A French variant of De Jonghe's view of London
- chez Jean Savué demeurant à la rue St. Jaques proche St. Yves à la libert,
- Publication place
- 385 by 540mm. (15.25 by 21.25 inches).
A French variant on De Jonghe's view of London, with the verses underneath in a different type and the name of the Thames translated into French from Latin.
Jean Sauvé (1635-1692) was an engraver and publisher active in Paris, and known for re-engraving the works of others, including de Jonghe (as here), Merian, Tavernier, and Jollain.