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Selected Maps: 1 to 16 of 38

Cartographer: J.N. Bellin
Title: : Carte de la Petite Bukharie
Date: 1749      Size: 14 x 10 inches
Published: Paris
Description: Bukhara. Coloured.
Map Ref: AS1018
Cartographer: J.N. Bellin
Title: : Carte De L'Empire de Hya et partie de Tangut
Date: 1749      Size: 13 x 9 inches
Published: Paris
Description: A map depicting the Empire of Hya, including a great part of Tangut (western China and Tibet), and the Gobi Desert, adapted to the history of Genghis Khan. Coloured.
Map Ref: AS1124
Cartographer: J.N. Bellin
Title: : Carte de la Tartarie Occidentale
Date: c. 1750      Size: 12 x 9 inches
Published: Paris
Description: Mongolia with parts of Siberia and Northern China. Coloured.
Map Ref: AS583
Cartographer: Thomas and Andrews
Title: : Central Asia
Date: 1805      Size: 16 x 10 inches
Published: Boston
Description: Central Asia from the Caspian to the Pacific coast through Kazakhstan, Turkestan, Siberia, Mongolia and China. Coloured.
Map Ref: AS1073
Cartographer: A. Stieler
Title: : Hoch-Asien
Date: 1821      Size: 14 x 12 inches
Published: Gotha
Description: Central Asia including Afghanistan. A detailed map with original outline colour.
Map Ref: AS1014
Cartographer: Joshua Archer
Title: : Central Asia (Middle Division)
Date: c. 1850      Size: 11 x 9 inches
Published: London
Description: Chinese Tartary including Tibet and Mongolia. Original colour.
Map Ref: AS1142
Cartographer: John Tallis
Title: : Independent Tartary
Date: 1851      Size: 13 x 11 inches
Published: London
Description: Tartary, now Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, and part of Kazakhstan with vignettes of The Bride Chase (described as a native marriage custom), and a group of Tartars travelling on horseback. Original colour.
Map Ref: AS1119
Cartographer: Edward Weller
Title: : Independent Tartary (Turkestan)
Date: 1863      Size: 17 x 13 inches
Published: London
Description: Independent Tartary, now Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, and part of Kazakhstan. Original colour.
Map Ref: AS885
Cartographer: Justus Perthes
Title: : Plan von Samarkand und Umgebung
Date: 1865      Size: 10 x 8 inches
Published: Gotha
Description: Samarkand, a sketch map of Uzbekistan's second largest city and its environs.
Map Ref: AS1116
Cartographer: R.G.S.
Title: : The Bolor Mountains
Date: 1866      Size: 14 x 15 inches
Published: London
Description: Bolor Mountains and upper sources of the Amu Darya (Oxus River). Illustrates paper by M. Veniukof. B&W. (OF)
Map Ref: AS1065
Cartographer: Justus Perthes
Title: : Originalkarte der Reisen von Matusowski und Pawlinow in der Westlichen Mongolei 1870
Date: 1873      Size: 13 x 10 inches
Published: Gotha
Description: Western Mongolia. Shows Matusowski and Pawlinow's journeys. From Petermann's Geographical magazine.
Map Ref: AS972
Cartographer: Justus Perthes
Title: : Prezewalski's Reisen von Peking nach Tibet
Date: 1876      Size: 20 x 14 inches
Published: Gotha
Description: Peking to Tibet through Mongolia. Shows the journey by Przewalski. Original printed colour.
Map Ref: AS962
Cartographer: R.G.S.
Title: : Map of Central Asia
Date: 1878      Size: 20 x 18 inches
Published: London
Description: Central Asia showing parts of modern-day Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Western China. Mission to Kashgar by Forsyth.
Map Ref: AS786
Cartographer: R.G.S.
Title: : Part of Central Asia
Date: 1884      Size: 26 x 18 inches
Published: London
Description: Bukhara showing the territory between the Zarafshan and Amu Darya (Oxus) Rivers. Includes parts of Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Afghanistan. Paper by Delmar Morgan. Original Color. (SL)
Map Ref: AS767
Cartographer: R.G.S.
Title: : Central Asia
Date: 1888      Size: 9 x 27 inches
Published: London
Description: Peking to Yarkand and Kashmir via the Mustagh Pass. Illustrating the journey of Lieut. F.E. Younghusband, King's Dragoon Guards. An area which is home to K2, the world's second highest mountain. Printed colour.
Map Ref: AS1133
Cartographer: R.G.S.
Title: : Russian Central Asia Illustrating The Transcaspian Railway
Date: 1889      Size: 18 x 9 inches
Published: London
Description: Central Asia from the Caspian Sea to Western China showing the route of the Trans Caspian Railway and the journey of the Hon. G.Curzon, M.P. Original colour.
Map Ref: AS868