Issue Cah. Current situation and potential development of geographical indications in Europe. In: Barham E, Sylvander B, eds. Labels of origin for food: local development, global recognition. Wallingford: CABI. Raising rivals costs strategy and localised agro-food systems in Europe. Int J Food Syst Dyn 3 1 : 11— Some factors of success for origin labelled products in agri-food supply chains in Europe: market, internal resources and institutions.
Econ Soc 25 9—10 : 45— Collective rules and the use of protected geographical indications by firms. Int Agric Policy 1: 11— World Dev. Lieux, temps et preuves : la construction sociale des produits de terroir. Terrain Carnets Patrim Ethnol — Les produits de terroir. Institutionalizing geographical indications in southern countries: lessons learned from Basmati and Rooibos, World Dev.
Cah Agric 17 6 : — A review of the socio-economic impact of geographical indications: considerations for the developing world. Developments and considerations around geographical indications in the developing world. Queen Mary J Intellect Prop 1: 14— Actes du colloque, Garoua, Cameroun, 20—23 avril Based on John Mitchell's iconic map of , which was used to negotiate the Treaty of Paris in that ended the American Revolutionary War, Lattre's map was published in June of , and is the first French map to depict the newly formed United States, and one of the earliest maps of the United States to use that term, and the first published after the final ratification of the Treaty by both France and Britain in February and April of , respectively.
Wallis's map of April precedes the signing of the Treaty by both nations, and Buell's map of April precedes ratification of the Treaty by Britain. As such the map extends to the east as far as eastern Canada and the important fishing banks off Newfoundland; and to the Mississippi River in the west, with the area west of the Allegany Mountains inhabited only by Indian nations and a few forts. The thirteen original British colonies are well defined with alternating body and border colours. Lattre's dedication of the map to Benjamin Franklin, who as American ambassador to France, represented the United States at the peace negotiations, "lends historical significance to the work," Cappon.
This was undoubtedly Lattre's most significant map In he published the 'Atlas Moderne' to accompany de la Croix's 'Geographie Moderne', and he also engraved maps for Robert de Vaugondy, Janvier and Bonne, all of whose work is represented in this atlas. Paris: Lattre, Plus d'informations sur ce vendeur Contacter le vendeur 4. Letterpress title-page to each volume and "Liste des Cartes", folding letterpress "Catalogues des Cartes Geographiques des Dieurs Jaillot Geographes Ordinaires du Roy" dated and with price-list in manuscript, bound at the beginning.
Contemporary speckled calf rebacked to style. First edition. Containing maps dating from , and particularly related to the Americas: three world maps "Harmonie ou Correspondance du Globe" , "Mappemonde ou carte generale" cf. The maps were compiled by Nicolas Sanson who first published his atlas in , with maps, and engraved and printed by Pierre Mariette; each held the copyright to half of the maps which bear their separate imprints, and were issued progressively from Born in Abbeville, a town in the Picardy region of France, in , Sanson was the most noted French cartographer in modern history.
Mapmaker to Louis XIV, King of France, Sanson endowed his maps with the most recent geographical information as well as the finest and sharpest engraving of the period. His "Cartes Generales de Toutes les Parties du Monde" was the most important single product of French commercial cartography of the seventeenth century.
With this atlas, Sanson laid the foundations of French domination in map production, initiating the so-called "French school of cartography," a school that was unprecedented in its attention to precision and scientific detail and discarded much of the decorative embellishments of previous maps as irrelevant. From Sanson's time in the second half of the seventeenth century until the latter part of the eighteenth century, French geographical conceptions were more influential than those put forward by any other nation.
With this landmark atlas, Sanson all but single-handedly caused the center of cartographic innovation to shift from Holland to France. Philips Catalogued by Kate Hunter. Plus d'informations sur ce vendeur Contacter le vendeur 5. Vandermaelen,] About this Item: Brussels: [P. Contemporary green straight-grain morocco, gold-tooled border and corners quite worn, backstrips detached or torn, edges and covers scuffed. Provenance: from the library of the Onondaga Historical Association, with their bookplate and library stamps on the end-leaves. Vandermaelen, a renowned Belgian cartographer, who is known for his many detailed maps of Brussels, built one example of the monumental globe that the maps in these volumes were designed to create.
It required the building of a custom-made room, within Vandermaelen's own spacious Geographical Institute, and measured more than 23 feet in diameter. As such it remains the largest image of the earth's surface available to a 19th century audience. As a result of its large size, and uniform scale this atlas is very important for its large scale depiction of newly discovered and developed areas, including the American West, the Far East and Australia.
Plus d'informations sur ce vendeur Contacter le vendeur 6. Bellin, About this Item: Paris: N. Bellin, , The title-page and etched cartouche with the imprint of Chez Huquier, rue St. Jacques, of Paris, and initialled in the image "C. A magnificent fine French binding of full contemporary red morocco, each cover decorated with elegant gilt borders and with the gilt arms of Jean Baptiste de Machault d'Arnouville, gilt inner dentelles, and the spine richly gilt in 8 compartments with 7 raised bands, with an olive green lettering-piece in one, all edges gilt.
