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(Map of Caspian Sea & Environs): Nova et Accuratissima Maris Caspii...petri Alexii Filii. Magni Russorum Emper by  GM Seutter - 1740 - from The Prime Meridian: Antique Maps & Books and Biblio.com

(Map of Caspian Sea & Environs): Nova et Accuratissima Maris Caspii...petri Alexii Filii. Magni Russorum Emper

by Seutter, GM

Condition: See description


Augsburg: Seutter, 1740. VG+, copperplate engraving with original hand coloring (color similar to Homann, with whom Seutter apprenticed before going out on his own in about 1707). There is minimal right marginal soling, but the image and color are exceptionally bright. Decorative cartouche, as usual, probably an allegorical representation of imperial Russia. The map measures 19.25x22.5 inches. .


  • Bookseller: The Prime Meridian: Antique Maps & Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 1673
  • Title: (Map of Caspian Sea & Environs): Nova et Accuratissima Maris Caspii...petri Alexii Filii. Magni Russorum Emper
  • Author: Seutter, GM
  • Book condition: Used
  • Publisher: Seutter
  • Place: Augsburg
  • Date published: 1740
  • Keywords: Maps, map, atlas, Caspian Sea, Turkey, Asia, Russia, Iran, Persia, cartography, Geography
  • Bookseller catalogs: D. Maps--General;


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