St. Petersburg: Cartographical Establishment of A. Ilyin, 1900. Item #227
53x59,5 cm. Chromolithographed map. Very good. Minor tears on folds and one small repaired tear on the left margin.
This map shows the Far Eastern provinces of the Russian Empire from the Yablonevy Range and port Ayan in the north to Vladivostok in the south, with Manchuria in the west and Sakhalin Island in the east. The insert shows Eastern Siberia from Lake Baikal, New Siberian Islands, Bering Strait and a part of Alaska, the Kuril Islands, Japanese Hokkaido and Honshu Islands, Manchuria and a part of China and Korea. The larger map outlines the borders between the provinces, the insert follows the tracks of the Trans-Siberian railway and the Chinese Eastern Railway, with Port Arthur as the terminus.