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  • Nova Virginiae tabula. This is state 2 of the Jodocus Hondius Jr. map of the same name dated 1618, which in turn was a direct derivative of the John Smith map of 1612. This state of the map was the most widely circulated, whereas state 1 was the rarest. 1618 [1630]. MSA SC 1399-1-205 [HFC 130B5]

  • Nova Virginiae tabula, 1618 [1630]. MSA SC 1399-1-245 [HFC 130B5]

  • Virginiae partis australis et Floridae partis orientalis, interjacentiumq3 regionum nova descriptio. This map is based on the Mercator map of 1606 published by Hondius in Gerard Mercator's Atlas. The northern part is based on White's Map of 1590. 1640. MSA SC 1399-1-563 [HFC 140B5]

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