Lord Strathnairn Commander Bombay Army India 1870 Vanity Fair old color print
Lord Strathnairn Commander Bombay Army India 1870 Vanity Fair old color print Lord Strathnairn Commander Bombay Army India 1870 Vanity Fair old color print
$ 46.00

He was Made a Statesman because he was a Soldier

(Lord Strathnairn, Commander in Chief of India & Ireland, Commander of the Bombay Army, Commanded the Central Indian Field Force, Helped Suppress the Indian Rebellion, Field Marshal)

Issued 1870, London, by Vanity Fair

Art by Carlo Pellegrini or "Ape"

An attractive original old vintage antique color lithograph caricature.

Printed in the late 19th century on paper which has gently age toned as always, but which remains sound, clean, & well preserved.

A picture is worth a thousand words. The zoomable scan is a major part of the item description. Please examine closely, as what you see is what we will send you. [note: we grade very conservatively and always seek to disclose any noteworthy flaws ].

A lovely image worthy of display which is not often seen.

In Good to Good+ or better condition, normal uniform light age toning to sheet as typical, some edge wear, as well as a some trivial light age staining primarily in the margins, overall the image is clean, well preserved and very attractive

A little known and vivid printed image which any collector, dealer, institution or person of artistic taste would be happy to own.

Sheet measures c.  13 5/8" H x  9 1/8" W.

Printed area measures c. 12" H x  7 1/4" W

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