The classic Judges Guild City State Campaign supplements were released with sequentially-numbered maps of portions of the campaign world.
I don’t know a lot about the City State campaign world. How these maps all fit together, that was always a mystery to me.
Today I was listing a pair of Wilderlands of the Fantastic Reaches sets (1st and 3rd prints, 1980), and I noticed the back of book one of the 1st print set had a map on the back answering just that question. So I thought it’d be worth noting here.
The headline photo of this article is the City State continent map placement guide from the 1st print.
The 3rd print’s booklet has a continent map as well. But this map is inaccurate. It’s clear that the continental map was separate from the overlay with the numbered map outlines, and was printed askew from where it should be. The 3rd print map is not horribly off, but definitely askew.
See also: Judges Guild rejection letter
City State of the World Emperor (1980): Classic D&D Urbancrawl
World of Greyhawk, folio edition (3rd print) – A thing of beauty