Nos. 1 to 15. The idyllic beginnings. (Nos. 6 to 11. Those views of Barcelona found in the decorative borders of 17th-century maps.)
Nos. 16 to 18. Exceptional documents and the first intimations of war.
Nos. 19 to 46. The magnificent panoramas by Boisseau and Beaulieu, and the charming Italian and maritime views combine the calm of the city at peace and chronicles of war.
Nos. 47 to 60. The magnificent series of the French almanacs presents, in its own way, the military and political events of the years 1697 to 1714. (No. 55 is a German almanac.)
Nos. 61 to 67. The view of Barcelona is enclosed within borders and vignettes on 18th-century maps.
Nos. 68 to 108. Views and plans, for the most part French, but also Dutch, Italian, Spanish and Catalan, primarily depicting the city under siege.