Lot 41    

Hand-Colored French Engraved Map of Tennessee,
2005, Furniture and Decorative Arts / Oct 7 - 8
Parisian map colored in pink, light green, dark green and yellow. Mileage scale presented with French notations. Bottom left of map reads Grave par E. Collin bottom right reads Ecrit par Arnoul Rue de Petit-Pont No. 26 a Paris. 11.5" x 18.5" (w/o frame); 17" x 24" (w/ frame).

Condition:  
Some paper damage at center bottom margin, not removed from frame.
Sold: $192.00
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