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Bordeaux by Pierre Aveline, published in Paris by Jean. c. 1780

Aveline Family

A family of Parisian engravers and map sellers flourished in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

The main members of this family were:

  • Pierre Aveline I (1656-1722) was a cartographer and engraver who specialised in topographical views.

  • Antoine Aveline I (1662-1712) Engraver and publisher of city views.


The Jean Family were geographers, publishers and 'Marchands d'estampes' of Paris at the end of the 18th century.

Most works are credited simply 'Jean'.

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Bourdeaux ancienement Burdigala, Ville Capitale de la Guienne, avec Siege Archiepiscopale, Parlement, Sénéchaussée, Chambre des Comptes, Cour des Aides, Intendance.

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Category:  Antique maps > Europe > France

Decorative and very rare antique view of Bordeaux by Pierre Aveline, published in Paris by Jean.

Title: Bourdeaux ancienement Burdigala, Ville Capitale de la Guienne, avec Siege Archiepiscopale, Parlement, Sénéchaussée, Chambre des Comptes, Cour des Aides, Intendance.
A Paris chez Jean. rue Jean de Beauvais. N° 32.

Date of the first edition: 1692.
Date of this map: c. 1780.

Copper engraving, printed on paper.
Map size: 340 x 510mm (13.39 x 20.08 inches).
Sheet size: 375 x 550mm (14.76 x 21.65 inches).
Verso: Blank.
Condition: Original coloured in the style of the French perspective views, excellent.
Condition Rating: A+.

Separate publication.

Aveline Family

A family of Parisian engravers and map sellers flourished in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

The main members of this family were:

  • Pierre Aveline I (1656-1722) was a cartographer and engraver who specialised in topographical views.

  • Antoine Aveline I (1662-1712) Engraver and publisher of city views.


The Jean Family were geographers, publishers and 'Marchands d'estampes' of Paris at the end of the 18th century.

Most works are credited simply 'Jean'.