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Titre : 1) Pirogue Des Orotchys; 2) Pirogue Des ...
Éditeur : L' Imprimerie de la Republique in Paris. 1797.
Date d'édition : 1797
17.5 x 24.6 cm 1st view, 17.5 x 24.6 cm 2nd view, 39.4 x 24.7 cm page size, copper engraving with smudges and water stains along top and left margins into plate. Condition considered when priced. View from 'Atlas du Voyage de La Pérouse autour du Monde'. REFERENCE: Sabin 38961, Hill p. 173, Wagner (NW) 837-848. N° de réf. du libraire 6881
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Description de la librairie : Major cities all over the world boast of at least one antiquarian and art gallery specialising in prints. The Gallery of Prints enjoys the distinction as the country's first and only gallery to permanently offer such. Thus aside from its very large collection of 16th century woodcuts, 17th and 18th century copper engravings, 19th century steel engravings and lithographs, the Gallery also carries antique books and publications specialising in but not limited to the Philippines. Themes cover a wide range including Southeast Asia, and the rest of the world, alongside maps and views, botanicals and flowers, birds and other animals, costumes and architecture, all providing fascinating glimpses into world history.