Maps: 1764 - 1770
1764 Thomas Jeffreys (engraver) - Thomas Salmon (historian): "Poland Lithuania and Prussia," 9.5 x 7.5 inches.
1764 was the 9th, London, edition of "A New geographical and historical grammar..."  and so, with three different
cartouche types represented in this group, the date attributions from these sources can't all be correct. I'm inclined
to say that only the first and fourth maps are from 1764.
c. 1765 Thomas Kitchin:
"POLAND LITHUANIA
and PRUSSIA..," London,
9 x 7.5 inches.
From
www.raremaps.com
1766 [dated] Louis Brion de la Tour (engineer/geographer to the King) - Louis Charles Desnos (geographer/publisher):
"Etats de Pologne et de Lithuanie...avec Roiaume de Prusse, et le duché de Curlande," Paris, in versions with
elaborate engraved "frames" published in Desnos "Atlas général." Compare with the 1765 dated first edition version,
above.
1766 Louis Brion de la
Tour: "Carte...de la
Pologne..."
From wikipedia
1766 Thomas Jeffreys -
Thomas Salmon: "Poland
Lithuania..," Dublin, 12th
edition: "A New geograph-
ical and historical gram-
mar..."
From archive.org
1766 Thomas
Kitchin: "A MAP of
the Eastern Part of
POLAND." See the
1739 version.
From
The London Magazine
1767 Claude Buffier:
"POLONIA, Secondo le
Osservizioni dell
'Academia di Parigi."
1767 Thomas Jeffreys -
Thomas Salmon: "Poland
Lithuania..," Edinburgh,
from a "New Edition" of  
"A New geographical and
historical grammar..."
 
www.cartographicarts.com
1767 [dated, but colored to show losses due to the First,
1772 Partition] G.
Robert de Vaugondy (mapmaker) -
Charles
Francois Delamarche  (publisher): "LE
ROYAUME DE POLOGNE," Paris, 19.625 x 24.75 inches,
in two versions from "Atlas Universel."
1768 Claude Buffier: "LA
POLOGNE, Suvivant les
degres de l' Academie des
Sciences de Paris, faure
Sculp." 5 1/2 x 6 3/4
inches / 135 x 170 mm.
1768 Emanuel Bowen: “Nieuwe
Kaart van Poolen, Prussen en Litth-
auwen,” 7.6 x 8.5 inches, Antwerp.
Dutch version of Bowen's map, from
Meijer's "Complete Atlas or Distinct
View of the Known World."
AK-03
1769 Thomas Jeffreys -
Thomas Salmon

(historian)
: "Poland
Lithuania and Prussia,"
London, from the 11th
edition of "A New
Geographical and
historical grammar..."
1769 Louis Brion de la
Tour: "ETATS DE
POLOGNE ET DE
LITHUANIE." Paris, 23.5
x 26.5 cm.
From
www.putmap.com
1764  Gilles Robert de Vaugondy: "POLOGNE," 6.5 x 6 inches, in three versions from
"...la Geographie," which used maps from de Vaugondy's octavo "Atlas Portatif." The
"modern color" on the third map was misapplied: "Palat de Bressicie" is colored as not
being part of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, when, in fact, it was a member from
1566 to 1795.
1764 Claude Buffier:
"LA POLOGNE Suvivant
..," Paris, 5.5 x 7 inches,
from his Geographie
Universelle.
From
www.beachmaps.com
1765 [dated] Louis Brion de la Tour
(geographer)
- Louis Charles Desnos
(publisher)
: "Etats de Pologne et de  
Lithuanie..," Paris, 26 x 23.5 cm, 1st
edition, without the frame in later
editions, published as an insert.
1769-70 Maurille-Antoine Moithey (geographer/publisher) -  L. Crepy (engraver): "La
Pologne..,"  Paris, 27 x 19 inches.
1770 Jacque Nicolas
Bellin: "CARTE DU ROY-
AUME DE POLOGNE et
ses Frontieres," Paris,
45.5 x 51.5 cm.
From
Bibliotheque nationale de
France: www.gallica.bnf.fr
c. 1770  Rigobert Bonne:
"ROYAUME DE POLOGNE," Paris,
35 x 24 cm.
 From gkgrec on eBy
1770 [dated 1750] Gilles Robert de Vaugondy:
"POLOGNE," Paris, 16 x 15 cm, from "Methode Abregee
et Facile Pour Apprendre La Geographie," published by
A Paris Chez les Libraires in two versions.
1770 Thomas Kitchin: "Poland, Lithuania and Prussia,"
London, 8 x 7 inches.
1770 "DUCATUUM CURLANDIÆ et SEMI-
GALLIÆ," with two
DETAIL images, The
National Library of Latvia: http://data.lnb.lv/
nba05/kartes/frame_anglu.htm
1770-72 Theodor Philipp von Pfau (publisher) -  
Christian Benjamin Glassbach
(engraver): "Tabula
Poloniӕ et Lituaniӕ Geographica minor," Berlin, 47
x 52 cm, at
1:525 000. This is the opening map with
labeled keys for a suite of 24 maps, published as, in a
full-page cartouche: "Regni Poloniӕ, Magni Ducatus
Lituaniӕ Nova Mappa Geographica."
1770 Jacob Friedrich Schmidt: ("Revelskaya Guberniya...") Provincia Revaliensis sive Estlandia quatuor
Dioecesibus contenta com Finitimis Insulis Dago..."
Map prepared in Latin as well as in Russian Cyrillic. From
http://dspace.utlib.ee/dspace/handle/10062/8557
 
