"Castle Tours: The Taj Mahal: VISIT INDIA"

Source: ebay, Apr. 2005


Source: ebay, July 2006

A print by Zoffoli, from the 1950's

Source: ebay, Oct. 2014

"India," a poster from the 1960's

Source: ebay, Aug. 2008

*The Taj as the supreme tourist attraction (lithograph c.1930)*

Source: http://www.christies.com/LotFinder/search/LotDetail.asp?sid=&intObjectID=4495514&SE=CMWCAT03+1230164+%2D676285062+&QR=M+1+0+Aqc0000900+1190027++Aqc0000900+&entry=india&SU=1&RQ=False&AN=1
(downloaded Apr. 2005)

Romantic viewers of the romantic view

Source: ebay, Nov. 2007

An idealized view, by Ken McNair

Source: ebay, Feb. 2013


In 1971, the Encyclopedia Britannica officially anointed the Taj as one of the "wonders of mankind"

Source: ebay, June 2007

How could there not be a stamp?

Source: ebay, Apr. 2006

The Taj as an embroidery piece; *another version*; and *one more version*

Source: ebay, Nov. 2006

And why not do the Taj in color?

Source: ebay, Feb. 2007

"Ballet dancers at Clarks Shiraz Hotel, performing story of the Taj Mahal," a wire service photo, 1967

Source: ebay, Nov. 2011

A touch of the macabre: Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal seem to contemplate her tomb (bazaar art, c.1980's)

Source: ebay, Oct. 2007

In silver filigree, 2.92" tall, from Rajasthan

Source: ebay, June 2007

*And for your hot dishes, why not a Taj Mahal trivet?*

Source: ebay, Feb. 2011

In mahogany, with inlays of bone, Calcutta, c. 1950's; *in black soapstone, with inlays of mother of pearl*; *in bas-relief wood carving*

Source: ebay, May 2010

Joan Steiner's irresistible miniature version, which has minars made of flutes and also gives new meaning to the phrase "onion dome" (photographed by FWP at Steiner's show in Albany, NY, July 2007; the flash reflection is not part of the work); click on the image for a very large photo

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