(NAPOLEON). LE PLAN DE CAMPAGNE DE 1806 ~ ou les deliberations des politiques anglais sur la guere. Paris: chez Martinet, ‘Et presentement chez Basset...’ 1806.
Etched plate with contemporary hand-colouring (plate 212 × 290 mm, sheet 265 × 370 mm). Formerly folded several times with three vertical and one lateral crease, but now satisfactorily flattened, slight loss of colouring along folds, small stains to right margin, label repair to a small marginal tear at foot.
A French satire on the British administration, who are gathered around a table with bottles and glasses (two of which are toppled over) and a battle plan (’Plan de Berlin’) drawn on the tablecloth. In 1806, French forces under Napoleon occupied Prussia, pursued the remnants of the shattered Prussian Army, and captured Berlin. De Carbonnières, La Grande Armée de papier: Caricatures napoléoniennes, 32.