1770 Johann Georg Schreiber: "Hertzog-
thümer Curland und Liefland ..."
(Duchy
of Kurland and Livonia)
Leipzig, from an
atlas for use in school studies of world
geography and for travel: "Atlas Selectus
von allen Konigreichen and landern der
Welt zum bequemen Gebrauch in Schulen,
auf Reisen und beij dem Lesen der
Zeitungen.” The atlas was issued by
Johann George and Johann Christof
Schreiber German engravers/
cartographers/publishers, father and son,
first in 1735, and reissued in 1749 and
1770.  
From The National Library of Latvia via
EuropeanLibrary.org
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VII
III
VIII
1770 Jan Jakub Kanter:
"Tabula Poloniae et
Lituaniæ," Königsberg.

From pl.wiki
c. 1770 Nicolas Visscher: "Carte du Teatre de la
Guerre dans la POLOGNE, MOSCOVIE, et
TURQUIE..."
( Map of Theatre of War...),
Amsterdam, careated in the midst of the
Russo-Turkish War of 1768-74, which ultimately
resulted in a Russian victory, and Southern
Ukraine, Crimea and part of the North Caucasus
within the Russian Empire. Also a
DETAIL image
of "LITHUANIAE MAGNUS DUCATUS" and
surrounding territories.
From the National Library of
Russia: http://leb.nlr.ru/collections
1770 John (Ivan) Trusscott: "Новая карта
острова Езеля"  
(A new map of the island
Ezelya)
, today's Saaremaa, the largest
island off the western coast of Estonia, in
two images. Published by the Russian
Academy of Sciences, the map's name for
the island comes from the German "Ösel."
From dspace at the University of Tartu
c. 1765-1772 Tobias Mayer: "Map of the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Dutchy of
Lithuania..," London, 45.5 x 53.5 cm, in versions from one claimed by the source to be
from a Bowles atlas, the second and third with an imprint below the frameline saying
they were published by John and Carington Bowles. Only the third map is colored to
show Lithuanian lands lost in the 1772 Partition.
1770 [dated] Bartolomeo de Folino (publisher) - Michael Gröll (engraver): "Carte
générale et nouvelle de la Pologne toutte du Grand Duché de Lithuanie," Warsaw,
85.5 x 100 cm as a dissected folding map on linen. Re-issued by Folino in 1772, and
then by F.A. Schrämbl in 1788 and 1801.
All images from www.polona.pl
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1768 Philippe (editor/
historian)
- E. J. Vallet  
(engraver): "Carte nou-
velle de la Pologne," Paris.
From The Wroblewski Library
of the Lithuanian Academy of
Sciences: elibrary.mab.lt/
1768 Andrew Bell: "Poland,
Lithuania and Prussia,"
Northumberland.
From
www.ldfondas.lt/en/collection/
poland_lithuania_prussia.html
Matthaus Seutter (original publisher) - Tobias Conrad Lotter (engraver) - Johann Martin
Will
(new publisher): "Poloniæ Regnum ut et Magni Ducat. Lithuaniæ.," Augsburg.
Dated 1769
www.gallica.bnf.fr
1770 John (Ivan) Trusscott: "Nova
Descriptio Insulae Oseliæ ad Observationes
Astronomicas et Mensuras Geometricas a
Grischovia..." (New description of he
current island of Saaremaa and a small
part of the southern area of ​​Hijumaa and
the west coast of Estonia), in another
version of Truscaott's map.
From Biblioteca
Virtual del Patrimonio Bibliográfico: http://bvpb.
mcu.es/es/consulta/registro.cmd?id=441353 via
europeana.eu
c. 1770 Tobias  Conrad
Lotter: "Magnus Ducatus
Lithuania..." 58 x49 cm.
From www.vobam.se
Pierre Bourgoin (engraver/publisher): "Royaume de Pologne, Gd. Duché de Lithuanie et Royaume de Prusse, a" Paris," 49 x 37 cm, from his "Atlas Elementaire de la Geographie
conentant les quatre parties du Monde...," first published 1765. The first and third 1765 map cartouches have Bourgoin's name and the street address he occupied since 1741.
The second 1765 map cartouche has neither Bourgoin's name nor his address, which appears to have been removed -- a fraudulent copy? The two 1766 claimed versions have the
full Paris address, which was changed in a 1784 edition of the atlas.
Type A cartouche
Type C cartouche
www.raremaps.com
Type D cartouche
paulmapped on eBay
Type A cartouche
www.leejacksonmaps.com
Type D cartouche
Type C cartouche
