Finely executed manuscript map of Luxembourg City, after a printed map by Guillaume Danet, which was published in Paris in 1734. This map was probably executed around the same time and we date it circa 1734-1750.
In the traditional mid-18th-century French military mapping style, the map focuses on the structures of fortifications, blocks of buildings, and topography.
The plan includes a key locating 39 points of interest within the fortifications.
Danet's printed plan is quite rare; we have had it only once in over 25 years.