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France

Antique Maps and Prints of France, Paris, Corsica

Exchange rate (approximately):  £ 1.00 = EUR 1.20 = US-$ 1.30

ALSACE:
1000. Speckel, D. / Homann Heirs. ‘ALSATIA TAM SUPERIOR, QUAM INFERIOR UNA CUM SUNDGOVIA...’. Map of Alsace, the French wine region on the left bank of the Rhine between Basel, Strasbourg and Wissembourg with pictorial cartouche. Alsace is one of the top white wine regions of France, producing terroir-driven wines with pure fruit expression. They come from seven main grape varieties: Sylvaner, Pinot Blanc, Riesling, Muscat, Pinot Gris, Gewurztraminer and Pinot Noir. Printed on two sheets and joined. Drawn in Homann’s workshop after the designs by Daniel Speckel ca. 1750 [23304] 110 x 42 cm. The map in full original colour. Printed on two sheets and joined. Excellent condition. £450
Uncommon first issue. Drawn in Homann’s workshop (‘delineata Studio Homannianorum’) after the designs by Strasbourg architect, engineer and mapmaker Daniel Speckel in 1576. Without Homann’s address, so probably published separately. A later edition appeared with the Homann Erben address in 1777.
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ARTOIS:
1001. Quad, M. ‘ARTESIA...’. Detailed map of the northernmost part of France just below Calais. Johann Bussemacher for Matthias Quad ca. 1600 [21280] 21 x 30 cm. Title cartouche and heraldic shield. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £100
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ARTOIS:
1002. Visscher, N. ‘GEOGRAPHICA ARTESIAE COMITATUS TABULA’. Antique map of part of the northeast region of Artois in France, reaching from Calais inland to Douay, Bapaume and Montreuil. Decorative cartouche with coat of arms and cherubs, and scale of miles. Nicolaas Visscher ca. 1685 [21876] 46 x 56 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £100
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ARTOIS:
1003. Visscher, N. / Schenk, P. ‘LE COMTÉ D’ARTOIS, ET DES ENVIRONS...’. Detailed large map of the northeast region of Artois in France with the Straits of Dover, reaching to Abbeville, Arras, Lille and Dunkerque. Cartouche supported by cherubs. Published by Pieter Schenk from the plate by Nicolaas Visscher ca. 1720 [21875] 49 x 70 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £100
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BOURGES:
1004. Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘BITURICUM DUCATUS. DUCHE DE BERI’. Detailed map of the area around Burges, south of Orléans. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1720 [22398] 37 x 48 cm. Full original colour, cartouche uncoloured. Excellent condition. £150
Bourges is located close to famous vineyards, - Reuilly, Quincy, Pouilly Fumé or Sancerre
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BOURGOGNE - BESANÇON:
1005. Jaillot, H. ‘LA COMTÉ DE BOURGOGNE ... / LA FRANCHE COMTÉ DIVISEÉ EN TROIS GRANDS BALLIAGES...’. Large map of the French Bourgogne region around Besançon, printed on two sheets and joined. Hubert Jaillot 1695 [22393] 80 x 56 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £200
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BREST:
1006. Admiralty Charts. ‘CAP DE LA CHÉVRE TO POINTE DE CORSEN INCLUDING RADE DE BREST’. Sea chart of the western French coast around Brest, compiled from French Government Charts to 1921. First published at the Admiralty 1859 under the Superintendence of Captn. Washington, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1958 [26819] 68 x 102 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £100
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BRETAGNE:
1007. Valk, G. ‘PRAEFECTURA DUCATUS BRITANNIAE, QUAE SUPERIOR ET INFERIOR....’. Detailed map of the Bretagne, reaching east to St. Malo and Nantes. Gerard Valk ca. 1700 [22415] 49 x 59 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
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BRETAGNE:
1008. Homann, J. B. ‘TABULA DUCATUS BRITANNIAE GALLIS / LE GOUVERNEMT. GENERAL DE BRETAGNE...’. Detailed map of the Bretagne region in northwest France with figurative cartouche and small inset plan of Brest, reaching to Avranches, Angers and Nantes in the east. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [23863] 48 x 57 cm. Full original colour, incl. cartouche and plan. Occasional browning in the left white margin. Excellent condition. £350
