A later portrait of Prince Azam Shah, Aurangzeb's third son, who did not outlive his father

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"A Mughal Prince: Muhammad Azam Shah (d. 1707). India, Deccan, Hyderabad, 1875-1900. Depicting the nimbated and turbaned prince on a carpet backed by a pillow, on a terrace with fountain below, inscribed above in nastaliq Muhammad Azam Shah; with blue borders painted with gold vines; mounted in an album page; framed. Image: 9¼ x 6 1/8 in. (23.5 x 15.5 cm.)."

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