Bruge Een Der Voornaamste Steeden Van Vlaandren/L’une Des Prinsipales Villes De Flandre


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Published in Dumont’s “Histoire Militaire du Prince Eugène de Savoye, du Prince et Duc de Marlborough” La Haye: I. van der Kloot, 1729

Plan of the Fortified city of Bruges, in Flanders. The Duke of Marlborough successfully captured Bruge in 1706 but the city fell to the French two years later in 1708. It remained only briefly under French control when it then returned to English occupancy.

Map Condition: Old tape and glue residue to margins (mostly to verso), else very good 

Map Type: Copperplate engraved map with hand colouring

Stock No: 1402
Cartographer: Anon. [Dumont, Charles]
Year: 1729

Height (in): 15.5
Width (in): 19.75

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Anon. [Dumont, Charles]