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BRETAGNE:
1009. Admiralty Charts. ‘FRANCE NORTH COAST SHEET VIII / USHANT TO PLATEAU DES ROCHES DOUVRES’. Large sea chart of the French north coast between Ile d’Ouessant and Les Sept Iles, compiled from the Pilote Français 1823 with additions and corrections to 1911. First published at the Admiralty 1902 under the Superintendence of Rear Admiral W. J. L. Wharton, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1957 [26818] 65 x 127 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £100
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BRIE:
1010. Blaeu, G. ‘LE PAIS DE BRIE’. Decorative map of the region of Brie southeast of Paris, home of the famous French cheese. Guiljelm Blaeu ca. 1631 [20564] 39 x 49 cm. Two decorative cartoches with putti. Recent outline colour. Excellent condition. £175
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CAMARGUE:
1016. Admiralty Charts. ‘SÈTE TO MARSEILLES’. Sea chart of the coast between Sète and Marseille (Camargue) with a large inset chart of the Port of Sète, compiled from French Government Charts to 1912. First published at the Admiralty 1894 under the Superintendence of Captain W. J. L. Wharton, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1957 [26821] 66 x 98 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £120
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CHALON-SUR-SAÔNE:
1017. Damme, J. v. / Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘LES ENVIRONS DE L’ESTANG DE LONGPENDU, COMPRENANT UNE GRANDE PARTIE DU COMTÉ DE CHAROLOIS’. Detailed map of the close area west of Chalon-sur-Saône, between Dijon and Lyon. Figurative cartouche and scale of miles. North orientated to the left. Engraved by Abraham van den Broeck and published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by the Dutch cartographer Jean van Damme ca. 1700 [22388] 37 x 49 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £300
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CHAMPAGNE:
1018. Valk, L. & G. ‘CAMPANIAE PRAEFECTURA DIVISUM IN ELECTIONES ...’. Antique map of the Champagne region in France between Amiens, Reims and Dijon. Leonard & Gerard Valk ca. 1700 [22391] 59 x 49 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
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CHERBOURG:
1020. Admiralty Charts. ‘CAPE FLAMANVILLE TO ST. MARCOUF IS.’. Detailed sea chart of Cherbourg harbour on the French north coast and its environs, compiled from the latest French Government Charts to 1921. First published by the Admiralty 1888 under the Superintendence of Captain W. J. L. Wharton, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1953 [26438] 65 x 98 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £100
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CORSICA:
1021. Admiralty Charts. ‘CAPE FENO TO LAVA BAY’. Sea chart of the West coast of Corsica between Ajaccio and Bonifacio from French Government Surveys 1885-90. First published at the Admiralty 1895 under the Superintendence of Rear Admiral W. J. L. Wharton, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1957 [26827] 98 x 66 cm. Uncoloured. Folded twice, otherwise excellent condition. £125
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CORSICA:
1022. Admiralty Charts. ‘LAVA BAY TO CAPE MORSETTA’. Sea chart of the West coast of Corsica between Ajaccio and Calvi from French Government Surveys 1888-90. First published at the Admiralty 1895 under the Superintendence of Rear Admiral W. J. L. Wharton, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1957 [26828] 98 x 65 cm. Uncoloured. Folded twice, otherwise excellent condition. £125
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CORSICA:
1023. Admiralty Charts. ‘PORTS AND ANCHORAGES IN CORSICA’. Sea chart of 14 ports on Corsica, from French Government Charts first published at the Admiralty 1874 under the Superintendence of Captain F. J. Evans, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1958 [26815] 61 x 92 cm. Uncoloured. Folded twice, otherwise excellent condition. £200
Under the depicted ports are Ajaccio, Bastia, Calvi, Ile Rousse, Porto Vecchio, Port Bonifacio.
