Maps: 1818 - 1826
1819 John Cary:
"POLAND DIVIDED
ACCORDING TO THE
CONGRESS OF
VIENNA," London, 11.5
x 9.5 inches.  
From
www.raremaps.com.
1818 Lewis Hebert (geographer/draftsman) - Samuel
Neele
(engraver) - Thomas Dobson (American publisher):  
"POLAND," Philadelphia, 21 x 28 inches / 85 x 59 cm.,
from "Pinkerton’s Modern Atlas."
1819 James Wyld  (artist)
- N.R. Hewitt
(engraver) -
John Thompson

(publisher)
: "POLAND,"
Edinburgh, 14 x 10.5
inches / 36 x 27 cm.  
Wyld took over Fadden's
business.
From
www.alexandremaps.com
1820 Vasilii Petrovich Pyadyshev (Pedischeff, Piadischeff, Piadyshev, Piadishev, Pyatychev: 1768-1835): "Atlas geographique de l'Empire de Russe, du Royaume de Pologne et du Grand
Duche Finlande..." (83 sheets), St. Petersburg, Russian Topographical Depot, 1820-27, 1829, 1834. Below are a number of high-resolution maps, of Russian Guberniyas as of 1820.
Information in Polish and Russian.
From wikipedia and easteurotopo.org
Estland - Estonia g.
Grodno g.
Kurland g.
Livonia g.
Minsk g.
Kingdom of Poland.
Pskov g.
St. Petersburg g.
Vilna g.
1821 C. Brightly & E.
Kennersley
(publishers):
"POLAND, Shewing the
Claims of RUSSIA,
PRUSSIA  and AUSTRIA.
From the best
Authorities," Bungay,
Suffolk, England, 8 x 7
inches / 21 x 17 cm.
From eBay 2003
1821-24 B. Smith
(engraver) - Alex Macredie
(Publisher): "POLAND
Drawn and Engraved for
Playfair's Atlas," Edin-
burgh, 21 x 17.5 inches.
Playfair invented four
types of diagrams: the line
graph and bar chart of
economic data, the pie
chart and circle graph!
From www.raremaps.com
1824 Aristide Michel  
Perrot: "Carte ...de
Napoleon et de la Grande
Armee...," 13.8 x 18.5
inches/ 35.0 x 47.0 cm,
by Comte Philipp-Paul de
Segur, aide-de-camp to
Napoleon, and created to
enable the French public
to follow the Napoleonic
wars.
From www.swaen.com
1825 George Ellis: "POLAND,"
Westminster, 27 x 23 cm., from "Ellis's
General Atlas of the World, with the
Latest Discoveries and New Continental
Alterations," published in editions of 1811
and 1825.
From www.miklianmaps.com
1820 Robert Wilkinson: "POLAND," 13 x 10 inches
/ 33 x 26 cm, from "Wilkinson's General Atlas of
the World," 2nd Edition. Many maps in this
edition are dated back to 1809.
Compare this
version of his map of Poland with the 1810 and 1814
versions on the previous page.
From Albion Prints.
c. 1820 (Anon.): "A.6 [Lithuania/
Poland]," Paris, 19.3 x 30.9 inches / 49
x 78.5 cm, 20-segment folding map
pasted on linen.
 From www.swaen.com
C. Gros (mapmaker) - John Walker (engraver) - M. Cary
& Son
(publisher): "Map of Poland, Prussia and
Hungary..," Philadelphia, 30 x 33 cm, from
"Lavoisine's Historical Atlas," first published 1814 in
London by John Barfield. Two versions, both based on
the 1817 London edition, with corrections and
additions. The 1820 version still has Barfield as the
publisher, on the map.
c. 1820 (Anon.) folding map of Central
Europe, Paris, perhaps produced by the
samepublisher as the map to the left.
From cesgia, on eBay
1821 James V. Seaman
(pubisher): "POLAND as
Divided," New York, 19 x
22 cm, from the 26-map
"A new general atlas,
chiefly intended for the
use of schools and private
libraries."
From
www.davidrumsey.com
1825 Philippe Marie Vandermaelen:  
"EUROPE No,9. PARTIE DE LA RUSSIE,"
Brussels, 20 x 18 inches. From Vander-
maelen's remarkable six-volume atlas,
which if combined as globe gores, forms an
immense globe. See the 1827 map for
comparison.
From www.raremaps.com
1819 Adolf Steiler
(editor) - F. Hase
(engraver): "OSTSEE-
LAENDER von der
Oder bis zur Newa,"
Gotha, 36 x 30 cm,
from his "Hand-Atlas,"
published by Justus
Perthes.
