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Bird’s Eye view: Paris Exhibition and Eiffel Tower: Key to the principal installations. After Henry Lanos.
French Riviera views: Monte Carlo, Villefranche, La Turble, Beaulieu, Mentone, Nice, Cannes, Eze, Grasse and Hyres.
Panorama of Paris from the Village of Chaillot.
Nice: View along Les Ponchettes towards the old town.
Bird’s Eye view:With 18 vignettes of historic buildings and locations.
Nice: Bird’s eye view from Mont Alban towards the Baie des Anges.
Panorama of the World Fair from Port de la Concorde to Port de l’Alma and showing the Eiffel Tower. The fair was not a financial success and Paris did not host another until 1937 by which time enthusiasm for universal community had faded.
Toulon: View of the port. After Barthelemy Lauvergne, artist on the voyage of La Bonite 1836-7.
Lyons: View over the Saone river towards Fourviere Hill.
Notre Dame: West front. Engraved by John Chapman.
SCARCE Monaco and Coast of Genoa. The first example of more than one lithographic stone used to print colour. Finished by hand.
Fountaine des Innocens. Engraved by John Chapman.
Panorama of Paris: From the Champ de Mars and the main building of the 1867 International Exposition.
Louvre: Eastern Front. Engraved by Thomas Dale.