1700. Shows Amstelveen. Period: 18th century. Collector's note: Extensive text in Dutch. [publisher not identified].
1716. Thornton, John, 1641-1708 and Seller, John, active 1658-1698. Nautical chart. Imprint derived from published bibliography. Oriented with north to the left. Appears in the author's ed. of the English Pilot, the... for R. & W. Mount & T. Page.
1700. Conder, Thomas, 1746 or 1747-1831 and Millar, George Henry. Conder sculp. ; Engraved for Millar's New Complete & Universal System of Geography. Coordinates approximate. Relief shown pictorially. Shows va... [Publisher not identified].
1716. Moll, Herman, -1732. by H. Moll, geographer. Scale one inch equals ca. 1:180,000. Inset: A map of ye situation of the British factory at Sherbro &c. Published in va... Herman Moll.
1709. Moll, Herman, -1732. Map shows countries in West Africa and North Africa, including off-shore islands, rivers and mountains. Countries indicated are Guinea, Nigeria, Go... [Publisher not identified].
6. A new and correct mapp of the world, according to Mr. Edward Wright commonly called Mercator's projection [cartographic material] : with a view of the winds and variation
1700. Thornton, Samuel and Wright, Edward, 1558?-1615. Map of the world depicting trade winds. California shown as a labeled island with an indented northern coast and many placenames. Relief shown pict... Samuel Thornton.
1701. Wells, Edward, 1667-1727 and Spofforth, Reginald, 1770-1827. Map shows Africa and islands in the Atlantic and Indian Oceans. The mythical second island of St Helena is included. Bar scale on map given in "Eng... [Publisher not identified].
8. A new map of Great Tartary, and China with adjoyning parts of Asia, taken from Mr. de Fer's map of Asia
1700. Wells, Edward, 1667-1727, Nicholls, Sutton, and Fer, Nicolas de, 1646-1720. Sutton Nicholls sculp. Relief shown pictorially. North oriented toward upper left of sheet. Index. Decorative cartouche, British shield, compass ro... publisher not identified.
9. A New Map of Libya or old Africk shewing its general Diviſions, moſt remarkable countries or people, cities, townes, rivers, mountains &c
1700. Wells, Edward, 1667-1727. Colored Southern part of Africa has been left blank, stating, "Unknown to the Antients." Dedicated to William Duke of Gloucester. Dr. Oscar...
10. A new map of the terraqueous globe according to the ancient discoveries and most general divisions of it into continents and oceans
1700. Wells, Edward, 1667-1727 and Burghers, M. Delin. M. Burghers sculp. Univ. Oxon. California shown as an unlabeled island with an indented northern coast. Two types of coastline hatching are ... Oxford University.