Lithograph- The New Mint, Bombay


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The New Mint, Bombay

Artist: Gonsalves, Jose M. (fl. 1826–c. 1842)Medium: Lithograph, coloured. Date: 1833

Plate four from J M Gonsalves’ ‘Views at Bombay’. During the 1820s, institutions for currency production were constructed in various parts of India including Bombay, Benares and Calcutta. These imposing Doric structures can be seen to represent the feeling of growing political power of the English. The Bombay Mint was constructed between 1821and 1829 on the site of the Fort rubbish dump. The architect was John Hawkins of the Bombay Engineers. The building on the right of the picture is the Town Hall.



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216gm, 892gm


Archival Print on 140 GSM Natural Evolution Imported Paper, Imported Mount Board with Shrink Wrapped.

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