J.R.R. Tolkien's early (1916-1920) drawing I Vene Kemen is a depiction of Arda (not called that yet) in the form of a ship:
Christopher Tolkien included this drawing in The Book of Lost Tales, Part I, showing Tolkien's earliest version of his mythology.
On the floor of the Great Sea (which would later be called Belegaer) appears a palace with the label Ô next to it.
The words Haloisi Velike appear just above the surface. Tolkien Gateway translates Haloisi Velike as "Great Sea" and Ô as "Sea", which would argue against Ô being a label for the palace.
This is decades before Tolkien conceived of Númenor.
What is this palace? It could be the halls of Ossë or Ulmo, or some early idea of either one.