Mandalay (inhabited place)
Found in 152 Collections and/or Records:
Quarter-plate. Engraving or scratching with a steel point.
Quarter-plate. Pagan. Softening.
Outside the Arakwan Pagoda, Mandalay.
Proof and typescript copies of selected articles.
86 x 114 mm. Showing part of the Palace, with the spire of the Hall of Audience in the foreground.
Showing a print of a painting. The painting is signed 'F.M. Muriel'. The postcard is printed by Sir Joseph Causton and Sons Ltd. Annotated 'B4' in bottom right-hand corner.
50 x 50 mm. Showing people in robes, queuing for food. Each carries a bowl. It is not clear whether this photograph was taken in Mandalay or Lashio.
50 x 50 mm.
Marble font at Christ Church, Mandalay, presented by Queen Victoria to go in the church built by the Buddhist King Mindon Min, 1880 - 1920
113 x 159 mm. The Church was consecrated by the Bishop of Calcutta in 1873. See W.C.B. Purser, ‘Christian Missions in Burma’ (1911), pp. 117-118 and facing p. 180; and J.E. Marks, ‘Forty Years in Burma’ (1917) pp. 169-170.