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First published in London by John Seller in 1675 in English as part of his ‘Atlas Maritimus’, or A Book of Charts. Engraved and hand coloured.

Chart Information
Reference: A802
Date 1675
Hydrographer/Surveyor/Artist: John Seller
Size Of Original: w 24” x h 21”
Paper Type Hahnemuhle German Etching 310gsm

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A802

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w24” x h21”

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Ref: P700

Part of the coast of Saudi Arabia and Qatar including Bahrain

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Ref: P702a

The Arabian or Southern side of the Gulf of Persia (Qatar to the UAE). Western sheet.

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Ref: P702b

The Arabian or Southern side of the Gulf of Persia (UAE). Central sheet.

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The Arabian or Southern side of the Gulf of Persia (Abu Dhabi in the UAE to Oman). Eastern sheet

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A Survey of the Arabian side of the Gulf of Persia (Kuwait to Oman)

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Abu Thabi (Abu Dhabi)

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Khor Fakkan

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Al Bidd'a (Doha) harbour, Qatar

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Ref: A706

Muskat Cove in the Gulf of Oman

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Ref: P707

Part of the Arabian Coast in the Gulf of Persia showing Harbours attacked by the British

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Ref: P708

A Survey of the Gulf of Persia

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Ref: P709

An early French chart of the Persian Gulf

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Trigonometrical Plan of ‘Seirabonade’ (known now as Sir Abu Nu’ayr or Airaei)

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Ref: A711

Plan of Muskat Cove

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Ref: P712

The Gulf of Persia

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Trigonometrical Plan of ‘Island of Zircooa’ (known now as Zirku, or Zarkah).

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Ref: P714

Trigonometrical Plan of ‘Arzenie’ (known now as Arzanah).

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Ref: A715

The Port of Dubai

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Ref: P716

A Chart of the Persian Gulf

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Ref: A717

Bay of Al Katiff in Saudi Arabia

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The North Western Anchorage of Bahrain.

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Ref: A719

A Plan of the Islands of Bahrain and Arad.

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Ref: P720

Chart of the entrance to the Persian Gulf

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Ref: P721

A Survey of the Persian Gulf

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Ref: A722

A Plan of the Island and Harbour of ‘Seer Beni Yass’ (known now as Sir Bani Yas).

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Ref: P723a

The Persian Gulf (western sheet)

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The Arabian Gulf (eastern sheet)

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Ref: P724

The Harbour of El Biddah (Al Bidda, Doha, Qatar)

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Ref: P725

A Chart of the Gulf of Persia

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Ref: A726

Sketch of the attack on the port of Ras Al Khymar by the British

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