Here’s the map of the world, if size were determined by market cap - The U.S. is still looking like the U.S. — and Japan is pretty hefty — but where did China go? And how is Hong Kong bigger than the mainland? -- Russia, on this map, is basically the size of Finland.
Joseph Hutchins Colton, 1800-1893. Northern regions. Scale [ca. 1: 22 000 000]. New York, ca. 1855. Plate XII from a Colton atlas. This polar map shows the advances made during the search for Franklin. Note that the area to the north and east of Ellesmere Island is still blank.