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The siege of Ghent in 1708, by Pierre Husson. 1709

Pierre Husson (1678-1733)

Pierre (Pieter), a publisher in Den Haag, was a neighbour of Mrs Anna Beek with whom he shared his interest in the publishing of plans of battlefields and fortifications during the War of Succession (1702-1713).
A collection of maps and plans by various authors was brought together in an atlas, to which was added the title page of Nicolas Visscher's Variae tabulae geographicae in quibus loca in orbe bello, now with the address of Pierre Husson.

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Plan du siège et des attaques de la ville et citadelle de Gand assiégée par l'armée des alliez le 25 décembre 1708.

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Item Number:  27463
Category:  Antique maps > Europe > Belgium - Cities
References: Koeman - Hus1(29)

Old, antique map of the siege of Ghent in 1708, by Pierre Husson.

Oude antieke kaart van het beleg van Gent in 1708, door Pierre Husson.

Date of this map: c. 1709

Copper engraving, printed on paper.
Size (not including margins): 45 x 54cm (17.6 x 21.1 inches)
Verso: Blank
Condition: Excellent.
Condition Rating: A+
References: Koeman, Hus1(29).

From: Variae tabulae geographicae un quibus loca in orbe bello flagrantia conspiciuntur ut in Flandria, Brabantia, Leodiensi Tractu, Germania, Hungaria, . . .
Diverses cartes de geographie, où l'in peut voir le theatre de la guerre dans tout le monde. Comme dans les pais de Flandres, de Brabant, de Liège, d'Allemagne, de Hongrie, Den Haag, P. Husson, 1709. (Koeman II, Hus 1)

Pierre Husson (1678-1733)

Pierre (Pieter), a publisher in Den Haag, was a neighbour of Mrs Anna Beek with whom he shared his interest in the publishing of plans of battlefields and fortifications during the War of Succession (1702-1713).
A collection of maps and plans by various authors was brought together in an atlas, to which was added the title page of Nicolas Visscher's Variae tabulae geographicae in quibus loca in orbe bello, now with the address of Pierre Husson.