Scarce regional map of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Sweden and Finland and the contiguous Baltic, which appeared in the enlarged edition of Mercator's Atlas Minor, published in Amsterdam by Johannes Cloppenburgh.
The map is centered on Riga and extends south to Memel, east beyond the Tarn to Sokol and Poloczka and Ostrow and north the Revel and the coast of Finland.
Johannes Cloppenburg (sometimes Cloppenburgh; also H. Jan Evertsz and Johannes Everhardus) was a Dutch cartographer. Based in Amsterdam, he was active between roughly 1610 and 1644. He worked closely with the Hondius/Jansson firm and is credited with the 1630 edition of the Atlas Minor.