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British map with the proposed divisions of France after the revolution (1793)
Map of France as a Ship (1796)
Plan of Versailles, France (1763)
Principal Triangulation of France. Cassini, 1744
1716 Homann Map of Ireland
1710 Nansenbushu Bankoku Shoka No Zu (Outline Map of All Countries of the Universe). This is the first Japanese printed map to depict the world, including Europe and America, from a Buddhist cosmographical perspective
Map of Western Europe in 1713 (produced in 1905)
Happy Bastille Day! (Map of France as a ship, alongside an article about the revolution, published 1795)
1796 Map of Europe
1756 map of Iceland
1758 map of Bohemia (now Czechia or Czech Republic)
1767 map of Iceland and adjacent oceans
1731 French Map of Europe
1741 map of France
1785 map of the Tremiti Islands (Italy) - by Joan Blaeu
Map of Italy from 1706, issued by Daniel de La Feuille. It is surrounded by maps of Italian Cities
1794 wall map of the Kingdom of Ireland by Jean Rocque
1720 map by Christopher Weigel depicting Armenia at its greatest extant during the Roman Period
(Map in) Helmsman/Navigator's log of the Concordia, going from Ostend (Belgium) to Canton (China) 1727
Christmas Flood of 1717 Map. This was a northwesterly storm, which hit the coast area of the Netherlands, Germany and Scandinavia on Christmas night. 14,000 people drowned
1705 map of Latvia and Estonia .
1747 map of Greenland, Iceland and the Faroe Islands
Map of the Partitions of Poland (1799)
A 1793 reproduction of the Zeno Map, a hoax in an attempt to perpetuate a claim that Venitians discovered the New World before the Genoan mariner Christopher Columbus (note the phantom islands off the coast of Iceland)
Map of Imperii Russici et Tartariae Universae, tam majoru et Asiatica, quam minoris et Europae Tabula. from 1746.Detailed map of Russia in Asia and Europe. Extends to China, Japan, Korea and south to Tibet and the Himalayas.
An Accurate Map Of The Morea Together With The Neighbouring Countries in Greece from 1744.
1730 Canada de l'Isle = Carte du Canada ou de la Nouvelle France = Map of Canada or New France
1789 Map of Europe by Jean-Claude Dezauche x-post /r/HI_Res
New Map of Germany, Holland and Switzerland by L.E. Langen 1787
1712 map of Germany, Austria, Hungary, Transylvania and Switzerland - by Herman Moll
Hungary with Turky in Europe. A map by T. Jefferys, 1785
Administrative map of France in 1792 after the annexation of Savoy
"A Map of the Kingdom of Ireland" – 1732 (More in comments)
Restored 1741 linguistic map of Europe
A Chart of the Great Western Ocean with the Coast of Europe, Africa and America, 1728
1785 Map of the Kingdom of Ireland divided into its several provinces
Hi-res map of Iceland from 1800 AD: the "Murdoch projection".
1772 map of North America and Greenland, with adjacent parts of Europe and Asia. This map was drawn by Vaugondy to illustrate the mythical voyage of Captain Cluny
Poland-Lithuania, 1793 (i.e. between the second and third, final, partition)
1741 map of France
Europe 1740
1788 Map of Jönköping, Sweden
Postal routes in France, 1716
Caricature map of England, Wales and northwestern France from 1793
1752 Map of Portugal
Bilbao in 1764, the largest city in the Basque Country and the main port of northern Spain
1777 Taylor and Skinner Roads of Ireland Dublin - Naas
New France, 1750
Map of Italy in 1796
Europe 1765
1716 Homann Map of Burgundy, France
A New and Accurate Map of the East Indies Exhibiting the Course of the European Trade both on the Continent and Islands from 1744.
Europe 1795
Europe 1791
Map of Europe from 1769.
Hapsburg Monarchy (Later Austrian Empire) Territorial Changes 1648-1795 (Excluding Italian Possessions and the Austrian Netherlands)
Detailed map of Greece and the Balkans with an elaborate title cartouche at lower left, which includes a portrait of Mehmed IV from Turquie Europeenne 1750.
Italy in 1796 -
Europe (Detailed) - AD 1789
Expansion of France 1552-1798
Europe 1789 before French Revolution
Europe 1790
Languages of Great Britain and Ireland in 1800
British map with the proposed divisions of France after the revolution (1793)
Europe 1763
A SATIRICAL GEOPOLITICAL MAP OF EUROPE published by Presso Manfredi Manfredo Editore Via Venezia N. 1749 of Bologna, Italy // Based on the numerous events portrayed on the map such as the defeat of the Papal States in Italy, this map seems to be from 1871
European occupation of North America at the start of Queen Anne's War (1702)
Europe, Middle East and North Africa, mid 18th century
Map showing population of European countries 1789 on the eve of French Revolution
Adult literacy in Europe 1500-1800
Europe, the opening of the "Eastern Question" 1773
Propaganda map from 1793 with proposed division of France
Empires of Portugal and Spain (1790)
Map of present-day Ukraine in 960 AD, 1362, 1739, and 2014
Europe in 1795
Triangulation Network Used to Map France (1744)
Spain's claimed Nootka Territory between Alta California and the 61st parallel N, and west of the Continental Divide, 1789-1795.
Viceroyalty of New Spain 1763, all this territories were directly administered by Mexico City
Cental Europe, 1789
Beautiful 1756 French Map of the maritime coastlines of Europe -
Europe in first part of 18th century
Land ownership in Ireland 1641 and 1703
Map of Poland on 1 June 1920 - the most territory controlled by Poland since 1793
Poland's borders in 1772, 1793, 1795, and 1921 .
Europe 1791
Great Britain and Ireland, by Homann, 1749
Europe according to me 1707-ish
A map of Europe, 1773 (?), on a paperweight. 1334x750
Nice looking early colonial map by France of America and Canada from 1719.
The Partitions of Poland 1772-1795
"Europe divided into its kingdoms, etc." by John Spilsbury, 1766. The first jigsaw puzzle in the world was a map, used for teaching geography.
Contemporary map of 1764 solar eclipse over Europe
"The Large Regions of the Mississippi; or, the Louisiana Provinces" (c. 1705-14), from the personal atlas of Frederik V of Denmark (1723-1766)
Territories controlled by European states in Northern America, 1750.
English pamphlet with maps of the Caribbean and main Spanish cities in the region, published in 1740 to build public support for the ongoing war against Spain
Europe 1721
Europe 1740 on the eve of War of Austrian Succession
1730 Homann Map of Scandinavia, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and the Baltics - Geographicus - Scandinavia-homann-1730
Europe 1706 according to me
Europe at the beginning of the 18th century
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