"Russia in Europe", Thomson, John
Subject: Eastern Europe, Russia
Period: 1811 (circa)
Publication: New General Atlas
Color: Hand Color
19.4 x 23.3 inches
49.3 x 59.2 cm
A detailed map of the Russian possessions between the Baltic, Black and White Seas, extending east to the Ural Mountains. The Russian empire encompasses the Ukraine, Belarus and the Baltic states. There is excellent detail of the towns, rivers, and political boundaries in the region. This map was copied from John Pinkerton's map, published in his Modern Atlas. Engraved by J. Moffat.
Original color on paper with "J. Whatman" watermark. There is light toning along the centerfold and minor soiling.