Though undated, this automobile and bicycle map of the Northeastern border of France, including Luxembourg, was produced in the 1920s by Editions Taride, located on the Boulevard Saint-Denis in Paris and probably sold there at Brentano’s or another busy bookstore frequented by tourists. The map is marked No.2 (No. 1 being of Paris and its environs) and is one of at least 15 sectional fold-out maps that encompasses the whole of France. Though interrupted by World War I, the turn of the 20th century saw an explosion of interest and product development in all forms of transportation. Post war, the love of physical freedom and speed returned with amplified urgency, driven perhaps by memories of the recent, senseless carnage. Our map is laid down on linen for durability and would have fit neatly into a glove compartment or ruck sack. Condition: Normal wear, but good. Dimensions: 7" x 4.5".