Maps: 1676 - 1683
|1676 John Speed: "A
NEWE MAPE of POLAND
Done into English,"
London, 15 ¾ x 20 ¼
inches, from the last
edition of his "A Prospect
of the Most Famous Parts
of the World," originally
published by George
Humble in 1627,
Britain's first printed
atlas of the world,
reissued under a variety
of publishers. From
1678 [dated] Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi (printer/publisher) - Giorgio Widman (engraver
who copied Sanson's map): "Stati Della Corona Di Polonia Divisa..." Rome, in three
versions. See the 1688 version.
1679 Nicolaes Visscher - Nicholas Sanson: "Tabula nova totius REGNI POLONIÆ. in quo sunt Ducatus et Provinciae Prussia, Cujavia, Mazovia, Russia Nigra, &c. DUCATUS LITHUANIA,
UKRANIA, &c..," Amsterdam, 42.3 x 55.5 cm copper engraving in four differently-colored versions. Visscher, the publisher, had Sanson's 1655 map copied and published as his own.
1680 Pierre Duval:
electif." See 1681 version.
Don Freschott: "
one of many
maps in a
he printed as a
1680 Nicolaes Visscher:
c1680 Frederick de Wit: "REGNI POLONIÆ et Dvcatus LITHVANIÆ, Voliniae, Podoliae Vcraniae Prvssiæ et Cvrlandiæ Novissima et Correctissima Descriptio," Amsterdam, 19.37 x 22.44 inches / 56 x 48 cm, in seven
differently-colored versions with the first state of the cartouche. Only the seventh version has the gazeteer with place names and map coordinates. See the page "MapmakersT-Z" and the info on Wit for examples of the different
states of the cartouche.
1681 Caspar Henneberger
- Nicolaes Visscher:
"Tabula PRUSSIÆ eximia
cura conscripta..." Based
on a 1576 nine- sheet map
of Prussia by Henneberger.
Compare with versions
from 1584, 1593, 1630,
1634, 1640, 1645, 1665
1682 Philipp Cluver:
"LITHUANIA." His “Intro-
ductionis in Universam
published in 1624, was re-
issued from 1667 to 1729
and later. This map, AK-
11, is from a 1682 edition.
See the 1676 version above.
1682 Danckerts Family:
c1683 - 1685 Allain Manesson-Mallet: DE L'EUROPE, FIGURE 36 [OR 39], "POLOGNE," Paris, 5.5 x 4 inches, in eight versions, all from either the first (1683) or second (1685) French
edition of volume 4 [of 5] of "Description de l'Univers...," published by Denys Thierry. Colorists drew different boundaries for each version of "Pologne."
1683 Pierre Moullart Sanson: "Estats de la Couronne de Pologne," Paris, 7 1/4 x 10 inches, in six versions, all engraved by Anthony d'Winter, the first three without the borders
usually found on maps in Sanson's quarto atlas of Europe.
Sanson: "ESTATS de la
Couronne de POLOGNE."
From babi_de on German eBay
1680 Frederick de Wit: "DUCATUUM LIVONIÆ et CURLANDIÆ, Nova Tabula...," Amsterdam, in four different
versions, each 42 x 50 cm / 16.4 x 19.5 inches.
1682 Pierre Duval:
Electif." Paris, 100 x 125
mm. From his "Geograph-
ie Universelle." See 1680
1676 Philipp Clüver: "LITHUANIA," Amsterdam, 11 x
7.5 inches, from his "Introductionis in Universam
Geographiam." First published in 1624, it was
re-issued from 1667 to 1729 and later. See the 1682
version below, and four DETAIL images on the right.
From dive13 on eBay
1679 Pierre Duval: "POLONIÆ Regnum,"
along with a DETAIL image of the
cartouche. From maklize on eBay
1680 Danckerts Family: "REGNI POLONIÆ et DUCATUS LITHUANIÆ,"
Amsterdam, 19.8 x 22.6 inches. / 50.2 x 57.5 cm. Also a DETAIL image.
