GENERAL VIEWS AND SPECIAL POINT OF INTEREST OF THE CITY OF LUCKNOW
By Lieutenant Colonel D.S.Dodgson
Publisher : Day and Son, Lithographers to the Queen Location : London Year : 1860 No of Plates : 27/28
No of Maps : 1
Rs. 1,20,000 - 1,80,000
(Inclusive 15% margin)
Hardcover book binding done in hardened buckram in dark brown, with the title engraved in gold foil lettering on the cover.
"The rebellion of 1857 produced a spate of publications, many of which were illustrated books and prints after sketches by army
officers. David Scott Dodgson (1822-1898), of the Bengal Infantry, worked with Henry Havelock at the relief of Lucknow. This volume of lithographs, includes many panoramic views of the city, as well as Claude Martin's villa, the Dilkusha Palace, built by Sa'adat Ali Khan,
and the British Residency. There is also a plate of the Great Imambara, described as the architectural gem of Lucknow.
Reference : Abbey Travel 489
This lot is over one hundred years old or National Art Treasure, cannot be exported out of India as per Antiques and Art Treasures Act, 1972.