German maps in scale 1:200000 on territory of central Europe, known as Reymann maps
(Reymann's Karte, Reymann'sche Karte) were published in 1806-1908 (republished till 1915) in collections: "Special topographic map of Germany" (Topographische Special-Karte von Deutschland), "The special topographic map of central Europe" (Topographische Spezialkarte von Mitteleuropa). Maps called "Reymann maps" in honour of inspector of maps Depot of Prussian Army Daniel Gottlob Reymann (1759-1837), who started publishing a collection of maps. These maps produced: D.H. Reymann (1806-1836), Heinrich Berghaus (1836-1846), Carl Flemming (1846-1874), and General Staff of Prussian Army (1876-1908).
Reymann map in scale 1:200000 covering the territory of 68x48 km. Sheet of maps have form a rectangle, the size of the frame -34x23 cm. Maps were produced in a conical projection, longitude considered from Ferro. Maps were printed in one colour.
On beginning of the First World War was published collection colour maps in scale 1:200000 based on Reymann maps for purposes of pilots - "Feldmassig hergestellte Fliegerkarte".
All available maps from collection "Feldmassig hergestellte Fliegerkarte"
you can see on index sheet THERE.
Reymann maps for want of Russian Empire maps in scale 1:42000 (1:84000) were used in preparing maps in scale 1:100000 of collection "Karte des westlichen Russlands" (maps of western Russia) in 1912-1917.
Index sheet of available Reymann maps (published till 1874) you can find THERE
Map 161 Grodno (set Topographische Spezialkarte von Mitteleuropa), 1914, general view.
Map Nr. 36 Mehlkehmen (set Feldmässig hergestellte Fliegerkarte), 1917, general view