Printed map. Cartographer unknown. No scale given. This is the index map for RMC_9466. There are numbers 1-100 in the upper right corner of each division shown. There are numbers I-XXV in the centre of each group of 4 divisions. This map was originally published in 2 (or 4?) sheets which have been trimmed and fit together. On verso: a newspaper clipping titled “TREATY BETWEEN RUSSIA AND TURKEY"; a Robert Clifford bookplate. Acquired as part of the Lord Cholmondeley Collection.
Printed map. "Chez Dézauche Géographe". No scale given. There are differences in style indicating that more than one engraver was involved in preparing sections of the map. Map shows forests, fortifications, rivers, marshes, roads, and buildings. On verso: a Robert Clifford bookplate. Acquired as part of the Lord Cholmondeley Collection.
The map covers an area roughly from the border of Belgium in the northwest to the region of Hesse in the northeast and from the Lorraine region of France in the southwest to the region of Wurttemberg in the southeast. The current city of Mainz is approximately at the center of the map as is the Rhine River which figures prominently running from top to bottom. Acquired by McMaster University in 1969 as part of the Lord Cholmondeley collection. Location: McMaster University Library, Research Collections, RMC number 9275 (stored boxed).