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Barber and his wife

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June 30, 1797
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Shah Alam II 1759–1806

Barber and his wife

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Barber and wife; the man holds a razor and small bow, his wife holds another razor. Inscribed: ‘Ampticara or barber.’ Reproduced as plate 16 in Howes, J. 'Illustrating India: The Early colonial investigations of Colin Mackenzie'. Delhi: OUP, 2010.

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