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1450 Map of the World by Venetian monk Fra Mauro. The map depicts Asia, Africa and Europe
1853 Japanese World Map
Ottoman Empire map of the United States (1803)
Moral And Political Chart Of The World [1827]
Map of the world without water, 1694
Exaggerated relief map of Great Britain and Ireland
Biodiversity in contiguous United States
Exaggerated relief map of Chukotka, Alaska and the Bering Strait
Japan and Korea at night
1947 Map of the World showing the work of Man and the Treasures and Commodities of the Earth
Countries and states that look like other countries and states
1856 ethnographic map of Great Britain and Ireland
1855 Ethnographic Map of the Austrian Empire
Map of the Kingdom of Prussia, 1799
The Map That Changed The World. William Smith’s 1815 Geological Map of England and Wales
Japanese Pictorial World Map (1932)
1862 Japanese Map of Australia
1928 Soviet Union pictorial zoogeographic map
1811 - The World during the Empire of Napoleon Bonaparte (published 1830)
The United States redrawn as fifty states with equal population
Map showing in five degrees of density the distribution of woodland within the territory of the United States (1873)
Main ethnic [language] groups in Europe (1899)
1561 map of the world
Canada Mapped by Roads, Streets, Highways and Trails
Ethnographical map showing the distribution of the human race (1851)
1857 map of the United States, Mexico, Central America and northern South America
Extermination of the American Bison (1889)
Early 20th-century Japanese military map depicting the area around Pyongyang, North Korea
This French propaganda poster from 1917 commissioned a map which portrayed Prussia as an octopus stretching out its tentacles vying for control and it is captioned with an 18th century quote: "Even in 1788, Mirabeau was saying that War is the National Industry of Prussia."
Ottoman Map of the World (1803)
The World split into 10 sections, each section containing 10% of the worlds population
Exaggerated relief map of Western Europe
2% of Australia's population lives in the yellow area
River Systems of the United States (1870)
Exaggerated relief map of New Guinea and northeast Australia
Henri Abraham Chatelain's "very curious map" (1719). Focussing on the Americas, it extends to the entire Pacific and all of the Atlantic
1154 world map by Moroccan cartographer al-Idrisi for King Roger of Sicily
Korean world map centered on the legendary Mount Meru in Central Asia - mid 4th century
Mercator's 1595 map of the Arctic
James Cook's map of New Zealand - One of the most important maps in New Zealand's history and the first complete map of the two island's coastlines. Made during Cook's first voyage it shows the track of the Endeavour with dates
A new and correct map of the whole world (1719) : shewing ye situation of its principal parts. Viz the Seas, Kingdoms, Rivers, Capes, Ports, Mountains, Woods, Trade-Winds, Monsoons, Variation of ye Compass, Climats, &c. / by Herman Moll
"The Inlander" Map of Australia (1922)
1504 Ostrich Egg Globe - Made on the lower halves of two ostrich eggs, this is the oldest known depiction of the Americas on a globe
Eight minimalist maps
Exaggerated Relief Map of Central and Eastern Europe by Anton Balazh
Exaggerated Relief Map of Japan, Korea, northern China and the Russian Far East
1593 world map drawn as two hemispheres on north and south polar projection
1932 National Geographic Magazine Map of the World
Australian Map of the World
Japanese map of Africa, 1869
1623 Septentrionalium Terrarum descriptio. A map of the North Pole
La Louisiane (French North America) 1719
1513 map of Lorraine (Lotharingia) printed in 3 colours (black, red, and brown). This was the first printed of that Duchy and is considered the earliest known specimen of printing in colours
Map of China including Japan as well as the Ile Corea - 1626
The Inner West of London, 1900 : streets coloured according to social conditions
Anglo-Saxon World Map, dated around AD 1000. Ceylon is at the top, Britain at lower left
A haunting image of the ghost border in Poland, the results of the 2010 Parliamentary election compared with the borders of the German Empire
Ethnographic map of eastern Turkey in Asia, Syria and western Persia - published 1910
Separated at birth : South America and Africa with switched borders
River Basins of the United States in Rainbow Colours
The Passenger Railways of Australia (and some ferry services too)
River Basins of Africa in Rainbow Colours
1610 Ireland
Ethnographic Map and Statistics of Partitioned Poland, 1858
1895 map of Madagascar
Map of Asia from 1815
Map of Europe drawn from its 1.35 million rivers & streams
Distribution of Wealth - United States census, 1870
Irish population density for the United States 1872
1865 Ethnic Map of Mexico
1912 German Map of Antarctica
1638 map of Southeast Asia, China, India, the Philippines and western Oceania (with early location of Northwestern Australia)
Meyers Ethnographic World Map. From the 4th edition of Meyers Konversationslexikon (1885-1892)
Map of the Holy Land (1782)
A Map of the Earth (1691) / by Joseph Moxon. The seven days of creation are shown in the panels at the top of the map
Most Common Destination of European Emigrants
A World of Languages
Most Common Language Spoken in the United States other than English or Spanish
Vegetation Map of the World
Indian Reservations of the Unites States and territories - 1885
People of Many Nations - Japanese map published early in the 19th century - depicting an enormous archipelago representing Japan at the centre of the world
Early 15th century Borgia world map. Africa is at the top of the map, with Europe at the bottom right
1872 map of the British Empire Throughout the World
Megaregions of the United States
Hindoostan (1846)
Map of the departments of Puerto Rico during Spanish provincial times (1886)
Map of Virginia, discovered and as described by Captain John Smith, 1606
What Germany Wants : her claims as set forth by leaders of German thought 
Map of Western Africa by Lázaro Luis (1563)
Moxan’s Map with a view of the world as known in 1681. The seven days of creation are illustrated in the panels at the top of the map
1685 reprint of a 1656 map of the Dutch North American colonies showing extent of Dutch claims
Isochrone map of travel times from Paris by rail in 1882
German population in the United States in 1872
1845 Mitchell Wall Map of the United States
A 1738 map of China, drawn from those of the particular provinces made on the spot by the Jesuit missionaries
17th century map of Northamptonshire by John Speed
A 1482 recreation of a map from Ptolemy's Geography (2nd century) showing the "Oceanus Germanicus", Great Britain & Ireland
The Origin of Prostitutes in France (1836)
Reynolds' 1876 map of London
Swedish map of Åland from before 1667 with shipping lanes, harbors, churches and various boundaries marked
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