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  • A beautiful map with the best and interesting footpaths around Courmayeur. In the top left corner a list of the mountain trails for an enjoyable and safe experience. At bottom left the Cinzano ad for its vermouth. The uncommon lithograph map drawn by Gino Veragnez-Marino was published by Guide Illustrate Reynaudi for the local tourist office in 1920 circa.

    • Author: Gino Veragnez Marino
    • Dimension: 24 x 29 cm
    • Place of publication: Turin
    • Year: 1920
  • Rare acquatinta in original colours from “Descrizione dei Santuari del Piemonte piu’ distinti…” published in turin in 1820-25 by Reycend and Company. [cod.1168/15]

    • Author: ARGHINENTI Giacomo
    • Year: 1820-1825
    • Dimension: 235 x 295 mm
    • Place of publication: Turin
  • Rare acquatinta in original colours from “Descrizione dei Santuari del Piemonte piu’ distinti…” published in turin in 1820-25 by Reycend and Company. [cod.1168/15]

    • Author: ARGHINENTI Giacomo
    • Year: 1820-1825
    • Dimension: 235 x 295 mm
    • Place of publication: Turin
  • Important very fine aquatint view showing the Sanctuary of the Beata Vergine del Pilone, a beautiful example of Piedmontese Baroque, near Moretta in the province of Cuneo. Below are the signatures of “M. Nicolosino dis.” and “G. Arghinenti inc.”.
    From the Descrizione dei Santuari del Piemonte piu’ distinti… published in Turin, 1822-25 by F. Reycend e Compagnia.

    • Author: ARGHINENTI Giacomo
    • Year: 1820-1825
    • Dimension: 235 x 295 mm
    • Place of publication: Turin
  • Rare acquatinta in original colours from “Descrizione dei Santuari del Piemonte piu’ distinti…” published in turin in 1820-25 by Reycend and Company. [cod.1168/15]

    • Author: ARGHINENTI Giacomo
    • Year: 1820-1825
    • Dimension: 235 x 295 mm
    • Place of publication: Turin
  • Rare acquatinta in original colours from “Descrizione dei Santuari del Piemonte piu’ distinti…” published in turin in 1820-25 by Reycend and Company. [cod.1168/15]

    • Author: ARGHINENTI Giacomo
    • Year: 1820-1825
    • Dimension: 235 x 295 mm
    • Place of publication: Turin