"Old Engraving - The City Of Chambéry Seat Of The Parliament And Capital Of The Duchy Of Savoy"Original proof engraved in 1646 on 2 attached sheets. Jean Boisseau editor.
Reinforcement of Japanese paper on the back of the large margins well preserved, fine traces of folds, a dark trace in the parliament of the Jacobins (i).
Sheet format: 88 x 35 cm.
Engraving format: 72 x 28 cm.
Original antique engraving of 1645.
Rare panorama of the city with references in the margin from A to Z and from 1 to 48, locating the main places and buildings of the city.
Coat of arms of the city.
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Boisseau was both a geographer, topographer and publisher and designated himself as "Enlumineur du Roy". According to the work of engravers H. Picart and Chastillon, he published a total of 28 views of France and 28 views of Europe and Asia between 1641 and 1648 for the Théâtre des Gaules.