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(Map) Chart of the Baltic from Admiralty & Russian Surveys

by Desilver, Charles

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Philadelphia: Charles Desilver, 1856. Very good lithographed map in original duall-tone color, with the Baltic Sea central to the imate. Decorative border, with image measuring 14.75 x 23.5 inches, and insets of: Cronstadt and St. Petersburg, Sveaborg, Port Baltic, Chart of Reval and Riga. Minimal browning at margins, centerfold as issued, from Desilver's "A New Universal Atlas" in 1856 (largely a reissue of SA Mitchell's 1846 atlas of the same title). Rather detailed in terms of major sea ports surrounding the Baltic, incluiding Scandinavia, going west to the Strait of Dover, and east to the Gulf of Bothnia. .
  • Bookseller: The Prime Meridian: Antique Maps & Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 3470
  • Title: (Map) Chart of the Baltic from Admiralty & Russian Surveys
  • Author: Desilver, Charles
  • Book condition: Used
  • Publisher: Charles Desilver
  • Place: Philadelphia
  • Date published: 1856
  • Keywords: Maps, Map, Atlases, universal Atlas, Baltic Sea, Europe, Scandinavia, Cartography, Geography
  • Bookseller catalogs: D. Maps--General;


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