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67 5328 Hogarth W  1697 1764  after 67 5328 Hogarth W 1697 1764 after
67/5328 Hogarth, W. (1697-1764) (after). Lot of 74 lithographs, i.a. by L. BLAU and C.C. BÖHME, various sizes, all w. title and caption in German, numb. "1" to "74" above image, ±1830, bound together in hcalf, obl. folio.

- Occas. foxed; first 5 plates upper corner stained. Upper joint broken.

€ (150-250)
67 5329 Hondius H  1573 1650 67 5329 Hondius H 1573 1650
67 5329 Hondius H  1573 1650 67 5329 Hondius H 1573 1650
67 5329 Hondius H  1573 1650 67 5329 Hondius H 1573 1650
67 5329 Hondius H  1573 1650 67 5329 Hondius H 1573 1650
67 5329 Hondius H  1573 1650 67 5329 Hondius H 1573 1650
67 5329 Hondius H  1573 1650 67 5329 Hondius H 1573 1650
67/5329 Hondius, H. (1573-1650). Roman ruins. Complete series of 6 engravings after P. STEPHANUS (PIETER STEVENS) consisting of a circular image in a rectangular field, each Ø ±20 cm. and ±21x26,5 cm. (platemark), numb. "54"-"59" in lower right corner and "C.LXXXV"-"C.XC" at the top, each w. engr. names/ monograms of the engraver and inventor below (5x)/ in the circular image (1x).

- On paper w. varying watermarks. Yellowed (1x sl. browned); 2 prints w. waterstain in upper blank margin; a few specks in image.

= Hollstein 44-49, all 2nd state (of 2 (nos. 46 and 48)/ 3), w. the added dotted perspective lines and the numbers in lower right corner changed. These states used in Samuel Marolois, Perspective, 1614 and subsequent eds. (see Hollstein 363-435). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXIV.

€ (400-600) 600
67 5330 Hooghe R de 1645 1708 67 5330 Hooghe R de 1645 1708
67/5330 Hooghe, R. de (1645-1708). "Gedenck-teecken hoedanich zyn hoogheyt de Hr. Prins van Oranje en Nassou etc. als Stadt-Houder door de Hr. Burgemeesteren cavallery, en manhafte schutters der stadt Amsterdam aldaer, den 12 Augusty 1672 ingehaelt, en den 15 dito uytgeleyt is." Etching, 47,5x57,5 cm., Amst., M. Doornick, ±1672.

- Sl. foxed along margins and sl. yellowed; two old vertical middle folds.

= Landwehr, RdH as etcher p.257, 1st state of 3; F.M. 2381a. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXV.

€ (150-250) 230
67 5331 Hooghe R de 1645 1708 67 5331 Hooghe R de 1645 1708
67/5331 Hooghe, R. de (1645-1708). "Het Hoog- en Lager-Huys van Engelandt". Etching w. partially handcol. cartouche and border, 42,5x57,2 cm., Amst., J. Covens and Mortier, (1728).

- Folds as published.

= With king George II on the throne. F.M. 2738c; Landwehr, Romeyn De Hooghe as etcher, p.159 III. Sold for the benefit of the Geschiedkundige Vereniging Oranje Nassau.

€ (100-150)
67 5332 Hoogkamer H W  1790 1864 67 5332 Hoogkamer H W 1790 1864
67/5332 Hoogkamer, H.W. (1790-1864). "Voorstelling der door-ijzing van eenige koopvaardij-schepen, door het groot Noord-Hollandsch Kanaal, nabij Purmerende op den 9 januarij 1830." Contemp. handcol. aquatint after J.H. KOEKKOEK, 47x57,5 cm., lithogr. caption etc. below the image, Purmerend, Broedelet and Rijkenberg, 1830, extended margins.

- Trimmed to the left, right and top borders; one small (1 cm.) repaired tear in blank lower margin w. whitish offset; some very light foxing in sky.

