*Buland Darwaza, Fatehpur Sikri, a watercolor, c.1808-20* (BL)

"Futtypore Sicri," from vol. 3 of 'The Indian empire' by Robert Montgomery Martin, c.1860

Source: http://www.archive.org/details/indianempirehist03martuoft
(downloaded Jan. 2009)

*Futtehpore Sikhri [Buland Darwaza of the Jami Masjid], a photo by William Henry Baker, 1860's* (BL)

A photo from c. the 1870's, probably by a commercial studio

Source: ebay, July 2009

"The Great Gate, Futtehpore Sikri," a photo by Samuel Bourne, 1860's, reissued by Bourne and Shepherd, c.1880's

Source: ebay, Mar. 2008

*A view from the outside, c.1880's*

Source: ebay, Mar. 2010

*View from the north-west of the interior of the Buland Darwaza, Fatehpur Sikri, photo by Edmund William Smith, 1893* (BL) [*Smith 1893a*];
also: *Close view of the great wooden horse-shoe door of the Buland Darwaza* [*Smith 1893b*]

A photo, 1907

Source: ebay, May 2012

*A professional photo, c.1910*

Source: ebay, Mar. 2009

*"Victory Gate, a professional photo, 1930's*

Source: ebay, July 2008

*A travel poster view by Carl Shreve, printed in Calcutta, 1930's*

Source: ebay, Dec. 2005

*A photo, c.1950's*

Source: ebay, Feb. 2007

A view that reminds you that the city was also a fort (of sorts)

Source: http://www.fantasyfacup.com/matthew/gallery/albums/delhi/fatepur_sikri_1.jpg
(downloaded Oct. 2005)

The Buland Darvazah as you approach from outside, with visitors (including a small goat)

Source: http://ideas.concordia.ca/ideas06/GateToFPSFort.jpg
(downloaded Oct. 2005)

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