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A TREATISE ON HORSEMANSHIP   NORTH INDIA, LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY   Persian manuscript on paper, 157ff., each with 11ll. of black nasta'liq script, phrases and important words picked out in red, text within blue, red and gold frame, catchwords, with original miniatures depicting horses, in red morocco binding  Folio 22.8 x 15cm.

A treatise on horsemanship north india, late / early century. Persian manuscript on paper.

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Costume Turkish-Persian Empires Ghaznavid, Seljuq and Ottoman, to name the most prominent. The Turks and Persians were the premier military tack makers of all time and creators of exquisitely adorned horse gear for the aristocracy and ruling sultans.

The servant girl Fitnah impresses Bahram Gur Painting by Muhammad Zaman dated Mazandaran, 1086 (1675/76). The servant girl Fitnah impresses Bahram Gur with her strength by carrying an ox on her shoulders

The servant girl Fitnah impresses Bahram Gur Painting by Muhammad Zaman dated Mazandaran, 1086 The servant girl Fitnah impresses Bahram Gur with her strength by carrying an ox on her shoulders

"George Washington"    Drawing done by Pennsylvania German artists in a style reminiscent of medieval illuminated manuscript art. The painter who created this portrait of Washington is not known by name; art historians refer to him as the "Washington-Sussel Artist" because his work was first studied by a collector of that name

"George Washington" Done by Pennsylvania German artists in a style reminiscent of medieval illuminated manuscript art. The name, "fraktur", actually means "fractured writing" and is a reference to the pointedness of Gothic German script.

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