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Highlights include Montanus’ double hemisphere 1571, the earliest map to show Australia in a shape and location approximating its actual state, published 30 years prior to recorded European discoveries; Ortelius’ map "Maris Pacifici" 1589, the 1st edition of the 1st map devoted to the Pacific Ocean; De Bry 1598, an important foundation map, one of the 1st detailed European maps to focus on southern Malaysia and the region around present-day Singapore; Blaeu 1642-50, the 1st popular map to depict Australia; Hondius 1633, one the 1st charts to correctly locate the Australian coasts; Merian 1646; Mariette 1646; Jansson 1650; Nicolosi 1653; Thevenot 1663, the 1st engraved map devoted solely to the Australian continent; Goos 1666; Visscher 1670; Seller 1670; Du Val 1677; Seyfried 1679; Jansson c 1680, the 1st to include Tasman's discoveries of 1642; De Wit 1680; Vignola 1683; Coronelli 1696; Mortier 1700; Moll 1717, one of the 1st maps devoted to the continent of Australia in English; Valentyn /van Braam 1724-6; Seutter 1730; Bowen 1744; Cook 1773; Zatta 1776-9; Bligh 1789; Schraembl (after Djurberg) 1789; Wilkinson 1798; Freycinet 1808, the 1st map published showing virtually the entire Australian coastline based on actual charting and not conjecture; Laurie & Whittle 1798, perhaps the 1st printed chart to correctly draw Bass Straits; Poirson 1808, possibly the earliest map to show Baudin's explorations; Lapie 1809; Freycinet 1812; Arrowsmith 1838-61; John Lort Stokes 1843-51; Tallis 1851; Proeschel 1863, from a scarce and important Australian-published atlas; Petermann 1871.