Printed map. "Drawn by the Sieur Robert de Vaugondy, Geographer to the French king, and to the Duke of Lorrain and Bar, member of the Royal Academy of Sciences and Belles Letters at Nancy, with many additions & improvements by Thos. Kitchin Geographer". Three visual scales [80 mm = 240 British Statute Miles]. Insets: "Iceland". Along the bottom edge of the map there is a row of flags, some British naval flags, and some country flags (not all of which are European). There is a colour code at the right end of the row of flags. Acquired as part of the Lord Chomondely Collection.
Printed map. "London, Published the 24th Jany, 1795, by Robt. Wilkinson No. 58 Cornhill." "Tomkins script. Harrison sculpt." Two visual scales [108 mm = 300 British statute miles approximately]. Includes "Table exhibiting the extent, in latitude and longitude from London; the greatest length, breadth and superficial contents, in English miles; population, religion, and mode of government of the principal states in Europe: with the chief towns, their latitude, longitude, distance, and bearing from London." Acquired as part of the Cholmondely Collection.
Printed map. "Drawn from the best authorities by Eman: Bowen Geogr. to His Majesty." "Engrav'd for the General Magazine of Arts and Sciences for W. Owen at Temple Bar 1759." Prime meridian: London. Originally published in Benjamin Martin's The General Magazine of Arts and Sciences, 14 volumes (London: Printed for W. Owen, 1755-1765). Acquired as part of the Hodsoll Collection.
Printed map. "P. Schenk ex Amst: cum Privil." Elaborate cartouche. Map is originally from Atlas Contractus, sive mapparum geographicarum Sansoniarum auctarum et correctarum nova congeries, published 1700. Described in Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici, vol. III, pp. 119-121, [map 26].
Printed map. Visual scale [101 mm = 100 pieds Schule]. This is map number 6 of a set of maps of various canals in Central Europe. McMaster's set is comprised of Accession numbers 9208, 9209, 9210, 9211, 9212 and 9213. Figure 1 gives a side view of the canal and a lock. Figure 2 shows a top view. Figure 3 shows the canal from the end as a cross-section. Figures 1 and 2 show hills and elevation, but no place names. Acquired as part of the Cholmondely Collection.