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Selected Maps: 1 to 16 of 267 (17 Pages)

Cartographer: Abraham Ortelius
Title: : Pomeraniae Wandalicae Regionis, Livoniae Nova Descriptio and Ducatus Oswieczensis et Zatoriensis Descriptio
Date: 1598      Size: 19 x 14 inches
Published: Antwerp
Description: Three maps on one sheet showing the Baltic States, Pomerania and the Dukedom of Oswienczensis in Southern Poland. Original colour. French text on verso.
Map Ref: RUS2381
Cartographer: Petrus Bertius
Title: : Descriptio Livoniae
Date: 1616      Size: 5 x 4 inches
Published: Amsterdam
Description: A hand coloured miniature map of the Baltic States.
Map Ref: RUS2173
Cartographer: Adam Olearius
Title: : A New Map of Liefland
Date: c. 1669      Size: 14 x 11 inches
Published: London
Description: Early and important map of the Baltic States based on maps and surveys obtained by Adam Olearius, ambassador of the Duke of Holstein to the Tsar of Muscovy and the Shah of Persia. English edition.
Map Ref: RUS2496
Cartographer: Matthaus Seutter
Title: : Livoniae et Curlandiae Ducatus
Date: c. 1760      Size: 23 x 20 inches
Published: Augsburg
Description: Visually stunning map of the Baltic States with rich original colour. Shows modern day Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia. Embellished with an elaborate cartouche.
Map Ref: RUS2204
Cartographer: Joseph Meyer
Title: : Die Russischen Ost-See-Provinzen Livland Ehstland und Kurland
Date: 1850      Size: 14 x 19 inches
Published: Hildburghausen
Description: Latvia, Estonia and part of Lithuania, Belarus, and Russia. Inset maps of Riga, Jelgava and Tallinn. Original hand colour.
Map Ref: RUS2480
Cartographer: A. Simon
Title: : Libau. (1879) (Russie)
Date: 1879      Size: 18 x 12 inches
Published: Paris
Description: Plan of the harbour at Liepāja, an important port in Latvia due to it being ice-free. Printed colour.
Map Ref: RUS2368
Cartographer: A. Simon
Title: : Riga
Date: 1881      Size: 40 x 14 inches
Published: Paris
Description: Map of Riga, Latvia, emphasizing the facilities of its port. SL.
Map Ref: RUS2361
Cartographer: Letts & Son
Title: : Russia [Sheet No 3 - The Baltic States]
Date: 1882      Size: 16 x 14 inches
Published: London
Description: Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, mapped with a number of features including populations, lighthouses, and historical battle sites.
Map Ref: RUS2435
Cartographer: Pharus
Title: : Reval
Date: c. 1920      Size: 23 x 16 inches
Published: Berlin
Description: City plan of Tallinn, capital of Estonia. On this plan called Reval, the name by which it was more commonly known after World War I. Printed colour.
Map Ref: RUS2625
Cartographer: Claudius Ptolemy
Title: : Octava Europe Tabula
Date: 1490      Size: 21 x 15 inches
Published: Rome
Description: Very early incunable map showing European Russia and the Baltic States as the region was known during the classical period. Published in the famed Rome edition of Ptolemy's 'Geographia'.
Map Ref: RUS2512
Cartographer: Claudius Ptolemy
Title: : [Eastern Europe and Russia]
Date: 1535      Size: 19 x 13 inches
Published: Lyon
Description: Ptolemaic woodcut map of eastern Poland, European Russia, and the Baltics from the 1535 printing of Ptolemy's "Geographia", edited by Michael Servetus and published by Gaspar & Melchior Treschel.
Map Ref: RUS2532
Cartographer: Sebastian Munster
Title: : De Polonia
Date: 1558      Size: 7 x 11 inches
Published: Basel
Description: Russia in Europe from the seminal 16th century work, the 'Cosmographia'.
Map Ref: RUS2390
Cartographer: Giacomo Gastaldi
Title: : [Muscovy]
Date: 1562      Size: 15 x 11 inches
Published: Venice
Description: Muscovy. Rare black and white copper engraved map of the "Lafreri" School. Showing illustrated figures of inhabitants of this mysterious land. Tipped into extended margins as issued by the publisher.
Map Ref: RUS1110
Cartographer: G. & C. De Jode
Title: : Livoniae Provinciae ac Eivs - Moscoviae Maximi Amplissimi Qve Dvcatvs
Date: 1593      Size: 20 x 13 inches
Published: Antwerp
Description: Rare double map of Livonia and Muscovy. Russia is based on the map of Anthony Jenkinson, English Ambasador to the Tsar.
Map Ref: RUS1783
Cartographer: Matthias Quad
Title: : Moscoviae Imperium
Date: 1600      Size: 12 x 9 inches
Published: Cologne
Description: Early copper-engraved map of the Empire of Muscovy (modern-day Russia) from the Baltic Sea to the Urals.
Map Ref: RUS2571
Cartographer: Petrus Bertius
Title: : Russia
Date: 1616      Size: 5 x 4 inches
Published: Amsterdam
Description: Moscovia. Miniature map. Coloured.
Map Ref: RUS2254