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Selected Maps: 1 to 16 of 51

Cartographer: Claudius Ptolemy
Title: : Septima Asiae Tabula
Date: 1490      Size: 20 x 12 inches
Published: Rome
Description: RARE map of Eastern Russia. Caspian Sea and Central Asia from the famed Rome edition of Ptolemy's 'Geographia'.
Map Ref: RUS1173
Cartographer: Claudius Ptolemy
Title: : [Tabula Secunda Asiae]
Date: 1541      Size: 18 x 13 inches
Published: Vienne
Description: Ptolemaic woodcut map of Sarmatia, a historical region of Asiatic Russia between the River Don and the Volga. From the 1541 edition of Ptolemy's 'Geographia' with maps by Waldseemuller/Fries.
Map Ref: RUS1619
Cartographer: Carolus Allard
Title: : Tartaria, sive Magni Chami Imperium
Date: 1699      Size: 24 x 20 inches
Published: Amsterdam
Description: Beautiful and important map of Central Asia, Mongolia, Siberia, and northern China. known at the time as Tartary or the Empire of the Great Khan. The Silk Road network is mapped. Original hand-colour.
Map Ref: RUS2576
Cartographer: Covens & Mortier
Title: : La Grande Tartarie
Date: c. 1730      Size: 12 x 9 inches
Published: Amsterdam
Description: Attractive map of northern China, Central Asia, Mongolia, Siberia and Muscovy. Based on de L'Isle's map of Tartary. Original hand colour.
Map Ref: RUS2593
Cartographer: Emanuel Bowen
Title: : A Map of Capt. Beerings' Travels from Tobolskoy to Kamchatka between the years 1725 & 1730
Date: c. 1745      Size: 21 x 9 inches
Published: London
Description: Beautiful copper-engraved map showing Captain Vitus Jonassen Bering's first expedition across Siberia fromTobolsk to the Kamchatka Peninsula, a distance of over 5,000 miles. Whimsical decorative cartouche.
Map Ref: RUS2449
Cartographer: Emanuel Bowen
Title: : An Exact Chart of All the Countries through which Capt. Behring Travelled from Tobolski Capital of Siberia to the Country of Kamtschatka
Date: 1748      Size: 13 x 8 inches
Published: London
Description: Map of explorered regions of Siberia to Kamchatka by Danish explorer Captain Vitus Bering (1681-1741) during the First Kamchatka Expedition (1725-39) and the Great Northern Expedition (1733-43) during which the "Bering Strait" was named in honour of him.
Map Ref: RUS1867
Cartographer: Jacques-Nicolas Bellin
Title: : Suite de la Carte de La Siberie Et le Pays de Kamtschatka
Date: 1748      Size: 11 x 10 inches
Published: Paris
Description: Siberia, charting Russia's 17th century exploratory routes through the Sea of Okhotsk and across the East Siberian Sea, with an expansionist aim to claim Kamchatka. Coloured.
Map Ref: RUS2433
Cartographer: Jacques-Nicolas Bellin
Title: : Carte de Kamchatka
Date: c. 1750      Size: 12 x 20 inches
Published: Paris
Description: Unusual map of Kamchatka. Coloured.
Map Ref: RUS2436
Cartographer: Jonas Hanway
Title: : A Map of Some Provinces in Siberia, and the Borders towards China, being an Appendage to the Map of ye Russian Frontiers, as Surveyed by the Russians 1747
Date: 1753      Size: 10 x 10 inches
Published: London
Description: Route map to accompany the explorative works of Jonas Hanway as he travelled through central Russia. Includes cities Krasnoyarsk, Tomsk, and Novokuznetsk.
Map Ref: RUS2343
Cartographer: Jonas Hanway
Title: : A Plain Chart of the Caspian Sea
Date: 1753      Size: 21 x 14 inches
Published: London
Description: Chart of the Caspian Sea to accompany the explorative works of an English explorer and philanthropist Jonas Hanway (1712-1786) during his time employed by The Muscovy Company.
Map Ref: RUS2347
Cartographer: Tobias Conrad Lotter
Title: : Imperium Russicum Omnisque Tartaria
Date: c. 1755      Size: 5 x 4 inches
Published: Augsburg
Description: Miniature map focusing on Siberia, eastern Asia together with Japan and Korea. Sakhalin Island and the Kamchatka Peninsula are also shown. Original hand colour.
Map Ref: RUS2621
Cartographer: Andrew Dury
Title: : Russia in Asia | Russie en Asiatique
Date: 1761      Size: 5 x 4 inches
Published: London
Description: Miniature 18th Century atlas map of Asiatic Russia with part of Mongolia, China and Japan. Original outline colour.
Map Ref: RUS2618
Cartographer: London Magazine
Title: : A Map of the Northeast coast of Asia and the Northwest coast of America with the late Russian Discoveries
Date: 1764      Size: 9 x 7 inches
Published: London
Description: Small map of the Behring Straits with the geographical emphasis on the Asian coast showing the results of the Russian Northern Expeditions. Coloured.
Map Ref: RUS2505
Cartographer: Guillaume De L'Isle
Title: : Carte de Tartarie
Date: 1766      Size: 21 x 17 inches
Published: Paris
Description: De L'Isle's extraordinary map covering the huge expanse from the Baltic and Black Seas to China and showing the extensive network of trade routes which formed the Silk Road. Original hand-colour.
Map Ref: RUS2626
Cartographer: London Magazine
Title: : The Northern Archipelago or New Discover'd Islands in the Seas of Kamtschatka & Anadir
Date: 1771      Size: 9 x 7 inches
Published: London
Description: Kamchatka, the Bering Strait, and the newly-discovered Aleutian Islands off the coast of Alaska. Coloured.
Map Ref: RUS2551
Cartographer: Robert de Vaugondy
Title: : Carte des parties Nord et est de L'Asie
Date: 1772      Size: 15 x 12 inches
Published: Paris
Description: North and East coasts of Asia, showing most of Siberia, Kamchatka, Japan, and the Bering Strait. Four large inset maps show sections of the west coast of America, including California and Alaska. Coloured.
Map Ref: RUS2486