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Abu Thabi (Abu Dhabi)

A significant, previously unpublished, manuscript plan of the port and town of Abu Dhabi

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Reference: A703
Date 1833 & 1858-1860
Hydrographer/Surveyor/Artist: Capt. Haines & C. G. Constable
Size Of Original: w 12.7cm x h 12.7cm
Paper Type German Hahnemuhle Etching Paper 310gms

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This small chart and plan of Abu Dhabi dates from 1833 and was drawn by Captain Haines of the ‘Bombay Marine’ as part of an on-going survey of the region undertaken by the naval branch of the Honourable East India Company.  The hydrographic part of the survey was added to between 1858 & 1860 by Commander (later Captain) Charles Golding Constable, also of the Bombay Marine service, the second son of the celebrated British landscape artist, John Constable.

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