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Bahadur Shah I with his sons

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June 30, 1710
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Bahadur Shah I 1707–1712

Bahadur Shah I with his sons

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Bahadur Shah I with his sons handing a sarpech to a grandson, ca. 1710. Opaque watercolor and gold on paper. H. 12 3?8 W. 9 1?4 in. (31.4 - 23.5 cm). Source: The San Diego Museum of Art, Edwin Binney 3rd Collection.


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