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20.01 Plan of the Siege of Tournay, ca 1745, by Nicholas Tindal, London

 

A very detailed city plan, A Strong City and Castle in the Earldom of Flanders, taken by the Confederates July 7, 1709 and left as a Barrier Town to the Dutch by the Treaty of Utrecht. This battle plan map shows most major buildings surrounded by a wide and complex system of fortifications, including the extensive Citadel.  The armies surrounding the town are each named: Saxon Guards, Temple, Meredith, Regiment of Saxon Dragoons and Reysing Dragoons.  The plan is rated Very Good [see our rating criteria on the Home Page] with only normal age toning noted and measures approximately (18.0" x 14.0" - 45.8 x 35.6 cm) uncolored as issued.     $160.  ($12. shipping / handling / ins. - foreign postage addnl.)

20.02 Draught of ye Bay of Bulls between the Town of Rotta and Fort St. Catherine, ca 1745, by Nicholas Tindal, London

 

This highly decorative chart shows over 40 ships in the harbor including a line of 15 three-masted galleons  along the shore firing on the town and fort.  There is a beautiful large cartouche which contains the legend and a smaller one that contains the distance scale.  The chart is rated Very Good with only normal age toning noted and measures approximately (18.0" x 14.0" - 45.8 x 35.6 cm) uncolored as issued.   $120. ($12. shipping / handling / ins. - foreign postage addnl.)

20.03   Plan of ye Battle of Wynendale, between ye Troops of ye Allies commanded by Major Gen Webb & those of France, under Count de la Motte, Sep. 28, 1708, ca 1745, by Nicholas Tindal, London

 

The troops are mounted; the castle is shown inside the ringed moat and a beautiful title cartouche with a miliary theme and descriptions are shown in the lower right corner.  The map is rated Very Good with no apparent flaws other than normal age toning and  measures approximately (18.0" x 14.0" - 45.8 x 35.6 cm) uncolored as issued.  $105.   ($12. shipping / handling / ins. - foreign postage addnl.)

20.04   Plan of the Camp of Tarragona, ca 1745, by Nicholas Tindal, London

 

Depicted is the road to Barcelona, the road to Tortosa, and the towns of Valla, Constanina, Villa Secca, Cambrils, la Silva and others.  Crosses are noted to indicate hills that are 'impracticable for cavalry'.  The ancient town of Tarragona is shown with large fortifications.  The plan is complete with a very decorative cartouche and three nicely engraved masted ships in the harbour.  The plan is rated Very Good with only normal age toning and  measures approximately (18.0" x 14.0" - 45.8 x 35.6 cm) uncolored as issued.  $160.   ($12. shipping / handling / ins. - foreign postage addnl.)

21.01    Carte du Gouvernement de VALENCE.....Plan de la Ville, et Chateau de Valence en Milanois assiegez par les  armees' du Roy tre's Chrestien Louis (XVI) commandee 1656 ....,  ca 1676, by Sebastian de Pontault de Beaulieu, Paris

 

Beaulieu was a French military engineer Ingenieur de Roy.  Best known for his battle plans; this map is from his work Villes of France, 1646.   Depicted is the battle of Valenza in 1656 .  Richly colored and illustrated, the map has an overview insert giving the locations of troops, a very fine cartouche of the French military, battle descriptions and decorative border.  It measures approximately ( 21.4" x 18.0"  - 54.5 x 45.0 cm) and is rated Excellent [see our rating criteria on the Home Page].     $230.   ($12. shipping / handling / ins. - foreign postage addnl.)

21.03 A View of the Town and Castle of St. Augustine, and the English Camp before June 20, 1740; [1847], by Thomas Silver, London

 

A later edition from A History of Georgia depicting British General John Oglethorpe’s first unsuccessful expedition against the Spanish at St. Augustine, Florida.  The birds-eye view depicts the Matanza river, the castle, the North and South Channel and warships in the foreground.  A lengthy key and explanatory notes fill the bottom third of the map.  General Oglethorpe was the founder of the American colony of Georgia, which was situated as a buffer colony between Florida and South Carolina.  This issue is a later edition of the original of 1740 - 42 map that appeared in Gentlemen’s Magazine (1740) and in “An Impartial Account of the Late Expedition against St. Augustine, Under General Ogelthorpe” (1742).  The map is virtually identical to the earlier map editions.  Printed on fine banknote paper, the map is rated Excellent [see our rating criteria on the Home Page] with no apparent flaws and measures approximately (6.6" x 11.2"  - 16.8 x 28.5 cm).  $90   ($9. shipping / handling / ins. - foreign postage addnl.)

22.08      Afbeelding van de Stad en Revier van Rochester, Chattam..., c1700, by Daniel Stoopendael, Amsterdam

 

This is one of the most magnificent battle view produced by Stoopendael depicting one of the most famous battles between the English and Dutch.  The panorama illustrates the region of Rochester, England and the entrance to the River Thames, where the Dutch fleet destroyed and captured numerous British ships; including the Royal Charles.  The city of Rochester is well depicted with river and bay filled with burning ships.  The hills overlooking the battle scene show many on-lookers and the army below moving forward into battle.  The text along the bottom of the print provides details of the engagement.  The print is rated Very Good [see our rating criteria on the Home Page] with only a few light foxing stains noted in the text portion.  The print measures approximately (13.5" x 9.5") accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.    $240.     ($12. shipping / handling / ins. - foreign postage addnl.)

