Dourraunnee chieftains in full armour by James Rattray (1848).
From the Books:
Costumes and scenery of Afghanistan.
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.
Artist: James Rattray 1818-1854
Lithographer: Robert Carrick
Published by Day & Son
Character and costumes of Afghanistan. Sketches in Afghanistan.
The First Anglo-Afghan War 1839 to 1842. From original sketches by Dr. James Atkinson (1780-1852), Superintending Surgeon of the Army of the Indus; written by Captain Lockyer Willis Hart, of the 22nd Bombay Native Infantry.
Lithographed by Charles Hague and Louis Haghe (1806-1895).
Published by H. Graves & Co, London, 1842.
Mosque of Ghulam Husayn Hazratji at Kandahar.
Temple of Ahmad Schah Durrani, Kandahar.
Town and Citadel of Ghazni
Jaunbauz, or Afghan cavalry, with horse, bearing implements for smoking
Bala Hissar and City of Kabul with the British Cantonments from the Ba Maroo Hill, Hostilities Commencing.
Mosque and Tomb of the Emperor Soolta Mahmood of Ghuznee
The fortress of Kalat-i-Ghilzai
Ghiljie women in the lower orders from the Pashtun Tribe
Shuja Shah Durrani as Emir of Afghanistan in the Bala Hissar (fort) of Kabul.
Cabaub shop in Kabul 1843 by James Atkinsons
Perganeh, near Istalif : Huzzareh’s firing with Juzzaeels
The approach to the Fortress of Quetta by James Atkinson.
Hawkers from region of Kohestan.
Dadur : Hajee Ebrahim, commandant of the Bolan rangers, and men of the Brahoee tribe.
Meerz Fyze, an Oosbeg elchee, or ambassador by James Rattray (1848).
The town of Roree and the fortress of Bukker, on the Indus , by James Atkinson (1842)
Cabul : a “kuttar” or string of blind beggars 1843
Umeer Dost Mahomed Khan and his youngest Son
The city of Candahar by James Atkinson
The Valley of Maidan (1842) by James Atkinson
Kelaut-i-ghiljie. The fortress of Kalat-i-Ghilzai by Lieutenant James Rattray.
Cabul : a fulloodeh stall, with Huzzareh’s carrying snow, &c., to market (1843) by James Atkinson
Kandahar lady of rank, engaged in smoking by James Rattray (1848).
Afghaun foot soldiers in their winter dress by James Rattray (1848) .
Fort of Killeh Abdooleh. Troopers of the Auchukzye horse by James Atkinson
“Atmaran” Hindoo of Peshawar by James Rattray (1848)
City of Kandahar, its principle bazaar and citadel, taken from the nakarra khauneh, or royal band room (1848)
Ko-i-Staun Foot Soldiery in Summer Costume, actively employed among the Rocks (1848)
Entrance to the Bolan Pass from Dadur 1839 by James Atkinson.
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