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Tartary - Mongolia

Location: 1644
Amsterdam, 1644 - 380 x 500 mm.
A detailed and decorative map of Tartary and the northern part of China. The very northern tip of Korea included. The Chinese Great Wall is depicted, with Central Asia, extending from Mongolia and Xan..
500€
Location: 1699
Amsterdam, 1699 - 498 x 595 mm.
This map is particularly significant for its depiction of Russia, Siberia, and parts of Chinese Tartary, taken from the great six-sheet map by Nicolas Witsen, 1687. The importance of the Witsen map fo..
1,700€
Location: 1770
Paris, 1770 - 290 x 357 mm.
Three maps on one sheet. Depicting three maps centered on mainland China, Hokkaido and Kamtschadka in three different visions...
400€
Location: 1779
Paris, 1779 - 290 x 357 mm.
Three maps on one sheet. Depicting three maps centered on mainland China, Hokkaido and Kamtschadka in three different visions...
175€
Location: 1808
London, Boydell and Co., 1808 - 289 x 414 mm.
Balagans or summer habitations, with the method of drying fish at St. Peter and Paul, Kamtschatka, taken from "Views in the South Seas" being a very important and early views depicting scenes encounte..
1,600€
Location: 1808
London, Boydell and Co., 1808 - 281 x 412 mm.
The narta, or Sledge for burdens in Kamtschatka, taken from "Views in the South Seas" being a very important and early views depicting scenes encountered while employed as draughtsman on Cook's third ..
1,600€
Location: 1864
London, Edward Stanford, 1864 - 330 x 390 mm.
Very detailed steel engraved map of Siberia, including the peninsular of Kamchatka. Relief shown by hachures.The map is based after Piadischev, Lutke and others.Engraved by J. and C. Walker and publis..
80€
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