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An important map of the Mont Blanc Massif

Stock No. 24076 Category: Tags: , Cartographer: MIEULET, Jean-Joseph.

Massif du Mont Blanc Extrait des Minutes de la Carte de France Lev? par Mieulet, Cap.ne d'Etat Major. Publi? par Ordre de S.E. Le M.al Randon Mininstre de la Guerre.
Paris: Imprimerie Veuve Ethiou-P?rou, 1865. Colour lithogrsaphic map. Dissected and laid on linen, as issued, total 630 x 785mm. With label of mapseller 'Payot Fr?res Chamonix' on printed border.

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A detailed map of the environs of Mont Blanc surveyed by Captain Jean-Joseph Mieulet in 1863 as part of a map of France on a scale of 1:80,000. The map was engraved by Erhard Schieble and the relief hatchuring by Yves et Barret.
In 1861, a year after France annexed Savoy, the local border between France and Italy was determined, with the summit of Mont Blanc in France: this map was the first to be published with the new status quo.

Additional information

Dimensions 785 × 630 mm
Cartographer

Date

1865

Extra Info

Massif du Mont Blanc Extrait des Minutes de la Carte de France Lev? par Mieulet, Cap.ne d'Etat Major. Publi? par Ordre de S.E. Le M.al Randon Mininstre de la Guerre.

Publication

Paris: Imprimerie Veuve Ethiou-P?rou, 1865. Colour lithogrsaphic map. Dissected and laid on linen, as issued, total 630 x 785mm. With label of mapseller 'Payot Fr?res Chamonix' on printed border.

Condition

A good example.

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