Maps: 1701 - 1709
1702 [dated] Guillaume
Delisle: ""La Pologne
dressée sur ce qu'en ont
donné Starovolsk..,"
Paris, 24.5 x 19 inches in
the 1st State, due to the
National Library of
Poland via
1702 Daniel de La Feuille: "Le
Royaume de Pologne avec ses
confins," Amsterdam, 13 x 17 cm,
5th Plate, 2nd State, from "Atlas
From the National Library of
1702 Gabriel Bodenehr I (engraver) - Georg Kuhnen (publisher) -  Johann Ulrich Müller
: three consecutive pages, and their maps in detail, from "Neu-außgefertigter
(New little Atlas), Ulm. A Frankfurt edition, published by P. Andrea, came out the
same year.
From goedeke on eBay
Carel Allard (engraver/publisher): "Regni Poloniæ,
Magni Ducatus Lithuaniæ...," Amsterdam, 50 ×
58.50 cm / 19.7 x 23 inches, from his "Atlas Major,"
issued in multiple undated editions both by Carel and
later by his son Hugo.
1703 Nicolas de Fer: "Estats de la Couronne de Pologne," Paris, 5.5 x 6 inches, in four versions from the third edition of
Robbe's "Methode pour apprendre geographie." Compare with the 1689 first edition.
1703 [dated] Nicholas Sanson: "Estats de la  Couronne de POLOGNE...Duchés de
Lithuanie ..." Paris, 22.5 x 17 inches / 44 x 59 cm., in the 5th State of the plate, first
issued 1655, this version issued by Guillaume Sanson, with a barely erased "1679."
1705 [dated] Nicolas de Fer - C. Iselin (engraver): "Les Estats de la Couronne de  Pologne," Paris, 8 x 5 1/2 inches, from
the second edition of de Fer's "Petit et Nouveau Atlas." See the 1697 first edition version. Third and last edition: 1723.
1705 [dated] Petrus Schenk(en) (engraver/publisher): "Friderico Augusto, vere Augusto, Polon. Lithuan. Borus. Pomer., Regi. Duci. Principi., Saxon. Utr. Duci. S. Imp. Elect., Haec. Imperii. Sui. Regna." (Poland at the time of
Augustus II the Strong, King of Poland and Elector of Saxony)
, Amsterdam, 19 x 23 inches, in different versions, after Nicolas Sanson d'Abbeville, whose maps Schenk, and his partner Gerard Valk, were granted the right to copy
and publish in 1695.
1706 Pierre Duval: "Les
Royaumes du Nort,"
Paris, 15.75 x 21.875
Hmmm..does this
map look familiar? Check
out the 1705 de Fer,
illustrated just above.
1704 Robert Morden:
"POLAND," London, 4 x 5
inches, from his miniature
atlas "Geography
From eBay
1701 Herman Moll: "POLAND," London, as
an engraving for another publisher of a
miniature atlas. With a
DETAIL image of
the map.  
From cesgia on eBay
1707 Guillaume Delisle: "LA
POLOGNE," Paris, 19.75 x
26.625, in a second state,
based on the address in the
From  sduk on eBay  
1701 Herman Moll (engraver/cartographer/publisher): "THE
for yet another atlas. Also a
DETAIL image of the map, as well as
an image of the preceding page, where the commentary on Poland
From cesgia on eBay
1708 Charles Inselin
POLOGNE...," Paris, 67 x
47 cm, by this engraver
of numerous maps for de
Fer and Duval.
Bibliotheque nationale de
c. 1708 Daniel de La Feuille: "Le Royaume de Pologne avec ses Confins," Amsterdam, 13
x 17 cm, in the 2nd State of the 5th version of the Plate, from "Atlas Portatif ou le
nouveau Theatre de la Guerre en Europe."
