Extremely rare separately issued map by Gerard Van Keulen, the third state of Johannes de Ram's map of the same title, published in 1690 (and much rarer than the 1st 2 De Ram maps).
The present example was part of the remnants of a Composite atlas of maps which was apparently assembled by Gerard Van Keulen in the early part of the 18th Century and included a few other extremely rare Van Keulen maps and a title page with Van Keulen's imprint.
We note only one reference to the map, which is listed as map #13 in a book entitled: Senieji Lietuvos žem?lapiai = Old Maps of Lithuania = Alte Landkarten Litauens: iš Vilniaus universiteto bibliotekos rinkini? / sudar?, aprašus pareng? Alma Brazi?nien?, Vilnius: Vaga, 1999. In addition, we believe the map also appeared in Paulus Swaen: Catalog 1986-1, A Selection of 700 Fine and Decorative Maps and Views, which listed the map as unrecorded.