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Selected Maps: 1 to 16 of 22

Cartographer: Martin Waldseemuller
Title: : [Georgia and Caucausus]
Date: 1541      Size: 18 x 13 inches
Published: Strasbourg
Description: Georgia and Caucausus. Early woodcut after Ptolemy.
Map Ref: RUS1619
Cartographer: Johann Christoph Wagner
Title: : Armenia seu Turcomania, Georgia, Commania
Date: 1685      Size: 11 x 14 inches
Published: Ulm
Description: Stunning map of the Caucasus with a detailed panorama bordering the map, spanning from Persia to Turkey and depicting a caravan in transit. Strong impression.
Map Ref: RUS2454
Cartographer: Robert Morden
Title: : Armenia & Georgia-Comania
Date: 1688      Size: 6 x 7 inches
Published: London
Description: Caucasus region. A detailed miniature map with panel of text. Coloured.
Map Ref: RUS2214
Cartographer: Nicolas & Guillaume Sanson
Title: : Turcomanie, Georgie, Commanie
Date: 1692      Size: 9 x 8 inches
Published: Paris
Description: The Caucasus, including Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan. Coloured.
Map Ref: RUS2493
Cartographer: Pierre Du Val
Title: : Georgie
Date: 1694      Size: 5 x 4 inches
Published: Amsterdam
Description: The Caucasus. Miniature map of Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Georgia. Coloured.
Map Ref: RUS2492
Cartographer: Covens & Mortier
Title: : Carte des Pays Voisins de la Mer Caspiene
Date: c. 1740      Size: 24 x 19 inches
Published: Amsterdam
Description: The Caucasus, Georgia, and Armenia. Beautifully detailed and decorative map of the countries around the Caspian Sea. One of the great 18th century maps of this region. Original colour.
Map Ref: RUS2524
Cartographer: Homann Heirs
Title: : Schamachia
Date: c. 1740      Size: 6 x 5 inches
Published: Nuremberg
Description: Northern Azerbajan. Schamachia. Birds eye view of the city and harbour. Original colour.
Map Ref: RUS2094
Cartographer: Francois Santini
Title: : Carte de la Georgie et des Pays Situes entre la Mer Noir et la Mer Caspienne
Date: 1775      Size: 25 x 19 inches
Published: Venice
Description: Large scale map of the Caucasus. Based on a Georgian map first drawn in 1738 and then published by Joseph Nicholas de L'Isle in 1766. This is a Venetian rendition of the information issued in 1775. Original hand colour.
Map Ref: RUS2514
Cartographer: Philippe Vandermaelen
Title: : Partie de la Perse
Date: 1827      Size: 22 x 20 inches
Published: Brussels
Description: Southern Caucasus. Armenia, Azerbaijan and Southern Georgia showing the trade routes. Original colour.
Map Ref: RUS1924
Cartographer: R.G.S.
Title: : Part of Georgia & Armenia
Date: 1833      Size: 14 x 13 inches
Published: London
Description: Georgia and Armenia. Original outline hand colouring.
Map Ref: RUS2141
Cartographer: SDUK
Title: : Russia in Europe Part IX and Georgia
Date: 1835      Size: 16 x 13 inches
Published: London
Description: The Caucasus, mapped with the boundaries of Europe, Asia, and the Russian Empire. Original colour.
Map Ref: RUS2444
Cartographer: Karl Koch
Title: : Karte von Kaukasischen Isthmus und von Armenien
Date: 1850      Size: 46 x 35 inches
Published: Berlin
Description: Folding wall map of the Caucasus and Armenia based on a survey by the eminent botanist, Dr. Karl Koch performed in 1843-44. Original colour. Folded
Map Ref: RUS2417
Cartographer: Joseph Grassl
Title: : Karte des Kaukasischen Isthmus
Date: 1856      Size: 18 x 13 inches
Published: Hildburghausen
Description: Detailed map of the Caucasus with inset of Tbilisi and environs. Covers modern-day Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan. Original colour.
Map Ref: RUS2475
Cartographer: Justus Perthes
Title: : Karte von Kaukasien
Date: 1874      Size: 17 x 14 inches
Published: Gotha
Description: Very unusual map showing the oil fields in the Caucasus with their associated infrastructure. Original colour.
Map Ref: RUS2331
Cartographer: Letts & Son
Title: : Russia. Sheet 9 [Caucasus]
Date: 1883      Size: 17 x 14 inches
Published: London
Description: The Caucasus. Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan, with part of the border with Turkey and Iran. Printed colour.
Map Ref: RUS2470
Cartographer: R.G.S.
Title: : The Central Group in the Caucasus
Date: 1888      Size: 10 x 9 inches
Published: London
Description: Central Group of the Caucasus. Sketch map based on observations by M. Dechy, D.W. Freshfield and W.F. Donkin. Original colour.
Map Ref: RUS1872