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Ptolemy's map of Sarmatia
Giovanni Antonio Magini.

Venice, Galignani, 1596. Map of Western Sarmatia, now Russia, Poland and Ukraine, etc., based on the geography of Ptolemy of Alexandria, c.100 AD..
MAGI0036
£140.00

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Jansson's quarto map of Russia
Johannes Jansson.

Amsterdam, 1676. A 17th century map of Russia, published in a pocket atlas.
JANS0093
£250.00

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View of the Kremlin shortly after Napoleon's occupation of Moscow
Shepperson.

Bungay: Charles Brightly, 1813. A view of the Kremlin, engraved by Phillips after Shepperson. Much of Moscow burned during the French occupation of Moscow in 1812, although the Kremlin, the heart of the city, miraculously survived.
SHEP0001
£49.00

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Ptolemaic map of Southern Russia.
Girolamo Ruscelli.

Venice, Valgrisi, c.1561. Published in Ruscelli's edition of Ptolemy's Geography, this map shows Scythia, the land of the Sarmatians, a classical tribe. The Crimea and Sea of Azov are lower left, the edge of the Caspian Sea lower right, from which the Volga river runs north. The first state, with the platemark extending off the top of the sheet.
RUSC0019
£98.00

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Early map of Russia
Sebastian Munster

Basle, c.1575, Italian text edition. Russia, marking Moscow and Kiev in Ukraine, published in Munster's 'Cosmography'.
MUNS0030
£150.00

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Miniature Map of Russia
Petrus Bertius.

Amsterdam, Jodocus Hondius, 1616. Hondius engraved new plates for his edition of the Bertius atlas 'Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum', which he sold alongside the Mercator 'Atlas Minor'.
BERT0092
£140.00

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Map of Russia
Nicolas Sanson.

Paris, c.1692. Russia, engraved by A. de Winter for the quarto edition of Sanson's atlas.
SANS0032
£175.00

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Miniature map of Russia
Robert Morden.

London, c.1700. Russia from Morden's uncommon world atlas 'Geography Rectified...'.
MORD0035
£75.00

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Map of the Caspian Sea and Jedo
Johann Baptist Homann.

Nuremberg, c.1720. Two maps on one sheet both reproduced from Russian intelligence: one the left is a version of the first accurate map of the Caspian Sea; on the right a map depicting the semi-mythical island of 'Jedso' as part of the Kamchatka peninsula, with a huge unnamed island to the east. The two maps are divided by a decorative strip with allegorical figures.
HOMA0019
£250.00

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Map of Southern Russia & Ukraine.
J. Covens & C. Mortier.

Amsterdam, c.1730. Marking Moscow, Smolensk & Kiev.
COVE0002
£350.00

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Map from 'the first widely published atlas of the Russian empire'.
Joseph Nicolas De L'Isle.

St Petersburg: Acad. Imp. Scientiarum, 1747. Plate 8 from the 'Atlas Russicus', compiled by the Frenchman De L'Isle. Marked on the map are Jarensk and Totma, towns on the trade routes into Siberia. The title cartouche features a water-driven mine pump.
DELI1001
£495.00

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Two-Sheet Map of Russia.
Gilles Robert de Vaugondy.

Paris, 1750. A large and detailed pair of maps, based on the recently-published 'Atlas Russicus' compiled by Joseph Nicholas De L'Isle.
ROBE0033
£425.00

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Map of Russia
George Louis Le Rouge.

Paris, c.1756. Russia in Europe.
LERO0008
£140.00

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Map of Russia
Thomas Bowen.

London, 1778. Russia, Siberia and Tartary, also showing the mythical island of 'Jeso' above Japan.
BOWE0019
£125.00

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Map of Russia with Alaska as an island
Rigobert Bonne.

Paris, c.1780. Russia, with Siberia and Tartary, engraved by André. Of interest is the unusual depiction of Alaska as an island between Asia and America.
BONN0035
£175.00

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Map of Russia
Thomas Kitchin.

London, c.1780. Russia east of the Don.
KITC0019
£95.00

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Map of Russia
J. Bayley.

London, 1782. A map of Russia divided into provinces, including the Ukraine.
BAYL0001
£59.00

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Moscow & Russia
Antonio Zatta.

Venice, 1782. Map of Muscovy, from Moscow east to the Volga River.
ZATT0037
£140.00

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18th century view of St Petersburg
European Magazine.

London: J. Sewell, 1785. A view of the busy quays of the Russian port.
EURO0001
£125.00

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Map of the environs of St Petersburg
Reilly, Franz von.

Vienna, c.1790. Map of the environs of St Petersburg, with the Baltic States and Russian control, including Estonia.
REIL0015
£98.00

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