Maps: 1684 - 1695
c. 1685 Allain Manesson-Mallet: "POLOGNE," with the page heading "Das Königreich Poln, FIGURE XXXII," Frankfurt, , 5.9 x 4.3
inches / 15 x 11 cm, copper engraving in six versions from the first German-language edition of his "Description de l'Univers."
Robert Morden: " Poland," London, 5 x 5 inches, full page  from the
second (1688)  and third (1693) editions of "Geography Rectified."
Robert Morden  Morden (publisher): "Poland," London, 5 x 5.5 inches / 12 x 13 cm, in maps excised from a full page
from "Geography Rectified," which appears to have been copied from Duval.
1688-89  Sanson (original mapmaker) -
Nicolaes Visscher
(publisher): "Tabula
nova totius REGNI POLONIÆ. in quo
sunt Ducatus et Provinciae Prussia,
Cujavia, Mazovia, Russia Nigra, &c.
Ducatus Lithuania..," Amsterdam,
53.3 x 63.5 cm, in the plate's 4th State.
From "Atlas Minor sive totius orbis
terrarum..," first published 1683.
 From
www.oshermaps.org
c. 1689 Frederick de Wit (revising publisher): Blaeu's
"Magni Ducatus Lithuaniæ..," Amsterdam, 44.5 x 52.5
cm / 17.4 x 20.5 inches, with de Wit's name replacing
Blaeu's on a purchased plate. From his "Composite Atlas."
In 1710 Pieter Mortier bought the plate, and reissued the
map from 1720 and onwards with "Covens et Mortier"
added beneath the cartouche.
1689 Nicolas de Fer: "LES ETATS DE
POLOGNE Suivant les dernieres Relations,"
Paris, 18 x 30 cm, published by Jean Baptiste
Coignard.
From www.oldtimesrarebooks.com
1690 Vincenzo Coronelli: "LITUANI Dedicata
AllI'llustrissimo Signore...," 24 x 17.5 inches / 46 x 60
cm, from his "Atlante Veneta.," in uncolored and colored
version. The map also appeared in some versions of
Coronelli's "Isolare Descrittione."
1690 Danckerts Family:
"REGNI POLONIÆ et  
Ducatus LITHUANIÆ
VOLINIÆ PODOLIÆ
UCRANIÆ PRUSSIÆ et
CURLANDIÆ,"
Amsterdam.
From
Jagiellońska Biblioteka Cyfrowa
via www.mapywig.org
1690 Guillaume Delisle:
"LA POLOGNE,"
Amsterdam, 60.5 x 47.5
cm. Published by Ptetrus
Schenk(en) II.
From
www.jpmaps.co.uk
1690 Nicholas Sanson:
"DE STATEN van De
Kroon POOLEN door
Sanson de Zoon G. dvR,"
Amsterdam, 7.5 x 10
inches, from "Atlas
Portatif et Nouveau du
Voyageur," by Chez Pierre
Mortier, engraved by
Antony d'Winter.
From
www.gracegalleries.com
1690 Nicholas Sanson -
L.C. Cordier
(publisher):
"Estats de la couronne de
Pologne," 46 x 65 cm,
published 1690-99.
From
Bibliotheque nationale de
France: www.gallica.bnf.fr
1690 Gerard Valk (engraver/publisher) - Petrus Schenk (publisher): "MAGNI DUCATUS LITHUANIÆ...Nicolai Christophori Radziwil D. G. Olycae ac
in Nieswies Ducis S. Rom. Imp. Principis in Szylowiec ac Mir..." 54 x 44 cm.,  with "P. Schenk - G. Valk Cum Priv." just above the lower left
frameline. Valk's "privilege" was granted 1686.
1692 Alexis-Hubert Jaillot (original publisher): "Estats de Pologne Subdivises suivant l'estendue des Pakatinats Par Le Sr.
