Carlsruhe: Johan Velten, 1826.
Folio. Worn but sturdy marbled boards with expert repairs in cloth to spine and corners; some hinges have also been restored. Includes elaborate title page, dedication page, preface to German edition, 43 hinged hand-colored sheets (24 maps and 19 tables). Some light toning and foxing throughout. Carlsruhe: Johann Velten, (1826).
First German edition of the popular French atlas. Phillips List of Geographical Atlases #3550. Title translates to: "Historical-genealogical-geographical Atlas of Le Sage Count Las Cases in three and thirty-fold surveys translated from French of the latest edition into German and augmented with two political-geographical surveys by Alexandre von Dusch".
Emmanuel-Augustin-Dieudonné-Joseph, comte de Las Cases (1766-1842) was a French atlas-maker (aka Le-Sage) and author.
Condition: Very Good