"Nouvelle Carte des Differents Etats du Roi de Prusse, et de Ceux des Autres Princes de la Maison de Brandebourg", Chatelain, Henry Abraham
Subject: Northern Europe
Period: 1720 (circa)
Publication: Atlas Historique
Color: Hand Color
18.8 x 15 inches
47.8 x 38.1 cm
This map focuses on Northern Germany and covers the area from the French border to Konigsburg (Kaliningrad), thus including part of today's Poland. The bottom is composed of four detail plans: the Frederick William Canal in Brandenburg, the principality of Orange, the principality of Neuchatel and Vallangin, and the vicinity of Berlin. City crests adorn the map.
An attractive, clean example with two tiny wormholes southwest of Berlin only visible when held to light.