A stunningly executed 1882 large format folding pocket map of Paris, France by E. Andriveau-Goujon. Focuses on the old walled center of Paris from Neuilly in the northwest to Pantin in the northeast, Issy in the southwest, and Ivry in the southeast. Inset maps detail the gardens of Bois de Boulogne and Bois de Vincennes. Offers extraordinary detail of the city on a scale of 1:12,500. Details individual buildings, streets, monuments, gardens and palaces. Shows exceptionally remarkable attention to detail in the public gardens where subtle expressions of landscape design are apparent. Predates the Eiffel tower. Color coded by arrondissement. Engraved by P. Mea of 70 Rue St. Victor, Paris for E. Andriveau-Goujon of 4 Rue du Bac, Paris, 1882.