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CORSICA:
1024. Admiralty Charts. ‘ISLAND OF CORSICA’. Sea chart of Corsica, surveyed by Captain Hell of the French Royal Navy 1824. First published at the Admiralty 1874 under the Superintendence of Captain F. J. Evans, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1959 [26826] 95 x 65 cm. Uncoloured. Folded twice, otherwise excellent condition. £200
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CORSICA - SOUTHERN FRANCE - GENOVA:
1025. Admiralty Charts. ‘GULFS OF LIONS AND GENOA’. Large sea chart of the whole coast of southern France, the Italian coast from Genoa to Elba, and the island of Corsica. Compiled from French and Italian Government Surveys to 1888. First published at the Admiralty 1893 under the Superintendence of Captain W. J. L. Wharton, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1959 [26832] 66 x 113 cm. Uncoloured. Folded twice, otherwise excellent condition. £150
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FRANCE:
1029. Münster, Seb. ‘DAS GANTZ FRANCKREICH / SO VOR ZEITEN GALLIA...’. Early map of France with large table of names in Latin and French and coat of arms. Seb. Münster ca. 1550 [20233] 25 x 34 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £220
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FRANCE:
1031. Merian, M. 'GALLIA. LE ROYAUME DE FRANCE. FRANCKREYCH'. Antique map of France. M. Merian ca. 1646 [7632] 27 x 36 cm. Title cartouche, three heraldic cartouches. Excellent condition. £200
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FRANCE:
1032. De Wit, F. ‘ACCURATISSIMA GALLIAE TABULA’. Antique map of France with figurative cartouche. Frederic de Wit ca. 1680 [22370] 49 x 58 cm. Full original colour, the cartouche in full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
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FRANCE:
1033. Danckerts, J. ‘ACCURATISSIMA GALLIAE TABULA’. Decorative map of France. Published in Amsterdam by Justus Danckerts ca. 1690 [22369] 49 x 57 cm. Original outline colour, the cartouche in full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
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FRANCE:
1035. Sanson, N. / Schenk, P. ‘LE ROYAUME DE FRANCE...’. Antique map of France with pictorial cartouche. Published by Pieter Schenk from the plate by Nicolas Sanson ca. 1720 [23278] 48 x 57 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £150
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FRANCE:
1036. Euler, L. ‘TABULA GEOGRAPH: GALLIAE...’. Antique map of France. Leonhard Euler after J. C. G. Claussen for the Acad. Reg. Scient. et eleg. Litt. Boruss. ca. 1753 [24495] 34 x 39 cm. Full original colour, cartouche uncoloured. Occasional faint agetoning, otherwise very good condition. Uncommon. £100
Leonhard Euler (Basel 1707 - St. Petersburg 1783), cartographer, physician and mathematician. Published ‘Atlas Geographicus’ for the Prussian Royal Academy of Sciences and Literature in Berlin between 1753 and 1760. - Small printed original Prussian tax/privilege seal as always.
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FRENCH ALPS:
1037. Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘SABAUDIA DUCATUS. SAVOYE’. Antique map of the French Alps south of Lake Geneva, reaching to Grenoble and Susa near Torino. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [22286] 37 x 49 cm. Full original colour, the cartouche uncoloured. Excellent condition. £150
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GASCOGNE:
1038A. Janssonius, J. / Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘DESCRIPTION DU GUIENNE’. Antique map of the Gascogne region from the Alantic coast between Bordeaux and Bayonne to Toulouse. North orientated to the left. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [22400] 38 x 51 cm. Cartouche and scale of miles (both uncoloured), the map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
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GASCOGNE:
1038B. Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘LE PAIS DE BEARN’. Map of the area between Bayonne, Dax, Oloron and Pau in southwest France, bordering Spain. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [22401] 38 x 49 cm. Full original colour, the cartouche uncoloured. Excellent condition. £150
Named after the rugged mountain range that divides France and Spain, the wines from the Pyre´ne´es sub-region are rustic and artisanal, crafted from the indigenous Tannat grape variety. Tannat is best known as the dominant grape variety in Madiran, Southwest France's most famous red wine. The grape probably originated in the Basque country and almost certainly derives its French name from its high tannin levels. It is a thick-skinned grape variety that produces deeply coloured, well-structured wines.
