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ADAMS, John, 1750?-1814 : NORTHERN PART OF RUSSIA IN EUROPE.
London : W. Darton & J. Harvey, 1804. An uncommon antique map – the northern part of Russia, from the Barents Sea south to St. Petersburg, Vologda and beyond. Originally produced for Adams’ “The Young Lady’s and Gentleman’s Atlas”.
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KEIZER, Jacob & LAT, Jan de : T ZUIDER-DEEL VAN MOSCOVIE. NA DE STELLING VAN G. DE LISLE ...
Almelo & Deventer : . An uncommon antique map – Moscow and its environs, with the terrain south to the Black Sea. Originally produced for the “Atlas Portatif Tres Exact” published by the engraver Jacob Keizer and the bookseller Jan de Lat in 1747.
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RAPKIN, John, 1813-1899 : RUSSIA IN EUROPE.
London : J. & F. Tallis, [ca.1848]. A most attractive mid-nineteenth century map – Russia from the Arctic Circle south to the Black Sea and the Caspian – the map set in an ornamental border and decorated with vignette views of St. Petersburg, etc. The map was drawn and engraved by John Rapkin, with the additional decorative work engraved by Thomas Fleming from designs by Alfred H. Wray.
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