Publisher N. Kymmel – Riga, 1898 (4th edition). Edited by Dr. Henry Lange. Lithography W. Greve at the Royal Lithographic Institute in Berlin.
The map shows the Baltic provinces according to the administrative divisions of the Russian Empire before 1917.
The map covers current territories of Estonia and Latvia entirely. Southern and southwestern parts of modern Lithuania are excluded. The internal administrative division of the three provinces and the border of the Estonian-Latvian language space are outlined.
The areas of modern Lithuania, which formerly belonged to Poland, are presented in Old Polish (German transcription).
Municipalities and railways, passenger routes, four different types of roads are shown in details. The relief is outlined through shading, no height marks are used. Additionaly, various symbols indicate castles, churches, factories, etc. Areas covered with forests and bogs are detailed.
The map is in German.
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Printed on paper. No laminates or other finishing coatings are used.
Paper Photo paper Photo glossy paper Coloring paper
Paper with front sheet lamination. The print is covered with a thin layer of film – laminate.
Satin laminate (soft matte finish) and write-wipe laminate (glossy finish, whiteboard marker can be wiped off)
On paper, with wooden hanging bars. A wooden hanging bar is attached to laminated paper. There is a loop of cord on the upper bar for hanging. Front sheet of the paper is laminated.
On rigid board.
PVC . Plastic plate. Suitable also in humid places.
Viscom.Rigid lightweight foam pinboard with a thin PVC cover, suitable for inserting map needles and knobs. For indoor use only.
KAPA. Rigid lightweight foam pinboard with a paper cover, suitable for inserting map needles and knobs. For indoor use only.
Magnetic board (at the picture you can also see a not finally installed frame). It is possible to attach magnets (not included). The multilayered-material surface is a thin metal sheet, The base is Kapa plate. Indoor use only.
Laminated on aluminium composite board. Weatherproof board is covered with a polymer-laminated sticker.
Printed directly on board. Without a layer of laminate or other coatings. Can be done only with PVC or Viscom boards.
Board mounted and laminated. The print is covered with a thin layer of film – laminate.
Hanging bar behind the board. Ca. 12 mm wide, aluminium, u-profile hanging bar is attached to the back of the map and helps to hang the map on the wall.
Framed.The frame has hanging hooks.
Printed on fabric. Rollable. No other coatings are used.
Screen blind fabric
Translucent blind fabric
Blockout blind fabric
Matte photo canvas
Thin wel foldable fabric. Weatherproof, waterproof and can be folded into pocket. Can be folded to fit in a suitcase so good to take to fairs or conferences.
Weatherproof poster fabric. PVC banner
On canvas with wooden hanging bars. Rollable. A wooden hanging bar is attached to transparent blind fabric. There is a loop of cord on the upper bar for hanging the map.
Blind with chain mechanism.
Canvas with base frame. Canvas is tightened around a wooden base frame.
On flooring material
Materials are resistant to abrasion and wearing.
Flooring material type:
PVC flooring. Is not glued to the floor. Durable and easy to maintain. Rollable.
Floor sticker. On a thin sticker for floors.
Printed on fleece wallpaper, easy to install. Depending on the size, it is delivered in tiles.
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