Carte topographique et statistique des environs de Paris donnant la population de chaque commune, avec sur ce qu'il y a de plus curieux à y voir
Topographical and statistical map of the surroundings of Paris giving the population of each commune, with what is most curious to see there
Very interesting map in black, covering the area going from the forest of Saint-Germain to that of Bondy, and from Versailles to Boissy-Saint-Léger. The population of each commune is indicated by a number normally placed above the name of the locality. The first version of this map of the surroundings of Paris by Nicolas Maire was given in 1817, but it did not include statistical indications.
Editeur V. ROSSELIN (19th century), print editor, Paris, Established at no. 31, quai Voltaire, in Paris, in 1830, then at 21 bis between 1832 and 1834, and finally at no. 21 from 1836 until at least 1861, Rosselin was Madame Delpech's successor.
This folding map engraved on strong paper was destined to be used by the upper class tourist visiting Paris during the reign of Louis Philippe (1830-1848)
Size 15.1/4 x 20 in , good condition , some oxidation of the paper , engraving .
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