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The vicinity of Oudenaarde, by Pieter Husson.

Broadsheet on the Battle of Oudenaarde in 1708, consisting of a single sheet printed with an etched plate and letterpress below: the etched plate with a ground-plan of the battle and a vignette of the battle itself in the lower right; below in letterpress an account in four columns, in French and Dutch.


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 Champ de Bataille, prés d'Oudenaerde l'11. Juillet 1708. - Plaen van de Bataille, by Oudenaerde, den 11 July 1708. - Pierre Husson, 1708.

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Item Number:  27525  new
Category:  Antique maps > Europe > Belgium
References: Muller F. - #3429

Old, antique broadsheet map of the vicinity of Oudenaarde, by Pieter Husson.

Covers the region Kruishoutem - Deinze - Gavere - Oudenaarde - Petegem.

Oriented to the northwest.

Engraver: G. Schouten

Copper engraving, printed on paper.
Size engraving (not including margins): 38 x 49.5cm (14.8 x 19.3 inches)
Verso: Blank
Condition: Original coloured, age-toned.
Condition Rating: A
References: Muller, #3429.

Separate publication, printed in Den Haag by Pieter Husson in 1708.

Broadsheet on the Battle of Oudenaarde in 1708, consisting of a single sheet printed with an etched plate and letterpress below: the etched plate with a ground-plan of the battle and a vignette of the battle itself in the lower right; below in letterpress an account in four columns, in French and Dutch.


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.