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Bridge Palu chian on which Brabazon was killed.
Some of the very first photographs of China that showed the western world what the Far East looked like are tipped to sell for £70,000.
The photos were shot by renowned photographer Felice Beato who travelled with the British Army during the Indian Rebellion and the Second Opium War in China.
He captured the Imperial Summer Palace in Beijing before it was destroyed by fire by Empire forces.
His snaps also include a folding panorama view of Hong Kong harbour, the Forbidden City in Peking, a pagoda and grim images of slain Chinese soldiers at a fort.