The Battle of Enzheim in Alsace fought on October 4, 1674 between the French Army and Imperial Army of the Holy Roman Empire during the Franco-Dutch War. Despite the Holy Roman Empire’s numerical superiority, it ended in a French victory. The position of the armies is shown along with great deal of topographical detail. Maps and plans by the map maker, Antoine Coquart, are very seldom seen in auctions or at dealers.
1705 Coquat Map of the Battle of Enzheim in Alsace
Plan de la Bataille d'Ensheim Donnée le 4 Octobre 1674 Entre l'Armée de France Commandée par le Vicomte de Turenne Et l'Armée Impériale Commandée par le Duc de Bournonville
Map Maker Specifics
A Coquart, 1705 c., Paris
9.6 x 14.3 in. plus margins
Good. Sharp uncolored image. Narrow margins. Damp stain in upper portions. Issued folds.