Paese: Hagenah, Lower Saxony, Germany (53°33'00''N 09°20'00''E).
A sketch of the roads at Hagenah showing the route taken by five regiments of infantry towards Stade after camping at Hagenau. Seven Years War (1756-63). Oriented with north-west to top. The attribution to A.H. du Plat is made on stylistic grounds.Condition: two fold lines; ink smudged; bottom right corner rounded; bottom left: the shadow and ghosting of the image of from the removal of Cumberland's cipher label: VOL [V]III / 50.
Pencil, pen and ink on paper ; Scale: not stated. 1:26,300 approx. ; RCIN 732036
Caratteristiche fisiche: Watermark: Fleur-de-lys Mark, stamped: 825 Condition: two fold lines; ink smudged; bottom right corner rounded; bottom left: the shadow and ghosting of the image of from the removal of Cumberland's cipher label: VOL [V]III / 50
Misure: Scale: not stated. 1:26,300 approx. 11.5 x 26.8 cm (image) 22.4 x 34.5 cm (sheet)Trascrizione: Manuscript title: No title. [top right, an explanation of a symbol used on the map:] Der Weg welchen die 5 Regimenter Infan- / terie so nahe bey Lutgen Hagenau campiret / stunden, genommen haben. Annotations: George III heading: Encampment at Hagenau 11 Sep. 1757. Other annotations: (Recto) [top right, black pencil:] 20. (Verso) [bottom left, black pencil, Mason's hand:] 50; [top right, ink:] Two ways to pass the Defile of Hagen[au]; [centre, red pencil:] 50. George III catalogue entry: Encampment A drawn Plan of the Encampment of five Regiments of Foot of His Majesty’s Army at Hagenau near Stade, the 11.th of Sept.r 1757. [The same entry appears under the heading Hagenau.]Provenienza: 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)