This is a set of two maps, both folded.
Note: the black square is not on the map, it indicates the detail shown in next photo.
The Baltic States Map: 1845
This 1845 Adolph Stieler map focuses on the area that is now Poland, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania and western Russia. The territories covered by this map extend from Danzig and Moscow in the north to Crakow and Kiev in the south. Provincial boundaries, towns, villages and roads are shown. In addition there is a small inset map of St. Petersburg that adds interest to this map of the Ostsee Lander. Black and white map.
The Russian Baltic Provinces Map: 1914
Drawn by the cartographer G. Peltier, this unusual map was first published as a supplement to the French news magazine L'Illustration in 1914 to illustrate the eastern theatre of World War I. It shows the Baltic area - present day Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, northeast Poland (north of Lodz and east of Thorn and Danzig) and Belarus - in extraordinary detail, identifying small towns and villages, railroads, rivers and their tributaries. The text and legend are in French. Black and white map.