"A Woman of the Lower Order, A Bombay Sepoy, A Grass Cutter," from 'A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and Travels..by John Pinkerton' (London: Longman et al., 1811)
Source: ebay, July 2007
Six recruits (1815-1816), a watercolor painted for the Fraser Album by Ghulam Ali Khan.
(downloaded March 2001)
"Six Recruits, folio from the Fraser Album.by Ghulam Ali Khan. Haryana, 1815-1816. Watercolor on paper, 25.3 x 39.1 cm. Purchase, S1999."
"Soldati sipai," by Giulio Ferrario, from 'Il costumo antico e moderno', Florence, 1824
Source: ebay, Mar. 2002
*An Indian officer of the Bengal Native Infantry, c.1819*
Source: ebay, June 2004
"Subadar of the 21st Bengal Native Infantry (1819). Published in An Assemblage of Indian Army Soldiers & Uniforms from the original paintings by the late Chater Paul Chater, Perpetus Press, 1973. First Edition."
A Company sepoy, in an engraving, with original hand coloring, by Auguste Wahlen, from "Moeurs, Usages, et Costumes de tous les Peuples de Monde, d'apres des Documents Authentiques et les Voyages les plus Recents" (Brussels, 1843-44"; also: *"Sous-officier de Cipahys"*
Source: ebay, Nov. 2006
"March of Troops in India," from the Illustrated London News, Oct. 7, 1848; *a large scan of the whole engraving*; and very large scans: *upper left*; *upper right*; *lower left*; *lower right*; *the accompanying article*
Source: ebay, Dec. 2008
"A sepoy encampment," in an engraving from 1857; probably from the Illustrated London News
Source: ebay, July 2003
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