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Anonymous. [The Battle of Bergen, 1759]
Plan of the Battle of Bergen, fought April 13 1759. London: T.Kinnersley, 1759, Sheet 105 x 205mm. Narrow bottom margin.
The Battle of of Bergen, between an allied army of British, Hanoverian, Hessian & Brunswickian troops against the French, near Frankfurt-am-Main during the Seven Years' War. The allies, led by Prince Ferdinand of Brunswick, were repulsed by the smaller French army. However Ferdinand redeemed himself at the more decisive Battle of Minden later in the year. This map was published in the February edition of 'The Grand Magazine of Magazines. or Universal Register'. Mostly written by David Henry, the magazine was published as a competitor to the 'Gentleman's Magazine'. The circulation was never high and it folded in 1760.
[Ref: 14896]    £150.00 ($202 • €170 rates)


Anonymous. [The defences of Frankfurt during the Seven Years' War]
Plan of the Imperial city of Franckfort. London: T.Kinnersley, 1759, Sheet 105 x 205mm.
A plan of the defences of the Hessian city of Frankfurt, occupied by the French early in 1758, and not returned until the end of the Seven Years' War. This map was published in the January edition of 'The Grand Magazine of Magazines. or Universal Register'. Mostly written by David Henry, the magazine was published as a competitor to the 'Gentleman's Magazine'. The circulation was never high and it folded in 1760.
[Ref: 14897]    £200.00 ($269 • €227 rates)


Anonymous. [Map of the German theatre of the Seven Years' War]
A Map Showing the Winter Quarters of the Hanoverian & French Armies. London: T.Kinnersley, 1759, Sheet 105 x 205mm. Narrow bottom margin.
A map of Germany, centred on Westphalia and showing Frankfurt, Hanover, Cologne & Dortmund. In April 1758 Britain agreed the Anglo-Prussian Convention with Frederick II of Prussia. agreeing to subsidise Frederick's war efforts to the tune of £670,000 and supply 9,000 troops to his army. This was of greater interest to the British monarch, the Hanoverian George II, who was keen to protect his German realm, than to William Pitt, who was more concerned with Britain attacking France's overseas colonies. This map was published in the January edition of 'The Grand Magazine of Magazines. or Universal Register'. Mostly written by David Henry, the magazine was published as a competitor to the 'Gentleman's Magazine'. The circulation was never high and it folded in 1760.
[Ref: 14902]    £75.00 ($101 • €85 rates)


BRONNER, Heinrich Ludwig. [The Battle of Bergen]
Bataille De Bergen... Frankfurt, c.1759, original colour, 485 x 490mm. Binding folds flattened.
A detailed plan of the Battle of Bergen, fought on the 13th April, 1759, during the Seven Years' War, in which the French army, under the Duc de Broglie, withstood an army commanded by Prince Ferdinand of Brunswick, made up of his troops with British, Hanoverian & Hessian allies. Although the French won it did little to change the course of the war.
[Ref: 11021]    £225.00 ($303 • €256 rates)


SEUTTER, Matthäus. [18th Century map of Germany]
Imperium Romano-Germanicum in suos Circulos Electorat, et Status Augsburg, Tobias Conrad Lotter, 1760. Fine original colour. 270 x 210mm.
Decorative map of Germany published in Lotter's 'Atlas Minor'.
[Ref: 14745]    £150.00 ($202 • €170 rates)


RASPE, Gabriel Nikolaus. [The Battle of Wilhelmsthal, during the Seven Years' War]
Plan der Action bey Græbenstein und Wilhemsthal den 24. Junii 1762. Nuremberg, Raspe, c.1762. Original colour. 190 x 330mm. Stitch holes in left margin.
A scarce map of the Battle of Wilhelmsthal in Hanover on 21st July 1762, during the Seven Years' War, published in Raspe's 'Schau Platz des gegenwaertigen Kriegs' (Plates illustrating the Current Wars). Realising the Seven Years' War was coming to a close, France made a final attempt to occupy Hanover. However, at the Battle of Wilhemsthal, the Allied army of British, Prussian, Hanoverian, Brunswicker and Hessian troops, command of the Duke of Brunswick, nearly surrounded the superior French army and broke them, forcing them to retreat in confusion. The British 5th Regiment of Foot captured a large numbert of French grenadiers: they were awarded the privilege of wearing the grenadiers' caps, which, in modified form, remained part of theirt uniform for over a century.
[Ref: 12941]    £160.00 ($215 • €182 rates)


RASPE, Gabriel Nikolaus. [The Battle of Nauheim, during the Seven Years' War]
Plan der Action bey Friedberg zwischen denen Franzosen u: Allürten den 20. August Aº 1762. Nuremberg, Raspe, c.1762. Original colour. 215 x 305mm. Stitch holes in left margin.
A scarce map of the Battle of Nauheim (or Johannisberg) during the Seven Years' War, published in Raspe's 'Schau Platz des gegenwaertigen Kriegs' (Plates illustrating the Current Wars). After their defeat at the Battle of Wilhemsthal on on June 24, 1762, the French iwithdrew across the Fulda and dug in to a defensive position to wait for the Prince de Condé's army to join them. Ferdinand, the Prince of Brunswick, moved the opposing Allied army to try to keep the two French armies apart. This battle, was fought for control of the high ground at the Johannisberg. The allies had to withdraw after considerable loss.
[Ref: 12949]    £125.00 ($168 • €142 rates)


BRION DE LA TOUR, Louis. [An 18th century map of Germany]
L' Alemagne : Divisée En Tous Ses Cercles avec les Pays qui en dépendent, Aßujettie aux Observations Astronomiques, Combinées avec les Itinéraires tant Anciens que Modernes... Paris: Desnos, 1770. Original colour. 420 x 555mm.
Fine example of this scarce 1770 delux edition of the map of Germany This edition includes a highly decorative architectural border frame showing cherubs, globes and garlands, this border has been refined and embellished by Aveline following the first appearance in the 1766 deluxe edition of the map. The map has French text in two columns, left and right of the map.
[Ref: 15530]    £220.00 ($296 • €250 rates)


ZATTA, Antonio. [Germany Swabia]
Circolo di Svevia... Venice, 1780. Original outline colour. 325 x 420mm.
Swabia, with Stuttgart
[Ref: 9431]    £150.00 ($202 • €170 rates)


ZATTA, Antonio. [Germany Lower Saxony]
Il Circolo della Bassa Sassonia divisa ne suoi Stati... Venice, 1780. Original outline colour. 415 x 325mm.
Lower Saxony, with Hamburg and Bremen.
[Ref: 9435]    £140.00 ($188 • €159 rates)


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