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Haji Yusuf [?]
A lithographic portrait, which by this time had become a lesser used printing process for postcards.
A beautifully colored lithographic postcard, with two stamps carefully positioned on the front and postmarked 26th November 1919.
A nice representation of water being extracted and transported by human and animal labor throughout a village.
A colonial offering, on a rare lithographic card, both obsequious and a caricature of the snotty memsahib.
One of the many – to Indians, curious – new professions that sprouted in the growing city of Bombay at the turn of the century.
A lithographic card, most likely done by an Indian artist and printed in Britain. Note how nicely the woman is foregrounded from a low angle, with a smaller temple in the background and a swirl of green that helps give life to the portrait.
From an unusual lithographic series, a marvelous rendition of a type still very active throughout the subcontinent and restaurants abroad.