This is a scarce c.1721 map of Pomerania in modern day Germany and Poland by Frederik De Wit. It covers from Stralsund in Germany east as far as Gdansk in Poland and south to Berlin. Bornhom Island is also included. Important cities of Berlin, Szczecin (Stetin), Gdansk (Dantzick), Stralsund and Wolgast are identified. Based on the earlier survey of Eilhard Lubin, the map renders the entire region in extraordinary detail offering both topographical and political information with mountains and forests beautifully rendered in profile. A beautifully engraved title cartouche featuring Cherubs holding up various shields in included. The map was issued by Covens and Mortier and printed shortly following their 1721 acquisition of De Wit's plates from Maria De Wit.