After Eugene Henri Fricx (France, 1644-1730), nine (9) engraved European maps, published c. 1745, from Covens and Mortier's "ATLAS DES PAYS BAS…." Some of the maps first appeared in Eugene Fricx's TABLES DES CARTES DES PAYS BAS ET DES FRONTIERS DE FRANCE published in 1712, showing battle-related areas in the Netherlands and Northern France at the time of the War of Succession. Regions include Belgium (Louvain, Aerschot, Diest, etc.); Cambray, Bappaumes, St. Quentin, Perone; D'Avesnes Lanrecy, La Capelle Guise; Maestricht etc.; Comte de Namur (2 1/2" margin tear); Menin etc.; Mons d'Ath, de Charleroy, etc; Liege, Limbourg, et partie de Luxembourg; and Philippeville, Charlemont, etc. All measure 20 1/2" x 25" sheet. Unframed. Provenance: the estate of Dr. Benjamin Caldwell, Jr., Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: All with some creasing/small folds, light toning and signs of handling including spots of light grime. All with small holes at top margin, center, possible bookworm damage. Scattered small margin tears up to 1".
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