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Dutch map from 1690 of what the earth might look like without water.
1685 reprint of a 1656 map of the Dutch North American colonies showing extent of Dutch claims
The 17 Netherlands, depicted as Leo Belgicus (the Belgian Lion or Dutch Lion) - early 17th century
Map of the town of Dokkum, the Netherlands 1698
A classic Dutch map covering all of South-east Asia, 1649
Map of Holland from 1682
Celestial map from the 17th century, by the Dutch cartographer Frederik de Wit
Dutch map of the Scandinavian Peninsula (17th century)
Haarlem, Netherlands. 1616
A Map of Amsterdam in the 17th century
New York, or Nieuw Amsterdam, the City of the Dutch West India Co. in Nieuw Nederlandt, as Dirck Storm first knew it in 1662
Map of Batavia, Dutch East Indies 1679 by Van Meurs
1661 map of Dutch Guiana - by William Blaeuw
1639 Nautical Chart of the Dutch settlement of Zwaanendael ("Swanendael") and Godyn's Bay (now Delaware Bay) in New Netherland
The East Indian Islands (map from the Mercator-Hondius Atlas, Amsterdam, 1606, colored copperplate engraving)
1660 Noua et accurata totius Americae tabula. Published by Dutch cartographer, Frederick de Wit
1685 hemisphere map of the World by Dutch publisher Joachim Bormeester.
Map of the siege of Breda in 1637 by Frederick Henry (1649)
New Amsterdam in 1639
Birth places of Dutch sailors from 1630-1800
New Amsterdam (New York City) c. 1660
Map of India Orientalis Nova from 1686.Early map of the southeast Asia extending from India to Australia, with the Dutch discoveries made on the western side of Cape York Peninsula.
The first sketches of Mars, drawn by the Dutch scientist Christiaan Huygens in 1659, compared with modern photos of the planet highlighting the same features
World map, 1689. Published in Amsterdam, Dutch Republic, by cartographer Gerard van Schagen (also known as Gerard Lucasz).
Hapsburg Monarchy (Later Austrian Empire) Territorial Changes 1648-1795 (Excluding Italian Possessions and the Austrian Netherlands)
Year 1660, New Amsterdam
1631 map of England, Scotland and Ireland by Dutch catrographer Willem Janszoon Blaeu. Full title: Magnae Britanniae et Hiberniae Tabula.
The Southern Pole, Showing An Outline of Antarctica, New Zealand, Van Diemen's Land, and New Holland (1666)
1635 Map of Africa, it’s Major Cities and Indigenous Groups, by Dutch Cartographer Willem Janszoon Blaeu.
A 17th century map of the Medieval walled city of Coevorden, The Netherlands
Visscher's "Twelve Caesars Map," featuring Roman emperors, costumed figures, and city views (Amsterdam, 1652)
Orbis Terrarum Tabula Recens Emendata et in Lucen Edita. Nicolas Visscher circa 1686
New Amsterdam - Manhattan in 1660
Map of New Netherland, 17th Century
1665 Map of Luanda by the Dutch Cartographer Johannes Vingboons
Leo Belgicus 1650 - this is the form of a lion that is superimposed onto the 17 United Provinces of the Netherlands
How the Dutch drew Australia when first discovered in 1644.
1695 Eretz Israel map in Amsterdam Haggada by Abraham Bar-Jacob
Leeuwarden, the Netherlands 1603
Map of the United Provinces of the Netherlands, 1664
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.
New Amsterdam on the tip of Manhattan 1660.
1650 Map of New Netherland,
1660 Map of Manhattan
Dutch world map circa 1675
1688 Map of The Kingdom of Portugal and Algarve, Heightened in Gold by the Dutch Map Maker Nicholaus Visscher.
1630 Map of Eastern Europe and Russia, by the Dutch Map Maker Willem Janszoon Blaeu.
The First Sea Chart of the New Netherlands, 1656, Arnold Colom
Map of Holland, 1648, portrayed as a lion.
1646 Map of Haarlem, NL
Duchy of Limburg - Joan Blaeu's map - 1648
1645 map of Moscow, Russia and surrounding regions. By the Dutch cartographers Willem and Joan Blaeu.