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GRENOBLE - FRENCH ALPS:
1039. Homann, J. B. ‘TABULA DELPHINATUS VULGO LE GOUVERNEMENT GENERAL DU DAUPHINE ...’. Antique map of the French Alps, centred on Grenoble and reaching from Lyon to Provence and Torino/Italy, with large pictorial cartouche. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [22378] 48 x 57 cm. Full original colour, cartouche uncoloured, but lightly browned. Very good condition. £100
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ILE DE RÉ - ILE D’OLÉRON:
1040. Blaeu, W. & J. ‘XAINTONGE ET ANGOUMOIS’. Antique map of the greater area from Ile de Ré, La Rochelle, Ile d’Oléron and Gironde inland to Angoulême. Two figurative cartouches. Willem & Joan Blaeu 1639 [24960] 39 x 50 cm. Latin text verso. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £250
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ILE DE RÉ - ILE D’OLÉRON:
1042. Levasseur, V. ‘DEPT. DE LA CHARENTE INFRE.’. Antique map of Ile de Ré and Ile d’Oléron on the Franch Atlantic coast, reaching inland to Aulnay, Cognac and Barbezieux, surrounded by decorative scenery and vignettes of produce and custom of the country. Laguillermie for Levasseur’s Atlas National Illustré ca. 1852 [24962] 42 x 29 cm. The map in original outline colour. Excellent condition. £75
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LANGUEDOC:
1043. Admiralty Charts. ‘CAPE ST. SEBASTIAN TO SÈTE’. Large sea chart of the coast of Languedoc in southern France and parts of the Spanish coast, compiled from the latest French and Spanish Government Charts. First published at the Admiralty 1894 under the Superintendence of Captain W. J. L. Wharton, and now with small corrections by the Admiralty 1957 [26824] 127 x 66 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £100
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LE MANS:
1044. Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘DIOCESE DU MANS VULGO LE MAINE, UBI OLIM CENOMANI’. Antique map of the area around Le Mans, the French city best known for its connection with motorsports. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [22382] 42 x 51 cm. Full original colour, cartouches uncoloured. Excellent condition. £100
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LOIRE VALLEY:
1045. Valk, G. & L. ‘AURELIANENSIS PRAEFECTURA GENERALIS...’. Antique map of the whole length of the famous Loire valley from Nantes via Angers, Tours, Orleans and Nevers to St. Etienne. Gerard and Leonard Valk ca. 1702 [22375] 49 x 60 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £150
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LOIRE VALLEY - ANGERS:
1046. Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘ANIOU’. Antique map of the Loire Valley, centred on Angers. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [22381] Full original colour, the cartouches uncoloured. Excellent condition. £200
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LORRAINE:
1048. Valk, G. ‘GENERALIS LOTHARINGIA DISPARTITA IN DUCATUM EJUS PROPRIUM ET BARRENSEM...’. Antique map of Lorraine and parts of Alsace in eastern France, bordering the German Saarland with the town of Saarbrücken. Pictorial cartouche. Gerard Valk ca. 1702 [22383] 49 x 59 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £150
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LORRAINE:
1049. Homann, J. B. ‘LOTHARINGIAE TABULA GENERALIS IN QUA DUCATUS LOTHARINGIAE ET BARRI ...’. Antique map of Lorraine in eastern France with Nancy and Metz in the centre, reaching to Strasbourg and into the German Saarland, with figurative cartouche. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [22397] 49 x 57 cm. The map in full original colour. Occasional paperthinning along centrefold, otherwise very good condition. £150
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LORRAINE - ALSACE:
1050A. Danckerts, Th. ‘LOTHARINGIAE ET UTRIUSQUE ALSATIAE IN DITIONES MINORES DIVISARUM...’. Detailed map of the French region of Lorraine and Alsace, reaching from Strasbourg and the Black Forest to Metz. Theodor Danckerts ca. 1680 [22376] 49 x 57 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £150
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LOUDON - MIREBEAU:
1050B. Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘LOUDUNOIS. LAUDUNUM’ and ‘MIREBALAIS’. Two maps of French regions on one sheet, areas around Loudon near Saumur/Loire, and Mirebeau, south of Loudon. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [22406] 37 x 32 cm and 37 x 15 cm respectively. Full original colour, cartouches uncoloured. Excellent condition. £150
The Loire Valley wine region includes the French wine regions situated along the Loire River from the Muscadet region near the city of Nantes on the Atlantic coast to the region of Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé just southeast of the city of Orléans in north central France. In between are the regions of Anjou, Saumur, Bourgueil, Chinon, and Vouvray.
