Mosque of Goolaum Hoossein Huzrut-Jee, the Great Prophet of the Afghauns, and the Tombs of the Kings at Kandahar, plate 30 from Scenery, Inhabitants and Costumes of Afghanistan, engraved by R. Carrick c.1829-1904, 1848
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Oosbegs of Mooraud Bey, plate 20 from Scenery, Inhabitants and Costumes of Afghanistan, engraved by W.L. Walker, 1848 - (after) Rattray, James
Temple of Ahmed Shauh, King of Afghanistan, Kandahar, plate 27 from Scenery, Inhabitants and Costumes of Afghanistan, engraved by Robert Carrick c.1829-1904 1848 - (after) Rattray, James
Town and citadel of Ghuznee, plate 18 from Scenery, Inhabitants and Costumes of Afghanistan, engraved by W.L. Walton, 1848 - (after) Rattray, James
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