Maps: 1710 - 1714
1710 Henri Abraham
Chatelain: "POLOGNE
LITHUANIE"
1710 Charles Inselin:
"ROYAUME DE POLOGNE,"
21 x 28 inches.
From
www.mapmogul.com
1710 Gerard van Keulen: "REGNI POLONIÆ et
DUCATUS LITHUANIÆ," Amsterdam, in two versions.
1711 Francisco Laso:
"ESTADOS DE LA
CORONA DE POLON-
IA," Madrid, 5 1/4 x 5
7/8 inches, from "El
Atlas Abreviato,"
whose plates were
based on those of Don
Francisco De Affer-
den’s 1696 atlas
published in Ant-
werp -- itself based on
Jacques Peeters' 1692  
"L'Atlas En Abrege."
published in 1692.
From Vilnius Univ.
Library: http://www.
atmintis.mb.vu.lt/
c. 1711 Herman Moll: "POLAND, According to neweft obfervations," London, 7.25 x 10 inches, from his "Complete System of Geography." In four different versions, published the same year.
1711 Philipp Clüver: "Veterius et Novae REGNI POLONIÆ Magniq Ducatus, LITHUANIÆ Cum suis
Palatinatibus ac Consinus Descriptio." London, 10 x 8.2 inches / 25.4 x 20.9 cm, from "Introductio in
Universam Geographicam," published by John Nicholson.
1711 Johannes van
Lucht- enburgh

(engraver)
- Henri
Scheurleer
(pub-
lisher)
: "LIVONIE,
CURLANDE, ET
SAMOGITIE." The
Hague. Published in
"Theatre Complet et
Particularise De La
Guerre Du Nort Ou
Cartes Geographiques
Des Pais exposez a la
presente Guerre."
From www.nlib.ee
1713-14 Pieter van der Aa: "La LIVONIE Avec les frontieres de COURLANDE, et de FINLANDE..," Leiden, 29 x 36cm /
11.2 x 14 inches, in four iterations of the first edition of his "Nouvel Atlas."
1714 Henri Chatelain: "CARTE DE POLOGNE AVEC LA CHRONOLOGIE DES ROIS ET
DES DUCS DE LITHUANIE..." 19.5 x 23.4 inches / 49.5 x 59.4 cm, Amsterdam, in
versions from the first edition of Volume IV of “Atlas Historique,” with editions in
1718, 1720 and 1735. Given the different page numbers of the versions where it can
be read, they can't all be first edition. The map is based on work by Guillaume Delisle.
1711 Petrus Schenk:
"POLON. LITHUAN.
BORUS. POMER." 57 x
47 cm.
From Staats- und
Universitätsbibliothek
Bremen via europeana.eu
1714 Henri Chatelain: "NOUVELLE CARTE DU ROYAUME DE POLOGNE..," 600 x 510 mm / 21 x 24 inches, Amsterdam, in versions from the first
edition of Volume IV of  "Atlas Historique," with later editions of Volume IV published in 1718, 1720 and 1735. Given the different page number
for the versions where it can be read, they can't all be from the first edition.The map is based on one by Guillaume Delisle.
c. 1710 Daniel de la Feuille (publisher):
"LA LIVONIE," 8.5 x 6 inches, from "Les
Tablettes Guerrières..."
(military atlas),
Amsterdam.
www.oldworldauctions.com
1714 Nocolas de Fer :
"ESTATS de la Couronne
de POLOGNE," Paris, 5 1/2
x 6 1/4 inches / 13.7 x
15.7 cm, from the sixth
edition of Jacques Robbe's  
"Methode pour apprendre
facilement la Geographie
..."
From mappamundi-fr on
eBay
1712 Edward Wells (geographer) - Simon Nicholls (engraver): "A New Map of Present
Poland, Hungary, Walachia, Moldavia, Little Tartary &c. Shewing thier Principall
Divisions Chief Cities, Towns, Rivers, &c.," Oxford, 20 x 14.5 inches, in two versions from
an atlas, published from 1700 - 1738, dedicated to 11-year-old William, Duke of
Gloucester, who had just died while attending school in Oxford. The map is from "A
Treatise of antient and present Geography, together with a sett of maps in folio." See the
1700 version.
1712 Johann Baptiste Homann (engraver): "Regni Poloniæ Magnique Ducatus Lithuaniæ nova et exacta ad mentem Starovolcii descripta," Nuremberg, 19 3/8 x 22 ½
inches, in three versions of the F
irst State, identified by the presence of “Author sculpsit” at the lower right. The single word "Norimbergae" below Homann's name
also distinguishes this plate of a map which underwent many minor changes over the years. See later versions in c1718, 1720, and 1739.
