Gilt Framed Indian Cotton Bale Label


Chromolithograph pictorial label used for the advertisement and sale of bales of cloth and individual fabric lengths; printed on paper.
These advertising labels were mostly from Manchester cotton companies who exported their woven, printed fabrics back to India. The labels were affixed to the cotton bales.They are colourful and decorative reminder of the days of the British Raj in India - Early 20thC
Common subjects - Maharaja Ranjeet Singh the lion of Punjab and founder of the Sikh empire.
Illustrations of the Ramaya and Mahabharata

From India

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