Cycling Map of the French Mediterranean published by Andriveau Goujon of Paris for the Touring Club de France 1902. On paper size…Scale 1:400,000. Colour. Covers an area from Montpellier in the west to San Remo over the Italian border in the east, and inland to Avignon, the Luberon and the mountains north of Nice. The French title of the map is Carte Velocepedique et Touriste de France sheet 15. Includes a colour coded key plus information on roads and railways. Heights are shown by shading or hachuring. A very detailed map for the early cycle or motor tourist. Folds into original slipcase with advertising for Griffiths Cycles. VG condition. CTC Continental Handbooks: France Parts I and II, published by the Cyclists’ Touring Club, London 1899 and 1900. Part I includes intineraries in Corsica, Algeria and Tunis. Both in stiff cloth covers size 18 by 12 cm. 618 and 448 pages. With weatherproof folding maps in a wallet inside the front endpapers. VG condition.
Publisher CTC & Andriveau Goujon