Antique rare maps of Poland


1836 - Prussian States

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Attractive engraved antique map of Prussia (part of modern-day Poland and Germany), published by David Burr in New York in 1836. The map extends from the Lower Rhine in the west to central Poland in the east. Numerous towns are named, such as Leipzig,...


1945 - (Second World War - Eastern Front) [The Soviet Encirclement of Konigsberg]

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Color-printed German map of East Prussia, with extensive manuscript additions in a Soviet hand noting the troop movements during the East Prussia Offensive and encirclement of Konigsberg. The Red Army movements are shown in red pencil, Wehrmacht...


1944 - Allied Bombers Aid Red Army

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Anti-Nazi Propaganda Broadside Published in the British Empire Fascinating WWII broadside propaganda map, published in India, in order to keep the local populous informed about the War. The map provides a graphic overview of the Allied bombing...


1478 - (Poland, Baltic, Russia, Ukraine) Octava Europe Tabula

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The Earliest Obtainable Map of the Poland, the Baltic, Russia & Ukraine Region Important early map of Northeastern Europe, from the Baltic to the Sea of Azoff and the Danube, which first appeared in the 1478 Rome edition of Ptolemy's Geography,...


1511 - Octava Europae Tabula [Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Baltic]

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Sylvanus' map of Poland, the Baltic, Russia and Ukraine, extending south to the Black Sea and west to the Vistula. Sylvanus's map is one of the earliest obtainable maps of the region and the first printed in two colors. The map appeared in Sylvanus'...


1513 - Octava Europe Tabula [Baltic, Scandinavia, Poland & Eastern Europe]

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Nice old color example of Waldseemuller's map of Eastern Europe, extending from the Black Sea to Scandinavia and the Baltic Regions, centered on Russia and the Ukraine. The map includes a number of written notes in a contemporary hand. The map is...


1525 - Baltic, Poland, Ukraine, Russia) Tabula VIII Europe (title on verso)

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A Rare Early Fries Edition Detailed map of the region between the Baltic and Caspian Seas, from the 1525 edition of Fries Geographia. Lorenz (Laurent) Fries was born in Alsace in about 1490. He studied medicine, apparently spending time at the...


1525 - [Poland, Russia & Hungary etc]

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One of the Earliest Obtainable Modern Maps of Poland, European Russia, Hungary & Eastern Europe Important early modern map of Poland, Russia, Hungary and Transylvania, from the 1525 edition of Fries' Geographia. The publisher of this edition,...


1535 - (Ukraine, Poland, Russia, Georgia, Armenia) Tabula II Asiae

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Detailed map of the region north of Black Sea and west of the Caspian, from the 1535 edition of Fries Geographia. The publisher of this edition, Michael Villanovus (or Servetus), was tried by Calvin for heresy and burned at the stake with several of...


1542 - Polonia et Ungaria XV Nova Tabula

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The Earliest Obtainable Map of Poland, Ukraine, Belarus, Hungary, etc. Rare early state of Munster's map of Poland, Lithuania, the Ukraine, Moscovy and the Balkans, extending from Prussia, Vilna and Smolensky in the north to Bosnia, Bulgaria,...


1548 - Polonia et Hungaria Nova Tabula

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Nice example of one of the earliest obtainable modern maps of Poland, Lithuania and Hungary, published in Venice by Gastaldi. Gastaldi's maps are considered important early maps for regional collectors. Giacomo Gastaldi was one of the most important...


1548 - Prussia Et Livonia Nova

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One of the Earliest Obtainable Modern Maps of the Baltic Region Nice example of Gastaldi's map of the region bounded by the Vistula River and Prussia in the west, Livonia in the east, and Lithuania in the southeast. The map is centered on Riga and...


1566 - [Poland, Croatia, Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Romania, Ukraine, Bulgaria] (La discrittione della Transylvania et parte del l'Ungaria, et il simil della Romania)

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Middle section of Paolo Forlani's rare 3-sheet map, covering South Poland, Croatia, Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Romania, Ukraine, Bulgaria, with Transylvania in the center. Krakow appears in the north, with the Danube River crossing from the northwest...


1579 - Moraviae, Quae Olim Marcomannorum Sedes Corographia . . .

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Fine old color example of the Ortelius map of Moravia, showing fortified cities, towns, rivers, etc. Large strapwork cartouche, title banner and smaller cartouche. From Ortelius' Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, the first modern atlas of the World.


1584 - Poloniae Finitimarumque locorum descriptio Auctore Wencelslao Godreccio

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Decorative example of Ortelius' first map of Poland, from Ortelius' Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, the first modern atlas of the World. This map is based upon the map of Godrecki which was first published in 1558. One of the earliest modern maps of Poland.


1592 - Ducatus Oswieczensis & Zatoriensis descriptio 1592

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Detailed map of Southern Poland and the from the Wesel River in the north to the Carpathian Mountains in the south, centered on Auschwitz. Matthaus Quad was a German cartographer based in Cologne. The map appeared in several Geographical works...