The number "193" in white ink appears on recto in what may be the hand of Antoin Sevruguin.
This image appears on page 71 of "Sevruguin's Iran" published by Barjesteh Zaman in 1999. The print has a negative number of "124" on recto.
This image also appears in “Autour du monde, aquarelles, souvenirs de voyages XL, En Perse. Types, costumes et Moeurs” published by L Boulanger, Paris, c1890 and is titled “Teheran. Epicier Droguiste sur la Place Royale” (CCCXIV. The photogravure was printed by Charles Gillot (1853-1903), a Paris based innovative engraver and collector who incorporated the photographic discoveries of Daguerre and Niepce and ultimately perfected a process for reproducing book illustrations in colour.
A postcard of this image is also in the Nelson collection and is titled "Pharmacie" on recto.
A reproduction of this image is located on page 229 of “Antoin Sevruguin: Past and Present” published by The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago in 2020.