1635 Map of Africa by the Dutch William Blaeu.
A map of Amsterdam from the 17th century. With plans for expansion.
A map of New York when woorden shoes were in fashion.. (Map of 'New Amsterdam' anno 1660)
Map Of New England by Willem Janszoon Blaeu, Amsterdam, Circa 1638
1688 Map of The Kingdom of Portugal and Algarve, Heightened in Gold by the Dutch Map Maker Nicholaus Visscher.
1619 Map of Ambon Island and Fort Victoria in the Dutch East Indies
Beautiful map of colony New Amsterdam on Manhattan based on situation 1662. With canals, parks, windmills and a fortress.
New Netherlands circa 1658
1660 Decorative map of the Indian Ocean, orientated with the north to the left by the Dutch Carthographer Pieter Goos.
Dutch Map of the Islet and Bay of San Juan, Puerto Rico - Published in 1644
Dutch Colony Batavia on Java 1669 (present Jakarta) by Arnoldus Montanus.
Map of Holland, 1648, portrayed as a lion, Claes Janzsoon Visscher
Portuguese, Dutch and English Colonies in the East c. 1650
Dutch Trade Routes around 1650
Taiwan in the 17th century, showing Dutch (magenta) and Spanish (green) possessions, and the Kingdom of Middag (orange)
Capt Dampier's new voyage to New Holland &c in 1699 - Project Gutenberg eText 15675
Battles and campaigns waged by the Spanish, Dutch East India Company, and Tausug in the Sulu Islands and Mindanao in the Philippines, 1636-1748.
Some appreciation for old maps: Nieuw-Amsterdam (New York) 1660
Map of Westcoast of Australia drawn in the 1620's by Hessel Gerritsz based on Dutch expeditions.
Map of New Netherland including a part of Nova Francia and Virginia, A.C. Block, 1614
Map of Amsterdam - Amstelodami Celeberrimi Hollandiae Emporii Delineatio Nova (J.Blaeu, 1649)
1619 Map of Ambon Island and Fort Fort Victoria in the Dutch East Indies
1635 Map of East Africa. Made By The Dutch Willem Jansz Blaeu.
1756 Bellin Map of Kollam Fort, Kerala, India - Geographicus - Coylan-bellin-1756
Antwerp, the march and the most important buildings in 1624
Wybrand hendriks proveniershuis 1800
1700 Map of Syria, Armenia and Caspian Sea
Linschotens nordenkart, 1601 (12067624705)
Traiectum - Wttecht - Utrecht (Atlas van Loon)
Found this at a market during king’s day in the Netherlands. A map of the achterhoek (eastern region in netherlands) in the 17th century, the 2 big towns in the middle are called groenlo and lichtenvoorde today but if you look at google maps it seems the map was drawn at an angle
well known 17th century map of New Netherlands. Anyone able figure out which body of water "Lacus Irocoisi" is?
Fort Kochi City Map 1672
Map of the Turkish Empire, from the Mercator Atlas Published by Jodocus Hondius Amsterdam, 1606
Romeyn de Hooghe - De Waag Haarlem UBL01 P328N102
Romeyn de Hooghe - Doelen Gasthuisstraat Haarlem UBL01 P328N094
Romeyn de Hooghe - Prinsenhof Haarlem UBL01 P328N104
1601 Map of Nova Zembla (Novaya Zemlya) and the Northeast Passage - Geographicus - NovaZembla-debry-1601
The Spainish Netherlands 1690 detail Namur
Franeker 1649 Blaeu
Haga Comitis - Den Haag (Atlas van Loon)
1660 Dutch East Indies
Groningen (afbeeldinge der stadt Groningen met omliggende fortressen) - Haubois, 1652
Siege of Breda in 1637 by Frederick Henry - Breda Obsessa et Expvgnata (J.Blaeu)
1664 harlingen
Heemskerk op Blaeu 1645
1606 Mercator Map of Holland ( Netherlands ) - Geographicus - Hollandt-mercator-1606
Map showing Schouten and Le Maire’s route across the Pacific Ocean from Cape Horn on the Eendracht. (Amsterdam, 1619)
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