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LAURIE & WHITTLE. [Map of the Partitions of Poland]
A New Map of the Kingdom of Poland, with its Dismembered Provinces and the Kingd.m of Prussia. London, 1799. Original colour. 490 x 660mm. Small repair in margin.
A map showing how Poland was shared out between the Russians, Austrians and Prussians. First published by Laurie and Whittle in 1794, the year after the Second Partitiion, this example has been updated to show the Third, 1795.
[Ref: 19028]    £450.00 ($593 • €524 rates)

ZATTA, Antonio. [A scarce map of Poland]
La Polonia Divisa Ne' Suoi Palatinati Tratta dall' Atlante Polacco del Sig.r Rizzi Zannoni. Venice, 1799. Original colour. 325 x 420mm. Narrow margin at top, repaired tear.
An uncommon later edition of Zatta's map of Poland based upon the work of Antonio Rizzi Zannoni.
[Ref: 17702]    £325.00 ($428 • €379 rates)

KNITTEL, Johann Ernst. [The Prussian and Russian occupation of the Duchy of Warsaw]
Neue militairische Situations=und Post=Carte von Polen und Preussen von I.E. Kinittel. Nouvelle Carte militaire et routiere de la Pologne et de la Prusse par I.E. Knittel. Nürnberg: Friedrich Campe, 1812. Original colour. Dissected and laid on linen as issued, total 580 x 885mm. Minor splits in linen at folds.
A separate-issue map of the Duchy of Warsaw as the Prussians and Russians occupied the country after Napoleon's disastrous retreat from Moscow. It places emphasis on the post roads, which would have been the main lines of communication for the occupying army. At the beginning of the Napoleonic Wars the Polish people saw Bonaparte as the best chance for them to regain their country after the three Partitions inflicted on them by Austria, Russia and Prussia. Polish Legions fought with the French in Europe, Egypt and the West Indies, and were rewarded with the creation of the Duchy of Warsaw in 1807. However, as Napoleon's army fled from Moscow, the Russians followed, overrunning the Duchy and occupying it until the Congress of Vienna (1815) divided it between Russia and Prussia. This map is rare: we have traced only one example on the market in recent years.
[Ref: 17231]    £1,100.00 ($1,450 • €1,282 rates)

STANFORD, Edward. [A map showing territorial losses suffered by Poland]
Stanford's Map of the Kingdom of Poland Showing its Present and Past Extent, and the Successive Seizures of its Territory by Russia, Austria and Prussia. London: Stanford, 1863. Colour-printed lithograph, dissected and laid on linen, total 695 x 620mm, folded into the original covers with the publisher's title label.
A scarce map showing the decline of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, marking their territorial losses from 1658 (the loss of the Duchy of Prussia to Sweden) to the Third Partition of 1795. Under the map is an explination of the divisions.
[Ref: 18823]    £675.00 ($890 • €786 rates)

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