Maps: 1826 - 1850
1829 Tranquillo Mollo: "Polen nach den Letzten
Friedenschlüssen, nebst den angränzenden Ländern,"
33.5 x 46.3 cm, Vienna, in two versions.
1830 Engelmann &
Comp. (Printers): "Carte
Generale du Royaume de
1830 Pablo Alabern i
Moles: "REINO DE
1831 Daniel Lizars: POLAND AND LITHUANIA," Edinburgh, 20.5 x 16.5 inches / 52.1 x 41.9 cm, in four
differently-colored versions from the "Edinburgh Geographical and Historical Atlas." Daniel and his brother
William worked with, and their style was influenced by, Cary, Pinkerton and Thompson. They split in 1818, and
after William's death in 1859, his firm was acquired by W. & A.K. Johnston. See the 1842 version below.
1831 Ernst Heinrich Michaelis:
"DAS ALTE UND NEUE POLEN..."
Also two DETAIL images.
1831 Charles Picquet:
"POLOGNE." In 12
|1831 J.& C. Walker
(POLSKA). Divided into
Eight PALATINATES OR
for the SDUK by Baldwin
& Cradock, London, 15.5
x 12 inches. Republish-
ed in 1844 by Chapman
and Hall, London. From
1833-34 Thomas Starling: "POLAND, Previous to its Partition in
1795 between RUSSIA, AUSTRIA & PRUSSIA, Shewing also ITS
PRESENT EXTENT OF TERRITORY." London, 6 x 3.5 inches, in two
versions: the colored version from an 1833 "Royal Cabinet Atlas;" the
uncolored version from the "Family Cabinet Atlas," published
1833-34. Also included: the accompanying gazetteer for "Poland,"
showing Lat/Longs for many Commonwealth towns.
1834 (and 1845) Friedrich Von Stulpnagel (Engraver)
- Adolf Stieler (Publisher): "OSTSEE-LAENDER und
INNERES RUSSLAND Bis MOSKAU," Gotha, 13 x 15
inches. from Stieler's "Hand-Atlas," published by Justus
|1843 James Wyld: "A Map of the KINGDOM OF
POLAND, Describing its Ancient Limits with the
Dismemberments..." London, 23.5 x 21 inches, in
two versions. This map was originally published
with a different title by William Faden in 1799.
The map is based on the Rizzi-Zannoni 24-sheet
map of 1772 that was commissioned by the King
of Poland. An inset contains a bird's-eye plan of
Warsaw flanked by tables of information
concerning the population, religion, and
languages. A color key below the title identifies
the regions of Prussia, Russia, Austria and the
Kingdom of Poland. Wyld, successor to William
Faden, maintained the high standard of graphic
and factual excellence that had been established
by his predecessor and his maps are among the
finest published in the early 19th century.
Both maps from www.raremaps.com
SDUK: "Russia Part lII. Kourland, Vilna, Esthonia,
Livonia, St. Petersburg, Pskov, Vitebsk. Published under
the superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of
Useful Knowledge. Engraved by J. & C. Walker. London."
1850 Gall & Inglis (publisher): "MAP OF POLAND," 17.5 x 21.5 inches, in two
versions from“The Edinburgh Imperial Atlas. Ancient & Modern.”
1850 J. & C. Walker
Geography." J. & C.
Walker were official
engravers for SDUK.
1846 Anst. V.A. Boden:
"Polen," Berlin, 5.5 x 6.5
inches, from Julius
1842 Daniel Lizars:
POLAND AND LITHU-
ANIA," Edinburgh, 50.5
x 40 cm, from the
ical and Historical Atlas."
See the 1831 versions
1843 (Anon.): "Carte Gen-
erale de la Pologne," 19 x
19 cm, steel- engraved
map from a volume of "L'
1850 Friedrich H. Handtke: "GENERAL-
KARTE VOM WESTLICHEN RUSSLAND
nebst PREUSSEN, POSEN und GALIZIEN,"
Glogau (then in Germany, now in Poland),
at 1:2 000 000. From http://english.mapywig.
