D’Anville, Jean Baptiste Bourguignon /Sayer, Robert. The European Part Of The Russian Empire With The Several Countries That Are The Theatre Of War Between The Turks And The Russians/The Asiatic Part Of The Russian Empire With The Adjacent Coast Of North America From D’Anville’s Map. Published in Robert Sayer’s “General Atlas” London, 1772.
A large and detailed map of the Russian Empire extending from Germany to the Sea of Kamchatka. Highly detailed with full of topographical notes, military stations throughout Siberia and Indigenous settlements, this large scale map was based on D’Anville’s map of the region. There are interesting notations such as “note “Some pretend that this Land may be seen from Bering’s Island.”
Map Condition: Small hole to Lapland, archival tape repairs to folds verso, margin chips, large repaired tear lower right but still good. Map Type: Copper engraved map hand coloured in outline
Stock No: 1434
Cartographer: D’Anville, Jean Baptiste Bourguignon /Sayer, Robert.
Height (in): 18-1/2″– 46.9 cm.
Width (in): 49-1/2″-125.7 cm.