An extraordinary feat of Cartography Published by Eitienne Turgot in 1739, this Paris map is one of the most decorative and celebrated maps ever made. Every street and building of the pre-Hausmann era is shown. Not a window, chimney piece or turret has been omitted. Todays suburbs were yesterdays orchards. Windmills dotted the landscape.
Printed on three non wrinkle fabric panels. Cherry hardwood slats are placed on top and bottom, and top slats slide together. Mounting hardware is included.
1739 Paris Portfolio Desk Décor An extraordinary feat of Cartography Published by Etienne Turgot in 1739, this Paris map is...
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