One of our prominent sellers is Librairie Loeb-Larocque who specializes in maps, atlases and travel books from the 16th - 19th century.
Librairie Loeb-Larocque was founded in 1958 by Béatrice's father Louis Loeb-Larocque. The library is located at 31 rue de Tolbiac in Paris in the lively 13th district, a 5 minutes walk from the Bibliothèque Nationale de France and China Town. Visitors are welcomed to visit our shop by appointment only from Monday through Friday.
Besides being an expert for consigned items in auctions held at Drouot, Béatrice Loeb-Larocque has been the expert in charge of the Binoche et Giquello November auction which offers fine and rare maps and views, atlases, prints and travel books.
FIRST EDITION of Turgot's Monumental Joined View of Paris, stretching to over 10 Feet. - This expansive engraved view of Paris covers the first eleven arrondissements of modern Paris. With a combined width of over ten feet, this archivally joined plan makes for an arresting centerpiece. Turgot's is perhaps the best record of Paris in the 18th century, before its transformation by Georges-Eugène Haussmann and Emperor Napoleon III. It is widely regarded as one of the most important city views of all time.