This very attractive engraving by William Hole has a design that is based on the work of William Rogers for the smaller sized 1600 printing of Camden's Britannia. Neptune and Ceres flank the central roundel with a map of the British Isles
Sea chart of Europe, 1592. "Universe Europe Maritime Eiusque Navigationis Descritio. Generale Paschaerte van Europa'. Map Maker: Lucas Janszoon Waghenaer. Place: Antwerp. Etching by Johannes Baptista Van Doetechum The Younger ("Baptista a Doetecum fecit")
Atlantic Ocean with Bordering Continental Areas, 1680, Image Reference AO12, as shown on www.slaveryimages.org, sponsored by the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and the University of Virginia Library.
Oldest Known Accurate Road Map Of Britain -- 1360 -- It's the Gough Map, held in the Bodleian and now available in digitized form. See this link for the announcement from Oxford http://www.ox.ac.uk/media/news_stories/2011/110208.html, or click the picture to go to the goughmap.org site and see the digitized version. Looks a bit like a lumpy "meat and two veg" as the Brits would say.
1897 map of central London - Shoreditch and Bank. One of the best SS projects my students and I did was to create imaginary towns. The students and I negotiated a rubric after studying our textbook, they set to work, and we all enjoyed their efforts!