Van Keulen Maps – 334 hand-drawn charts on paper with pre-printed compass lines, covering the coasts of the Atlantic Ocean, Europe, the Mediterranean, West-Africa, the Americas and the Pacific, dating from the first half of the eighteenth century (1704-1755).
Caribbean Maps – 300 printed and hand-drawn maps (some of them in more sheets) and some atlases from the sixteenth to twentieth century of Central America and the Caribbean in general and the Netherlands Antilles in particular.
Dutch Colonial Maps KIT – A large collection of c. 11,000 map sheets and c. 250 atlases of the Dutch colonies from the former library of the Koninklijk Instituut voor de Tropen
Maps & Atlases – Approximately 100,000 map sheets (including c. 3,000 manuscript maps), 3,500 atlases and 25,000 topographical prints and drawings
Maps (KITLV) – 16,000 map sheets and 500 atlases. An estimated 80% of this collection relates to Indonesia,…
Embark on a voyage through time with swisstopo’s topographic maps and travel through almost 175 years of Swiss cartographical history, even as far back as the time before the Swiss Confederation was founded.