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LYON:
1051. Merian, M. ‘LYON’. View of Lyon from a height. A fine copy. M. Merian ca. 1646 [20148] 24 x 34 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £180
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LYON:
1052. Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘LA PRINCIPAUTE DE DOMBES’. Detailed map of the area above Lyon. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [22390] Full original colour, the cartouches uncoloured. Excellent condition. £100
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LYON:
1053. Sanson, N. / Mortier, P. ‘LE GOUVERNEMENT GENERAL DU LYONNOIS COMPRENANT LES PROVINCES DU LYONNOIS, DU FOREZ ET DU BEAUJOLOIS’. Map of the region north and south of Lyon with large figurative cartouche, printed on two double sheets and joined. This map covers the wine area ‘Maconnais’ to the north of Lyon, producing young red wines made of Gamay Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris and white wines from Chardonnnay and Pinot Blanc grapes. Pouilly Fuisse is the most famous wine appelation. To the south of Lyon are the prestigious wine appellations of Condrieu, Rotie & Chateau Grillet, Hermitage & Crozes Hermitage. Published by Pierre Mortier from the plate by Nicolas Sanson ca. 1700 [22408] 79 x 56 cm. The map in original outline colour. Excellent condition. £400
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LYON:
1054. Rudemare, J. ‘PLAN DE LA VILLE ET FAUBOURGS DE LYON’. Plan of Lyon, engraved by C. Inselin after Ferdinand Delamonce. Jean Rudemare in Paris ca. 1818 [22559] 36 x 48 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £150
Separately published.
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MONT-DE-MARSAN:
1055. Du Val, P. de / Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘L’EVESCHÉ D’AIRE’. Detailed map of the close area around Mont-de-Marsan in southwest France with three cartouches supported by cherubs. North orientated to the south. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Pierre Du Val ca. 1700 [22402] 43 x 54 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £100
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NANTES:
1056. Jaillot, H. / Ottens, R. & J. ‘CARTE DE L’EVESCHÉ DE NANTES... / NOVA NANNETENSIS EPISCOPATUS TABULA...’. Detailed map of the area around Nantes, St. Nazaire and the Atlantic coast. Published by Reinier & Josua Ottens from the plate by Hubert Jaillot ca. 1725 [22419] 44 x 56 cm. Decorative cartouche, windrose and tables of explanations (uncoloured), the map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
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NORMANDIE:
1058. Aa, P. v. d. ‘CARTE DU GOUVERNEMENT DE NORMANDIE, SUIVANT LES NOUVELLES OBSERVATIONS’. Antique map of Normandie in northern France with pictorial cartouche. Pieter van der Aa, Leiden 1714 [25109] 23 x 30 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £100
Folio edition - no centrefolds.
