Antique uncolored map of part of France, c. 1630s. This detailed map shows the Berry region of France. Cities on this map include Bourges, Vierzon, Chastillon, Gien, Sancerre, La Charite, Chateauroux, and Nevers. It includes small villages and towns, as well as some topography shown pictorially with mountains and trees. No mapmaker or engraver is identified on the map, but we believe this edition may have been published by Tavernier, who is known for publishing atlases with maps from a variety of mapmakers. Very good restored condition, map has been cleaned and deacidified. Some minor signs of age remain, including mild stains. Measures approx. 14 x 20 inches to the neatline.
Item Number: EUR2893