= Part of the 2015 exhibition "Echte Winters. Het winterlandschap in de negentiende eeuw" In Teyler's Museum (exhib. cat. p. 23). F.M. 6340. Splendid and rare large print, finely handcoloured. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXV.

€ (2.000-3.000)
67/5333 House of Orange  Frederik prins der Nederlanden Opper vlootvoogd overste generaal opper veldtuigmeester 67/5333 House of Orange Frederik prins der Nederlanden Opper vlootvoogd overste generaal opper veldtuigmeester
67/5333 [House of Orange]. "Frederik prins der Nederlanden. Opper-vlootvoogd, overste-generaal, opper-veldtuigmeester". Lithogr. portrait on horseback by TH. FOURMOIS, w. lithogr. caption below, 42,5x28,5 cm., Amst., Buffa, 1831, on chine collé.

- Mount sl. yellowed (only affecting the lower part of the caption). = Van Someren 658. Rare.

AND 2 others, i.a. a portrait of "Frederica Louise Wilhelmina Prinses van Pruyssen" (mezzotint portrait by C.H. HODGES, w. engr. caption below image, 36,5x23,5 cm. Rare). - ADDED: 1 other.

€ (80-100) 80
67/5334 [House of Orange]. "Vuurwerk by gelegentheid van de Plechtige en Heerlyke Inhalinge van Syne Doorluchtige Hoogheid den Heere Prince van Oranje en Nassauw (...) binnen Leeuwarden JJ May 1734 afgestoken." Engraving by J.C. PHILIPS, 40x47 cm., w. the address of T. van Desel, ±1734.

= F.M. 3746.

AND ±30 historical prints, all second half 18th cent., various sizes, i.a. "Aan de Wel edele Achtbaare Heeren Schout, Burgermeesteren, en Scheepenen, Regeerders van 's Gravenhage (...)" (letterpress broadside w. engr. by J.L. FARGUE (badly frayed and margins browned); "Naauwkeurige afbeelding van het Pragtig Gebouw (...) in de Hof-Vyver van 's Gravenhage opgeregt, ter geleegenheid van de Vreede, den 18 October 1748 te Aken geslooten" (large engr. Folds as published; frayed/ defects). - ADDED: "Wapenen der Edele en Aensienelyke Geslachten in het Souverain Graefschap van Zeeland" (2 (incl. 1 facs.) lvs. w. (handcol.) coats of arms).

= Sold for the benefit of the Geschiedkundige Vereniging Oranje Nassau.

€ (100-150) 180
67/5335 House of Orange  Large collection of over 150 portraits and prints67/5335 House of Orange Large collection of over 150 portraits and prints
67/5335 [House of Orange]. Large collection of over 150 portraits and prints relating to members of the House of Orange, consisting of engraved, lithographed, woodengr. prints, all 18th-19th cent.

- Various defects.

= Including a few duplicates. I.a. "Willem prins van Oranje Overwinnaar te Hasselt en Leuven (aquatint by H.W. Hoogkamer after W. Nieuhoff, publ. by J. Guykens, Amst.); "Sophia, koningin der Nederlanden" (lithograph by E. Spanier after J.H. Hoffmeister, publ. by B.J. Dona Pieck, The Hague); "Wilhelmina Frederika Louiza Marianna Prinses van Oranje Nassau" (Stippl-engr. by W. van Senus, publ. by E. Maaskamp, Amst.); "Marianne Prinzessin Albrecht von Preussen (...) (Lithograph after C. Krüger, ±1830, publ. by C.G. Lüderitz, Berlin. Foxed); "Wilhelmina Maria Sophia Louisa, Prinses der Nederlanden" (Lithogr. on cream ground after F.W., publ. by Ned. Maatsch. v. Schoone Kunsten); "Guilelmus. III. D.G. Angliae Scotiae Franciae et Hyberniae Rex" (Engraving by P.A. Gunst after J. Brandon, publ. by A. Leers); "Johan Willem Friso prins van Oranje (Engr. by P. Tanjé after G. Sanders, 1752, publ. by Soc. Bibliopolis, Rott.); "Johan Willem Friso" (Engr. by J. Houbraken after H. Pothoven, 1751, publ. by I. Haffman and P. Meyer); "Zijne Koninklijke Hoogheid Willem Frederik George Lodewijk (...) en hare keizerlijke hoogheid Anna Paulowna" (engraving by P. Velijn after J.W. Pieneman); "S.A.R. le prince Fréderic ministre de la Guerre" (Lithograph by Linatti, publ. by Fietta, Brussels); "Willem de Vde graef van Buren (...) Carolina Prinsesse van Oranje en Nassau" (engr. by P. Tanjé afer G. Sanders); "Willem I koning der Nederlanden" (aquatint by H.W. Hoogkamp, publ. by H. Guykens, Amst.). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXVI.

