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Cartographer: Claudius Ptolemy
Title: : Tabula Septima Asiae [Central Asia]
Date: 1541      Size: 18 x 13 inches
Published: Vienne
Description: Ptolemaic map of Central Asia east of the Caspian Sea, including Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan. From the 1541 edition of Ptolemy's 'Geographia' with maps by Fries/Waldseemuller.
Map Ref: AS1205
Cartographer: Jacques-Nicolas Bellin
Title: : Carte de la Petite Bukharie
Date: 1749      Size: 14 x 10 inches
Published: Paris
Description: The western part of Xinjiang province in northwest China near the border of Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. Kashgar, the important Silk Road trading city, is labeled here as 'Hasigar or Hasgar'. Coloured.
Map Ref: AS1018
Cartographer: Jacques-Nicolas Bellin
Title: : Carte de Karazm,Turkestan et Grande Bukarie
Date: 1749      Size: 12 x 8 inches
Published: Paris
Description: Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, and the Caspian Sea. The important Silk Road cities of Samarkand, Tashkent, and Bukhara are marked. Coloured.
Map Ref: AS1194
Cartographer: Jacques-Nicolas Bellin
Title: : Carte de la Tartarie Occidentale
Date: c. 1750      Size: 12 x 9 inches
Published: Paris
Description: Mongolia with parts of Siberia and Northern China. Coloured.
Map Ref: AS583
Cartographer: Rigobert Bonne
Title: : Carte de la Tartarie Independent
Date: 1772      Size: 17 x 12 inches
Published: Paris
Description: This map centres on the region north and east of the Caspian Sea, showing the modern countries of Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. Original hand colour.
Map Ref: AS1178
Cartographer: Sidney Hall
Title: : Map of the Eastern Part of Persia, with Afghanistan, Bactriana, Trans-Oxiana &c.
Date: 1817      Size: 16 x 20 inches
Published: London
Description: Iran, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Tajikistan. Detailed map of the region between the Caspian Sea and the Himalayas to illustrate James Mill's "The History of British India".
Map Ref: AS1213
Cartographer: Adolf Stieler
Title: : Hoch-Asien
Date: 1821      Size: 14 x 12 inches
Published: Gotha
Description: Detailed German map of Central Asia including Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan. Original colour.
Map Ref: AS1014
Cartographer: Philippe Vandermaelen
Title: : Turkestan
Date: 1827      Size: 23 x 18 inches
Published: Brussels
Description: Detailed map of the border region between Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan. Bukhara is at the centre and the important Silk Road cities of Khiva and Balkh are marked. Original hand-colour.
Map Ref: AS1196
Cartographer: Philippe Vandermaelen
Title: : Partie de la Tartarie
Date: 1827      Size: 23 x 18 inches
Published: Brussels
Description: Detailed map of western Turkmenistan, northeast Iran, and the edge of the Caspian Sea. Roads, towns, and mountains are marked, though much of the area is left blank. Original hand-colour.
Map Ref: AS1197
Cartographer: John Tallis
Title: : Independent Tartary
Date: 1851      Size: 13 x 11 inches
Published: London
Description: Tartary, now Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, and part of Kazakhstan with vignettes of a Bride Chase (described as a native marriage custom) and a group of Tartars travelling on horseback. Original colour.
Map Ref: AS1119
Cartographer: R.G.S.
Title: : Map of the Russian & Chinese Frontier
Date: 1861      Size: 18 x 13 inches
Published: London
Description: The border region of Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, and China, a region of strategic importance during the Great Game when Britain and Russia competed for control of Central Asia. Original colour.
Map Ref: AS1203
Cartographer: Justus Perthes
Title: : Plan von Samarkand und Umgebung
Date: 1865      Size: 10 x 8 inches
Published: Gotha
Description: Samarkand, a sketch map of Uzbekistan's second largest city and its environs.
Map Ref: AS1116
Cartographer: R.G.S.
Title: : The Bolor Mountains
Date: 1866      Size: 14 x 15 inches
Published: London
Description: The Pamir region between Afghanistan and Tajikistan showing the upper sources of the Amu Darya (or Oxus) River, one of the great rivers of Asia. Large areas of 'unknown country' are marked.
Map Ref: AS1065
Cartographer: Justus Perthes
Title: : Die Seenbecken des Balchasch und Ala-Kul in Inner-Asien
Date: 1868      Size: 12 x 10 inches
Published: Gotha
Description: Detailed map of Lake Balkhash, Kazakhstan and its environs. Based on the discoveries of the Russian explorers Babkow & Golubew. Printed colour.
Map Ref: AS1192
Cartographer: Justus Perthes
Title: : Die Russisch-Turanisch-Chines.n Grenzgebiete in Inner-Asien
Date: 1868      Size: 10 x 8 inches
Published: Gotha
Description: Central Asia, including Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tajikistan. Printed colour.
Map Ref: AS1191
Cartographer: Justus Perthes
Title: : Karte der Westlichen Mongolei
Date: 1872      Size: 17 x 11 inches
Published: Gotha
Description: Detailed map of western Mongolia based on the surveys of Russian explorer. Ulaanbaatar, marked here by its historic name of Urga, appears on the eastern edge of the map. Printed colour.
Map Ref: AS1202