The raid by Count Hendrik van den Bergh in the Veluwe, in a part of Gelderland and the village of Zutphen and the subsequent escape, between February 15-23, 1624. At the top three representations of the invasion and retreat of the Spanish army, in the middle the plunderings by the Spanish. At the bottom the troops of soldiers and civilians chasing away the Spaniards. With German inscriptions: “Eijnfall Graffen Heinrichs von dem Berg In die Veluwe Im Jahr 1624. / Der Holländer Anzug wider ihre Feindt, ANNO 1624.”
The plate was originally larger, presenting other illustrations at the top.
German impression after Claes Jansz. Visscher (II) (1587-1652).
Etching and engraving on paper with margins, two sheets joined in the middle; plate mark: 197 x 303 mm; total: 319 x 373 mm; tears on the lower margin, some dirt and smudges but very nice impression. Slight paper discoloration at center. Mounted in paper passepartout. Atlas van Stolk 1589, Hollstein Dutch 50-copy a, Fredrick Muller 1505.
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