€ (600-800)
67/5336 [House of Orange]. Lot of ±60 portraits, pictures of memorial monuments etc., 18th/ 19th cent., various techniques and sizes, a few before letters, i.a. an etched and engr. portrait of Rudolf I by P. VAN SOMPEL after P. SOUTMAN (1644), 9 portraits from P. SCRIVERIUS, Beschrivinge van out Bataviena (±1634), mezzotint portrait of Johan Willem Friso by P. SCHENK (lacks lower margin, w. loss of the artist's name), an anonymous mezzotint portrait of Frederica Sophia Wilhelmina (laid down on paper mount), an engr. portrait of Maurits, Prins van Oranje by P. TANJÉ (laid down) and engr. portraits after P.F. DELACROIX by P. TANJÉ, "Willem de V. Prins van Oranje. Erfstadhouder" (laid down) and J.J. WOLFF after J. FRANCOIS, "Ter Geboorte van zijn K.H. Prins Willem Alexander Paul Frederik Lodewijk" (F.M. 6107).

= Sold for the benefit of the Geschiedkundige Vereniging Oranje Nassau.

€ (100-150) 110
67/5337 CANCELLED
€ (100-150)
67 5338 Jazet J P M  1788 1871 67 5338 Jazet J P M 1788 1871
67/5338 Jazet, J.P.M. (1788-1871). "Mort de Napoléon. (5 Mai 1821)". Etching and aquatint after C.A. VON STEUBEN, w. engr. caption below, 54x65 cm., Paris, Jazet, ±1821.

- Blank margins foxed; tiny imperfection in lower left corner; blank margins sl. frayed.

AND 3 others similar, i.a. two portraits of Napoleon by HENRY after VIGNEN (stipple-engr., Paris, Robin, ±1815. Fine) and by G. HEMMERLE (lithogr., without address. Sl. foxed; one fold; closed tear).

€ (100-150)
67 5339 Jongkind J B  1819 1891 67 5339 Jongkind J B 1819 1891
67/5339 Jongkind, J.B. (1819-1891). Démolitions de la rue des Francs-Bourgeois Saint-Marcel. Drypoint, 14,5x23,5 cm., signed "Jongkind" and "Fabrique des Cuirs Forts" and "1875" in the plate.

- Partly foxed.

= Delteil 18, before letters. With 2 collector's marks on verso, i.a. of J.H. de Bois (Lugt L733). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXVI.

€ (200-300) 230
67 5340 Kerkhove J van den 1822 1881 67 5340 Kerkhove J van den 1822 1881
67 5340 Kerkhove J van den 1822 1881 67 5340 Kerkhove J van den 1822 1881
67/5340 Kerkhove, J. van den (1822-1881). Cent eaux-fortes gravées par J. van de Kerkhove d'après les tableaux de Frédéric van de Kerkhove. Paris, A. Levy, 1877, 15p. (in loose quires), 124 etchings on 79 lvs., loosely inserted in orig. giltlettered cl. portfolio, folio. - WITH: 2 extra etchings by the same after the same.

- Most lvs. fine, a few lvs. w. a few foxed spots.

= A rather touching homage of the artist Jan van den Kerkhove to his painting prodigy son Frédéric, who died in 1873, 10 years old. The artist reproduced in etching the paintings made by his son.

