|Method||Copper engraved with hand colour|
|Published||by Robt. Morden [J. Nicholson &c., London, 1711]|
|Dimensions||100 x 122 mm|
A charming miniature map of early eighteenth century Poland, encompassing parts of modern day Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Lithuania, Latvia, and Belarus, from Patrick Gorden's 'Geography Anatomiz'd: or, the Geographical Grammar.' Regional borders are outlined in hand colour, and principal cities and towns are picked out in red.
Robert Morden (c. 1650-1703) was an English bookseller and publisher, as well as an accomplished geographer and cartographer. He is best known for a series of maps issued in 1695 in Gibson's revised edition of Camden's Brittannia,' engraved by Sutton Nichols.
Condition: Vertical fold as issued. Margin trimmed to plate mark on left side, now infilled. Blank on verso.