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Maps, views and diagrams of military reviews and encampments


Plan of Übigau (Übigau, Saxony, Germany) 51°04'18"N 13°41'25"E


Etching; printed on paper; hand-coloured | Scale: 1:11,400 approx. | RCIN 731048.e

A map of exercises, with eight flaps showing different troop positions.

One of a set of seven plans of the manoeuvres carried out by the Polish and Saxon army at Übigau in June 1753. These manoeuvres were carried out in the presence of Maria Josepha of Austria (1699-1757), wife of Augustus III of Poland (1696-1763; who was also, as Frederick Augustus II, Elector of Saxony from 1733 to 1763) and the royal family. See also RCINs 731048.a-d, f-g.

Condition: flat, no fold lines.
  • CS Berggold (active 1753) (engraver)


  • Watermark: Countermark: IV

    Condition: flat, no fold lines

  • Scale: 1:11,400 approx. Scala von 80 Ruthen oder 400. Schritten [28 mm =].

    30.0 x 43.0 cm (image)

    31.4 x 44.4 cm (platemark)

    33.1 x 46.1 cm (sheet)

  • Printed title:

    TAG / DES / GEFECHTS. [top right, in trompe l'oeil scroll]



    George III catalogue entry:

    Order of Battle An Order of Battle and six Plans of the different Exercises and Military Movements executed by the Army of the King of Poland at Ubigau near Dresden in June 1753: by Lieut. Berggold Ing.r [The same entry appears under the heading Ubigau.]

  • Subject(s)

    Übigau, Saxony, Germany (51°04'18"N 13°41'25"E)

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  • 23 May 2024