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Paris: Boudet, 1752. Map. Engraving with hand outline color, uncolored cartouche. Image measures 17 x 19". This very detailed map depicts Poland as part of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and includes Lithuania, Ukraine, and East Prussia. All regions are labeled with cities, rivers, lakes, and forests. At the upper left is an elaborate title cartouche featuring the Polish cost of arms and a copy of the "Pacta conventa," a contractual agreement between the nobility of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and a newly-elected...
Amsterdam: Nicolaas Visser, 1690. Map. Engraving with original outline color. Image measures 20.5" x 24.5" Restoration verso. This impressive and unusual map of Poland in the late 17th century depicts the Polish Empire including modern day Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Belarus and Ukraine. Shows political and administrative boundaries and many topographical features. Nicolaes Visscher II, was a Dutch cartographer, publisher and engraver active from the late 17th century to the early 18th century. This is a nice example of his work.