Compare with the 1682 version. From www.swaen.com
1677 Pierre Duval: ""Les Royaumes
du Nort ou Sont principalement les
Estats de la Couronne de Pologne..,"
Paris, in the second state of the map,
first published 1660 -- renamed and
with LaPoint's name deleted. From
1681 Sir Jonas Moore
16 x 20 cm. From the New
York Public Library: digital
c1683 - 1685 Allain Manesson- Mallet: "DE L'EUROPE,
FIGURE 37, POLOGNE," Paris, 14.5 x 10.5 cm, in three
versions from Volume 4 [of 5] of either the first (1683) or
second (1685) French edition of "Description de l'univers...."
published by Denys Thierry. Colorists of each map painted
different boundaries for "Pologne."
c1680 Moses Pitt (co-publisher) - Johannes I Janssonius van Waesbergen
(co-publisher): "Magni Dvcatvs Lithvaniæ Caetrarumq Regionum illi Adiacentium
exacta decrip..." Amsterdam, 22 x 18.5 inches, in three versions of a late re-issue of
Janssonius' single sheet version (Blaeu also issued a single-sheet version), itself based
on Blaeu's four-sheet version of Hessel Gerritsz's 1613 map. See the attribution just
above the lower left frameline: "Sumptibus [published by] Janssonio - Waesbergiar"
1680 Nicolas Sanson: "A MAPP of the
ESTATES of the CROWNE of POLAND:
where are the KINGDOM of POLAND
with its Palatinates, the Dutches of
Russia- Noire Cujavia, Mazovia,
Prussia, Lithuania, Volhynia, Podolia,
etc." London, 27 x 40 cm, published
by Francis Lamb and Richard Blome.
The map's dedication: "To the R.
Worship Full Sr Robert Clayton of the
Citty of London K. and Alderman and
Lord Mayr." From www.polona.pl
1680 Janssonius Family
(mapmakers) - Moses Pitt
(publisher): "Nova Totvs
39.5 x 52cm /15.4 x 20.3
inches), in a late version
from Pitt's "The English
Atlas." The first edition of
the map was 16.36, on
this site, as well as
versions from 1637, 1638,
1641 and 1642. From
1683 William Berry (mapmaker/publisher): "Poland Sub-
divided according to the Extent of its severall Palatinates
...Dedicated To the most serene and most sacred majesty
of Charles II...," London, 53.2 x 85.3 cm., in two versions.
Described on the map as Berry correcting/amending
Sanson's work, but actually based on Jaillot's reworking
of Sanson's map. The largest map of Poland published at
the time. See the Bowles version of 1744.
1683 (dated on Volume 4 of 5 of the first, and French, edition of Allain Manesson-Mallet's:
"Description de l'univers..,." published in Paris by Denys Thierry. These three maps are on
consecutive right-hand pages of the copy in the possession of the New York Public Library: the
page numbers make sense, but the "Figure" Roman numerals are out of sequence. Also, the
third map appears to be printed from the same plate as the second map, with the addition of
the phrase "Tome III" on the lower page margin. Why this third map was bound into the atlas,
I can't explain -- but it illustrates the difficulty of accurately identifying the provenance of one
of these maps merely by the plate image. From the New York Public Library's Rare Book Room
1677(dated) Nicholas Sanson
(cartographer) - Johann Hofmann
(publisher): "Regni Poloniæ prout
dividitur in suos Palatinatus..."
Nürnberg, in two un-joined sheets,
each 46 x 60.8 cm. cesgia on eBay
1681 Pierre Duval: "POLONIÆ
Regnum," Paris, 13 x 12 cm, from his
"Geographiæ Universalis." From
maklize on eBay
1677 (dated) Henricus
Hondius III: "Livoniæ et
Amsterdam. From The
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