Arms of the Great Indian & Peninsula Railway


A painted or possibly transfer printed panel, seemingly cut from a larger piece, perhaps part of a carriage. The arms which include an elephant and train are painted in oils on a piece of thin plywood [approximately 3mm thick], cut rather irregularly from a large panel of some sort. There are small areas of damage and paint loss but on the whole the item is perfectly sound and sturdy. A few holes have been drilled in the surrounding wood but these do not affect the painted area. It has a diameter across the widest points of 17 ins.  An amusing decorative item for the Indian railway enthusiast. jan12/1

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