Map — 1 map on 2 sheets : color ; sheets 54 x 61 cm
Two-sheet map of European Russia and Western Siberia, published by Georg Matthaus Suetter after the "Atlas Russicus" by de L'Isle. Northern map shows territory from the top of the Kola Peninsula to Permia and Orlov in the east, the nealy founded "Petersburg" in the south-west and Vologda and "Czochloma" in the south. Southern map shows area from Novgorod in the north-east to the range of the "Cosaci Zaporovienses" (Zaprozhe Cossacks) in the south, the various Tatar and Circassian peoples across the south and east, and the Astrakhan region along the Volga River in the extreme east.
Map of the Eastern Balkans by Seutter, showing the theatre of conflict among the Ottoman, Austro-Hungarian and Russian Empires in the 18th century. Shows territories from "Palat Russiae Lembergensis Pars" (today's Lviv oblast) in the upper left to "Romaniae Thraciaep" (today's northern Bulgaria) in the lower right, "Serviae Pars" (Serbia) in the lower left and Besarabia (today's Republic of Moldova) and the Black Sea in the upper right. Fine depiction of the Dunube river and its tributatries, particularly in the Black Sea Delta.
 Facies Palaestinae : ex monumentis veteribus descripta ab Hadriano Relando / Broen fecit
 Facies regionis philistaeorum : in qua situs quinque urbium quas ista gens incoluit Ecronis, Asdod, Gath, Ascalonis et Gazae testimonio scriptorium veterum confirmatus per miliaria romana describitur / J. Wandelaer in et fecit
 Conspectus Palaestinae : uti a priscis incolis fuit inhabitata tempore Josuae / J. Goeree in et fec
 Conspectus Palaestinae : uti divisa fuit a Mose et Josua inter XII tribus Israeliticas / J. Goeree in et fec
 Conspectus Palaestinae : et regionum in quas distribute fuit stante templo secundo et aliquot tempore post ejus excidium quarum in libris apocryphis et N.T. scriptisque Josephi, Eusebii, Hieronymi, et Epiphanii sit mentio / J. Goeree in et fec
6] Conspectus Palaestinae, divisaein primam, secundam et tertiam, ut erat circa initium saeculi aerae Christianae quinti / J. Goeree in. et fec.
 Conspectus Montium et Camporum Palaestinae : Fluminumque indicia / J. Wandelaer inv. et fecit.
 Conspectus Libani atque Antilibani / secundum observationes Henr: Maundrelli ex autographo ejus descriptus ; Broen fecit.
5. ; Mensurae quibus veteres Locorum intervalla metiuntur / J. Goeree in. et fec.
 Conspectus Palaestinae in tabula veteri itineraria / J: Goeree del:
 Intervalla Locorum Palaestinae digesta per Miliaria Romana / J: Goeree in: et fec:
[Place of publication not identified] : [Christopherus Cellarius], 
Map — 1 map ; sheet 35 x 24 cm
Region between the Caspian and the Sea of China, much of which is deemed Terra Incognita in the north and east. Showing stylized mountain ranges and city names drawn from Ptolemy, this map is based upon 2000-year old geography, while contemporary editions certainly had better indications. Taken as "Lib. III. page. 884" from an early edition of Cellarius' Notitia Orbis Antiqui, Sive Geographia Plenior ... et Novis Tabulis Geographicis, which was published in London, Amsterdam, and other places over the next 1000 years and was one of the most popular Ancient Geographies of its time. Cartouche in the upper right-hand corner showing an assembled crowd of soldiers under a laurel wreath and emblem of spears and shields, apparently celebrating victory around a pile of arms.
[Place of publication not identified] : [Publisher not identified], 
Map — 1 map : copper-plate ; sheet 37 x 30 cm
Shows the Tatar Empire and European Russia all the way to the "Chinese" ocean and the beginnings of the Korean Peninsula. Starting with Archangelsk and Nizhnyi Novgorod in the west - the upper left corner - the settlements on the Volga are shown through to Astrakhan, but the area is labeled generally as "Bulgaria." The Caspian is depicted oblong horizontally, which was common of seventeenth century maps. Moving east into Siberia, Tyumen ("Tumen") is shown with the Siberian rivers in a fairly accurate location. However, the source of the Ob is shown as "Kitkay Lacus" which as depicted appears more like the Aral Sea. Central Asia is depicted with numerous settlements along the Silk Road, some with names lost to history and others with their current names, leading to Tashkent beyond the "Karakitay" mountains. The south west is bordered by "Persiae Pars" and the south by "Magni Mogoli Imperii Pars." The various "Tatar" or "Mongol" tribes are placed around the map. Lake Baikal ("Lacus Cincui Hay") depicted in accurate form just outside the Great Wall of China.
 Firmamentum Sobiescianum sive uranographia / Joh. Hevelii. Gedani anno
1687 ; Carolus de la Haye. sculp.
Diagram:  [9 globes with geometrical illustrations]
Charts:  Hocce Hemisphærium Firmamenti Sobiesciani Boreale, diversis novis Asterismis, et quàm, plurimis novis Stellis exornatum atq auctum Invictissimo Iohanni III, Poloniarum Regi etc. Dn° Suo Clementissimo, ad immortalem Gloriã ac perpetuam Ejus Memoriam, ob Heroicas Suæ Reg. Mitis Virtules, et ob Res sub eo Hemisphærio fortiter, in maximum Commodum, et Incrementum Christianæ Religionis gestas, ac feliciissimè peractas / humillimimo ac subjectissimis animo offert atq consecrat Ioh. Heveliu, auctor, observator ac delineator