Europe after the Congress of Vienna.A Map of Europe with the Political Divisions after the Peace of Paris and the Congress of Vienna.
Engraved map on four sheets conjoined, fine original colour. Total 1055 x 1310mm, 41½ x 51", on Whatman paper watermaked 1823. Tears at folds.
A wall map of Europe as divided up by the Congress of Vienna, 1815, at the close of the Napoleonioc Wars. While British gains were outside Europe, the gains of Russia, Prussia and Austria were confirmed, to the detriment of Poland, Saxony, Pomerania. Also the neutrality of Switzerland was guaranteed and the slave trade condemned.
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