India Mysore, Tipu Sultan Surrenders his Sons To Lord Cornwallis
India Mysore, Tipu Sultan Surrenders his Sons To Lord Cornwallis, a group of four pictures, circa 1792, by R. Sayer and P. Conzina, the first two silk prints the children saying goodbye to their mother and being delivered to Lord Cornwallis, TIPPOO SAIBS TWO SONS DELIVERED UP TO LORD CORNWALLIS, AS HOSTAGES AFTER HE HAD SO GLORIOUSLY CONQUERED THAT PROUD SULTAN AT SERINGAPATAM, THE CAPITAL OF THE MYSORE COUNTY IN THE EAST INDIES IN 1792. and Tippoo Saiss Two Sons Taking Leave Of Their Mother Previous To Their Being Delivered Up To Lord Cornwallis As Hostages At The Termination Of The War In THe East Indies In 1792, rev. the other two being a coloured print of the same event of the boys taking leave of their mother by Robert Sayer and the other, The Surrender Of Tipoo's Sons To Lieut. Genl. Harris, by P. Conzina, 430 x 330 mm, contained in contemporary frames. Very fine and rare. £4500.00
The group of four pictures.
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