Place de Louis XV. au Pont Tournant des Tuilleries dont la Ville a possée la premiere...

George Louis le Rouge (*1707 - 1790)
A rare plan of 'Place de la Concorde' by G. L. le Rouge

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A rare plan of Place de la Concorde by G. L. le Rouge

A scarce map of the Place de la Concorde in Paris at Champs-Elysées by Le Rouge. The place was called 'Place de Louis XV' during the time of printing. We could not locate a copy of this plan in any library worldwide.

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CartographerGeorge Louis le Rouge
TitlePlace de Louis XV. au Pont Tournant des Tuilleries dont la Ville a possée la premiere Pierre le 22 Avril 1754.
Publisher, YearG. L. le Rouge, Paris, 1754
Plate Size30.2 x 19.8 cm (11.9 x 7.8 inches)
Sheet Size46.5 x 29.0 cm (18.3 x 11.4 inches)

Condition

Perfect conditions.

Cartographer

G. L. le Rouge was a French military engineer, hydrographer and cartographer. He produced a wide rang of attractive cartographic work. He held a position of Geographical Engineer to King Louis XV.

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A rare plan of 'Place de la Concorde' by G. L. le Rouge

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