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Le Cantal Steam Engine Locomotive n°1202 Forquenot Paris Orleans


Le Cantal Steam Engine Locomotive n°1202 Forquenot Paris Orleans




 

    French Le Cantal steam engine locomotive n° 1202 made by Forquenot for Paris Orleans railways sectional, elevation plan and description, lithograph print by Goyer middle of the 19th century. 35 1/2" width 24 5/8" height. Good condition, dirty on the edges, small tears on the edges, fold as presented on the following pictures.
Provenance: collection of Francois Prosper Jacqmin (1820-1889), Student of the Ecole Polytechnique,engineer of Imperial school of Ponts et Chaussées, teacher and chairman in this school, member of the Jury, class 52, of the Paris Universal Exhibition in 1867.

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For our French-speaking friends: Le Cantal Locomotive vapeur 1202, ingénieur en chef Victor Forquenot des chemins de fer Paris Orléans. Lithographie Goyer, projet en élévation en cours milieu du XIXème siècle. Provenance: Fond de Mr François Prosper Jacqmin (1820-1889), Polytechnicien, ingénieur au corps Impérial des Pont et Chaussées, professeur et président de l'école, et directeur d'exploitation de la Cie des Chemins de Fer de l'Est. Bon état, papier frais, salissures sur les bords, petite déchirure au plis, petits accidents en haut et bas de page. Hauteur 62,5 cm, largeur 90 cm.

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