1827 Philippe Vandermaelen: "PARTIE DE LA RUSSIE,
No, 9 & N0. 15," Brussels, 49 x 58 cm, from his "Atlas
universel...," 378 maps in 6 volumes, the first world
atlas with all the maps produced on the same scale (1:1
641 836), and the first produced by lithography. Maps
were hand-painted in outline color. If all the maps were
joined, they would form a 25.4-foot globe! Such a globe
was actually made in Brussels by joining these maps,
many of which were the largest-scale maps of the area
depicted for the time. From www.davidrumsey.com
1831 Simon Schropp et Comp.
(publishers): "Karte von dem KÖNIG-
REICH POLEN ...," Berlin, 18.9 x
16.8 inches / 48 x 42.7 cm. With
two DETAIL images. From
1831 Eustache Hérisson - L. Cordier
(engraver): "Carte des Etats de Pologne et
du Grand-Duche de Lithuanie..." Paris,
17.7 x 25.0 inches, Jean publishing
company. From the Bibliotheque nationale de
1831 J.M. Darmet: "Carte
Generale de la Pologne
Indiquant ses differens
showing its partitions and
Theatre of War"), Paris,
57.5 x 49.5 cm. From
Bibliotheque nationale de
1831 Rudolph Schlicht: "Special-
Karte Des Königreichs Polen Nebst
einem Theile von Ostpreussen,
Lithauen," Mannheim. From
c1838 James Wyld: "A
Map of the KINGDOM OF
21.4 x 24 inches. See the
information at the 1843
1835 Henri Duval: "Atlas
Universel. Tableau histor-
ique et geographique des
Royaumes de Pologne...,"
Paris, 40 x 57 cm. Includes
chronologies and timelines
of historic events and note-
worthy people. From
1827 L. Vivien de St.
Martin: "Carte du
Nouveau Royaume de
Pologne..." Paris, 30 x
37 cm, dated 1824,
showing the "new"
Kingdom of Poland,
from his "Atlas
1846 J. Grassl (artist)- Biblio-
graphisches Institut Gotha:
"DIE Russischen OST- SEE-
PROVINZEN: LIVLAND, EHST-
LAND und KURLAND," 46 x 34
cm steel engraving. From
"Meyer's Grosser Hand- Atlas,"
published 1843-60. From
1828 J. Kośmiński,
Polskiego," From www.
1846 Carl Gottlieb Rücker:
"General-Karte der Russischen-Ost-
See-Provinzen LIV- EHST- und
KURLAND," Reval, at 1:605 000,
published by Franz Kluge as a
stand-alone folding map.Wilhelm
Struve is no longer credited with the
surveys. See Rücker's 1839 map of
"Livland," From easteurotopo.org
c1834 Johann Georg Heck (cartographer): "Royaume de
Pologne," Paris, 45 x 30 cm, from his "Atlas
geographique, astronomique et historique..." Boundaries
are shown for "Pologne" (actually the Polish-Lithuanian
Commonwealth) in 1772 and 1830. From doxiesr4us on
1827 Philippe Vandermaelen: "N° 70 Partie de la Mer
Baltique," and "N° 71 Partie de la Russie," each sheet
89 x 63 cm / 35 x 24.8 inches, from his ""Atlas de
l'Europe." From babi_de on eBay
1829 Wilhelm Ernst August Schlieben (geographer) - Georg Joachim Goschen (publisher): "Russland Gouvernates" and
"Polen," Leipzig, from O. Herman's 1830 "Atlas von Europa." All from www.davidrumsey.com
1829 (Anon.): "Виленской
губернiи," (Vilnius guberniya)
manuscript map, all notations in
Cyrillic, with two DETAIL images.
1838 Francesco Costan-
tino Marmocchi: "Carta
maremagnum on eBay
1832 Adrien Jarry de
Mancy: "Tableau Histor-
ique Des Revolutions de
Pologne," Paris. Sepa-
rately issued map, in
1831 Artaria & Co. (publishers): "Charte
von POLEN Nach seiner gegenwärtigen
Eintheilung in das neue KÖNIGREICH
POLEN ...," Vienna, 18.9x 26 inches /
48 x 66 cm, as a folding map on cloth.
1829 V. Pyadyshev:
"Gubernii Wileńskiey," St.
