User: OIFVet303 (reddit)
Number of maps: 13
Average score: 61
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A new and correct map of the world : laid down according to the newest observations & discoveries in several different projections. By George Willdey, 1702. (LOC)
A new map of the world, with all the new discoveries by Capt. Cook and other navigators: ornamented with the Solar System, the eclipses of the sun, moon & planets &c. ca. 1799 (LOC)
Mercator 1569 world map. 'New and more complete representation of the terrestrial globe properly adapted for use in navigation', by Gerardus Mercator
Battle-Map for the Battle of Gettysburg, a major turning point in the American Civil War, was fought July 1-3, 1863. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (LOC)
The oldest surviving Ptolemaic world map, redrawn according to his 1st projection by monks at Constantinople under Maximus Planudes around 1300
The first use of the Americas in a map 1507
Waldseemüller map from 1507 is the first map to include the name "America" and the first to depict the Americas as separate from Asia. There is only one surviving copy of the map, which was purchased by the Library of Congress in 2001 for $10 million. (Wikipedia)
Europe according to dutch cartographer Willem Blaeu. Look at the size of Greece, and the charming romping lions in 'Barbaria'. ca. 1600
A World War I map of Europe, in Braille. 1914-1918
World map, 1689. Published in Amsterdam, Dutch Republic, by cartographer Gerard van Schagen (also known as Gerard Lucasz).
Samuel Dunn Wall Map of the World in Hemispheres, 1794
Orbis Terrarum, published by the Dutch astronomer, cartographer and clergyman Petrus Plancius in 1594.
The “Columbus map”, drawn in the workshop of Bartolomeo and Christopher Columbus in Lisbon, Portugal. ca. 1490
best photos you will ever see
for the map obsessed
boat parts and history
marine life photography