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Early 19th century map of Poland

CARY, John.

A New Map of Poland, and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, Shewing their Dismemberments and Divisions between Austria, Russia and Prussia, According to the Congress of Vienna. From the Latest Authorities.
London, 1819. Original body colour. 490 x 550mm.

Detailed map of Poland according to the Congress of Vienna, which established the status quo in Europe at the end of the Napoleonic Wars.
Because the Poles had fought for Napoleon, seeing him as the best chance of reuniting their country, the Duchy of Warsaw was divided up between Russia and Prussia.
This example is on paper watermarked '1818 J Whatman Turkey Mill'. Whatman's paper was the best quality printing paper available at the time.


Stock ID : 20746

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Stock Id :20746

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Early 19th century map of Poland

CARY, John.

A New Map of Poland, and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, Shewing their Dismemberments and Divisions between Austria, Russia and Prussia, According to the Congress of Vienna. From the Latest Authorities.
London, 1819. Original body colour. 490 x 550mm.

Detailed map of Poland according to the Congress of Vienna, which established the status quo in Europe at the end of the Napoleonic Wars.
Because the Poles had fought for Napoleon, seeing him as the best chance of reuniting their country, the Duchy of Warsaw was divided up between Russia and Prussia.
This example is on paper watermarked '1818 J Whatman Turkey Mill'. Whatman's paper was the best quality printing paper available at the time.


Stock ID : 20746

£385

£385

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