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George Bradshaw's Plan of Florence, Italy 1896 Featured Florence Print

George Bradshaw's Plan of Florence, Italy 1896

This is a detailed Plan of Florence showing the streets, canals, principal buildings, railways and railway stations. It has been meticulously recreated in colour and republished without and fold creases by Mapseeker, from a rare antique original black and white fold up tourist city map. The 29 that were originally published as fold up maps featuring the principal cities of Europe are now rare, yet popular at their time among those who could then explore Europe by railway for the first time

© Mapseeker Publishing Ltd

The Palazzo Pazzi (Palazzo della Congiura or Palazzo Pazzi-Quaratesi Featured Florence Print

The Palazzo Pazzi (Palazzo della Congiura or Palazzo Pazzi-Quaratesi

The Palazzo Pazzi (Palazzo della Congiura or Palazzo Pazzi-Quaratesi) - a Renaissance-style palace in Florence, Tuscany, Italy. The architect of the palace was Giuliano da Maiano, though it has in the past been attributed to Michelozzo di Bartolomeo or Filippo Brunelleschi (as ascribed on this postcard). The Pazzi arms (top left) are attributed to Donatello. The Scoppio del Carro ("Explosion of the Cart") is also shown (lower left) - a folk tradition of Florence. On Easter Sunday, a cart, packed full of fireworks and other pyrotechnics, is lit and provides a historic spectacle in the civic life of the city. Date: 1902

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Raffaello Bertieri Featured Florence Print

Raffaello Bertieri

1875-1941. Born: Florence, Italy. Publisher, graphic designer and type designer. He began publishing Il Risorgimento Grafico (Renaissance of the Graphic Arts) even before founding his own printing and publishing house, Bertieri & Vanesetti, which gained notoriety by publishing the works of Gabriele d'Annunzio, and renowned for its edition of L'arte di GB Bodoni. Many of his books won prizes, most notably at the hugely influential Paris Exposition of 1925

© Mary Evans / Peter & Dawn Cope Collection