1708-12 John Senex (engraver/mapmaker) - V.R. Duy (cartouche engraver) - John Maxwell (publisher): "POLAND Corrected from the Observations Communicated to the Royal Society at London and the Royal Academy at Paris. Is
humbly Dedicated to Sr. James Hallett Kt. Citizen of London..," London, 25.5 x 37.5 inches. This two-sheet copperplate map is one of the largest maps of Poland ever to appear in an atlas. The Beinecke Library version has a claimed
publication date of 1712. See the version published in a 1732 atlas published by George Willdey in London.
1706 Frederick de Wit -
Pierre Mortier
"Ducatuum Livoni et
Curlandiæ Nova Tabula,"
Amsterdam, 49 x 41 cm.
From the National Library of
1702-07 Johann Homann (engraver/cartographer): "Hanc Regni Poloniarvm Magniqve Dvcatvs Lithvaniæ..,"
Nürnberg, 61 x 52 cm. Dedicated to Augustus II The Strong, Elector of Saxony from 1697, elected King of Poland
and Grand Duke of Lithuania 1697–1706, and again from 1709 until his death in 1733.
1708 Guillaume Delisle: "La Pologne," Paris, 24.50 x 19 inches, in two versions of the third state: see
address in the cartouche. Compare with 1702 (first state) and 1707 (second state) versions.
1704 Philip Johan Jaquez:
"Map of Saaremaa and
western Estonia")
, Kures-
(Arensburg) on
(Ösel), based on
a map from 1650.  
From the
Estonian Historical Archives via
1705 Nicholas Sanson  (cartographer) - Anthoine de Winter (engraver) - François Halma (publisher, Dutch edition):  
"De Staten van de Kroon POOLEN," Amsterdam , 19 x 25.6 cm, in versions from the Dutch edition of A. Pherotee de la
Croix's "Nouvelle Methode Pour Apprendre facilement la Geographie Universelle," itself a translation of the 1697
German edition of "Geographia universalis..," which was a translation of the Lyon, 1690 French edition.
Dated 1665 "Partie de Lithuanie ou sont
les PALATINATS de Wilna et Troki,
subdivises en leurs Chastellenies, et Partie
du Palatinat de Minsk"
Dated 1666 "Partie de Lithuanie ou sont
les PALATINATS de Minsk et Mseislaw, et
les Seign. Terres de Rohaczow, Rzeczica,
Zernobel et partie des Dvches Novogrodek
sewierski et de Zernihow"
Dated 1665 "Partie de Lithuanie ou sont
MSEISLAW, Et partie de Minsk. Avec le
Dvche de Smolensko"
Dated 1665 "Partie de Lithuanie ou sont
LITAWSKI, subdivise en ses Chastellenies
Avec les Duches de Neswies, et Slusk, et
Partie du Palatinat de Minsk"
c. 1709 Guillaume Sanson (geographer/publisher) - Peyrounin (engraver) - Cloistre de S Nicolas du Louvre (publisher): "Partie de Lithuanie ou sont les Palatinats de..." Paris -- a series of
maps illustrating The Grand Duchy of Lithuania's administrative regions within an atlas titled "Cartes et Tables de la Geographie Ancienne et Nouvelle ou Methode pour s'Instruire Avec
facilite de la Geographie, et Connoistre des Empires, Monarchies, Royaumes, Estats, Republiques, et Peuples ... Par les Srs. Sanson, Geographes du Roy ... A Paris. Chez l'Autheur ... 1697."
(Maps and Tables of Geography Ancient and Modern or Methods for Easy Instruction of the Geography and Understanding of Empires, Monarchies, Kingdoms, States, Republics, and Peoples ...
By Srs. Sanson, Geographers to the King ... In Paris ... House of the Author ... 1697.)
The title page is dated 1697, but there are maps within the atlas dated 1709, and the maps of parts of
Lithuania are dated from 1665 to 1666 -- and maps from that time are on this site. Compare these maps with those published in those years.
