Very Large Paris  bus stop map with numbered lines edited by Tarride circa 1963 , The Taride publishing house was created in 1852 by Alphonse Taride who was one of the first to make road, tourist and school maps and a plan of Paris by arrondissements.The Taride maps were published until the years 1970-1975, as well as the Terrestrial Globes; after an association with Hachette for the edition of a road guide, the Maison Taride closes its doors and enters history. It shows the Paris of "les Halles de Baltard  "  before the building of the Pompidou center of Beaubourg on the other side 

Very colorfull and attractive original print , few are left due to their utilitarian destination .

53.5 x 43 inches , good condition , original print from 1963 , mentioned being copyrighted for RATP use only , this one was not destined to be a retail item.Some small fold line .

Large Paris bus stop RATP map with numbered lines 1963 Tarride

$680.00Price