This is a fantastic visualization of the highest mountains in the world, organized by continents. Given that this is a french product, expectedly, there is a bity of over-subscription of European peaks. The mountain chains and heights in meters are listed for each peak in the index below. Published in Maison Basset's Atlas Illustre.
1846 Barbie du Bocage Map of the Principal Mountains of the World
Hauteur au Dessus de la Mer, des Points les plus Eleves des Principles Chaines de Montagnes
Map Maker Specifics
J. Barbie du Bocage, 1846, Paris
9.3 x 12.1 in. plus margins
Very good. Slight toning, thicker paper stock, and a few small corner creases. Uncolored.