9) Nova Belgica et Anglia Nova. (New Netherland and New England.) 1694.
Mapmakers: Peter Schenk and Gerard Valk
Janssonius sold his 1635 plate to Peter Schenk and Gerard Valk who added a latitude and longitude grid to it in 1694. They also added border lines on Janssonius's plate to introduce the concept of fixed borders between New Netherland and its English neighbors. Using rivers as fixed borders however was the European concept of natural borders where marauding armies often had come to a standstill and peace treaties were signed. In Europe, therefore, separate nations would often control the same river. This concept was far removed from New Netherland's original claim that included control of both sides of the Delaware River and the Connecticut River in order to thus secure the fur trade for itself.
This is the 3rd state or last edition of Jansson's 1635 plate. Schenk and Valk added their names to the plate.