Map. Nouvelle Carte de La France et de Ses Colonies indiquant les Voies de Communication, Route Nationales, Departmentales, Chemin de Fer, Canaux, les Villes industrielles, Etc.
by Vuillemin, Alexandre
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Paris: A. Logerot, 1874. Large folding colour map (110 cm x 89 cm) mounted in sections on linen and bound in hardcover folder as a book (23 cm x 13 cm), red cloth with gilt decoration and titles. Spine skilfully repaired in black cloth as original. Covers worn along edges. Map shows details of geography, settlement, and infrastructure of France; inset are maps of Paris and assorted ‘possessions’ including Algeria, Corsica, Cochinchine, St. Pierre and Miquelon. Clean, bright, and sound.
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- Map. Nouvelle Carte de La France et de Ses Colonies indiquant les Voies de Communication, Route Nationales, Departmentales, Chemin de Fer, Canaux, les Villes industrielles, Etc.
- Vuillemin, Alexandre
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