Soldier with a rudder transferring his fuse from his right to his left hand (no. 14), c. 1600, Jacob de Gheyn (II) (workshop or), 1597 - 1608 Canvas Print

Soldier with a rudder transferring his fuse from his right to his left hand (no. 14), c. 1600, Jacob de Gheyn (II) (workshop or), 1597 - 1608 Canvas Print

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A soldier, at his feet, to the right, holding a rudder (a certain type of firearm) with his left hand (no. 14), ca. 1600. He transfers the burning fuse in his right hand to his left hand. Plate 14 in the instructions for handling the rudder: Shorte instruction upon the contrefaictinges, touching the right use of calivers. Part of the illustrations in an English edition of J. de Gheyns Wapenhandelinghe: J. de Gheyn, The exercise of armes for calivres, muskettes and pikes after the ordre of Maurits Prince of Orange, 's-Gravenhage 1608. Military around 1600.

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