Petersburg, from "Atlas
geographique de l'Empire
de Russe," From The
Wroblewski Library of the
Lithuanian Academy of
1827 John Thomson:
engraved for Thomson's
New General Atlas." The
map is from the 3rd
edition, the first was 1817,
the 2nd 1821. Inspired by
Pinkerton's 1815 "Modern
Atlas." From the digital archive
of McMaster Univ., Canada
1831 Carl Ferdinand
Weiland: "Charte von
dem Königreiche Polen,"
Weimar, 35.5 x 24.5
1826 Louis Denis -
(publishers): "Province de
Lithuanie..." Paris, 2.8 x
3.7 inches, from ""Atlas
Universel indiquant les
établissemens des Jésuites
..," which tells the story
of Jesuits, worldwide.
1835 J. & C. Walker
(engravers) - SDUK
in Europe Part V.,"
1826 Juliusza Col-
Krakow, from "Atlas
From Podlaska Digital
Library, via easteuro
1827 Stanisław Plater (geographer):
"Mappa Polski i Krajów okolicznych " (...and
surrounding countries) Poznań, in two
images depicting political boundaries, from
his "Atlas statystyczny Polski i krajow
okolicznych" (Statistical Atlas of Poland and
neighboring countries). From Biblioteka
Uniwersytecka we Wrocławiu: http://www.
c1830 Josef Kovács (Hungarian
mapmaker): "Lengyel Fold" (Polish
Lands), 7.9 x 8.6 inches / 20.0 x 21.8
cm. From www.swaen.com
|1836 [dated] Carl
Charte von Liv-
published by C.A.
Kluge at 1:605
000, based on
by F. G. W. Struve,
1816– 1819. See
his 1839 map of
1839 Carl Gottlieb Rücker (Estonian cartographer/
publisher) - Wilhelm Struve (German-born astronomer /
geodetic surveyor): "Specialcharte von Livland in 6
Blättern: Bearbeitet und herausgegeben auf Veran stal-
tung der Livländischen Gemeinnützigen und Ökon-
omischen Societät nach Struves astronomisch-trigonom-
etrischen Vermessung und den vollstandingen
Specialmessungen gezeichnet von C. G. Rücker;
gestochen im Topographischen Depot des Kaiserlichen
Generalstabes" (Special map of Livland in 6 sheets: Edited
and published thanks to the Livonian Nonprofit and
Economic Society after Struve's astronomical- trigo-
nometric survey and the complete special measurements
drawn by C. G. Rücker; engraved in the topographical
depot of the Imperial General Staff), printed in St.
Petersburg, published in Dorpat. At the time it was the
most accurate map of the area, with nearly 4,600 place
names. Rücker began compiling a new Livonian atlas
based on astronomical- trigonometric survey conducted
by German-born astronomer Struve, who published, in
1831, "Beschreibung der Breitengradmessung in den
Ostseeprovinzen Russlands" (Description of Latitude
Measurement in the Baltic Sea Provinces of Russia).
Rücker's first map, on this page: "General-Charte von
Livland," 1836; his last: "General-Karte der Russischen
Ost-See-Provinzen Liv- Ehst- und Kurland," 1846. From the
Latvian National Library: http://dom.lndb.lv
1834 John Arrowsmith: "Prussia &
Poland," London, 49 x 63 cm, from "The
London atlas of universal geography..."
1831 A. von
1849 [dated] Joseph Meyer: "Russland: Gouv. St.
Petersburg, Esthland, Liefland, Kurland," Amster-
dam, 19 x 25 cm, from the 1852 edition of "Neuester
Zeitungs- Atlas fur Alte und Neue Erdkunde.
Herausgegeben von J. Meyer."
F.P. Becker (Omnigraph [steel] engraver) - George Virtue (publisher): "POLAND," London, 01.5 x 8.5 inches, depicting
external boundaries for the pre-Partition Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, and sometimes flawed internal colored
provincial (Lith.: vaivadija) boundaries, from Virtue's edition of Barclay's "A Complete and Universal English
Dictionary," published 1841 to at least 1850
1834 J. & C. Walker
(engravers) - SDUK
(publisher): "Russia in
Europe III," London. See
1838 and 1844 versions.
1837 Fedor Fedorovich Shubert (Russian
military cartographer, also known as
Theodor Friedrich Schubert ): "VII."
[Konigsberg] one of 16 maps in "Kriegs-
strassen Karte eines Theiles von Russl-
and," Vienna, each 41 x 66 cm, mounted
on linen. See the 1854 and 1870 updates.