Plan De La Bataille De Fredelingue ...
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A detailed plan of the battle at Fredelingue on the banks of the river Rhine and the French/Swiss border near Basle. A lettered key accompanies the plan detailing the movement of the opposing sides. Nicolas de Fer was a prominent Parisian mapmaker and publisher of the early eighteenth century. One of his most successful works was the "Atlas Curieux". The "Atlas Curieux" was well-known and popular, being expanded in successive editions between 1700 and 1705, and re-edited in 1714 and 1716 under the title "Suite de l'Atlas Curieux". The maps, on a small folio format were boldly engraved and well detailed, and are now quite uncommon.
region: Maps of Switzerland
mapmaker: N. De Fer
place and date of publication: Paris 1705-
medium and colour: copperplate, Uncolouredref: 24746
size in mm: 230 by 335mm (9 by 13.25 inches).
Price: £ 120
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