Large, old coloured map of the western part of Russia by Guillaume de l'Isle. The map is printed on two sheets, below size is for one sheet each. If joined, the size of the map is 97cm x 62cm. This is the Covens & Mortiers edition of the richly detailed map by G. de l'Isle. It shows the area from Murmansk in the northwest, the White Sea, Lake Onega, Lake Ladoga with St. Petersburg, up to the Pechora River in the northeast. In the southeast, the map reaches the northern tip of the Caspian Sea. A beautiful title cartouche to the upper right.
|Cartographer||Guillaume de l'Isle|
|Title||Carte de Moscovie. Dressee par Guillaume De l'Isle...|
|Publisher, Year||Covens & Mortier, Amsterdam, circa 1730|
|Plate Size||49.0 x 61.5 cm (19.3 x 24.2 inches)|
|Sheet Size||53.0 x 63.0 cm (20.9 x 24.8 inches)|
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