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"Australia's birth certificate" : Joan Blaeu's Archipelagi Orientalis Sive Asiaticus (1663), the earliest known map of Australia and New Zealand. Follows Tasman's voyages of 1642-43 and 1644, on which Australia's mapping of was based until James Cook mapped the eastern coast
Map of New Holland (Australia), New Guinea, and New Zealand from 1644, based on a map by the Dutch cartographer Joan Blaeu of the lands then recently explored by the Dutch East India Company.
Fragment of map of Chittagong (Bengal)
Battles and campaigns waged by the Spanish, Dutch East India Company, and Tausug in the Sulu Islands and Mindanao in the Philippines, 1636-1748.
1628 WorldMap by Vaughan in the first detailed account of the "famous voyage" of Sir Francis Drake, captioned "A New and accurate Mappe of the World, drawne according to the best and latest discoveries that have beene made"
1772 Vaugondy and Diderot Map of the Pacific Northwest and the Northwest Passage
Schouten and Blaeu Untitled Map - Double Hemisphere Map with Portraits of Magellan, Schoten, Drake, Von Noort, Cavendish, and Speilbergen c. 1618
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