France








302 - 1086
France
'The Seat of War in the Southern Part of France extending from The Alps, to the Pyrenees….'
Sayer, R. (1793)
57 x 46

Three fine engravings on one sheet. The top map shows the coastline of Southern France from the border with Italy to the border with Spain. Fortified towns and post roads are delineated. Bottom left map is "The Roads of Toulon with the adjacent Country" showing the position of Toulon at much greater scale,and extensive maritime information regarding the Bay of Toulon. The third map, bottom right, is "Plan of the City and Harbour of Toulon". A detailed plan showing the city with references to the various bastions. A little worming to the border outside the platemark and a few surface marks but generally a good copy on thick paper of this historically important chart.
350.00 GBP





09010
                                - 24



09010 - 24
Provence
'Provincia Indigenis dicta La Provence'
Homann, J.B. (c. 1730)
57 x 48

Fine early colouring, uncoloured cartouche, good margins.
300.00 GBP









303 - 1101
France
'Lorraine. Lotharingae nova descriptio'
Ortelius, A. (c. 1587)
51 x 34.5

Early map of the French region of Lorraine by Abraham Ortelius from the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum". Original colour. Lorraine is situated to the North East of France and bordered by Germany and Belgium. The most important town is Metz. In this map North is to the left. A little irregular toning to some areas but otherwise a fine map from one of the most important publications in cartographical history.
200.00 GBP










303 - 1105
France
'Potamographie De Garonne et des Fleuves… (Course of the Garonne and Dordogne rivers)'
Tarde, J. (c. 1628)
35 x 46

Early map showing the extent of the Garonne and Dordogne rivers in South West France. By Jean Tarde and engraved by Jean Blanchin. North is to the left. The rivers and their tributaries are shown with a very comprehensive detailing of the many towns and villages of the region. Jean Tarde (1561-1636) in addition to being a mathematician and cartographer was also Canon of Sarlat. Original colour, excellent condition.
195.00
GBP









509 - 1667
France
'The Kingdom of France Divided according to its 38 Military Governments'
Kitchen, T. (1768)
57 x 43

Superb map of France by Thomas Kitchen for John Blair's "The Chronology and History of The World". Comprehensive detail is given on the various departments of the Country.  Fine condition. Later colour
140.00
GBP









308 - 1166
France
'Carte de France...'
De Lisle, G. (c. 1750)
61 x 49

Fine map of the whole of France by Guillaume De L'Isle issued by the publisher Covens and Mortier. Superbly engraved on thick paper with original outline colour. Feature include a very elegant cartouche and scale.
125.00
GBP









308 - 1167
France
'L'Isle de France'
De Wit, F. (c. 1750)
59 x 50

Finely engraved and detailed map of the Isle de France region (Paris area) by the Amsterdam cartographer Frederick de Wit. Published by Covens and Mortier. Features include a fine cartouche depicting mythological figures and an elegant panel explaining the symbols used throughout the map. A dark engraving on thick paper with original outline colouring.
125.00
GBP










710 - 2097
France
'Gallia Regnum'
Ortelius, A. (c. 1603)
10 x 8.5

Fine early map of France by Abraham Ortelius, engraved in small format by Philippe Galle, and published in the Epitome, or pocket-edition of the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum". This map from an English text edition of c. 1603 published in London and thus one of the first world atlases published in England.  Fine condition. Later colour
98.00
GBP





912 - 341



912 - 341
France
'A New and Accurate Map of France, divided into Departments, Districts....'
Conder, T. (c. 1790)
36 x 37

Fine map of France from Spencer's History of England. Later colour. Traces of old folds but a crisp copy in excellent condition.
75.00 GBP





1009 - 600



1009 - 600
France
'Bordeaux'
Henshall, J. (c. 1832)
38 x 31

Finely executed plan of the city by J Henshall for The Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. Later colour. 
75.00 GBP





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1009 - 601
France
'Marseilles'
Davies, B. (c. 1840)
40 x 32    

Finely executed  plan of the city by B R Davies for The Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge.  Steel engraving, later colour.
75.00 GBP









411 - 1474
France
'Dept. de La Corse-Corsica'
Levasseur (c. 1860)
29 x 44

Attractive map of the Island, a French Department in the Mediterranean famous as the birthplace of Napoleon Bonapart, published by Victor Levasseur. The map is surrounded by extensive vignettes showing the Island and aspects of its economy, Oranges, wine, Olive oil etc. Original colour to the map and later colour to the vignettes.
60.00
GBP









710 - 2099
France
'Normandia'
Ortelius, A. (c. 1603)
10 x 8.5

Fine early map of the Normandy region by Abraham Ortelius, engraved in small format by Philippe Galle, and published in the Epitome, or pocket-edition of the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum". This map from an English text edition of c.1603 published in London and thus one of the first world atlases published in England. Fine condition. Later colour
60.00
GBP





907246



907 - 246
France
Darton, W. (1805)
22 x 19

Copperplate engraving with later colour. Traces of old folds, good condition
30.00 GBP





907247



907 - 247
France
'France in Provinces'
Lizars, W & D. (1821)
21 x 19

Map of France from Ewingís Atlas. Later hand colour. Fine condition
30.00 GBP





903138



903 - 138
France
France - South Central
Dispatch Atlas (1863)
30 x 44

Early outline colour to the various departments. Includes Dordogne, Lozere, Herault Etc.
25.00 GBP





09010 - 56



09010 - 56
France
Dispatch Atlas (1863)
60.5 x 43.5

Double page, early outline colour, good margins.
30.00 GBP





1009 - 486



1009 - 486
France
'France North Centre'
Dispatch Atlas (1863)   
30 x 44

Map of Northern France from Pas de Calais down to Cherbourg. Bright original colour to the various departments.
25.00 GBP