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Item 204141    
India Old Tuck's Postcard The Massacre Ghat Cawnpore, River Scene Steps Men 7234

Vintage British Indian Tuck's Oilette Art Artist Drawn Old Postcard, India. Cawnpore Cawnpure. Massacre Suttee Chowrah Ghat, Cawnpur. On the 27th June 1857, the garrison, having capitulated endeavoured to embark here under promise of safe passage to Allahabad. Fire was treacherously opened upon them, from the banks, by the rebels, a few escaped, 125 women were carried back to Cawnpore and slaughtered, their bodies being cast into the well. Published by Raphael Tuck & Sons Wide Wide World Cawnpore

Price:£1.99€2.59US$2.73
Item 184871    
India Old Colour Postcard Massacre Ghat River Scene CAWNPORE Natives Draw Water

Vintage British Indian Colour Old Postcard, India, Cawnpore. Kanpur. Massacre Ghat. River Scene. Ethnic life. Natives Drawing Water. Resting. Kānpur (known as Cawnpore before 1948) is the most populous city in the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
Published by The Phototype Company, Bombay

Price:£1.99€2.59US$2.73
Item 181935    
India Old Hand Tinted Postcard Massacre Ghat, Cawnpore, Native Men Drawing Water

Vintage Colour Hand Tinted British Indian Old Picture Postcard, India, Cawnpore. Massacre Ghat. River. Natives drawing water from River Scene. Sunset. Kānpur (known as Cawnpore before 1948) is the most populous city in the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.

Price:£1.99€2.59US$2.73
Item 171830    
India Old Postcard Massacre Ghat Cawnpore Kanpur River Scene Steps & Native Men

Vintage British Indian Old Picture Postcard, India. Cawnpore Cawnpure. Kanpur. Massacre Suttee Chowrah Ghat, Cawnpur. / On the 27th June 1857, the garrison, having capitulated endeavoured to embark here under promise of safe passage to Allahabad. Fire was treacherously opened upon them, from the banks, by the rebels, a few escaped, 125 women were carried back to Cawnpore and slaughtered, their bodies being cast into the well.

Price:£2.99€3.89US$4.1