Kishnaghur Race Course.
Lithograph, very scarce. 203 x 272mm. 8 x 10¾". Creasing. Paper toning. Two verical folds.
A view published in Calcutta of the British tradition, horse-racing, in Kishnaghur, Bengal, India. Kishnaghur, the capital of the Nuddea district was known for its teak plantations and the race course provided recreation for the many British settled in the area near to Calcutta.
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