*Dabul, from John Ogilby's Asia, the first part, being an accurate description of Persia, the vast empire of the great Mogol, and other parts of India, etc.; 1673* (BL)





"Dabul," a view published in Amsterdam (Peeters), 1690

Source: ebay, Apr. 2009




"La ville de Dabul" and "Reverence jounaliere des ministres d'Etat au Roi de Decan," by Pieter van der Aa, from 'La Galerie Agreable du Monde (...).Tome premier des Indes Orientales.', published by P. van der Aa, Leyden, c. 1725.

Source: ebay, Feb. 2012




A view by Francis Valentijn, 1726

Source: ebay, May 2010


The important trading port of Dabul, c.1747, by Bellin for *PREVOST*; *a very large scan of this engraving (1761 ed.)*. It seems to be a horizontally-flipped reprint of "Die stadt Dabul" from Francois Valentijn's 'Oud en nieuw Oost-Indien', 1724-26.

Source: ebay, Oct. 2004


A view of Dabul from "De Zee En Land-Caarten en Gizigeten van steeden en landvertooningen van oost-indien," published by the Van Keulen family, 1752, with modern hand coloring (reprinted from 'Oud en nieuw Oost-Indien' by Francois Valentijn, 1724); *Prevost's version*

Source: ebay, Oct. 2005


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