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Source:   The costumes of the various tribes, portraits of ladies of rank, celebrated princes and chiefs, views of the principal f ....


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Chief executioner and assistant, of his majesty the late Shah; Mahomed Naib Shurreef, a celebrated Kuzzilbach chief of Caubul, and his peshkhidmut, or head attendant

Image ID: 89002

Chief executioner and assistant, of his majesty the late Shah; Mahomed Naib Shurreef, a celebrated Kuzzilbach chief of C... (1848)


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Image Title

:  Chief executioner and assistant, of his majesty the late Shah; Mahomed Naib Shurreef, a celebrated Kuzzilbach chief of Caubul, and his peshkhidmut, or head attendant

Creator(s)

: Day & Son -- Printer Of plates
Rattray, James, 1818-1854 -- Artist
Carrick, Robert -- Lithographer

Alternate Source Title

: Costumes and scenery of Afghaunistaun.

Medium

: Lithographs -- Color

Specific Material Type

: Prints

Item Physical Description

: 27 x 19 cm. (each)

Item/Page/Plate

: No. 14; No. 15

Source

: The costumes of the various tribes, portraits of ladies of rank, celebrated princes and chiefs, views of the principal fortresses and cities, and interior of the cities and temples of Afghaunistaun. From original drawings by James Rattray.

Source Description

: 30 (i. e. 34) p. 30 col. plates (incl. front.) on 26 leaves. 62 cm.

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / Art and Architecture Collection, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs

Catalog Call Number

: MMR+++ (Rattray, J. Costumes of the various tribes)

Digital ID

: 89002

Record ID

: 113419

Digital Item Published

: 2-3-2004; updated 3-25-2011

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