22.13    Slag by Nieupoort, c1620 , by Lambert Cornelis, Paris

 

The print depicts the battle of Nieuport in 1660.  A legend at the bottom of the print identifies the troops of the Dutch and English forces. Prince Frederick Henrik is noted on the legend.  Uncolored, the print is rated Very Good with no apparent flaws and measures approximately (11.1" x 14.1").   $260.  ($12. shipping / handling / ins. - foreign postage addnl.)

22.14      Plan der stadt van Quesnoy [France], c1729, Anonymous

 

A very detailed battle map of the siege of Quesnoy, France by the Dutch on June 20, 1712.  The birds-eye-view of the battle includes artillery tracks of the Dutch forces as well as a key to the left of the print of the fortifications, etc. printed in both French and Dutch.  The map is rated Very Good [see our rating criteria on the Home Page];  printed in two sheets joined to form a large view of the print is  uncolored and measures approximately (21.5" x 27.3") accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.     $92. ($12. shipping / handling / ins. - foreign postage addnl.)

22.21 La cite' de Auguspourg des Vindeliciens auiourdhuy des Rhetiens cogneue par tout le monde, c1568, by Sebastian Munster, Basel

 

A woodblock print of Augsburg illustrating a very detailed plan of the fortifications of the city.  There are three coast-of-arms;  with the maps orientation having the west at top.  This highly detailed print provides place names.  There is a legend noted in both the right and left bottom sides.  From a French edition of Munster's Cosmographia Universalis.  The print is rated Very Good [see our rating criteria on the Home Page] with some age toning noted; measuring approximately (10.2" x 13.8"  - 26.0 x 35.0 cm).       $110.  ($12. shipping / handling / ins. - foreign postage addnl.)

22.25 Oostende, c1612 , by Lodovico (Louis) Guicciardini, Amsterdam

 

This hand colored copperplate engraving of the City of Oostende is from Guicciardini's publication Beschrijving van alle de Nederlanden, edited by Blaeu in 1612.  Good strong colors. The title was initially printed as 'Ooseende' but late changed by the printer from an 'E' to a 'T'.  There were five brothers sent by their father Lacopo, from Florence to run their mercantile business in Antwerp.  Lodovico did not arrive until 1539.  It was Lodovico and his brother Giovan Battista who became active in the fields of geography and cartography.  They published various cartographic prints that were similar to Braun & Hogenberg.  This print is rated Excellent [see our rating criteria on the Home Page] with only printers marks noted and one water stain outside the neatline.  Measuring approximately (9.1" x 11.8"  - 23.0 x 30.0 cm) the print is on heavy paper.          $260.  ($12. shipping / handling / ins. - foreign postage addnl.)

22.28   Douay  (France),  c1735,  by Johannes Ratelband, Amsterdam

 

A very attractive birds-eye-view of the towns of Doornik and Douai, published in the first edition of the Kleyne en Beknopte Atlas of Tooneel des Oorlogs in Europa ...  by Ratelband, a theologian and publisher. The map is surrounded by plans of the fortifications and environs and was used in the War of Grand Alliance (1689-1697).  Also, the map came into use in the War of Spanish Succession (1701-1713/14) and with the War of Polish Succession (1733-1738).  The is rated Very Good with no flaws apparent [see our rating criteria on the Home Page] and measures approximately (5.9" x 10.1") with a certificate of authenticity.    $90.    ($12. shipping / handling / ins. - foreign postage addnl.)  Sale Price:  $50

22.29 Arras, France ca1612, by Lodovico (Louis) Guicciardini, Amsterdam

 

This hand colored copperplate engraving of the City of Arras, FRANCE  is from Guicciardini's publication Beschrijving van alle de Nederlanden. Good strong colors, the print is based on Braun & Hogenberg's 1572 plan. There were five brothers sent by their father Lacopo, from Florence to run their mercantile business in Antwerp. Lodovico did not arrive until 1539. It was Lodovico and his brother Giovan Battista who became active in the fields of geography and cartography. The print is rated Very Good [see our rating criteria on the Home Page] with only minor age toning noted.  A French coat-of-arms is shown at the top center.  Measuring approximately (9.1" x 12.2" - 23.0 x 31.0 cm) , the print is on heavy paper.    $190.   ($12 shipping / handling / ins. - foreign postage addnl.)         

23.04    Office of Chief Signal Officer Dept of Pacific, 8th A.G., Map of the 'Operations Against MANILA - Aug 13, 1898, dated October 1898",  c1900,  by U. S. War Dept., Washington, D.C.

 

The map was copied from a hand drawn field compilation of Manila.  Published by the War Dept. in 1900 as Senate Document 426, 56th Congress.  The map shows location of troops during the bombardment by the Navy and 'complied by Lieut - Col R. E. Thompson, G.S.O. and drawn by J. H Watkins, Sergt. Signal Corps'.  The uncolored publication is full of detail about the U. S. attacks on Manila during the Spanish American War.  The map measures approximately (7.5" x 10.3") with it's condition rated Very Good [see our rating criteria on the Home Page] and normal age toning noted; fold marks as issued.      $60.    ($9. shipping / handling / ins. - foreign postage addnl.)

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