Scale 1:1 500 000. Moscow: Izogiz, 1932. 71x52 cm. Very good, small tears of edges, few minor holes along creases, ink notes on upper margin and rear side, pale stamp of inventory cabinet on rear side.
The general map indicates iron ore mining sites and explored peat bogs in 1930, as well as railways, roads, power stations, large state farms, etc. A colored soil map of the Moscow region is
added with scale 1:3 500 000. It is divided into 9 types of soils. Margins display some additional materials and instruments to be cut out. Among them are a list of cities and towns (with population by 1926), a list of rivers and lakes, points of the compass, a chart of degrees, a geological section of the Moscow region, a vertical section of a Moscow borehole, rulers of geographical latitude and distance, and symbols of various settlements to cut out and glue them to the map.