Harry Staunton and Pinzi with geese at Gyantse

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1999. (Album Print black & white)

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Key Information


H. Staunton


Harry Staunton

Date of Photo

December 1940

Named Person

Harry Staunton, Pinzi


Gyantse > British Trade Agency

Accession number


Image Dimensions

132 x 82 mm

Harry Staunton and Pinzi at the Gyantse Trade Agency with bar headed geese killed in a shooting expedition displayed on wooden steps. Both men are sitting on the steps. Staunton is dressed in a suit, collar and tie and is holding a gun. Pinzi, a helper, is also in a suit of tweed material with a scarf tied around his middle. There are some flower pots beside the steps.

Further Information



Photographic Process

Print gelatin silver

Date Acquired

Donated 1999

Donated by

Diana Hughes


H. Staunton

Photo also owned by

Diana Hughes

Other Information

Notes on the album mount - "Geese and Pinzi" is written in capital letters in pencil on the album page below the photograph. [KC 9/12/2005]

Manual Catalogues -

Manual Catalogues - "Oh, they ought not to have done that! Bar headed geese and all too easy to kill." [Hugh Richardson in conversation with Roger Croston, detailed in H. Staunton undated Related Documents File, PRM Manuscript Collections] [KC 9/12/2005]

Other Information - Album: This image appears in Staunton's personal album on a page (1999.23.1.9) with two other images. [KC 9/12/2005]

For Citation use:
The Tibet Album. "Harry Staunton and Pinzi with geese at Gyantse" 05 Dec. 2006. The Pitt Rivers Museum. <http://tibet.prm.ox.ac.uk/photo_1999.>.

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