House of Timur'
in one hand and a sword over his shoulder.
golden throne, with a sword on his lap, wearing a
short-sleeved gold dress embroidered with flowers.
Khan in durbar. Mughal style, 17th century, c. 1640.
emperor Shahjahan, standing facing left.
looking through an upper window at a stuffed gilded elephant,
mounted on a wooden trolley, in the courtyard below.
sword across his knees, seated on a purple carpet
within a garden, with a fountain in the foreground.
wearing a purple dress and holding a round shield and a flower.
Shahjahan and his court, showing the emperor on a balcony,
fanned by attendants standing on gilded elephants.
arabesques and flowers on green background;
inner covers red leather with gilt arabesques and flower border.
MS. Ouseley Add. 173 at the Oxford Digital Library :
"An album of 34 leaves containing Indian paintings and calligraphy, with two lithographs inserted, and a manuscript introduction of 5 leaves (viii-xi) and other notes by Sir Gore Ouseley (1770-1844). [..] The paintings ostensibly depict the Mughal royal lineage, but some have been misidentified."