Drug store, India, 1820s

Drug store, India, 1820s

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Caption: Drug store in India. 19th-century artwork of a drug trader or perfumer at work in his shop in India. This artwork is from 'Tashrih al-aqvam', an account of the sects, castes and tribes of India. Most of the images show occupations found in the area around Delhi. Completed in 1825, this account was written in Persian by East India Company officer and author Colonel James Skinner (1778-1841).

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