New and Compleat MAP of the PARTS of SWEDEN, RUSSIA, GERMANY, POLAND, and DENMARK; bordering on the BALTICK SEA: Exhibiting the Present Seat of War between those several Powers
A wash coloured map of the area around the Baltic Sea showing political territories during the Seven Years War, around the time of the Raid on Berlin. Delineation of borders is done primarily via colouring; relief and woodland are represented. Two compass roses show rhumb lines for marine navigation throughout the Baltic all the way to the mouth of the Neva and Saint Petersburg. A classic scroll cartouche frames the map title.
There is no scale bar present on the map, and London is used for the prime meridian; the scale and coordinates were calculated using the map's graticule.
1 map ; 28 x 35 cm
10.000; 32.000; 52.271; 65.248
Unstated; highly likely to be Mercator
W. K. Morrison Special Collection
v. 25 February 1760, opposite pg. 57
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