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  EUROPE 
 Russia 

AKADEMIYA NAUK. [An 18th century Russian map of Russian Lapland]
Lapponia Russica cum adjacentibus Regionibus. St Petersburg: the Academy of Sciences, 1737.507 x 575mm.
Russian Lapland, marking Archangel, from the 'Atlas Russicus', the first atlas of Russia, compiled with the aid of the Frenchman Joseph-Nicolas de L'Isle, who found the St Petersburg Academy of Sciences.
[Ref: 14524]    £500.00 ($632 • €556 rates)


AKADEMIYA NAUK. [An 18th century Russian map of the environs of Moscow]
Moscoviae Gubernium cum Adiacentibus Regionibus. St Petersburg: the Academy of Sciences, 1737. 500 x 560mm. Mint condition
The environs of Moscow, from the 'Atlas Russicus', the first atlas of Russia, compiled with the aid of the Frenchman Joseph-Nicolas de L'Isle, who found the St Petersburg Academy of Sciences.
[Ref: 14525]    £650.00 ($822 • €722 rates)


 St Petersburg 

AKADEMIYA NAUK. [The first Russian map of St Petersburg to be published]
[Cyrillic title.] Plan der Kayserl Residentz Stadt St Petersburg wie solcher Ao 1737 aufgenommen worden. St Petersburg: the Academy of Sciences, 1737. Original colour. 400 x 620mm. Minor repairs at margins.
An important map: the first Russian map of their new capital. Engraved by G.I. Unversagt after George Wolffgang Krafft. It has a title and descriptiive text in Russian and German with a decorative vignette representing the arts and sciences in the top left. This influential map was later copied by Seutter in 1744, making it the standard map of the city. A rare item.
[Ref: 18368]    £4,500.00 ($5,688 • €5,000 rates)


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