Illuminating Bombay In Honor of Queen Victoria-Old 1875 Print

This print is an old page from the French journal “L’Univers Illustre” of 1875. The translation reads- Illuminations in Bombay in honor of the Empress of India. The print measures 16 x 10 inches. The celebration was in honor of Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee. The image shows the shops and streets of Bombay or Mumbai illuminated for the occasion.

See also my post- “The Queen’s Jubilee” – Bombay. Extract- “The front-page news report is about Queen Victoria’s golden jubilee celebrations in Mumbai. Including wood-cut images of the illumination and celebration in Bombay….”  Read more- A history of Jubilees. You can see more of my collections on Bombay in photographs, prints, postcards, etc.

Did you know- in 1877 Victoria added to her the already lengthy title “Empress of India.”

More from the collection- Raja Ravi Varma Commemorative Stamp Folder 1971.,   Photo Prince Wilhelm Tour of India Special Train.,   Antique Print-Plan Of Suratta or Surat c1720.,  Antique Stereo Photo British India Era Postman.,  Vintage Photo Maharaja of Bikaner with Lord Mountbatten.

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