Attractive copper engraved view of Grudziadz (Graudenz) and Kruszwica (Kruschwitz) in Kujawien-Pommern, Poland on one sheet. Showing the battle of 4th January 1656 around Grudziadz and the battle of 12th Aug. 1655 near Kruszwica. With two inset maps and two cartouches. From the famous chronicle of Baron von Pufendorf.
Very good and fresh impression. Strong print with visible plate mark on chained line paper.
Baron Samuel von Pufendorf was born January 8th, 1632 as a son of Lutheran pastor in Dorfchemnitz, Saxony. He was a professor of law 1661 in Heidelberg, State Secretary 1677 in Stockholm and historian 1688 in Berlin. 1694 he was given the title Baron by King Carl Gustav of Sweden. His most impressive publication was Sieben Buecher Von denen Thaten Carl Gustavs Koenigs in Schweden with beautiful copper engravings showing military scenes, bird's-eye view and plans of fortified towns. He died October 26th, 1694 in Berlin.
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Samuel Baron von Pufendorf: Obsidio civitatis et Arcis Gravdensis / Munita Arx Krvsewix.
Antique town view of Kruschwitz, Kruszwica, Graudenz, Grudziadz. Printed in Nuremberg in the year 1697.
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