A plantain (musa balbisiana) and a mango (mangifera foetida), possibly an Indian or Chinese artist, Company School, India or South East Asia, early 19th century
pencil, pen and ink, watercolour on paper, the first inscribed ''Plantain'' in black ink at lower left, numbered ''3'' in pencil at upper right, the second inscribed ''Manilla Mangoe'' in black ink at lower left , numbered ''7'' in pencil at upper right
Each sheet: 38.2 by 48.3cm. (15 by 19 in.)
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