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Mausoleum of Akbar, Sikandra

June 30, 1830
Architectural and Building
Akbar Shah II 1806–1837

Mausoleum of Akbar, Sikandra



Mausoleum of Akbar, Sikandra. By a Delhi or Agra artist, c.1820-30. Water-colour; 7.5 by 9 ins. Narrow Indian ink border and rule. Presented by Miss Estelle Blyth, 26 November 1942. Note: From the same group of papers as Add.Or.340. This drawing was probably also collected by Colonel Crommelin, grand-father of Miss Blyth.

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