Maps: 1715 - 1720
1715 Herman Moll:
1715 Christoph Weigel:
Nuremberg, 7 x 5.5
inches. See the re-
engraved 1729 version.
1716 [dated] Peter Starckman (engraver) - Nicolas de Fer (mapmaker/publisher): "LES ÉTATS DE LA COURONNE DE
POLOGNE, sous les quels sont compris LA GRANDE ET LA PETITE POLOGNE, LE GRAND DUCHÉ DE LITHUANIE..," Paris,
18.5 x 23 inches. First issued by de Fer in 1716, with later editions in 1736, and published by Desnos, in 1760 and 1782.
1718 Henri Chatelain: "NOUVELLE CARTE DU
ROYAUME DE POLOGNE..." Amsterdam, 500 x 578
cm., from the second edition of Volume IV of "Atlas
Historique." That volume was first published in 1714,
and later editions were published in 1720 and 1735.
1718 Jean Baptiste
Renou de Chauvigne-
Jaillot - Guillaume
Delisle: "Pologne," 5 x 6.5
inches. From Beach Antique
Maps & Prints
1718 Henri Chatelain:
"CARTE DE POLOGNE,
AVEC LA CHRONOLOGIE
...Tome. 4 No. 20," Am-
sterdam, 20 x 24 inches,
from the 2nd ed. of Vol.
IV of “Atlas Historique,”
also published 1714, '20
and '35. From The
Wroblewski Library of the
Lithuanian Academy of
1719 Henri Chatelain:
"Carte des Conquestes de
Charles Gustave et de
Charles XII en Pologne,"
Amsterday, 5.5 x 6.5
1719 [dated] 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. The 1711 edition of this map was created and engraved by Antoine Menard, and published by Chiquet. Eight years later, Chiquet republished the
atlas, replacing Menard's name with his own.
1719 Pieter van der Aa: "LA POLOGNE,"
Leiden, 10.24 x 15.16 inches. See the
c1714 version. 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.
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.
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."
1717 Paul de la Feuille:
"LE ROYAVME DE
POLOGNE AVEC SANS
from "Les Tablettes
Guerrieres..." See versions
from 1702, 1707, 1732,
1747, 1753. From cesgia on
"Der Nordischen Königreiche Süd-Oost Theil Begreiffende Liefland, Ingermanland,
und Finnland..," Augsburg. The first map was published by Johann I Stridbeck, and
engraved by his son, Johann II. Gabriel Bodenehr bought the Stridbeck plates in
1716, and continued publishing the Stridbeck Atlas: "Atlas Curieux oder Neuer und
Compendieuser Atlas," under his own name.
on a page headed
1716 Gabriel Bodenehr the Elder (publisher of Stridbeck's 1700 plate): "Geographische
Vorstellung derer Königreiche Polen und Preussen..," Augsburg, From his "Atlas
Curieux..." See the 1704 version and the 1757 Kilian version.
c. 1715-18 Johann Baptiste Homann: "Regni Poloniæ Mag- nique
Ducatus Lithuaniæ..," Nuremberg, with Second State cartouche.
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1720 Henri Abraham
Chatelain: "LE ROYAUME
DE POLOGNE...," Paris, 7
x 5.5 inches, from his
"Atlas Historique." From
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1720 Gabriel Bodenehr:
llung derer Konigsreiche
Polen..," Augsburg, 8.5 x
6.5 inches. From
1720 Guillaume Delisle -
Covens-Mortier: "Estats de
la Couronne Pologne,"
Amsterdam, 19.125 x
23.75 inches. From
1720 Guillaume Delisle: "La Pologne," 76.7 x
53.2 cm, in the third state, based on the address
in the cartouche. Compare map details and
cartouche to versions published 1703, 1707,
1708. From Old Times Rare Books: cesgia on eBay
c. 1720 Johann Baptiste Homann (geographer/cartographer): "Dvcatvvm LIVONIÆ et Cvrlandiӕ, cum vicinis Insulis Nova Exhibitio Geographica. Editore IOH Homanno,
Norimburgӕ," Amsterdam, 22.5 x 19 inches, in ten versions with a cartouche pre-dating his "Cum Privilegio S.C.M." -- see the 1730 versions with it.
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c. 1720 Herman Moll: "POLAND," London. See
the 1701 version.
1720 John Senex:
..., " 26 1/2 x 40 inches
/600 x 1000 mm, four
sheets glued together.
From Altea Maps
1720 Matthaus Seutter: "POLONIÆ REGNUM UT ET
MAGNI DUCATUS LITHUANIÆ" Augsburg, 58 x 50
cm first state engraving (the second, 1728 state
added letters to the border scales). From Antiquariat
Regiomontanus on eBay
1720 Gerard Valk: "Tabula DUCATUM LIVONIÆ et
CURLANDIÆ," Amsterdam, 19.5 x 23.375 inches, in
1720 Christoph Weigel:
"Poloniae & Lithvania..."
Nürnberg, from "“Atlas
From antiqua.trinacria on
1720 Christoph Weigel: "Regnum Poloniæ
ejusque confinis..." Nürnberg, 5.5 x 6.8
inches. / 14.0 x 17.3 cm, from his Atlas
Portatilis." From www.swaen.com
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1716 Gabriel Bodenehr the Elder (publisher of
Stridbeck's 1700 plate): "Compendiosa Poloniæ
Repræsentatio Polen..," Augsburg, 20 x 32 cm. From his
"Atlas Curieux..." See the 1757 Kilian version.
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c. 1720-40 Willem Blaue (original publisher) - Frederick de Wit (revsing publisher) - I.
Covens et C. Mortier (final publisher): "Magni Ducatus Lithuaniæ Tabula, Divisa tam in
Palatinatus, quam in subjacentes Castellanias," Amsterdam, 17.4 x 20.5 inches / 44.5 x
52.5 cm, from their "Composite Atlas," published 1720-41. The plate with compass North
on the right started with Merian's 1638 version, and revised by Blaeu in 1648. A fire at
Blaeu in 1672 led to the auction of plates, purchased by de Wit in 1673-74. Meanwhile
Blaeu sold their version from inventory until a final auction in 1695. Pieter Mortier
bought the plate from de Wit in 1710, and a version with his company's name beneath the
cartouche was published beginning in 1720.
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|Christoph Weigel (engraver/publisher): "Poloniӕ &
Lithvania accurante curatius," Nuremberg, 11.4 x 13.9
inches / 29.0 x 35.3 cm.
c. 1720 Sanson (original mapmaker, in
1655) - Nicolaes Visscher (late publisher) -
Petrus Schenk (current 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, in a
6th version of the plate. From the Royal
Danish Library: www.kb.dk
1718 Christoph Weigel
(mapmaker) - Johann
(publisher): "Livoniæ et
Nürnberg, 33.2 x 39.6
cm /13.1 x 15.6 inches,
from "Bequemer Schul-
und Reisen-Atlas." See
the versions from 1722
and 1725. From
Götzfried Antique Maps: