Insulae Moluccae celeberrimae sunt ob maximam aromatum copiam quam per totum terrarum orbem mittunt 1617
Drawn by Plancius, this map was sometimes included in van Linschoten's Intinerario first published in Amsterdam 1595-96. There it was engraved by Ioannes Doetechum, while the English translation of 1598 includes a close copy "imprinted at London by Iohn Wolfe, grauen by Robert Beckit". Plancius lists the Spicy Isles in the cartouche, and includes drawings of nutmeg, cloves, and sandalwood just under Timor and Nova Guinea. "The Moluccas Islands are celebrated for the copious quantities of spices sent from there to all the world." This 1617 copy signed by Visscher differs from the Plancius / Doetechum map in the Library of the University of Amsterdam only by the form of the text in the cartouche. The former is engraved, while the latter is set print.