Sanson...et tres sidele serviteur Hubert Jaillot," in four pirated versions published by Pierre Mortier in Amsterdam. At 34 x 22
inches / 54.4 x 87 cm, this is one of the largest atlas maps of the late 17th Century to focus on Poland and Lithuania. Much of
Jaillot's output was based on maps by Nicolas Sanson, in editions prepared for him by Adrien and Guillaume Sanson. In 1670 he
asked them to rework the elder Sanson's maps to create the "Atlas Nouveau" in editions of 1681, '85 the map dated 1685 is in the
NY Public Library collection), and '89. But editions of 1692, '96 and '98 were pirated by Mortier.  
c. 1694 Philipp Clüver: "Veteris et Novae REGNI POLONIÆ Magniq Ducatus
Lithuaniæ cum suis Palatinatibus ac Confinus descriptio," 8.5 x 10 inches, in three
versions from "Introductionis in Universam Geographicam," issued in various-sized
editions from 1650 to the mid- 1700's.
1694 Jacques Peeters:
"Estats de la Couronne
de POLOGNE..,"
Antwerp, 6.5 x 7 inches,
crediting Sanson.
From
www.raremaps.com
1684 Justus Danckerts:
"REGNI POLONIÆ et
Ducatus LITHUANIÆ,"
50.4 x 59.5 cm.
From
www.inter-antiquariaat.nl
c. 1685 Frederick de Wit: "REGNI POLONIÆ et Ducatus LITHUANIÆ, Voliniæ, Podoliæ, Vcraniæ, Prvssiæ et Cvrlandiæ descriptio..," 22 x 19 inches, Amsterdam, published by Abraham
Wolfgang, in four versions of the
First State of the cartouche. Note three ships in the Baltic in the first three examples, four ships in the fourth version: a buyer option. Compare with
the 1680, 1689 (2nd state cartouche) and 1700 (3rd state cartouche) versions. See the c1690 van Schagen copies.
1690 Sanson (original mapmaker, in 1655) -  Nicolaes Visscher (publisher): "Tabula Nova totius REGNI POLONIÆ in quo
sunt DUCATUS et PROVINCIAE PRUSSIA, CUJAVIA, MAZOVIA, RUSSIA, NIGRA &c. DUCATUS LITHUANIA,
UKRAINIA... VOLHYNIA et PODOLIA," Amsterdam, 16.5 x 22 inches / 42 x 56 cm., in the 4th  State of the plate from
Visscher's "Atlas minor sive totius orbis terrarum."
Justus Danckerts (engraver/publisher): "Ducatuum Livoniæ et Curlandiæ Novissima Tabula in Quibus sunt Estonia Litlandia...cum Privilegio Ord: Hollandiæ et West-Friesiæ." Amsterdam, 24 1/2 x 20 inches, in five versions. The map
appeared in a Cornelius Danckerts' atlas as late as 1698.
1692 Jacques Peeters (engraver/publisher): "ESTATS de la COURONNE POLOGNE,"
Antwerp, paper 20.5 x 18.1 cm, in versions from "L 'Atlas en abrege ou Nouvelle
Description du Monde."
1688
www.swaen.com
c. 1690-95 Danckerts Family: "Magni Ducatus Lithuaniæ, Divisa Tam In
Palatinatus," Amsterdam, in three versions. Danckerts sold this plate to the Ottens
brothers in 1726 -- see their version of this map, with the Ottens name on the
cartouche, from 1726 and 1788.
c. 1690 Gerard Valk (publisher): "Tabula Ducatuum Livoniӕ et Curlandiӕ: recentior incisa editaque per Gerardum
Valck,"  Amsterdam, 23 x 19 inches.
c. 1690 Robert Morden (publisher) - Francis
Lamb
(engraver): "A New Mapp of the Estates
of the Crown of Poland. Containing: the
Kingdom of Poland the Dutchies & Provinces
of Prussia..," London, 22 x 17.3 inches. The
title cartouche features the Polish
coat-of-arms, putti, soldiers, and a farmer.
Another cartouche at top right contains
information about where the map was sold
and a key indicating the symbols used for
towns, universities, towns of note, etc.
