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A map showing territorial losses suffered by Poland

Stock No. 18823 Category: Cartographer: STANFORD, Edward.

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.

£675

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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 explanation of the divisions.

Additional information

Dimensions 620 × 695 mm
Cartographer

Date

1863

Extra Info

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.

Publication

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.

Condition

A good example.

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