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Charles John Canning Gallery

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Choose from 7 pictures in our Charles John Canning collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Lord Canning, Viceroy and Governor General of India, from March 1856 to March 1862, 1860
Lord Canning, Viceroy and Governor General of India, from March 1856 to March 1862, 1860
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The Countess Canning, The Earl Canning, G.G. and Lord Clyde C.in C., Simla, 1860
The Countess Canning, The Earl Canning, G.G. and Lord Clyde C.in C., Simla, 1860
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Lord Canning, c1850s, (1925). Creator: Unknown
Lord Canning, c1850s, (1925). Creator: Unknown
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State Procession Bearing Presents from the Governor-General of India to the King of Ava, 1856
State Procession Bearing Presents from the Governor-General of India to the King of Ava, 1856
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Right Hon. Viscount Canning, 1859. Artist: William Roffe
Right Hon. Viscount Canning, 1859. Artist: William Roffe
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Charles John Canning (1812-1862), 1st Earl Canning, Governor-General of India
Charles John Canning (1812-1862), 1st Earl Canning, Governor-General of India
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Charles John Canning, 1st Earl Canning, Governor-General of India, 19th century.Artist: DJ Pound
Charles John Canning, 1st Earl Canning, Governor-General of India, 19th century.Artist: DJ Pound
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State Procession Bearing Presents from the Governor-General of India to the King of Ava, 1856 Featured Image

State Procession Bearing Presents from the Governor-General of India to the King of Ava, 1856

State Procession Bearing Presents from the Governor-General of India to the King of Ava, 1856. Procession of elephants with gifts from the British governor-general to the royal court at Ava (or Inwa) in what is now Myanmar. From the Illustrated London News, 1 March 1856

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