This unusual offering is an antique set of twenty maps that together create a large and impressive map of Paris. It was published in c. 1900 by Taride and is a recreation of a historic, earlier map of Paris from 1739. The Turgot map of Paris is a highly accurate and detailed map of the city of Paris, France, published in 1739 as an atlas of twenty non-overlapping, sectional bird's-eye-view maps. Turgot was given official permission to enter every building in Paris in order to depict each building accurately. These gorgeously detailed maps could be framed individually in the gallery wall style that is popular these days, or the pages could be joined by a restorer to create a wall map (rendered digitally below) that would measure around 75.25 x 100 inches. Either way, the result will be an impressive and sophisticated art piece.