Queen Victoria’s Jubilee Bombay or Mumbai – Old Print

This antique print – “The Queen’s Jubilee In India” – Bombay, is a page from The Graphic a London Newspaper of 1887. It measures 16 x 11 inches. The front-page news report is about Queen Victoria’s golden jubilee celebrations in Bombay or Mumbai in `1857. Including wood-cut images of the illumination and celebration in Mumbai. The captions read-

Triumphal arch erected at Colaba
Illuminations of Elphinstone circle, GPO, PWD offices, Bombay
Durbar at Kolhapur

2nd page-

Illumination in Bombay view looking down Rampart Row
The triumphal arch over the Queen’s Statue, Bombay

The 3rd page-

General view of the native fair
Entrance to the native fair, Bombay
Illumination of ships in the harbour, Bombay

The whole of India principally in the four cities of Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Chennai celebrated the queen’s jubilee. Read more A history of Jubilees. This is a piece of rare information on the colonial era celebration of Victoria’s 50th year of accession.

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The images are of the actual items from my collection. And Not a photocopy, pirated, reproduced, or stock photos or taken from other sources.