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Early map of Rouffach in Alsace, France
Sebastian Munster

Basle, 1554. Rouffach, called Rubeaquum (red water) by the Romans. An episocopal fief of the Archbishop of Strasbourg at the time of publication, the city was destroyed by the Swedes during the Thirty Years' War (1618-48), then captured by the French with the rest of Alsace. Under French rule it became important as a wine-growing centre.
MUNS0031
£125.00

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Map of the Environs of Paris
Johann Baptist Homann.

Nuremberg, c.1720. The environs of Paris, with Versailles.
HOMA0037
£225.00

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The Grand Trianon at Versailles
Jacques Rigaud

Sold by C.Dicey and Co. in Aldermary Church Yard, London, c.1760. The Grand Trianon was built by Louis XIV as a more private retreat from Versailles. Later, Napoleon lived there with his second wife Marie Louise of Austria.
RIGA0002
£45.00

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Map of France
John Blair.

London, 1768. Large and detailed map, engraved by Thomas Kitchin.
BLAI0002
£225.00

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Decorative map of Northern France
Antonio Zatta.

Venice, 1776. With a fine title cartouche in full colour.
ZATT0064
£95.00

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Map of France
Thomas Bowen.

London, c.1780. Published in 'Middleton's Complete System of Geography'.
BOWE0013
£69.00

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Map of France.
John Lodge

London, 1780. France with a decorative title cartouche, published in Brookes Gazetteer.
LODG0007
£69.00

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France
John Tallis.

London, J. & F. Tallis, c.1851. Map of France with engraved vignette scenes.
TALL0039
£75.00

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Map of Champagne & Brie
Antonio Zatta.

Venice, 1777. Eastern France, the area around Rheims.
ZATT0061
£95.00

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Map of Napoleon Bonaparte's birthplace
Victor Levasseur.

Paris, c.1845. Detailed map of Corsica, surrounded with vignettes, including portraits of Napoleon, Paoli and Loetitia, and examples of the produce of the island, from the 'Atlas National Illustré'.
LEVA0003
£95.00

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Corsica map.
Attilio Zuccagni-Orlandini.

Florence, 1845. A large and detailed map of Corsica, engraved by Manzoni for the 'Atlante Geografico dell' Italia'. Corsica was incorporated into France in 1770, but the cartographer still describes the island as 'Italia Francese'.
ZUCC0001
£250.00

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Map of Lorraine.
Christoph Weigel.

Nuremburg, 1718. Map of Lorraine, showing Metz and Nancy, with a decorative title cartouche.
WEIG0031
£89.00

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Marseilles plan
Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge.

London: SDUK, 1840. Detailed map of Marseilles.
SDUK0065
£95.00

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Toulon plan
Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge.

London: Edward Stanford, c.1850. Detailed map of Toulon, with a vignette prospect under the plan.
SDUK0068
£35.00

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Plan of Saint-Denis, Paris.
Christoph Weigel.

Nuremburg, 1718. Plan of Saint-Denis, then separate from Paris, with its own defensive walls. The Abby there was the burial places for the French kings from Dagobert I in the 7th century to King Louis XVIII in1824.
WEIG0032
£175.00

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Fine view of Paris
Philippe Benoist.

Paris, Carpentier, c.1860. Fine view of the Arc de Triomphe, from 'Paris dans sa Splendour', a celebration of the city during the Second Empire. when Baron Haussmann was transforming the city.
BENO0001
£140.00

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Fine view of the Louvre
Philippe Benoist.

Paris, Carpentier, c.1860. The Courtyard of the Louve Palace, from 'Paris dans sa Splendour', a celebration of the city during the Second Empire. when Baron Haussmann was transforming the city.
BENO0002
£150.00

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Fine view of the Place de la Bastille
Philippe Benoist.

Paris, Carpentier, c.1860. The Place de la Bastille, with the July Column, a monument to the 1830 Revolution. From 'Paris dans sa Splendour', a celebration of the city during the Second Empire. when Baron Haussmann was transforming the city.
BENO0004
£140.00

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Map of Provence and Dauphiné
P. Santini.

Venice, Remondini, 1777. A large map of Provence and Dauphiné after Bonne, with a rococo title cartouche.
SANT0003
£250.00

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Map of the Hautes-Pyrénées with vignette borders
Victor Levasseur.

Paris, c.1845. Detailed map of Hautes-Pyrénées, surrounded with vignettes, including portraits of Barrere & Larrey, local dress, bear-shooting and examples of the produce of the departement. Published in the 'Atlas National Illustré'.
LEVA0015
£60.00

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