1710-11 Gerard & Leonard Valk: "Regnum Poloniӕ divisum in Magnum Ducatum Lithuaniæ, Magnum parvam que Poloniam, Prussiam, albam et
rubram Russiam, Volhyniam, Podoliam, Ukraniam...per Gerard et Leonard Valk. Amst. cum Privilegio," Amsterdam.
1714 Henri Chatelain: "Carte Genealogique Des Princes Et Rois De
Pologne Et Des Familles Roiales Et Ducales De Piaste Et De Iagelon..."
(Map of the Genealogy of the Princes and Kings of Poland and their Royal
Families, as well as of the Piaste and Jagiellonian dynasties...)"

Amsterdam, 15.5 x 37 inches.  
From www.raremaps.com
c. 1710 Elias Bäck
(
engraver/publisher):
"Pohlen...La Pologne...,"
Augsburg, 16  x 22 cm.,
from "Atlas Geographi-
cus."
From LIETUVOS
DAILĖS FONDAS: ldfondas.lt/
c. 1710 - 1714 Christoph Weigel: "Poloniæ & Lithvania
accurante curatius," Nuremberg, 13.5 x 11 inches. See
the 1718 version.
1714 Claude Buffier - Abraham Du Bois (engraver/
publisher)
: "La Pologne suivant les degrés de l'academie
des sciences de Paris," the left image. The right: from
"De la Geographie moderne d'Abraham Du Bois," Leiden.
1711 Antoine Menard (engraver/map-
maker)
- Jacques Chiquet (publisher):
"Les Estats de la Couronne de
POLOGNE," Paris, 6.5 x 8.7 inches,
from the first edition of "Le Nouveau
et Curieux Atlas Geographique et
Historique..." In 1719, Chiquet
replaced all mention of Menard and
republished the atlas under his own
name.
From www.swaen.com
c. 1710 Frederick de Wit:
"Reipublicæ et Status
Generalis POLONIÆ..."
Amsterdam, in the third
state.
From www.vobam.se
1711 Charles-Hubert
Jaillot
(mapmaker, up-
dating Sanson
-  Pierre
Mortier
(publisher): "Estats
de Pologne Subdivisés..."
Amsterdam, 5th edition.
From www.vobam.se
c. 1714-1719 Henri
Chatelain: Detail from
"Carte Genealogique Des
Princes Et Rois De
Pologne..." Amsterdam.
From gkrgrec on eBay
www.geographicus.com
Tome. 4 No. 23
adriaticmaps on eBay
Tome. 4 No. 20
www.raremaps.com
Lithuanian National Museum:
www.lnm.lt
Royal Danish Library:
www.kb.dk
Royal Danish Library:
www.kb.dk
vilkau on eBay
andrisz2005 on eBay
www.mapmogul.com
www.oldworldauctions.com
www.mapmogul.com
Yale Beinecke Rare Book Library: yale
http://brbl-dl.library.yale.edu
www.martayanLan.com
www.raremaps.com
National Library of Estonia:
www.nlib.ee/en
gkrgrec on eBay
Univ. of Tartu:
http://dspace.ut.ee/
c. 1710 Renier and Joshua Ottens
(publishers) - Jacob Keyser (engraver):
"Reipublicæ et status generalis Poloniæ
nova Tabula comprehendens Maioris et
minoris Poloniæ Regni..," Amsterdam,
20.1 x 34.3 inches. / 51.0 x 87.0 cm., in
two joined sheets.
From www.swaen.com
www.raremaps.com
https://antique-maps.lt/
Royal Danish Library:
1714 Pieter van der Aa (mapmaker/publisher): "LA POLOGNE, Suivant les Nouvelles
Observations de Messrs. de l'Academie Royale des Sciences, etc. Augmentées de Nouveau..,"
Leiden, 8.7 x 11.5 inches, from the first edition of his "NOUVEL ATLAS très Exact et Fort
Commode pour Toutes Sortes de Personnes, Contenant LES PRINCIPALES CARTES
GÉOGRAPHIQUE"... See the 1719 version of this map. Before Pieter died in 1733, he sold
the plates for this atlas to Covens & Moritier, who reissued the atlas in 1735, replacing van
der Aa's name with their own.
www.sanderusmaps.com
wikimedia
www.sanderusmaps.com
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1712 John Senex (engrav-
er/publisher)
- V.R Duy
(cartouche engraver):
"Poland: corrected from
the observations com-
municated to the Royal
Society at London and
the Royal Academy at
Paris," London, 64 x 94
cm.
From Yale's Beinecke
Library:  www.brbl- dl.library
.yale.edu
www.raremaps.com
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www.swaen.com
Cartographic and Geological
Institute of Catalonia:
www.cartotecadigital.icc.cat/
This plate  was later slightly re-engraved,  
the labels changed from Spanish to French,
in the 1758 Bachiene/Covens et Mortier
"ESTATS de la COURONNE de POLOGNE."
Univ. of Basel via
europeana.eu
www.raremaps.com
www.mapywig.org
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