War of Spanish Succession (1702-1715). Oath of the captains of Barcelona who commands the troops of Antonio de Villarroel, Commander in Chief of the Army of Catalonia. Engraving by Urbadieta and J. Nicolau. 19th century.
RMP511HKWar of Spanish Succession (1702-1715). Oath of the captains of Barcelona who commands the troops of Antonio de Villarroel, Commander in Chief of the Army of Catalonia. Engraving by Urbadieta and J. Nicolau. 19th century.
War of Spanish Succession (1702-1715). Oath of the captains of Barcelona who commands the troops of Antonio de Villarroel, Commander in Chief of the Army of Catalonia. Engraving by Urbadieta and J. Nicolau. 19th century. Colored.
RMP7HCF8War of Spanish Succession (1702-1715). Oath of the captains of Barcelona who commands the troops of Antonio de Villarroel, Commander in Chief of the Army of Catalonia. Engraving by Urbadieta and J. Nicolau. 19th century. Colored.
War of Spanish Succession (1702-1715). Entry of the troops of Philip V in Barcelona in 1714, opening gaps in the wall of the city with guns and mines, to render the place. Drawing by P. Rigaud and engraving by M. Engelbrecht, 1722. Colored.
RMPA6168War of Spanish Succession (1702-1715). Entry of the troops of Philip V in Barcelona in 1714, opening gaps in the wall of the city with guns and mines, to render the place. Drawing by P. Rigaud and engraving by M. Engelbrecht, 1722. Colored.
War of Spanish Succession (1702-1715). Entry of the troops of Philip V in Barcelona in 1714, opening gaps in the wall of the city with guns and mines, to render the place. Drawing by P. Rigaud and engraving by M. Engelbrecht, 1722. Historical Museum of Barcelona. Catalonia. Spain.
RMP50JJKWar of Spanish Succession (1702-1715). Entry of the troops of Philip V in Barcelona in 1714, opening gaps in the wall of the city with guns and mines, to render the place. Drawing by P. Rigaud and engraving by M. Engelbrecht, 1722. Historical Museum of Barcelona. Catalonia. Spain.