Maps: 1715 - 1719
1715 Herman Moll:
1715 Christoph Weigel:
Nuremberg, 7 x 5.5
inches. See the re-
engraved 1729 version.
1716 Nicolas de Fer: "LES ETATS DE LA COURONNE DE POLOGNE, sous les quels sont
compris LA GRANDE ET LA PETITE POLOGNE, LE GRAND DUCHE DE LITHUANIE
...," Paris, 18.5 x 23 inches, in versions. First map from Bibliotheque nationale de France: www.
gallica.bnf.fr; third from LIETUVOS DAILĖS FONDAS: .ldfondas.lt/en/collection
1718-c1719 Henri Chatelain Family: "NOUVELLE CARTE DU ROYAUME DE
POLOGNE..." Amsterdam, in three versions, all 500 x 578 cm. The left image is from
1718, the middle and right from a c1719 edition of "Atlas Historique." The atlas was
published in various editions from 1705-39. Image on the right is from www.librairie-lebail.fr
1718 Jean Baptiste
Renou de Chauvigne-
Jaillot - Guillaume
Delisle: "POLOGNE," 5 x
6.5 inches. From Beach
Antique Maps & Prints
1719 Henri Chatelain: "Carte de Pologne
avec la DE POLOGNE AVEC LA CHRONOL-
OGIE DES ROIS ET DES DUCS DE LITHU-
ANIE..." 20 x 24 inches, Amsterdam, from
“Atlas Historique,” published 1705-39,
with a chronology of the kings and dukes of
Lithuania. The map, AK-14, is based on
work by Guillaume Delisle. See the 1714
version. From The Wroblewski Library of the
Lithuanian Academy of Sciences: elibrary.mab.lt/
1719 Chatelain family:
"CARTE DES CON-
QUESTES DE CHARLES
GUSTAVE ET DE
CHARLES XII EN
POLOGNE," Paris, 5.5 x
6.5 inches. From
1719 Jacques Chiquet: "LES ESTATS DE LA COURONNE DE POLOGNE," Paris, 6.5 x 8.8 inches / 16.3 x 22 cm., in six versions from the second edition of "Le Nouveau et Curieux
Atlas Geographique et Historique, ou le Divertissement des Empereurs, Roys, et Princes tant dans la Guerre que dans la Paix," one of only two atlases he published, shortly after
which he died. See the 1711 edition of this map created and engraved by Antoine Menard, also published by Chiquet in 1711. Eight years later, Chiquet republished the atlas,
replacing Menard's name with his own. 2nd map from www.raremaps.com; 3rd map from www.swaen.com; 4h map -- in two images -- from www.oldworldauctions.com; 5th map from
www.themaphouse.com; 6th map from mojo998stampeantiche on eBay
1719 Pieter van der Aa: "LA POLOGNE,"
Leiden, 10.24 x 15.16 inches. From
1719 Allain Manesson-Mallet: "POLOGNE," on a page headed "Poln., FIGURE XXXIII," Frankfurt, 6 x 8 inch sheet, 4 1/2 x
5 7/8 inch engraved image, in three versions from the second German-language edition of "Description de l'Univers."
Compare with 1683-85 versions. First map from antiquemapsandprints on eBay; second map from www.columbia.edu; third map from
bertius on eBay; fourth map from www.swaen.com; fifth map from www.bergbook.com
1719 John Senex: "POLAND and other of the Countries belonging to that Crowne, Accordingto the Neweft Obfervations," London, 2nd edition, 22 x 19
inches, originally published by Morden & Browne in 1710. Three versions. The remnants of the earlier printing , which have been burnished out of the
cartouche, are still evident. The map is "Most humbly Inscribd to The Hon.ble Collonel Charles Cathcart, Groom of the Bed Chamber to His Royal
Highness the Prince."Also two DETAIL images of the second map. First map from www.raremaps.com; second, and source of the DETAIL images: Old Times Libreria
Antiquaria, Di Cesare Giannelli, on eBay; third map is AK31, originally from www.raremaps.com
1717 Nicolas de Fer: "ESTATS DE LA COURONNE DE POLOGNE," Paris, 13 x 8.5 inches
/ 31.5 x 22 cm, in three versions from his "Atlas Curieux." First map from www.raremaps.
com; second from LIETUVOS DAILĖS FONDAS: www.ldfondas.lt/en/collection; third from www.
1717 Paul de La Feuille: "LE ROYAVME DE POLOGNE AVEC SANS
CONFINS," Amsterdam, 26.9 x 19.3 cm. From "Les Tablettes Guerrieres,
Ou Cartes choisies Pour la commodite Des Officiers et des Voyageurs."
Compare with versions from 1702, 1707, 1732, 1747 and 1753. From Old
Times Rare Antiquarian Books & Maps on eBay
c1715 and 1716: " Der Nordischen Königreiche Süd-Oost
Theil Begreiffende Liefland, Ingermanland, und Finnland
..." Augsburg. The map on the left was published by
Johann I Stridbeck, engraved by his son, Johann II.
Gabriel Bodenehr bought the Stridbeck plates in 1716,
and continued publishing the Stridbeck Atlas: "Atlas
Curieux," under his own name: the map on the right. First
map from From National Library of Estonia: www.nlib.ee; second map
from DSpace at the Univ. of Tartu: http://dspace.utlib.ee/dspace/
on a page headed
1716 Gabriel Bodenehr
(engraver/printer): " König-
reiche Polen und Preussen"
Augsburg. From LIETUVOS
DAILĖS FONDAS: .ldfondas.
1716 Gabriel Bodenehr:
Augsburg, 20 x 32 cm.
From his "Atlas Curieux..."
c1718 Johann Baptiste Homann: "Regni Poloniae Magnique
Ducatus Lithuaniæ Nova et exacta..." Nuremberg, with a
cartouche intermediate between the 1712 and 1720 states.
From Vilnius University Library: http://www.atmintis.mb.vu.lt/