All images from
1703 Nicholas Sanson (mapmaker) - Guillaume Sanson
(publisher): "La CURLANDE Duche et SEMIGALLE
autrefois de la LIVONIE. La SAMOGITE Duche en
LITUANIE," Paris, 21.5 x 16.5 inches. / 54.5 x 42.0 cm.,
in uncolored and colored versions from "Cartes et Tables
de la Geographie Ancienne et Nouvelle..."
1704 Gabriel Bodenehr the Elder (engraver/publisher):
"Der Nordischen Königreich - Süd-Ost Thiel:
Begreiffende Liefland, Ingermanland, und Finnland,
zum Thiel," Augsburg,  11.7 x 6.4 inches / 29.7 x 16.3
cm, from his "Atlas Curieux..."
1705 Nicolas de Fer: "Carte Des Estats De Suede, De Dannemarq, Et De Pologne sur la
Mer Baltique [right cartouche]; Estats des Couronnes de Dannemark, Suede, et Pologne
fur la Mer Baltique" [left cartouche], Paris, 17.3 x 27.7 inches / 44 x 70 cm, as two
joined sheets. Engraved by Hendrik Van Loon, first published 1700.
"LXXVI: Pohlen theilet sich"
"LXXVII: Litthauen theilet sich"
"LXXVIII: Die erste Abtheilung
von Pohlen"
1709 Herman Moll
According to Newest
Observations" by this
German who settled in
London in the 1670's.
From www.
1708 Alexis Hubert Jaillot (sculptor/geographer/publisher): "Estats de la Couronne de
Pologne Subdivisés Suivant l'estendue des Palatinats" Paris, 47 x 66 cm, in versions
of the fifth state of the plate, based on work  by Nicolas Sanson. Compare with  
Sanson's 1655 First State.
bertius on eBay
luschnoar on eBay
lindisfarne2 on eBay
ouestilibris on eBay
3rd state,
based on
National Library of France:
babi_de on eBay
Royal Danish Library:
Royal Danish Library:
c. 1706-10 Cornelis
: "Regni Poloniæ
et Ducatus Lithuaniæ..,"  
Amsterdam, 49 x 57
cm.See 1697 versions.
From Univ. Library of Bern,
1709 Herman Moll (engraver/cartographer /publisher):
"POLAND," London, the full page 8 x 12 1/2 inches, most likely
from his "The Compleat Geographer," an update to his 1701
first atlas: "A System of Geography." Moll's maps were
frequently copied and re-issued. His early influences were John
Senex and Emanuel Bowen.
Both from oldmapsoldbooks on eBay
c. 1701 Robert Morden: "Poland, by Robt. Morden,"
London, 16.5 x 12.5, left version from the Atlas
"Miniatur Mordens;" right version from Patrick
Gordon's "Geography Anatomized or the Geographical
1705 Kremlin Armory
(publisher) - Pieter Pickaerdt
: "Каролевства
Польскаго и Великаго
Княжества Литовскаго
(Map of Kingdom
of Poland and the Grand
Duchy of Lithuania)
, Moscow.
The cartouche was engraved
by A. Schoonebeeck. Based
on a map by Allard.
From  The
National Library of Russia: http:
bertius on eBay
Cartographic and Geological
Institute of Catalonia:
antiqua.trinacria on eBay
McMaster Univ. Library:
c. 1708 Alexis Hubert
Jaillot: "Estats de la
Couronne de Pologne
Subdivisés..," Paris, with
a cartouche changed
from the maps at left.
From the Royal Danish Library:
John Carter Brown Library:
1704 Gabriel Bodenehr
the Elder
(engraver /
): "Geograph-
ische Vorstellung derer
Königreiche Polen..,"
Augsburg, 8.2  x 6.11
inches, from his "Atlas
Looking for a dated 1703
map by Sanson titled: "La
Pologne. Dressee sur ce
qu'en ontdonne Starovolsk,
Beauplan, Hartnoch..,"? It
was published
1712 (?) Yale's Beinecke Library:
www.brbl- dl.library