Burgundy Nivernais – French map


Designer: Jean Dollfus
Decade: 1920s
Year: Unknown
Dimensions: 78 x 108 cm
Lithographically printed by: The Paris Cartographic Institute
Country: France
Condition: 9/10

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This old French map of Burgundy, which was a French region until 2016, when it was merged with Franche-Comté to form the new region of Burgundy-Franche-Comté. The area is located in central France. The most famous cities on this map are Auxerre, Troyes, Dijon, Moulins and Nevers.

The map is part of a larger collection of French maps, designed by Jean Dollfus. Oddly enough, this map is the only one without a year, but we’re pretty sure it’s from the 1920s – possibly the early 1930s.

Condition: 9/10 – The map has patina, but is almost in perfect condition.

Frame is not included. See our large selection of exclusive frames, which can be precisely adapted to the map’s large 78×108 cm format.

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