Of the twenty-nine charts listed in the manuscript index it is doubtful whether six were ever present. These are numbers 5, 9, 14, 19, 22 and Two maps have been added from other copies to replace maps 5 and 22 "Carte reduite de l'Isle de la Jamaique" and "Carte reduite de l'ocean meridionale". Maps that are relevant to America include the world map, a map of the North Sea showing the coast of Labrador, 2 maps of the Atlantic, the Pacific ocean, a map of the Gulf of Mexico, another of the the gulf of the St. Lawrence River, and 2 maps of the West Indies. There is also a fine map of the Philippines.
Jacques Nicolas Bellin , the most significant and influential chart publisher in eighteenth-century France, was appointed chief cartographer and hydrographer to the French Navy in His maps of the French territories in North America are considered particularly successful and valuable. In went on to become Minister of Marine, but in he was disgraced and retired to the country. From the distinguished library of Lord Wardington whose collection of Atlases was unique: "a panoply of the history of cartography and of great mapmakers" Andrew Phillips "An Appreciation", Sotheby's sale catalogue.
An attractive copy. Sabin Plus d'informations sur ce vendeur Contacter le vendeur 7. Vendeur : Donald A. Historique text: half-titles, 2 folding tables, engraved portrait frontispiece; Historique atlas: engraved titles part one with vignette , 40 stipple and line engraved plates 23 hand coloured, 2 double-page , 14 maps 2 folding. Navigation text: half-title; Navigation atlas: engraved title, 32 engraved maps 25 double-page , uncut.
Expertly bound to style in blue morocco-backed marbled paper covered boards, bound by Atelier Laurenchet, flat spines tooled in gilt, red morocco lettering pieces Provenance: Pierre Lapie secretarial presentation inscription by Freycinet on front blank in the Navigation atlas The rare complete official narrative and hydrography of the Baudin-Freycinet Expedition: with a presentation inscription to the geographer to the King of France.
The expedition was sent out by the French government in with orders to complete the cartographic survey of the Australian coast. Commanded by Nicolas Baudin, the expedition left France in and sailed via Mauritius to the Australian coast in the region of Cape Leeuwin, arriving in May Peron sailed as naturalist on the expedition and Freycinet as cartographer. The vessels, Geographe and Naturaliste, sailed north from Cape Leeuwin. The expedition surveyed the coast and made observations on the natural history and inhabitants, until they crossed to Timor. After three months the two ships set out for Tasmania, the party continuing to make detailed surveys, and went on to Sydney.
They then undertook a complete survey of the southern coast and an examination of the northern coast before returning to Mauritius where, near the end of , Baudin died. It was a celebrated voyage which brought back to France the most important collection of natural history specimens in the history of the French Museum, as well as a wealth of geographical and other information. The narrative of the expedition was begun by Peron, and completed by Freycinet after Peron's death. A tacit agreement between Peron and Freycinet, both of whom disliked Baudin, kept the commander's name mostly absent from the present official account of the expedition.
Flinders completed his survey of the Australian coast before Baudin, but his imprisonment by the French in Mauritius for seven years resulted in the French exploration account being published first.
Consequently, the Baudin-Freycinet narrative includes the first complete and fully detailed map of the Australian continent. It is justly one of the most famous depictions of Australia ever produced, with virtually the entire southern coast labeled "Terre Napolean," indicating possible French colonial ambitions.
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The Atlas Historique contains a group of beautiful color plates, mostly of natural history specimens, many of which depict what the French saw during their important visit to Tasmania. The Baudin-Freycinet narrative is not always found complete, as the navigational text and atlas were issued on different dates and sold separately from the narrative i.
The specialized nature of the navigational section, including the text which constitutes a pilot to the Australian coast, meant that it was not often added to copies of the narrative section. However, as first full atlas of the Australian coastline, its cartographical contribution is of extraordinary value.
The present set with a secretarial presentation inscription by Freycinet to Pierre Lapie, the first geographer to the King of France and Chief of the Topographic section of the War Office. Maps of Australia and the region by Lapie, based on those by Freycinet, would appear in editions of Malte-Brun's atlas in the years following the publication of the present work.
They recount an outstanding voyage of discovery. In complete form the journals are exceedingly rare" Davidson. Plus d'informations sur ce vendeur Contacter le vendeur 8. One of the earliest obtainable maps of the world to show modern discoveries, from Ptolemy's "Geographie opus nouissima traductione e Grecorum archetypis castigatissime pressum", published in Strassburg by Johann Schott in This was the first modern atlas, prepared by Martin Waldseemuller, scholar-geographer from the small town of St.
Die in Lorraine, using the translation of Mathias Ringmann. It is one of the most important editions of Ptolemy, containing many new regional maps: twenty new maps based on contemporary knowledge with a great deal of new information. In his introductory text to the atlas, Ringmann referrs to the "Charta autem Marina", derived from observations made by Christopher Columbus, or "The Admiral", as a major source of information for the coastline of the New World, although Alberto Cantino's portolan map dated , based on the discoveries of Gaspar Corte Real, and Nicolo Caveri's of , seem more likely candidates.