Type B cartouche
1764 Thomas
Kitchin: "A Map of
the Eastern Part of
Poland," London, 7
x 9" from the London
Magazine.
From
www.ritzlin.com
Dated 1770
www.raremaps.com
1768 Jean-Baptiste Chappe
d'Auteroche: "Suite de la Route de
Paris a Tobolka par Rotnica,
Riga..," from his "Voyage en
Sibérie”  to track the 1761 transit
of Venus.
From www.antique-maps.lt
www.beachmaps.com
www.beachmaps.com
artlusatica on eBay
www.polona.pl
US Library of Congress:  
www.loc.gov
US Library of Congress:  
www.loc.gov
cesgia on eBay
www.karty.by
theprintscollector on eBay
Harvard Map Library
https://ids.lib.harvard.edu
www.miklianmaps.com
bertius on eBay
www.mapywig.org
1766
maklize on eBay
1766
www.alteagallery.com
1770 Johann
Friedrich Hähn:
"Pohlen," Berlin.
From  odetowhitman
on eBay
Twenty-four full-page
dissected and linen-backed
maps from the same edition
of this set. what would have
been the first map of 25 is
Baltic Sea, only.
From
www.mapywig.org/
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XXI
XI
XVI
V
X
XII
XIII
XIV
XV
XVII
XVIII
XIX
XX
XXII
XXIII
XXIV
XXV
1769 [dated] Rémi-Claude Coulubrier (engraver) -
Louis Mondhare
(publisher): "Carte Du Théatre de la
Guerre...La Pologne..," Paris, 53 x 73 cm, depicting
the Russo- Turkish War (1768-74).
www.polona.pl
www.sda.pl
www.librairie-lebail.fr
1769 [dated] Maurille-Antoine Moithey (engineer/geographer/publisher) - Etienne
André Philippe de Pretot (Mr Philippe )
(historian) - Jean Emmanuel Jérôme Vallet
(engraver): "Carte nouvelle de la Pologne," Paris, 42 x 28.5 cm, from de Pretot's
"Cosmographie universelle, physique, astronomique."
1765
www.raremaps.com
1765
www.antique-maps.lt
l'Université Bordeaux
Montaigne: http://1886.u-
bordeaux-montaigne.fr
1765
www.polona.pl
www.polona.pl
c. 1770 Matthaus Seutter (original
publisher)
- Johann Michael Probst
(publisher): "Poloniæ Regnum ut et Magni
Ducatus Lithuaniæ," Augsburg, 49.5 x 57
cm, in the Fifth State, with Probst's
attribution in the Baltic Sea: he bought
half of Seutters plates in 1762.  
From
www.polona.pl
1769 [dated] Crépy Family
(engravers/publishers): “Le
Royaume de Pologne..,"
Paris.
From www.polona.pl
www.antiquariat-
norbert-haas.de
Beinecke Library at
www.yale.edu
www.bergbook.com
Post 1764 T.C. Lotter (engraver, new publisher) - Matthaus Seutter: "Poloniæ Regnum ut et Magni Ducat. Lithuaniæ Accuratiss..," Augsburg, 7.5 x 10 inches, with Lotter replacing Seutter as publisher, under the center frameline, and the
coat of arms of Stanislaw Poniatowski, Lithuania's Grand Duke from 1763-95, replacing that of Augustus III.
ruggis on eBay
www.raremaps.com
Biblioteca Virtual del Patrimonio
Bibliográfico: www.bvpb.mcu.es
www.antique-maps.lt
Vilnius Univ. Library:
www.kolekcijos.biblioteka.vu.lt
1770
Wroblewski Library of the Lithuanian
Academy of Sciences: elibrary.mab.lt/
1772
andrzey.florczyk@t-online.de
www.swaen.com
www.lpmaps.lt
1770 (claimed)  Christoph Weigel  
(engraver/pubisher): ""Regnum Poloniæ
ejusque confinia," Nuremberg, 7 x 5.5
inches, in the Fourth State: missing the
compass rose, and altered longitudinal
numbers in the frame. The map was first
published by Weigel in 1717. The source
claims this is from "Atlas Portatif," but I
can find no such atlas with a map of
Poland by Weigel.
From www.swaen.com
antiquepapercompany on
eBay
www.raremaps.com
c. 1765
www.swaen.com
Dated 1770
www.brbl-dl.library.yale.edu
La Feuille (original
engraver)
- Francesco
Sesone
(re-lengraver) -
Gessari
(publisher):
"REGNO DI POLONIA
E SUOI CONFINI,"
Naples, 13.7 x 17 cm,
in both the 1764 1st
and 1770 2nd State of
the 8th version of the
plate from "Gli
Elementi Della Storia"
authored by Pierre le
Lorrain de Vallemont.
1764 www.kolekcijos.biblioteka.vu.lt/
1770 www.raremaps.com
www.lpmaps.lt
www.invaluable.com
1764 Louis Denis (geographer/engraver): "Lithuanie,"
Paris, 7.0 x 9.8 cm., from the pocket  "Atlas
géographique renfermant les etablissemens des
Jesuites..," depicting Jesuit locations.
1764 J.M. Franz (carto-
grapher)
- Homann Heirs:
"Polen und Preussen,"
Nürnberg, from "Allge-
meine Abbildung..."

www.antique-maps.lt