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1852 – V. Levasseur – Dept. De La Seine

Title:                      “Dept. De La Seine.”


Highly decorative map of Paris, including the region of Versailles. It’s framed by medallion portraits and coats of arms, and is set against a background of scenes of the countryside, products and activities indigenous to the region filling the foreground.

Comes from Victor Levasseur’s atlas “Atlas National de la France Illustrée” engraved by Laguillermie, the outer decorations are the work of Raimond Bonheur, published by A. Combette in Paris.

Cartographer:     Victor Levasseur (1795–1862)
Sheet size:          52,2 x 35,7 cm
Year:                     1852
Technique:        steel engraving

Very good condition!

This is an original antique map published in 1852 and NOT a modern copy or reprint


On your request I will provide a Certificate of Authenticity

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