Valk and Schenk's very attractive and highly decorative map of Suffolk. This map was published in circa. 1690 and represents a later state of Jansson's map of the region, prepared for the fifth volume of his Atlas Novus.
The map shows extensive and attractive detail in the region, with cities and towns shown throughout and walled forests shown. Ipswich is the only city shown in this agricultural part of England, and early roads are shown.
Decorative elements on the map include a compass rose, two sailing ships, and coats of arms of important Suffolk citizens.