Johnson’s Austria Turkey in Europe and Greece
The antique map titled “Austria, Greece, and Turkey in Europe” published by A.J. Johnson in 1873 provides valuable information about Europe’s geography and political boundaries during the 19th century.
features detailed topographical features, including mountains, rivers, lakes, and major cities in the region. The political boundaries are clearly delineated, highlighting the territories of Austria, Greece, and Turkey within the European continent.
One of the key features of the map is its use of color coding to distinguish between different political territories. The map also includes insets of the cities of Vienna, Athens, and Constantinople, which were important political and cultural centers during the time.
A.J. Johnson was a prominent publisher of maps and atlases during the 19th century, and his maps were known for their accuracy and attention to detail. This particular map was created at a time of great political upheaval in Europe, with tensions between Austria and the Ottoman Empire, as well as growing nationalist movements in Greece. As such, the map provides valuable insight into the political and geographical landscape of Europe during this period.
Cartographer: A.J. Johnson
Technique: Steel engraving
Size: 66 x 45 cm; 26 x 18 inches
Condition: Folded as issued, with some minor tears and creases along the edges. Perfect for framing.
For details on the condition, please see the pictures. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.