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  EUROPE 
 Russia 

SUKHTELEN & OPPERMAN. [Detailed early 19th century folding map of Russia]
Carte de la Partie Européenne de l'Empire de Russie, avec l'indicationdes Chemins de Poste nouvellement revue et corrigée d'après la Carte du Dépôt topographique Militaire à St. Petersbourg. Vienne: Artaria & Co., 1828. Original outline colour. Dissected and laid on linen, total size 1460 x 1245mm. With marbled paper slipcase and chemise. Damp staining to top edge, wear to linen.
A large and detailed map of Russia, based on the survey by General Quartermaster von Sukhtelen & Major General Karl Oppermann, a monumental work on 100 sheets, published in St Petersburg 1801-4.
[Ref: 11737]    £900.00 ($1,180 • €1,003 rates)


WILKINSON, Robert. [Map of the Russian Empire]
The Russian Empire in Europe and Asia. London, Hamilton, Adams & Co: 1828. Original outline colour. 235 x 335mm.
Map of the Russian Empire, engraved by E Bourne. At the top is a half circle title panel which also bears the publisher's imprint. This map is a later edition of Robert Wilkinson’s map that first appeared in 1801.
[Ref: 17579]    £100.00 ($131 • €111 rates)


NANTIAT, Jasper. [Two-sheet map of the Russian Empire]
The Russian Dominions in Europe, drawn from the latest Maps, printed, by the Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg; revised and corrected, with the Post Roads & New Governments, from the Russian Atlas of 1806. London, James Wyld, 1843. Original colour. Pair of steel engravings, each c.560 x 940mm. Minor repairs to binding folds.
A large and detailed map, extending west to east from the Baltic to the Urals and north to south from the Arctic Ocean to Georgia. Originally published in 1808 the recent imperialist rivalry with Russia, especially in Central Asia (the 'Great Game'), had renewed British interest in that country. The tensions led to the Crimean War a little over a decade later. Normally this map is found dissected and laid on linen, so this is a better than usual example.
[Ref: 8576]    £500.00 ($655 • €557 rates)


TALLIS, John. [Map of Siberia with decorative vignettes]
Russia in Asia. London, John Tallis & Co., c.1851. Original outline colour. Steel engraving, printed area 260 x 330mm.
From one of the last decorative atlases, with decorative vignettes showing bear hunting and local scenes.
[Ref: 9748]    £110.00 ($144 • €123 rates)


TALLIS, John. [Mid 19th century map of Russia in Europe]
Russia in Europe. London, John Tallis & Co., c.1851. Original outline colour. Steel engraving, printed area 355 x 240mm.
A detailed map of Russia, drawn and engraved by John Rapkin for the 'Illustrated Atlas', one of the last decorative atlases to be produced, with seven attractive vignettes including views of St. Petersburg and local scenes including Napoleon's army fleeing from Moscow.
[Ref: 17145]    £160.00 ($210 • €178 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 ($5,899 • €5,013 rates)


DE L'ISLE, Joseph Nicolas. [A Russian map of the environs of St Petersburg]
Ingria et Carelia. St Petersburg: Geographical Department of the Academy of Sciences, c.1745. Sheet 595 x 450mm. Trimmed close to neatline, ink stamp of the Depot de la Marine.
A map of the environs of St Petersburg, published in the "Atlas Russicus". The title cartouche features a statue of Peter the Great in front of the city.
[Ref: 12245]    £700.00 ($918 • €780 rates)


GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE. [18th century plan of St Petersburg]
Plan of St Petersburg With It's Fortifications Built By Peter The Great in 1703. [with] The Harbour of Crownslot; Riva Neva; Canal made from the said River to the R. Wolschowa. London, 1749. 190 x 245mm.
Two maps on one sheet: a plan of St Petersburg after Homann's map of 1724; and a plan of the Old Ladoga Canal, opened in 1731, linking the Volkhov River and the Neva (thus St Petersburg and Gulf of Finland) while bypassing the dangerous Lake Ladoga.
[Ref: 18872]    £300.00 ($393 • €334 rates)


HAAS, Johann Matthias. [18th century town plan of St Petersburg]
Accurater Grundris der Kayserlichen Residentz Stadt St. Petersburg. 1750. Hamburg, c.1750. 280 x 340mm.
An unusual plan of St Petersburg with an extensive key in German underneath.
[Ref: 17686]    £600.00 ($787 • €668 rates)


Anonymous. [Italian town plan of St. Petersburg]
Pianta della Citta di S.Peterburg. Italy, c. 1760, copper engraving, 155 x 185mm.
An unusual plan of St Petersburg, with an inset view of the fort on Cronslot island.
[Ref: 12121]    £300.00 ($393 • €334 rates)


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