Set of 2 copper engravings assembled in the same frame.
The first one titled "Castellum ad Pagum Lehe" represents a view of the battle anno 1657 in Northwestern Germany at the Geeste river.
The second titled "Conflictus prope Dirschaviam" represents a view of the battle anno 1657 around Tczew (Dirschau) at the Vistula River in Poland. Sheet Size: 14.5 x 17 inches
Both are from the famous chronicle of Baron von Pufendorf. Strong print with visible plate mark on chained line paper. Dated 1697
Good condition with several humidity spots.
We have a second set of 2 prints available (item ID 10-054B)