This information is reflected in the "Orbis Typus Universalis" and in another map in the same atlas: the first map in an atlas entirely devoted to America, "Tabula terre nove", often called the "Admiral's map", after Columbus, as it references him within the coastline of Brazil. In "Orbis Typus Universalis" the landmass remains unnamed, perhaps in a vain attempt to reverse the notion that it should be called "America", as it previously appeared in Waldseemuller's large wall map of See Burden pages xix-xxii, and 3; Shirley Plus d'informations sur ce vendeur Contacter le vendeur 9. About this Item: Paris: ca , From there it flows eastwards through Carinthia in Austria into Slovenia and then southeast, passing through Croatia and forming most of the border between Croatia and Hungary, before it joining the Danube near Osijek.
It shows several hundred towns and all existing and planned canals and watercourses in the area at the time of drafting. In the legend to the left of the map, in manuscript identical to that already associated with Bellin see the manuscript Index of Bellin's "Cartes Marines". Paris: N. Bellin, in the Arader Galleries library , the author of this map presents as his sources for this present map the anonymous cartographer of "the least deficient maps" of Carinthia and Hungary, but also his own works. The artist's self-assured reference to his own mapping of the Trieste and Fiume coastlines in provides further evidence of his identity as that of Bellin.
In addition, it seems unlikely that a military cartographer or a geographer working on the early Josephinic ordnance surveys would dare to comment on the inadequate mapping of Carinthia and Hungary and recommend the famous astronomer Maximilian Hell as the man best suited to the task. The earliest date on the verso of the current map is late , establishing a potential period for the creation of this map at between and Bellin was the most significant and influential chart publisher in eighteenth-century France.
About twenty years later, cartographer Francois Jospeh Maire based in Vienna, describing himself as a hydrographer and military Engineer, published his own magnificent map "Carte Hydrographique des Etats de la Maison d'Autriche en deca du Rhin. Plus d'informations sur ce vendeur Contacter le vendeur Nicolas du Louvre, Engraved title-page. Contemporary speckled calf with red morroco lettering piece rebacked preserving the original spine, a bit rubbed.
Provenance: with the 19th-century ownership inscription of Abbe [Anatole? Editions of the "Introduction" are known from as early as , published under Guillaume Sanson's name, but vary in content.
Guillaume was the son of celebrated French cartographer Nicholas Sanson-d'Abbeville , and Pierre Moullart was Nicholas's grandson who inherited the Sanson empire, and the position of Royal Cartographer, on his uncle's death. The extra-ordinary maps include some unusual hemispheres: concave views from the center of the earth outward; views using the Paris horizon as a reference point; and counterproofs.
This technical introduction to cartography also shows calculation techniques with paper instruments using volvelles. Maps related to America are the world maps: Planisphere urano-geographique. Not in any bibliography known to us. Volume I only. Engraved allegorical title-page by le Pautre after Berrin, engraved table and 30 double-page engraved charts on 31 sheets by H. Berey a few browned, some light spotting. Contemporary cat's-paw calf gilt, spine with raised bands and red morocco lettering-piece extremities worn, joints splitting. Provenance: Ink library stamp of?
In the late seventeenth century, French Jesuit missionaries in China transplanted a distinctively French and distinctively academic brand of scientific work from Paris to Beijing. In this paper, I argue that significant differences distinguish the French Jesuit scientific mission in its late seventeenth-century and eighteenth-century incarnations.
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Contemporary mottled calf, the spine in six compartment separated by five raised bands, gilt lettered in one and decorated in the rest hinges starting, gilt lettering faded, extremities worn. The map of Lotharingia the first map of the Duchy of Lorrain , printed in black, red and olive, is one the earliest examples of color-printing. London: Sage. To un- derstand what a border constitutes today means raising fundamental questions in order to visualize our future societies, as well as redefining our rela- tion to the world. From Sanson's time in the second half of the seventeenth century until the latter part of the eighteenth century, French geographical conceptions were more influential than those put forward by any other nation.
Download PDF. Some observations on the Observations the decline of the French Jesuit scientific mission in China. Zusammenfassung Im ausgehenden Download to read the full article text. III, t. III, 2 , , p. Google Scholar. Benjamin A. CI, , p. Witek , Controversial ideas in China and Europe.
Reichl, , series I, vol. XIII, p. Fontenay-Leibniz, 15 Sept. By , some thirty French Jesuits had joined the mission in China. III, p. III, , p. On French Jesuit political, theological, and ecclesiastical difficulties in the early eighteenth century, see Catherine M. See Fontenay-Leibniz, 10 Sept. Simon , ibid.
See LEC , t. See in LEC , t. For European medicinal remedies, see in ibid. On the mapping project, see ibid. I, Paris, Rollin, Souciet , op. Simon , op. Gouye , op. VII, part. Lecomte , op. Consult the handy chronology in J.