Shoe-lace Hawker

Shoe-lace Hawker

ca. 1903
12.10x
8.70cm

An early Dhurandhar postcard showing, as he was wont to do, the new types springing up in the city of Bombay as office workers and other people wearing Western shoes needed to replace their laces. From the vague background, it seems as if it could be Elphinstone Circle, now better known as Horniman Circle, the commercial heart of the city and today location of many luxury brand stores.