The Homann 1716 version of the Schlaraffenland map is put on a website by the University library of Graz, URL:
This version is found also in a Seutter atlas at the Royal Library, Stockholm. The map, and the accompanying book by Schnebelin, was eventually translated into Swedish by a clergyman Carl Nyrén in 1789 with several additions of his own, not without talent. In fact, this is a kind of Foolscap map, more exactly a Fool's Profile.
There is (at least) one more version, probably of later date, with an even more debauched cartouche.
I would much appreciate if someone on MapHist could give any clues as to the dating, publication and authorship of this version.
Göran Bäärnhielm, Map curator, The Royal Library, Stockholm, Sweden