The Atlas van Loon was commissioned by Frederik Willem van Loon of Amsterdam. It consists of a large number of maps published between 1649 and 1676:Volumes I to IX: The Dutch edition of Joan Blaeu's Atlas Maior of 1663-1665
Volumes X, XI and XII: Blaeu's city books of Italy, covering the Papal States, Rome, Naples, and Sicily, all of 1663.
Volumes XIII and XIV: Two volumes of the French edition of Blaeu's Atlas Maior, covering France and Switzerland, both of 1663.
Volumes XV and XVI: Blaeu's Toonneel der Steeden, city books covering both the Northern and the Southern Netherlands, of 1649
Volume XVII: Pieter Goos's Zee-atlas ofte water-wereld of 1676
Volume XVIII: The French edition of Johannes Janssonius's Zeeatlas of 1657
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