Corrèze France Copper plate printing by Levasseur 1861
Title: Dept. De La Corrèze.
Description: Copper plate printing of Corrèze French in hand coloring. The vignettes reflect the agricultural nature of the department, with farm animals, implements, utensils and other produce, including views & portraits. At left and right of the map description of statistics.
Mapmaker: Victor Levasseur. / Pelissier. French cartographer known for his decorative maps.
Origin: Atlas National Illustré, published Paris. Atlas National Illustré printed about twenty times between 1842 and 1872 by three different Parisian publishers: Binet ( 1842-1844), Amable Combette (from 1843 to 1858, as shown on a random 15, rue La Parcheminerie), and after its bankruptcy Pelissier (1859 -1872).
Size app.: Sheet app.: 49.5 x 35.6 cm - 19.5 x 14.2 inches. Image app.: 43 x 28.5 cm. 17 x 11.25 inches. Condition: View overall very good, verso Blanco. A Certificate of Authenticity ( COA ) will be supplied on request.