View cart “AUSTRIA, SLOVENIA, CROATIA, HUNGARY, ROMANIA and ITALY / JESUITS: Province d’Autriche Contenant 22 Col. une M.P. 1 N. 22 Sém. 6 Pen. 24 R. 21 Mis. 1772 Jésuites.” has been added to your cart.
A very rare miniature map of the ecclesiastical province of Austria, an administrative jurisdiction of the Jesuit Order which contained all of modern Austria, Slovenia and Hungary, as well as parts of Croatia, Italy, Serbia and Romania, issued not along after the Order was revived in the wake of the Napoleonic Wars.
The first wall map of Azerbaijan SSR, made in 1925 by a pioneer of Azerbaijani map-making İbrahim Ağa Vəkilov Colour lithography, printed on four sheets and originally mounted on linen, 100 x 135 cm (39.8 x 53.1 inches) (small tears, folds and holes with tiny loss of material, light staining).
Colour lithograph, originally dissected on 25 panels and mounted on linen, printed title page mounted verso on one of the panels, 118 x 85 cm (46.4 x 33.4 inches) (linen slightly age-toned, tears in the folds repaired with modern linen, soft folds in the corners, otherwise in a good condition).
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