The map shows southern Ontario with the most detail in York Co (now Toronto) and the Niagara Peninsula. Political jurisdictions, roads, forts, and physical features (such as: the Escarpment, marshes and creeks) are noted. Some names of settlers are identified. Map source: Library and Archives Canada, NMC 18556
A vastly complex and enormously proportioned 1870 German map of the world by C. F. Baur and Traugott Bromme. The border regions of the map are occupied by a series of smaller maps and charts including polar projections, an isothermal chart, a winds chart, an inset of Panama and Suez, two weather charts, and a magnetic variation chart.
A fine example of Rigobert Bonne and Guilleme Raynal's 1780 map of northwestern Africa or the Barbary Coast. Includes the modern day countries of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, and parts of adjacent Spain, Italy and Greece. Features rivers, some topographical features, and political boundaries.