*Ghazi ud-Din Haidar, seventh Navab (1814-27), entertains Lord and Lady Moira to a banquet in his palace. Opaque watercolour, 1820-22* (BL)

A gold ashrafi coined by him in AH 1236 (1820/1)

Source: http://www.cngcoins.com/Coin.aspx?CoinID=79476&IsEnlarged=1
(downloaded Feb. 2006)

"Ghazi al-Din Haidar. 1819-1827. AV Ashrafi (23mm, 10.61 g, 2h). Dar al-Sultanat (Lucknow) mint. Dated AH 1236 (1820). Legend with titles / Coat-of-arms supported by 'mermen'."

An example from AH 1239 (1823/4), in which the fish can be seen more clearly

Source: http://www.christies.com/LotFinder/search/LotDetail.asp?intObjectID=3050077&SE=CMWCAT02+51399+%2D1154022515+&QR=M+1+36+Aqc0000900+50875++Aqc0000900+&entry=india&RQ=True&AN=37
(downloaded Sept. 2001)

"India, Awadh, Ghazi-ud-din-Haidar (AH 1234-43, 1819-27 AD), in the name of Shah Alam II, Ashrafi, AH 1239 (F.513; KM.170.2)."

"Chuttar Manzil, Lucknow, and the River," an albumen photo, c.1870's

Source: ebay, Aug. 2009

"Chutter Munzil, Lucknow," a photo by Edward Sache, c.1880's; and *a similar photo by Lawrie, c.1890's*

Source: ebay, Apr. 2008

Ghazi ud-Din began to build the Chattar Manzil Palace, and it was finished by his successor, Nasir ud-Din; a photo c.1900; and *another such view*

Source: ebay, Nov. 2007

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