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This listing is for a 1872 technical drawing of a longitudinal section of the compressed air caissons of the bridge of Kehl. It was published in Paris, as part of a manual for engineers of bridges and roads and its author is A. Debauve.

Size: 15" x 10.8" and a margin of 1.5" on the right and left sides and 1" on the other sides
(not seen in the images because the scanner is not big enough)

Perfect for framing.

CONDITION: Excellent vintage condition. It is printed on thick paper and has a nice creamy patina. The plate has a fold down the middle as it was printed on one sheet but folded to fit into the book as two pages. The back is blank . There is a very light shade on some parts of the image caused by the drawing on the opposite side. In my view it doesn't affect the image.

Please look at the photos carefully. Colors may vary due to monitor settings.

Sent to you in a tube protected with a cello sleeve.

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1872 French Engineering Drawing Section of a Bridge


  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Material: vintage drawing
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