World map from the English chronicler and Benedictine monk Ranulf Higden, published in the late century.
Epistolae et Evangelii et lectioni vulgari in lingua toscana. Florence: Lorenzo Morgiani and Johannes Petri, for Piero Pacini, July Page 2 Rosenwald Collection Rare Book and Special Collections Division
King Manuel of Portugal riding a sea creature off the southern tip of Africa, symbolizing Portugal's control of the seas, on Martin Waldseemüller's 'Carta Marina' of Appears in: Sea Monsters on Medieval and Renaissance Maps by Chet Van Duzer, 2013
Liu Gang, a Chinese attorney, purchased this map from a Shanghai antique dealer in A description on the map says that it is a copy of an original 1418 Ming-dynasty map which the artist Mo Yi-tong copied in