From
oldworldauctions.com
1692 Two maps by Johann Ulrich Müller (geographer/
cartographer)
- Gabriel Bodenehr (engraver/publisher):
"Litthauen," and "Pohlen," Ulm, both 8.8 x 7.3 cm, both
published in his  "Kurtz- bündige Abbild- und Vorstellung
der Gantzen Welt.... "
Both from cesgia on eBay
www.richardmartingallery.co.uk/
1691 Jean Nicolas de Tillemont - Jean
Baptiste Nolin: ""Le Royaume de
POLOGNE COMPRENANT les Etats de
Pologne et de Lithuanie ..." Paris, and a
DETAIL image of the cartouche of a
second version.
First map and detail image
from rom panorama-antyki.pl
1684
Univ. of Tartu: http://dspace.utlib.ee/
1695 Abel Swale - Tim-
othy Child
(publishers):
"Les Royaume de Pologne
avec avec sans confins,"  
London, 13.80 × 17.30
cm, from "Thesaurus  
Geographicas..." Swale
worked with both Moll
and Morden, and one of
them may have created
this map.
From LIETUVOS
DAILĖS FONDAS: .ldfondas.
lt/en/collection
www.rubylane.com
1689 Frederick de Wit: "REGNI POLONIÆ  et Dvcatus
LITHVANIÆ...descriptio emendata per F. de Wit. Amstel-
odami per F. de Witt Cum Privilegio D.D. Ordinum
Hollandiae Westfrisiæ," Amsterdam, in two versions of
the
Second State, with the privilege -- and a mileage
chart. See the 1680, 1685 and 1700 versions, and the
c1690 van Schagen copies.
www.swaen.com
www.raremaps.com
1685
www.raremaps.com
Willem Blaeu (mapmaker) - Hessel Gerritsz (engraver) - Abraham
Wolfgang
(1685 publisher): "Magni Ducatus Lithuaniae et Regio-
num Adiacentium exacta Descriptio... D. Nicolai Christopheri
Radziwil," Amsterdam, in two late editions of Blaeu's 1613 map.
Blaeu's print shop burned in 1672, Willem's son Johannes died in
1673, and this surviving plate was sold at a 1674 auction  to
Frederick de Wit, who added his name to the cartouche. Blaeu's
already printed stock, without Wit's name, would last until 1695,
when the remaining inventory was sold.
1690
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1694 [dated]  Hubert Jaillot: "Estats De La Couronne De Pologne presente a Monseigneur
Le Duc De Bourgogne..," Amsterdam, 24 x 19 inches, first issued in the "Atlas Royal a l’
usage de Monseigneur le Duc de Burgogne." Originally a sculptor, Jaillot went into
partnership with Nicholas Sanson's sons. In 1670 he asked them to rework Nicolas -- The
Elder -- Sanson's maps for new atlases, some of which were pirated by Pierre Mortier.
1688
www.theantiquarium.com
www.raremaps.com
Boston Public Library: http://maps.bpl.org
www.polona.pl
http://gauss.suub.uni-bremen
www.putmap.com
www.karty.by
antiquemapsprints on
eBay
www.bergbook.com
www.alexandremaps
.com
www.raremaps.com
1688
www.themaphouse.com
1693
www.raremaps.com
1688
www.themaphouse.com
1693
www.beachmaps.com
1700
LIETUVOS DAILĖS FONDAS
www.ldfondas.lt
1700
www.jpmaps.co.uk
www.alexandremaps.com
wikipedia
www.raremaps.com
www.alexandremaps.com
Lithuanian National Museum:
lnm.lt
Vilnius Univ. Library:
www.atmintis.mb.vu.lt
Lithuanian National Museum:  
lnm.lt
panorama-antyki on eBay
National Library of Latvia: lnb.lv
Beinecke Rare Book &
Manuscript Library at Yale
www.antique-maps.lt
www.swaen.com
cesgia on eBay
LIETUVOS DAILĖS FONDAS: .
ldfondas.lt
Beach Antique Maps and
Prints: bertius on eBay
LIETUVOS DAILĖS FONDAS: .
ldfondas.lt
1688 [dated] Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi
(publisher) - Giorgio Widman (engraver
who copied G. Sanson's map)
: "STATI
DELLA CORONA DI POLONIA..," Rome.
