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The Afghan Boundary Commission: The Russian and British Commissioners at Zulfikar, Fixing the Site of the First Boundary Post, 12th November, engraved by R. Taylor, from The Illustrated London News, 1st September 1886

by Richard Caton Woodville

The Afghan Boundary Commission: The Russian and British Commissioners at Zulfikar, Fixing the Site of the First Boundary Post, 12th November, engraved by R. Taylor, from The Illustrated London News, 1st September 1886 - Richard Caton Woodville
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The Afghan Boundary Commission: The Russian and British Commissioners at Zulfikar, Fixing the Site of the First Boundary Post, 12th November, engraved by R. Taylor, from The Illustrated London News, 1st September 1886 - Richard Caton Woodville

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English: "The Afghan Boundary Commission: The Russian and British Commissioners at Zulfikar, Fixing the Site of the First Boundary Post, 12th November, engraved by R. Taylor, from The Illustrated London News, 1st September 1886" oil on Canvas.
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