Published in “Atlas National Illustre des 86 Departements et des Possessions De La France” Paris, c. 1845
A highly decorative map from Levasseur’s Atlas National featuring the 86 departments and French possessions. Incredibly detailed, this map shows the locally available commercial goods, topographical focal points as well as famous personages associated with the region in pictorial and written form. The Algerian Coast was a region annexed by France in 1830 and remained under French rule until 1962. The area is rich in minerals, olives, spices and dates.
Map Condition: Fine. Blindstamp of papermaker? Map Type: Steel engraved map hand coloured in outline
Stock No: 1441
Cartographer: Levasseur, Victor
Year: c. 1845
Height (in):11-1/4″-28.5 cm.
Width (in): 16-1/4″-41.2 cm.