Lady Ratan Tata’s Town Mansion Year-1912 (Code: 052) – Mounted Photo Print


$ 50$ 80

This baroque-styled building with prominent facades of Corinthian colonnades and finely crafted lion statues was once the residence of Sir Ratan Tata and Lady Navajabai.

Situated at the corner of Murzban Road, this Grade IIA heritage building was designed by French architect Mon Marice. Construction was undertaken by Rajoo Babaji, under the supervision of architect Charles Steven.

The ground floor housed a library, kitchen and pantry with the servants’ quarters in the outhouse. The first floor was a guest suite, while the second comprised of Lady Navajbai and Naval Tata’s suites. The sprawling lawn behind is where Sterling Cinema stands today. In the 1990s, Deutsche Bank acquired this palatial structure.



Magnate Publishing House invites you to embark upon a fascinating journey of unearthing the wonderful past of this glorious city through ‘BOMBAY 100 YEARS AGO’, an exclusive limited edition series of rare vintage archival prints.

‘BOMBAY 100 YEARS AGO’ is a collection of 100 exclusive & authenticated photographs, showcasing the heritage and historic landmarks of Bombay.

The copyrights of ‘Bombay 100 YEARS AGO’ are exclusive with Magnate Publishing House and these are reproductions of Original photographs which are more than 100 years old.

You not only get to own a unique collection of sepia-toned memories of Bombay, But these unique & rare prints bring to you a classic vintage look for your:

  • Office Interiors
  • Cabins
  • Lobbies
  • Conference rooms
  • Residences

Salient Features of the series:

  • Limited Edition & highly desirable.
  • Printed in German Technology ink, where color does not fade for 100 years.
  • High-grade archival imported paper.
  • Imported wooden photo frame
  • This print can be enlarged in any size

Additional information


Small, Medium


216gm, 892 gm


Archival Print on 280 GSM Natural Evolution Imported Paper, Imported Mount Board with Shrink Wrapped.

Shipping Details:

7 to 10 Business Days.