Schwarzbach, Moriz. Geschichte des K.K. 7.ten Kürassier-Regimentes Herzog Wilhelm von Braunschweig, c.400 pages, large folio (310 x 285mm), with 10 hand-coloured illustrations, 8 hand-coloured maps, some folding, calf, gilt edges, gilt metal cornerpieces and centrepiece, preface dated Vienna, 31 December 1863; [Army List] Ancienneté derer sämtlichen Herzoglich Braunschweig Lüneburgschen Ober-Officier, 21 pages, oblong 8vo bookplate of Friedrich August, Duke of Brunswick-Oels, contemporary blue decorative wrappers, Brunswick, 15 April 1788, some damp-staining; Gleim, Johann Bernhard. Denkschrift Carl Wilhelm Ferdinand Herzog von Braunschweig-Lüneburg, c.110 unnumbered pages, 4to (200 x 160mm), nineteenth-century marbled boards; Schwencke, Alexander. Geschichte der Braunschweig-Lüneburgschen Truppen in Ungarn, 81 and 56 pages, 4to, nineteenth-century green cloth, nineteenth century; Heinecke, Friedrich. Geschichte oder Thaten und Wirken des Hannöverschen-Braunschweig-Lüneburgischen Militairs, seit...Ende des dreyßigjährigen Krieges, bis zum Frieden 1815, c.500 pages, small 4to (210 x 160mm), manuscript in several hands, later half calf, original blue wrappers bound in, preface dated Winsen an der Luhe, 1853; and two others (7)
Many items relating to Brunswick descended to the Hanoverian royal family on the death of Wilhelm, Duke of Brunswick, in 1884. Crown Prince Ernst August II of Hanover was his closest male relative and was bequested his personal possessions, including books. Friedrich August, Duke of Brunswick-Oels (1740-1805), was the second son of Karl I Duke of Brunswick.
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