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PARIS:
1060. Janssonius, J. / Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘AGER PARISIENSIS VULGO L’ISLE DE FRANCE’. Antique map of the Greater Paris area between Oise, Seine and Marne. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [22380] 33 x 45 cm. Cartouche with armorial shield and cherubs (uncoloured), the map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £100
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PARIS:
1061. Homann, J. B. ‘AGRI PARISIENSIS TABULA PARTICULARIS, QUA MAXIMA PARS INSULAE FRANCIAE...’. Detailed and decorative map of the area about 40km around Paris and Versailles, reaching to Mantes, Senlis, Melun and Rambouillet. Figurative cartouche. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [22373] 57 x 48 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
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PARIS:
1063. Bowyer, R. ‘CEREMONY OF TE DEUM BY THE ALLIED ARMIES ON THE SQUARE OF LOUIS XV, AT PARIS, the 10th April, 1814. Bowyer ca 1816 [24980] Original hand coloured aquatint, 28 x 51 cm. Excellent condition. £125
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PARIS:
1064. Davies, B. R. ‘PLAN OF PARIS & THE SURROUNDING COMMUNES SHEWING THE FORTIFICATIONS & ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS’. Doublepage plan of Paris, reaching clockwise (from the north) to Clichy, Vincennes, Gentilly and Sevres. Benjamin Rees Davies for Weekly Dispatch Atlas ca. 1860 [25523] 41 x 62 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £120
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PARIS:
1066. Garnier. ‘NOUVEAU PARIS MONUMENTAL. ITINERAIRE PRATIQUE DE L’ETRANGER DANS PARIS’. Plan of Paris seen from a half birds-eye position, with numerous vignettes depicting significant buildings. Engraved by L. Poulmaire, printed by Dufrenoy and published in Paris by Garnier Frères ca. 1920 [24937] 48 x 67 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £250
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PARIS:
1066A. Dutal, F. ‘PARIS MONUMENTAL ET METROPOLITAIN’. Plan of Paris with numerous vignettes depicting significant buildings and Metro lines. Published by F. Dutal in Paris ca. 1920 [28157] 47 x 66 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £250
Verso ‘Paris et ses Environs’.
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PARIS:
1067. Letts, Son & Co. ‘CITY OF PARIS’. Doublepage plan of Paris, printed on two sheets and joined. Letts’s Popular Atlas ca. 1884 [26330] 38 x 58 cm. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £180
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PAS DE CALAIS - ARTOIS:
1070. Valk, G. & L. ‘PRAEFECTURA PICCARDIAE ...’. Antique map of northeast France between Calais, Dieppe and Maubeuge on the Belgian border. Gerard & Leonard Valk ca. 1700 [22417] 49 x 59 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £100
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PAS DE CALAIS - PICARDIE:
1071. Ortelius, A. ‘CALETENSIUM ET BONONIENSIUM DITIONIS ACCURATA DELINEATIO’ and ‘VEROMANDUORUM EORUMQUE CONFINIUM EXACTISSIMA DESCRIPTIO’. Two maps on one sheet, one of Pas de Calais with the French coast of the English Channel from Montreuil via Calais to Dunkerque (33 x 23 cm), the other of Picardie in northern France with St. Quentin in the centre (33 x 23 cm), south orientated to the top. Abraham Ortelius ca. 1570 [25425] 33 x 48 cm in total. Latin text verso. Full later colour. Excellent condition. £225
van den Broecke 44.
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1072. Homann Heirs. ‘GALLIA POSTARUM GEOGRAPHICE DESIGNATA.... / CARTE GENERALE DES POSTES DE LA FRANCE’. A general post map of France showing the connections and communications. After Hubert Jaillot published in Nürnberg by Homann Heirs 1745 [22372] 48 x 56 cm. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. £100
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PROVENCE:
1073. Valk, G. ‘PROVINCIA. SUPREMARUM GALLIAE PRAEFECTURARUM UNA: VULGARITER GOUVERNEMENT DE PROVENCE....’. Antique map of Provence from Arles to Nice. Gerard Valk ca. 1700 [22384] 49 x 59 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £300
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PROVENCE:
1075. Homann, J. B. ‘PROVINCIA INDIGENIS DICTA LA PROVENCE...’. Antique map of the Provence from Arles to Monaco. Inset plan of Toulon harbour. Johann Baptist Homann ca. 1720 [22377] 48 x 57 cm. Pictorial cartouche (uncoloured), the map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £250
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PROVENCE:
1076. Homann Heirs. ‘LE COMTÉ ET GOUVERNEMENT DE PROVENCE... / PRAEFECTURA GENERALIS & COMITATUS PROVINCIAE...’. Antique map of the Provence in southern France with two cartouches, the title cartouche showing 40 coats of arms. Homann Heirs ca. 1750 [24106] 47 x 59 cm. Full original colour, incl. cartouches. Faint brown stain in the top right white margin just outside the image. Excellent condition. £300
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REIMS:
1077. Merian, M. ‘REIMS EN CHAMPAGNE’. Half birds-eye view/plan of Reims in the Champagne. M. Merian ca. 1646 [20045] 21 x 33 cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition. £100
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SOUTHERN FRANCE - LANGUEDOC:
1078. Allard, C. ‘LES BASSES SEVENNES DANS LE LANGUEDOC OU LE DIOCESE DE MONTPELLIER DIVISÉ EN NEUF ARCHIPRETREZ... / DE NEDER SEVENNES IN LANGUEDOC OF ‘T BISDOM VAN MONTPELLIER...’. Detailed map of Languedoc in southern France, the area around Montpellier, showing the boundaries of all the archbishops’ dioceses. Engraved by A. Allard and printed in Amsterdam by Charles Allard ca. 1697 [22616] 42 x 50 cm. The map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £200
Printed table with 18 column index of placenames in the dioceses in French and Dutch language below.
