Print circa 80 years old The Sultan Turkish Parliament Constantinople House


3 in stock


Old print rescued from a book with collapsed binding. The page is circa 80 years old and in very good condition. HHW.5207

Set in a bespoke frame with ivory mount, also available with
a gold frame, your choice.

Frame size circa 250mm x 330mm

Entitled – “Turkey’s First and Short-Lived Parliament of 1877”

The Sultan opening the First Turkish Parliament.

The House in Session at Constantinople. Turkey’s first Parliament in 1877, as shown in the first of these two pictures, was opened by the Sultan, Abdul Hamid II. in the Grand Throne Room of the Imperial Palace of Dolma-Bakcheh. A sitting of the Parliament is illustrated in the second picture. In the side galleries were special boxes for the Sultan and other illustrious visitors.

The page can be purchased unframed for £9.90 including p&p (UK) or £10.90 for all other destinations. Just send us your request and we will relist the item as unframed.

 If you buy an item and then see it relisted this is because we occasionally have more than one available, each page is
original and not a photocopy.

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