Amsterdam International Antiquarian Book & Map Fair

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Exhibitor

Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn A/S
Silkegade 11
DK-1113 Copenhagen K.
Denmark

Contact

William Schneider

Phone

(+45)33155335 (+45)33155335

Email

herman@lynge.com

Website

www.lynge.com

DUMONT, JEAN & JEAN ROUSSET de MISSY. Oorlogskundige Beschryving van de Veldslagen, en Belegeringen. der drie doorluchtige en wydvermaarde Krygsoversten, hunne vorstelyke hoogheden, den Prins Eugenius van Savoye, den Prins en Hertog van Marlborough, en den Prins van Oranje- en Nassau-Vriesland. En verrykt met een groot getal Plans en Gezigten der Veldslagen, Belegeringen,Legerplaaten, Slagordens en Inneemingen van Liniën, midsgaders Kaarten van de Landen, die sedert veele jaaren het Tooneel des Oorlogs zyn geweest, enz. enz. Erste- (Tweede) Deel. 2 Vols. 's Gravenhaage, Isac van der Kloot, 1729. Large folio. (57 x 34 cm.). Bound uncut (!) in 2 contemp. hcalf. 6 raised bands. Titlelabels with gilt lettering. Wear to spine-ends. A small stamp on foot of title-pages. Title-pages printed in red/black. Engraved titlevignettes. Some engraved vignettes. (6 - incl. half-title),LX,147;(4),358 pp. With in all 90 engraved plates, mostly folded and double-page (or more), including 10 maps, 1 portrait (Eugene), 79 plates (including the 12 famous plates of battlescenes). 5 folded tables. As it is bound uncut the copy is wide-margined, clean and printed on good paper. First Dutch edition, published the same year as the French "Histoire Militaire du Prince Eugene de Savoye... etc.", and with the same engravings. This fine and monumental work describes and depicts the wars of Prince Eugene de Savoye, the Duke of Marlborough and the Prince of Nassau, in Italy, Hungary, Germany, The Netherlands and against the Turcs. The 10 engraved maps are engraved by Hubert Iallot, Covens & Mortier, Guillaume de L'Isle etc. The very detailled panoramas of war scenes, include the fine and famous series made by Jan Huchtenberg (Huchtenberg, Pinxit et excudit). Prince Eugene's almost invariable success on the battle-field raised the reputation of the Austrian army to a point which it never reached either before or since his day. War was with him a passion. Always on march, in camps, or on the field of battle during more than fifty years, and under the reigns of three emperors, he had scarcely passed 2 years together without fighting.
Exhibitor: Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn A/S


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