“Nieuwe kaart van Muskovie of Rusland na de laatste ontdekking int licht gebracht ” [New map of Muskovie or Russia brought to light after the latest discovery], copper engraving made by J. Keizer, 1734, published in the “Nieuwe en Beknopte Hand-Atlas, bestaande in eene Verzameling van eenige der algemeenste en nodigste Landkaarten” [New and Concise Hand Atlas, existing of a collection of some of the most common and necessary Maps], by Isaak Tirion of Amsterdam in 1740 or later. With original hand colouring. Size: 29 x 35 cm.
Detailed map of the European part of the Russian Empire between Finland, the Ural Mountains, the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea.
Isaak Tirion (1705 – 1765) was a Dutch bookseller and publisher with his business in Amsterdam, initially on the Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal, later in the more prestigious Kalverstraat. He has published many books, recurring publications and magazines, including many topographical works.
Price: Euro 325,-