Russia in Asia

Antique rare maps of Russia in Asia


1774 - Essai D'Une Carte Polaire Arctique Construite d'apres toutes les connoissances les plus nouvelles pour servir aux Navigations et aux Decourvertes a faire dans la mer Glaciale . . . 1774

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A Cartographic Landmark -- De Vaugondy's Presentation to the French Royal Academy on the Most Practicable Sailing Routes to the Pacific via the North Polar Regions Extremely rare polar map produced to illustrate a presentation made by Didier Robert...


1775 - The Russian Discoveries, from the Map Published by the Imperial Academy of St. Petersburg . . . 1775

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Fine English edition of Muller's map of the Northwest Coast of America and Northeast Coast of Asia, based upon reports from J.N. De L'Isle in St. Petersburg and others. Includes a massive conjectural land mass approximating the Alaskan Archipelago and...


1775 - The Northern Archipelago or New Discover'd Islands in the Seas of Kamtschatka & Anadir.

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Rare early map depicting the Bering Strait and the newly discovered Aleutian Islands, shortly before the region was visited by Captain James Cook in 1778. In 1741, Vitus Bering, a Dane in the service of Russia, and Aleksei Chirikov, a Russian, sailed...


1784 - Chart of Norton Sound and of Bherings Strait made by the East Cape of Asia and the West Point of America

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Detailed charting of Cook's exploration of the Northwest Coast of America and the Northeast Coast of Asia. Includes daily tracks and a number of place names, showing the tracks of Cook's Voyage on a daily basis. Cook's Voyage to the region was one of...


1784 - Chart of the N.W. Coast of America and the N.E. Coast of Asia Explored in the Years 1778 and 1779. Prepared by Lieut. Heny. Roberts under the immediate Inspection of Capt Cook . . . 1784 (The Legendary Lost Chart of Captain James Cook)

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Fine, Famed Map of the North Pacific from Cook’s Third Voyage—First Edition! Rare, first edition of the so-called “lost” chart of Captain James Cook, published in 1784 by William Faden. The map illustrates in great detail the known and...


1784 - Chart of the NW Coast of America and the NE Coast of Asia explored in the Years 1778 & 1779 . . .

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Striking Map of the North Pacific From Cook’s Third Voyage Account Fine example of the map of the Northern Pacific and contiguous coasts of America and Asia, from the official account of Captain James Cook’s third voyage, published in London in...


1785 - Carte de la Cote N.O. de l'Amerique et de la Cote N.E. de l'Asie, Reconnues en 1778 et 1779. Les parties de la Cote d'Asie qui ne sont pas ombrees sont tirees d'une Carte Manuscrite que nous donnerent les Russes

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Finely engraved map of the North Pacific and contiguous coastlines of Alaska and Russia, published in the first French edition of the official account of James Cook's Third Voyage. The present map is of the utmost importance in the cartographic...


1788 - Le Coste Nord Ouest Dell' America e Nord Est Dell' Asia Delineate sulle ultime Observatizioni del Cap. Cook . . . 1788

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Nice old color example of Cassin's map of the Northwest Coast of America and Northeast Coast of Asia, showing Captain James Cook's tracks through the region. This is without doubt the most decorative map of the period covering this region. It also...


1796 - La Parte Orientale della Russia Asiatica Delineata…1796 [Includes Alaska]

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Decorative map of Siberia and Alaska from this scarce and highly decorative 18th Century atlas.


1796 - Carta Del Mar Pacifico Del Nord che comprende la Costa Nord-Est D'Asia e la Costanord Ouest D'America riconosciente nel 1778 e 79 dal Cap. Cook e partcolarmente ancora nell 1788 e 89 dal Capitano Gio Meares . . . 1796

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Scarce Italian published map of Alaska and the Northwest Coast of America and Northeast Coast of Asia, engraved to illustrate the Italian edition of the account John Meares Voyages to the Region. The map tracks both the journeys of Captain James...


1800 - Carte de La Cote Nord Ouest De L'Amerique Septentrionale Depuis La Presqu' Isle Aliaska Jusqu' A L'Entree De Nootka D'Apres Les Decouvertes Des Russes En 1784 et de Portlok et Dixon en 1786 et 87.

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Eastern sheet Wilbrecht's a rare 3-sheet map of the Russian Empire, depicting Alaska, the Northwest Coast of America and the West Coast of Canada, prior to the discovery of Vancouver Island, along with Kamchatka, Northeast Russia and Iezo. The map is...


1816 - Chart of the Northern Passage Between Asia & America

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Scarce map of the NW Passage, the NW Coast of America and NE Coast of Asia. The map extensively tracks the voyages of Captain James Cook beyond the Bering Straits on a nearly daily basis in 1778 and 1779. In the Arctic Sea, a note regarding McKenzie's...


1836 - [Map of Russian Possessions in North America] Карта Российскаго Владѣнія въ Сѣверной Америкѣ

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Extremely Rare Russian-Language Map of Russian America (Alaska). Detailed engraved map of Alaska, labeled "Russian Possessions", published in Saint Petersburg in 1836. This is one of very few contemporary Russian maps to focus specifically on Russian...


1839 - Russland zur Uebersicht dieses Staates von Julius Loewenberg

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Interesting map of Russia, including Russian America, published in Freiburg in 1839. Includes historical text below the map, covering the history of Russia.


1939 - Intourist Map of The Soviet Union and Europe Showing Principal Transportation Connections

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Interesting pictorial map of Europe an the Soviet Union, published by Intourist, promoting tourism in the Russia. The map shows major transit lines and charming monochromatic photos, with the verso giving different travel itineraries and general...


1635 - Tabula Russiae ex autographo, quod delineandum curavit Foedor filius Tzaris Borois desumta . . . MDCXIIII

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Decorative hand-colored example of Hessel Gerritsz's map of Russia, with the large inset of Moscow and plan of Archangelsckagoroda. Hessel Gerritsz's map of Russia, first issued 1613, was published by Blaeu after he acquired the plate following...