Map of Germany and Poland, including the cities of Breslaw (Breslau or Wroclaw), Trebnitz (Trzebnica) and Gnesna (Gniezno). Berlin is located at center of map and all surrounding regions are indicated.
Map of coastlines around the Baltic Sea including Russia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, and Sweden. Some small etchings of tress is present as are dotted lines indicating the march pathway taken by the Russians on their way to Prussia.
Untitled map of Germany detailing pathways, churches, villages, towns, forests, and rivers. Small etched crowns appear at prominent town. For example: bottom left at Loewenberg. Regions named: Weichbild, Leignitzisch and vicinity of Lignitz.
A lightly coulour washed map of the historical territories of Saxony, Brandenburg, Silesia, Poland, and Bohemia around the opening of the Seven Years War, showing areas gained and lost during the previous War of the Austrian Succession, and the political maneuvering of Emperess Maria Theresa and other European leaders. Washed colouration is used to differentiate certain nation states, while for others only broken lines are used for delineation. Small vignettes are used for major cities, scattered trees are used to represent scattered woodland, and some hachuring is used to show relief. This map shows a small, historical snapshot of an important area at the beginning of a war that would change the world.
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.
A pictorial map showing most of Europe affected by the war and before the signing of the Treaty of Hubertusburg. Imperial Circles are not referred to as such, but are only given their territorial names. Border delineation is done through broken lines, and relief is shown.