Maps: 1710 - 1714
1710 Abraham Allard
(engraver, son of Carel) -
Covens et Mortier: "Sedes
beli in POLONIA et in
MOSCOVIÆ...," Amster-
dam, 83 x 51 cm. See
1751 version.
From National
Library of France, gallica.bnf.fr
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.
Map on the right from the Lithuanian National Museum lnm.lt
1711 F. Laso: "ESTADOS
DE LA CORONA DE
POLONIA," Antwerp, 5
1/4 x 5 7/8 inches. From
"El Atlas Abreviato."
The
Portsmouth Bookshop
c1711 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.
Third image on the right from www.mapmogul.com; fourth from Yal Beinecke Rare Book Library: yale http://brbl-dl.library.yale.edu
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.
Cartouche DETAIL and first map from andrisz2005 on eBay; second map from www.mapmogul.com; third map with DETAIL image from
www.oldworldauctions.com
1711 Johannes van Lucht-
enburgh
(engraver) -
Henri Scheurleer
(pub-
lisher)
: "LIVONIE, CUR-
LANDE, 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
1714 Pieter van der Aa: "LA POLOGNE..."
1714 Herman (Hendrick)
van Loon: "LA POLOGNE."
21 x 16 cm.
From maklize on
eBay
1714 Pieter van der Aa: "La LIVONIE Avec les frontieres de COURLANDE, et de FINLANDE..,"
Leiden, in three iterations, the second with two
DETAIL images, from his "Nouvel Atlas." First map
from the National Library of Estonia; second and detail maps from the National Library of Latvia:
http://data.lnb.lv/nba05/kartes/frame_anglu.htm; third, uncolored map from Univ. of Tartu: http://dspace.ut.ee/
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, from “Atlas
Historique,” published in seven volumes from 1705-39, with a
chronology of the kings and dukes of Lithuania. The map is based
on work by Guillaume Delisle.
(An uncolored 1719 version of this
map is
AK-14) From www.swaen.com.
1711 Petrus Schenk: "POLON. LITHUAN.
BORUS. POMER." 57 x 47 cm.
From Staats- und
Universitätsbibliothek Bremen via europeana.eu
1710 Henri Abraham Chatelain: "NOUVELLE CARTE DU ROYAUME DE POLOGNE..,"
600 x 510 mm / 21 x 24 inches, Amsterdam, in three versions from "Atlas Historique,"
published 1705-39. Compare with versions from 1708, 1709 and 1718.
First map from
www.geographicus.com; second from adriaticmaps on eBay; third map from www.raremaps.com
c1710 Daniel de la Feuille: "LA LIVONIE..."
8.5 x 6 inches / 21.6 x 15.3 cm, from "Les
Tablettes Guerrières..."
(military atlas),  
Amsterdam with 30 folding maps, published
by Paul de la Feuille after the death of his
father that year, during the War of the
Spanish Succession,  
From 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,
dediee a Monseigneur le
Duc du Maine."
From
mappamundi-fr on eBay
1712 Edward Wells: "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
colored and uncolored 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.
From
www.raremaps.com
1712 Johann Baptist Homann (engraver): "Regni Poloniæ Magnique Ducatus Lithuaniæ nova et exacta…," Nuremberg, 19 3/8 x 22 ½
inches, in three versions of the first 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, 1739 and 1750.
First map from www.martayanLan.com; second from www.raremaps.com
c1710 Valk Family: "Regnum Poloniae Divisum in Magnum Ducatum Lithuaniæ
Magnum Parvam que Poloniam, Prussiam, Albam et Rubram Russian, Volhyniam,
Podoliam, Ukraniam," Amsterdam, in two versions of a single sheet map, and in a linen-
backed folding version.
First map from  the Allegro site in Poland: http://allegro.pl/ krolestwo-polski-
gerard-valk-1710r-oryginal-unikat-i3879599942.; second map from LIETUVOS DAILĖS FONDAS: .ldfondas.
lt/en/collection; third map from vilkau on eBay
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
c1710 Elias Bäck (engraver
/publisher)
: "Pohlen...La
Pologne...," Augsburg, 16  
x 22 cm., from "Atlas
Geographicus."
From
LIETUVOS DAILĖS FONDAS:
ldfondas.lt/en/collection
c1710 - 1714 Christoph Weigel: "Poloniæ & Lithvania
accurante curatius," Nuremberg, 13.5 x 11 inches, in
two versions.
First map from Univ. of Basel via europeana.eu;
second from www.raremaps.com
1714 Claude Buffier: "La Pologne suivant
les degrés de l'academie des sciences de
Paris," Paris, 5.6 x 7.2 inches / 14.3 x 18.4
cm.
From www.swaen.com
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
c1710 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
suiuant l'estendue des
Palatinats Par... Sanson..."
Amsterdam, 5th edition.
From www.vobam.se
c1714-1719 Henri
Chate-lain:
Detail from
"Carte Genealogique Des
Princes Et Rois De
Pologne..." Am- sterdam.
From gkrgrec on eBay