Printed map. Cartographer likely Guillaume de la Haye, based on similarities to "Camp sous Plaisance, le 27 Juin 1746". Visual scale [78 mm="300 toises"]. North arrow is oriented to the left. Laid in a Robert Clifford portfolio with 19 other maps of military camps.
Printed map. "Guill? De-la-Haye." Visual scale [128 mm="500 toises"]. North arrow is oriented to the left. Very similar to "Camp de St. Antonio, du 15. Juin 1746". Laid in a Robert Clifford portfolio with 19 other maps of military camps.
Manuscript map. Cartographer unknown. Visual scale [36 mm="300 brasses de Milan"]. Includes legend. This map was discovered in a portfolio along with 20 maps of military camps of the War of the Austrian Succession. The original portfolio had a Robert Clifford ownership label but for conservation purposes the maps have been repackaged. It is stored in 1 box with the military camp maps in Research Collections, RMC F57 supplement 3.