This map is found in two states, one without the title in upper right corner. As can be seen, this is a rather close copy of the original. Because it is smaller, it accommodates fewer place names, about 200. Coronelli doesn’t leave any space on the map where the country ends, which thankfully cuts the phantom islands of Guberman of the Westfords. Appeared in In Atlante Veneto.
The second state of the map appeared in Corso geografico universal, around 1696. Title of map from 1691, upper right corner, has been deleted. The map appears on a sheet with three other island maps.