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Scope/Content: "Dn. Rafael Ximeno y Plánes, Director gral. de la Rl. Academia de Sn. Carlos de ésta capital de Mexico, dibujo las vistas y adornas; Dn. Manuel López López pensionado que sue del grabado en la misma R. Academia y tambien por esta N.C. lo estampó; Dn. Josef Joaquin Fabregat, Director del grabado en lámina de la misma Real Academia lo grabó."
Erroneously attributed to Pedro García Conde by Palau y Dulcet.
Includes two views, indexed for points of interest: Vista I. De levante desde el camino nuevo de Vera-Cruz -- Vista II. De poniente desde el camino de Chapultepec.
1 map on 9 sheets, hand colored; mounted framed
Maps Copper engravings (visual works) -- Mexico -- 19th century