See the 1678, c. 1692 and 1695 versions.

From antique-maps.lt
1687 Jakob von Standrart (engraver/
publisher)
- Abraham Lichtenthaler
(printer): "Magnus Ducat: Lithuaniæ &
Russia Alba," Sulzbach, 13.8 cm x 7.7.cm,
from "Des Koenigsreichs Pohlen Land-
Staats und Zeit Beschreibung." Based on
earlier work by Guillaume Le Vasseur de
Beauplan?
From www.bonhams.com
Royal Danish Library:
http://www.kb.dk/map
1684
Harvard Map Library:
Harvard Map Library:
www.library.harvard.edu
www.antique-maps.lt
c. 1684 Christoph
Hartknoch
(map-
maker)
: "Accurata
Livoniæ Descriptio."
From  the Royal Danish
Library: www.kb.dk
c. 1684-87
Royal Danish Library: www.kb.dk
www.raremaps.com
www.raremaps.com
www.raremaps.com
1695 Guillaume Sanson (original mapmaker) - Giorgio Widman (copying engraver) -
Giacomo Rossi
(printer/publisher): "Stati Della Corona di Polonia. Diuisa neele sue Principali
Provincie e Palatinati..." Rome, 42 x 56 cm, from "Mercurio Geografico', first published in
1674 without a map of Poland. The 1678 and 1688 editions did, and their images are on
this site, with dated cartouches. These two maps are undated.
www.raremaps.com
Royal Danish Library:
www.kb.dk
www.raremaps.com
Royal Danish Library:
http://www.kb.dk/map
www.davidrumsey.com
1695 Herman Moll (mapmaker/
engraver/publisher)
: "The Kingdome
of Poland with its Confines," London,
11.0 x 7.5 inches / 28.0 x 19.0 cm,
from his book "Poland.
From
www.swaen.com
c. 1690 Gerard & Leonard Valk (father and son
engravers and publishers)
: "Regnum Poloniæ divisum in
Magnum Lithuaniæ, magnam parvam que
Poloniam..," Amsterdam, 60.1 x 51.7 cm. No cartouche.
www.raremaps.com
cesgia on eBay
1684
Royal Danish Library: www.kb.dk
1689 Nicolas de Fer:
-
(mapmaker) - Dezallier
(publisher): "Estats de la
Couronne de Pologne,"
Paris, 6.2 x 5.3 inches,  
from the first edition of
Robbe's "Methode pour
apprendre facilement la
Geographie..."
From
www.oldworldauctions.com
c. 1690 Gerrit Lucasz van Schagen (engraver/cartographer, and copier, with changes, of maps by Visscher and de Wit):
"REGNI POLONIÆ et Ducatus LITHUANIÆ, Voliniæ, Podoliæ, Vcraniæ, Prvssiæ et Cvrlandiæ descriptio..,"  Amsterdam,
49 x 55.5 cm, in what is a copy of de Wit's
First State, 1680-85, of the same-titled map/cartouche, with changes in
outlines of some islands, especially Bornholm, overall size, lettering, and, of course, attribution.
www.antique-maps.lt
Library of the university of Amsterdam: http://dpc.uba.uva.nl
Vilnius Univ. Library:
www.atmintis.mb.vu
c. 1692
www.davidrumsey.com
1695
Yale Beinecke Library:
www.brbl-dl.library.yale.edu
1690 Vincenzo Coronelli:
"POLONIA PARTE
OCCIDENTALE" and  
"POLONIA PARTIE
ORIENTALE," Venice, in
two unjoined maps, each
600 x 450 mm / 24 x 18
inches, from his "Corso
Geografico Universale."
From www.raremaps.com
1690 Janssonius and Moses Pitt
(publishers): " "NOVA TOTIVS LIVONIÆ
accurata Descriptio." Oxford, 15.2 x 20.3
inches, from "The English Atlas." See 1640
versions.
From www.swaen.com
www.polona.pl
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