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Jam Sahib Plate


Jam Sahib Plate
Context from a physical exhibition at the archive's reading room
Owner: Jam Sahib is the title given to the ruling prince of Nawanagar (Jamnagar) in Gujarat, India. Based on the date of the book, this may have been Vibhaji II Ranmalji (1852 – 1895) or, more likely, Jashwantsinhji Vibhaji II (1895 – 1906), but this is not indicated in the plate.

Plate: Nil Desperandum (“Do not despair”) Jam Sahib, The Maharajah Jam Sahib of Nawanagar, Jamnagar. Features a lion rampant, holding a banner with Gujarati text.
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Lion rampant holding banner with Gujarati text, Jai Ashapura. Maharaja Jam Sahib of Nawanagar, Jamnagar
Jam Sahib 
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