Maker: E. Andriveau-Goujon.
Antique map of Poland by E. Andriveau-Goujon, 1860. The title translates to "Poland, Ancient & Modern, with the indication of its various divisions." The blue area indicates territory ruled by Russia, pink area is Prussia, and yellow is Austria. Shows rivers, some topography, majors towns and cities. This map covers the areas between Dresden and Berlin on the west to Kiev and Smolensk on the East, and Cape Kolka in the north to Vienna in the south. The modern countries are Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, and parts of Ukraine, Belarus, Slovakia, Austria, Czechia, and Germany. Very good condition with center fold as issued. A few minor tiny spots, very light image transfer, and mild toning mostly at the outer paper edges. Measures approx. 19.25 x 22.25 inches to the outer border line.
Item Number: EUR2583