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Within the same title all maps are listed chronologically. Measurements are given in centimetres, height by width, excluding margins.

Russia, Ukraine

Antique Maps and Prints of Russia, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Ukraine, The Crimea, Siberia

Exchange rate (approximately):  £ 1.00 = EUR 1.15 = US-$ 1.25

MOSCOW:
1378. Merian, Matthaeus. ‘MOSCVA’. Half birds-eye view/plan of Moscow with small table of explanations from A - E and 1 - 12 and heraldic shield. North orientated to the right. Engraved by Merian and published by Johann Ludwig Gottfried in Frankfurt 1646 [20059] 27 x 35 cm. Excellent condition. £450
Uncoloured as originally published.
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RUSSIA:
1379. Merian, Matthaeus. ‘TABULA RUSSIAE ... ALIAS DICTA MOSCOVIA’. Map of Russia in Europe and the whole of Scandinavia. Large cartouche, inset view of Archangelsk. Engraved by Merian and published by Johann Ludwig Gottfried in Frankfurt 1646 [20070] 28 x 35 cm. Excellent condition. £280
Uncoloured as originally published.
H20070Russia(Europe)Merian.JPG (227053 bytes) 
CRIMEA:
1380. Tallis, J. 'THE CRIMEA'. Antique map of the Black Sea island Crimea with four vignettes and inset plan of Sebastopol Harbour. John Tallis ca. 1851 [7851] 25 x 34 cm. Original outline Colour. Excellent condition. £50
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MOSCOW:
1381. Mallet, A. M. ‘DIE STADT MOSCAU / MOSCOV’. View of Moscow from a distance with title banner in the sky and figures in the foreground, and central inset of two Moscow squares with their churches S. Nicolas and S. Michel. Alain Manesson Mallet ca. 1719 [24171] 14 x 10 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £150
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MURMANSK - RUSSIAN LAPLAND:
1382. Admiralty Charts. ‘RUSSIAN LAPLAND - KOLA INLET’. Large sea chart of the Kola inlet, leading from the Barents Sea to the Russian harbour town of Murmansk (founded in 1916) and further to Kola. Two large inset charts of the Kola environs in detail and Port Alexandrovsk (Ekateriniskaya). Published after Russian Government Charts under the Superintendence of Rear Admiral J. F. Parry at the Admiralty 1913 [26437] 106 x 66 cm. Uncoloured with overall olive tint. Excellent condition. £100
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RUSSIA:
1384. Sanson, N. ‘RUSSIE BLANCHE OU MOSCOVIE’. Antique map of Russia in Europe. A. d’Winter for Nicolas Sanson ca. 1683 [20452] 18 x 24 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £125
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RUSSIA:
1385. Wit, F. de / Browne, Chr. ‘IMPERII RUSSICI SIVE MOSCOVIAE STATUS GENERALIS...’. Antique map of European Russia after de Wit with figurative cartouche incorporating the Russian coat of arms supported by cherubs and scale of miles. Published by Christopher Browne in London ca. 1700 [21435] 45 x 55 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £400
Separately published. - Christopher Browne, little known cartographer, globe maker and publisher of London. His name is is found on title pages and a few of de Wit’s maps.
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RUSSIA:
1386. Aa, P. v. d. ‘LA MOSCOVIE SEPTENTRIONALE, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Antique map of northern Russia (Europe) with pictorial cartouche. Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25064] 23 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £100
Folio edition - no centrefolds.
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RUSSIA:
1387. Aa, P. v. d. ‘LA MOSCOVIE MERIDIONALE, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Antique map of southern Russia (Europe). Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25065] 23 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £100
Folio edition - no centrefolds.
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RUSSIA:
1388. Aa, P. v. d. ‘LA MOSCOVIE SEPTENTRIONALE, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Antique map of northern Russia (Europe) with pictorial cartouche. Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25619] 23 x 30 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £120
H25619MoscovieAa.jpg (102791 bytes)

RUSSIA:
1389A. Faden, W. / J. Nantiat. ‘THE RUSSIAN DOMINIONS IN EUROPE drawn from the latest Maps, printed, by the Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg; revised and corrected, withe POST ROADS & NEW GOVERNMENTS, from the Russian Atlas of 1806; by Jasper Nantiat’. Large (wall) map of Russia, printed on two double sheets, not joined. Published by William Faden 1808 [27827] 106 x 91 cm when joined. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £450
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RUSSIA:
1390. Hall, S. ‘RUSSIA’. Russia in Europe. Sidney Hall 1827 [19285] 51 x 41 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £100
H19285RussiaHall.jpg (100069 bytes)

RUSSIAN EMPIRE:
1392. Aa, P. v. d. ‘LA GRANDE TARTARIE, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Antique map of the Russian Empire in Europe and Asia, reaching to Mongolia, northern China and Korea, with pictorial cartouche. Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25135] 23 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £120
Folio edition - no centrefolds.
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SOUTHERN RUSSIA:
1397. De L’Isle, G. / Elwe, J. B. ‘PARTIE MERIDIONALE DE MOSCOVIE’. Antique map of southern Russia between Moscow and Black and Caspian Seas. Published in Amsterdam after Guillaume de L’Isle by Jan Barend Elwe ca. 1792 [24165] 41 x 55 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
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ST. PETERSBURG:
1401. Letts, Son & Co. ‘CITY OF ST. PETERSBURG’. Plan of St. Petersburg. Letts’s Popular Atlas ca. 1884 [26329] 30 x 39 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £120
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UKRAINE:
1404. Letts, Son & Co. ‘RUSSIA’. Sheet No. 8 of Lett’s nine sheet map of Russia, showing the Crimea and Ukraine up to almost Kiev. Letts’s Popular Atlas ca. 1884 [26833] 32 x 39 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £100
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