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Encampments in Hesse-Kassel, 1760

Encampments of the Allied Army / Campaigne 1760 1760 or later

Pencil, pen, black and red ink and watercolour on paper | Scale: not stated. 1:426,000 approx. | RCIN 733013

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An outline sketch map of the encampments of the Allied army in Hesse-Cassel in 1760. Seven Years War (1756-63). Oriented with north to top. 

The positions and dates of the camps shown for 1760 (spelling as in original) are: Fitzlaer 20 May; Frilendorf 24 June; Neustadt 25 June; Ziegenheim 26 June; Saxenhausen 10 July; Wolfshagen 25 July; [Warburg] 31 July; near Statberg 8 August; Corbeck-Bune-Borkholt 29 August.

This is another example, in a different hand, of RCINs 733011 and 733012 and shows almost the same information. The encampments at Wildungen, Hohenkirchin, Kalle, Warburg and Geismar are not named but have been drawn in the right position.

  • Anonymous (cartographer)

  • Watermark: Horn in crowned shield, a ‘4’ suspending the initials and name L V GERREVINK below

    Mark, stamped: 908

    Condition: no fold lines. Verso: induced discolouration; small abrasions and fragments of a former mount at each corner

  • Scale: not stated. 1:426,000 approx.

    21.6 x 18.4 cm (image and neatline)

    21.8 x 18.5 cm (sheet)

  • Manuscript title:

    Encampments of the Allied Army / Campaigne 1760. [top left]


    George III heading: Encampments in Hesse-Cassel 20 May - 15 Sep. 1760.

    Other annotations: (Recto) [bottom left, underneath ‘13’, black pencil, erased:] 12. (Verso) none.

    George III catalogue entry:

    Encampment A drawn Plan of the Encampments of the Allied Army in Hesse Cassel from the of May to the of Sept.r 1760. [The same entry appears under the heading Hesse-Cassel.]

  • Probably from the collection of military and naval maps and prints formed by Prince William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland (1721-65), third son of George II; subsequently acquired by George III (1738-1820)

  • Subject(s)

    Hesse, Germany

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