C1771

A Plan of the City of Moscow 1771

Mapmaker:

John Andrews (1766 - 1798)

Town plan of Moscow with ornate title cartouche and a scale in Russian feet. The city ceased to be Russia&#8217s capital in 1712, after the founding of Saint Petersburg by Peter the Great in 1703. This plan was made in … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

A Plan of the City of Moscow 1771

Date:

C1771

Mapmaker:

John Andrews (1766 - 1798)

Condition:

In good condition, centre fold as issued.

Technique:

Image Size: 

275mm 
x 190mm
AUTHENTICITY
A Plan of the City of Moscow 1771 - Antique Print from 1771

Genuine antique
dated:

1771

Description:

Town plan of Moscow with ornate title cartouche and a scale in Russian feet. The city ceased to be Russia&#8217s capital in 1712, after the founding of Saint Petersburg by Peter the Great in 1703. This plan was made in the year that the Russian Plague epidemic reached Moscow, claiming the lives of up to 100,000 Muscovites.

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