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SOUTHERN FRANCE - LANGUEDOC:
1079. Mortier, P. ‘LE THEATRE DE LA GUERRE DANS LES SEVENNES, LE LANGUEDOC, ET LE PAYS AUX ENVIRONS...’ and ‘PARTIE DES SEVENNES ET LE BAS VIVARAIS, LE DIOCESE DE MONTPELLIER ET DE NISMES...’. Detailed map on two sheets of southern France and the Mediterranean coast between Avignon, Montpellier and Narbonne, reaching north to Lyon, showing the boundaries of all the archbishops’ dioceses. Inset map of Bresse. Pierre Mortier ca. 1700 [22411] 44 x 59 cm each. Original outline colour. Excellent condition. The set of two maps £300
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STRASBOURG:
1081. Merian, M. ‘DIE STATT STRASSBURG / ARGENTINA’. Half birds-eye view of the town with the fortifications and a few remarkable buildings. M. Merian ca. 1646 [21355] 28 x 36 cm. Heraldic shield and two tables of explanations. Excellent condition. £165
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STRASBOURG:
1082. Janssonius, J. / Schenk, P. & Valk, G. ‘TERRITORIUM ARGENTORATENSE’. Antique map of the area immediate around Strasbourg, reaching East to the Black Forest and Offenburg, and West to the Ardennes. North orientated to the left. Figurative cartouche and two coats of arms. Published by Pieter Schenk and Gerard Valk from the plate by Joannes Janssonius ca. 1700 [23303] 37 x 49 cm. Cartouche and coat of arms uncoloured, the map in original outline colour. Excellent condition. £200
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STRASBOURG:
1083. Seutter, M. ‘CHOROGRAPHIA ARGENTORATI ALSATIAE METROPOLIS...’. Detailed map of the immediate area 25km around Strasbourg, reaching to Lichtenau and Gengenbach in the East (Baden) and Benfeldt and Saverne in the West (Alsace). Matthaeus Seutter ca. 1730 [24934] 49 x 57 cm. Cartouche uncoloured, the map in full original colour. Excellent condition. £300
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STRASBOURG:
1084. Seutter, M. ‘STRASBOURG, VILLE ANCIENNE CELEBRE ET TRES FORTIFIEÉ... / STRASBURG, EINE UHRALTE SEHR BERÜHMTE U. NUN AUCH UNGEMEIN FORTIFICIRTE STATT...’. Large plan of Strasbourg with panorama of the town, flanked by allegorical figures, below. Matthaeus Seutter in Augsburg ca. 1745 [23873] 49 x 57 cm. Full strong original colour. Excellent condition. £500
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VERSAILLES:
1086. Seutter, M. ‘VERSAILLES CHATEAU DE PLAISANCE LE PLUS DELICIEUX ET LE PLUS MAGNIFIQUE... / VERSAILLES DAS ANMUTHIG U. PRÄCHTIGSTE LUST-SCHLOSS...’. Magnificent view of the seventeenth century palace and gardens of King Louis XIV, the 'Sun King' and greatest of the Bourbon monarchs, in Versailles near Paris, with crowds of elegantly dressed ladies and gentlemen, many arriving by coaches, to watch a royal procession entering the grounds. Title banner in the sky. Matthaeus Seutter in Augsburg ca. 1730 [24037] 49 x 56 cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. £500
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