALL Sidney Hindoostan.
HALL Sidney Hindoostan.

Walker's Universal Atlas, London (1823)
Engraved map of India with hand coloured outline. Some pencil marks added by schoolboy and light ink blot. 7.5 x 9"
£15.00


ARCHER J. India (Northern Part).
ARCHER J. India (Northern Part).

College Atlas, London (1862 (circa))
Folding engraved map with outline colour, in fine condition. 13 x 10"
£30.00


ACKERMANN Tom Raw at the Cape of Good Hope.
ACKERMANN Tom Raw at the Cape of Good Hope.

London: R. Ackermann (1828)
Hand coloured engraving with good margins. Fine. 8 x 5"
From 'Tom Raw, the griffin: A burlesque poem, in twelve cantos. By a civilian and an officer of the Bengal Establishment.' A satire about the misadventures of a bumpkin set loose in Calcutta. The poem was published anonymously but is generally attributed to Sir Charles D’Oyly, who served in the East India Company.
£25.00


ACKERMANN Tom Raw Gains the Victory.
ACKERMANN Tom Raw Gains the Victory.

London: R. Ackermann (1828)
Hand coloured engraving with good margins. Fine. 8 x 5"
From 'Tom Raw, the griffin: A burlesque poem, in twelve cantos. By a civilian and an officer of the Bengal Establishment.' A satire about the misadventures of a bumpkin set loose in Calcutta. The poem was published anonymously but is generally attributed to Sir Charles D’Oyly, who served in the East India Company.
£20.00


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MARTIN Col. D.R. Overseas Letter Postage from India 1854-1876 Robson Lowe Ltd 1975 viii + 72pp. 1st ed., fine in slightly creased D/W.
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1907 MINTO FETE CALCUTTA Red Cross postmark on local postcard. View of Native refreshment stalls near the jetties, Calcutta. Fine.
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WOODBURN KIRBY Major-General S. The War Against Japan Volume II. India's most daangerous hour. H.M.S.O. 1958 541pp + folding maps and photo plates + map in rear pocket. 1st ed., internally fine but with foxing to page edges and end papers in slightly worn D/W.
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