Principal Fortresses in the Netherlands - 19th Century Map by Luffman
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Title: A Map Showing the Relative Situation of the Principal Fortresses in the Netherlands and the French Frontier
Publication: Possibly The Universal Atlas. 33 The Strand, London.
Date: Jan 1st 1816
Description: . Engraving by John Luffman with vignettes of Dutch forts in the early 19th century.
Condition: Good imprint, original hand colouring, folding copy, some stains to lower centrefold, staple holes to left margin.
Image size: 280 x 340mm
11 x 13.5" approx.
Order No. 1936
John Luffman fl. 1776-1820
A geographer, engraver and publisher. Luffman, who was also a goldsmith, worked in London from about 1776 until 1802, issuing a number of separate maps as well as atlases such as his Select Plans. This work contained a wide and unusual selection of detailed plans from all around the world.
Select Plans of the Principal Cities of the World - 1801.
New Pocket Atlas and Geography of England and Wales: 1803-1806.
Luffman's Geographical and Topographical Atlas - c.1809
Universal Atlas - 1815.