From
www.davidrumsey.com
1821 John Souter (editor)
- T. Tyler
(engraver):
"POLAND," London, 8
1/4 x 7 1/4 inches, from
"Clark's New School
Maps."
From
antiquemapsandprints on eBay
1818 Robert Wilkinson:    
"POLAND," London, 9 x
11 inches, from the 1818
edition of his "General
Atlas of the World"
despite the map's date of
1814. Compare with the
1820 version.
From Pacific
Shore Maps: psmaps on eBay
1824 Tranquillo Mollo:
"Polen nach den Letzten
Friedenschlüssen, nebst
den angränzenden Länd-
ern"
("Poland after the
last treaties, and adjacent
countries")
, Vienna, from
his "lehrbuch der
Geographie, 2nd Ed., pg
90.
From www.bergbook.com
Dated 1820
www.davidrumsey.com   
1823 Dite De Crozat:
"Pologne," Paris, 6 x 6.75
inches, from his "Géo-
graphie Universelle."
From www.jpmaps.co.uk
Vitebsk g.
Mogilevskoi g.
1824 [dated 1823] Aristide Michel  Perrot
(geographer/mapmaker)
- Madame Adrien
Migneret
(engraver) : ""POLOGNE," Paris,
5.5 x 4.5 inches, steelplate from "la
Geographie par Thierry." Note engraved
wild boar, behive, oak leaves, sword, etc.,
as well as two national heroes: Sobieski
and Kosciusko.
From www.raremaps.com
1819 [dated] John Cary
(engraver/mapseller) -
William Faden
(publisher):
"A New Map of Poland and
the Grand Duchy of
Lithuania..," London, 54
x 60 cm, based on Rizzi-
Zannoni's 1772 24-sheet
map.
From Harvard Map
Library:https://library.harvard.
edu/map
1823 Fielding Lucas Jr. (engraver/
cartographer/publisher)
: "POLAND,"
Baltimore, 12 x 8.5 inches, from "A
General Atlas Containing Distinct Maps Of
all the known Countries in the World."
Note "New East Prussia," "Kingdom of
Poland," and "Lithuania, labeled over New
East Prussia.
From www.raremaps.com
1822 Friedrich Haller von Hallerstein
(geographer/cartographer) - Friedrich
Campe
(publisher): "Charte vom Konig-
reich Preussen und Polen," Nurnberg, 25 x
29 cm, from "Neuer Hand-Atlas uber alle
Theile der Erde..."
From
www.davidrumsey.com
1825 Gerard Lemaitre
(engraver): "Carte
Générale de la Pologne,"
Paris, 21.6 x 20.1 cm.
Reproduced in 1840 and
1879, crediting Theodore
Delsol -- born 1819, as
the engraver.
From cesgia
on eBay
1818 William Guthrie (geographer/publisher) : "Poland
from the Best Authorities," London, image 8.25 x 7
inches, in two examples from "An Atlas to Guthrie"s
Geographical Grammar."
firefreak54 on eBay
www.antique-maps-online.co.uk
Dated 1821
www.jpmaps.co.uk
www.geographicus.com
University of Wisconsin,
Milwaukee, Libraries:
https://collections.
lib.uwm.edu/
c. 1823 James Wyld (geographer/
engraver)
: "A Map of the Kingdom of
Poland, Describing its Ancient Limits with
the Dismemberments; Likewise its Present
Boundary as Settled by Act of Congress at
Vienna..," London, 23.5 x 21 inches.
originally published with a different title
by William Faden in 1799, which itself
was based on Rizzi-Zannoni's 24-sheet map
of 1772. See the dated 1838 and 1843
versions.
From www.raremaps.com
1820 Luigi Rossi (historian) - Giuseppe
Canini (engraver) - Carlo Antonio
Barbiellini
(publisher): "La Polonia colle
Divisioni..," Milan, from "Nuovo atlante di
geografia universale."
From www.swaen.com
c. 1820 Johann Dreyer (mapmaker):
"KARTE von KURLAND," Mitau, 35 x 26
cm.
From Münster Univ.- und Landesbibliothek,
Map Collection August von Haxthausen:
https://sammlungen.ulb. uni-muenster.de/
1821 [dated 1819]
Thomas Starling
(engraver) - William
Faden
(publisher): "The
Kingdom of Poland with
its Ancient & Present
Limits," London, 11 x 13
cm., from the second
edition of the pocket-size
school atlas "Atlas
minimus universalis..."
From www.davidrumsey.com
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