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Russia in Asia

Antique rare maps of Russia in Asia





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1542 - Tabula Asiae II

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Rare first edition of Munster's Ptolemaic map of part of the Ukraine and the region between the Black Sea and Caspian Sea extending south to include all of Armenia Maior and part of Armenia Minoris. Shows Noahs Arc in the Caspian Sea, believed to have...


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1548 - Tabula Asiae II ((Ukraine, Russia, Georgia, Armenia)

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Fine example of Gastaldi's map of Ukraine, Russia, Georgia, Armenia and neighboring regions, based upon the work of Claudius Ptolemy. Giacomo Gastaldi's Atlas of 1548 has been called the most comprehensive atlas produced between Martin...


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1706 - Carte De Tartarie dressee sur les Relations . . . 1706

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Nice example of this detailed map of Tartary, consisting of the Eastern part of Russia, Central Asia, China and Korea, first published by Nicholas De L'Isle in 1706. The map extends from the Peninsula of Korea in the east to the Caspian and Black...


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1610 - Turcici Imperii Imago [shows Cyprus]

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Fine Map of the Ottoman Empire from the Mercator-Hondius Atlas Striking example of this map of the Ottoman Empire, showing their territories in the Balkans, Anatolia, the Levant, the Arabian Peninsula, and North Africa. It was published by Henricus...


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1610 - Turcici imperii imago shows cyprus hondius

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Fine Map of the Ottoman Empire from the Mercator-Hondius Atlas Striking example of this map of the Ottoman Empire, showing their territories in the Balkans, Anatolia, the Levant, the Arabian Peninsula, and North Africa. It was published by Henricus...


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1610 - Turcici imperii imago shows cyprus hondius

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Fine Map of the Ottoman Empire from the Mercator-Hondius Atlas Striking example of this map of the Ottoman Empire, showing their territories in the Balkans, Anatolia, the Levant, the Arabian Peninsula, and North Africa. It was published by Henricus...


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1561 - Il Disegno Della Terza Parte Dell' Asia

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First State of the Most Influential Map of Eastern Asia Published in the Sixteenth Century Rare and highly influential map of India, China, and Southeast Asia by Giacomo Gastaldi, one of the most celebrated Italian cartographers of the sixteenth...


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1542 - Tabula Asiae VII [Iran, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhastan, Pakistan, India]

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Nice example of Munster's Ptolemaic map of the region north and east of the Black Sea and the Persian Gulf, extending to the Imaus Mountains. The map is unchanged from the 1540 first edition of this landmark work. Munster's Geographia was a...


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1542 - [Black & Caspian Sea Region] Tabula Asiae III

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Nice example of Munster's Ptolemaic map of the region between the Black Sea and Caspian Sea extending south to include all of Armenia Maior and part of Armenia Minoris. The map is centered on the modern countries of Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan....


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1593 - Primae Partis Asiae accurata delineatio… [shows Cyprus]

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De Jode's edition of Giacomo Gastaldi's Landmark Map of The Middle East and Asia Minor. Old color example of De Jode's highly desirable map of the region, bounded by the Black Sea and Mediterranean in the West and Afganistan and Central Asia in the...


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1612 - Tartaria

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Nice example of this early state of Barent Langenes's map of Tartaria, which first appeared in the 1598 edition of Langenes's Caert-Thresoor, published in Middelburg. Langenes's map was first issued in his Caert-Thresoor and later re-published by...


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1638 - Tartaria sive Magni Chami Imperium

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An attractive antique map of China, Tartary, and Central Asia. This map covers a vast area in intriguing detail which reflects European knowledge about the world at the time during which it was made. The detail shown includes many rivers, mountain...


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1638 - Tartaria sive Magni Chami Imperium

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An attractive antique map of China, Tartary, and Central Asia. This map covers a vast area in intriguing detail which reflects European knowledge about the world at the time during which it was made. The detail shown includes many rivers, mountain...


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1640 - Tartaria sive Magni Chami Imperium

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Nice example of Blaeu's map of China, Tartary and Central Asia, extending from Mongolia and Xanadu to the Caspian and the Volga River, and to Tibet and the Upper Ganges River. The Great Wall of China appears prominently.


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1654 - Description De La Tartarie tiree en partie de plusiurs Cartes, qui en ont este faictes en parte diverses Relations et de divers Autheurs Arabes . . . 1654 [Korea as an Island]

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Early French map of Tartary, extending from the Caspian to Korey Isle (the Island of Korea). One of the earliest detailed maps of the region published in France. The map was prepared by Pierre Marriete for Sanson's Cartes Generales de Toutes les...


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1680 - Magnae Tartariae Magni Mogolis Imperii Iaponiae et Chinae Nova Descriptio

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Nice old color example of De Wit's map of Northeastern Asia, extending from the Island of Formosa, the Ganges, and the eastern part of the Caspian to Yedso, Tartaria, Siberia and Molgomzaia in Russian Asia in North. The Great Wall of China is shown,...