€ (200-300) 275
67 5341 Kilian L  1579 1637 67 5341 Kilian L 1579 1637
67/5341 Kilian, L. (1579-1637). Hercules and Antaeus. Engraving after B. SPRANGER, 1610, 45x31,7 cm., engr. captions below, tipped onto mount.

- Mediocre copy. Old (partly torn) middle-fold; some marginal tears/ small defects (w. loss of captions); sl. browned/ worn.

= Hollstein 257.

AND an engraving by C. CORT, Moses and Aaron before Pharaoh (1567. Marginal tears and small defects; old middle-fold).

€ (150-250) 275
67/5342 CANCELLED
€ (100-150)
67 5343 Laan A van der 1684 ±1755 67 5343 Laan A van der 1684 ±1755
67/5343 Laan, A. van der (1684-±1755). "Veertig stuks Landschappen zoo in Italien als Duytslandt naa 't leeven geteekent". Lot of 37 (of 40) etchings after J. GLAUBER (incl. 2 title-etchings), ±1720, each ±23x36 cm., all tipped onto mount, together in contemp. hcalf portfolio, folio. - AND 5 other etchings loosely inserted, i.a. by M. ELGERSMA.

- Etchings in fine condition. Portfolio spine dam.; cover worn. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXVII.

€ (500-700) 600
67 5344 Lairesse G de 1641 1711 67 5344 Lairesse G de 1641 1711
67 5344 Lairesse G de 1641 1711 67 5344 Lairesse G de 1641 1711
67/5344 Lairesse, G. de (1641-1711). Allegorie op het herstel van het ware geloof in Engeland. Large etching, 65,2x43,2 cm., publ. by G. Valck.

- Margins occas. frayed, 3 tears touching/ within the image; folded once.

= F.M. 2725b; Timmers 73, 2nd state of 3; Hollstein 73, IV of VI.

Hooghe, R. de (1645-1708). "Het Hoog en Lager-Huys van Engelandt." Etching, 42x57,3 cm., Amst., J. Covens and C. Mortier, (1728).

= Third state (of 3), with George II on the throne. Landwehr p.159; Atlas van Stolk 2790; F.M. 2738c.

€ (100-150) 100
67 5345 Lairesse G de 1641 1711 67 5345 Lairesse G de 1641 1711
67/5345 Lairesse, G. de (1641-1711). "Batavie is aangerand, gesold, gesleurd, bespot (...)." Large etching, 69,5x64,5 cm., "Ger. Laires Fecit" in the plate, 1672.

- (Tears on) old middle-fold; a few vague foxed spots.

= F.M. 2308a. Allegory in honour of William III, Prince of Orange, as saviour of the Netherlands from French attack, the centrepiece showing Ovid's Metamorphoses open at depictions of the fables of Apollo and Daphne and of Neptune and Coronis, surrounded by allegorical representations of the Netherlands and her aggressors. Sold for the benefit of the Geschiedkundige Vereniging Oranje Nassau.

€ (100-150) 130
67 5346 Lautensack H  1524 1563 67 5346 Lautensack H 1524 1563
67/5346 Lautensack, H. (1524-1563). View on a city near a river. Etching from the series of Landscapes, 11x16,8 cm., "ISL" engr. in the image.

- Cut short along upper and lower margins, eliminating on each side ±0,3 cm. of the image, and in lower margin the date "1553" for the greater part; addition of new upper borderline in brown ink; other sides trimmed to the borderline; a few very vague lightbrown spots. Otherwise a good, dark impression.

= Hollstein 31, 1st state (of 2). Old manuscript collector's mark (not traced in Lugt) on verso. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXVII.

€ (1.000-1.500)
67 5347 Lauwers N  1600 1652 67 5347 Lauwers N 1600 1652
67/5347 Lauwers, N. (1600-1652) Jupiter and Mercury with Philemon and Baucis. Large engr. after J. JORDAENS, 48,5x56 cm., w. the address of A. Blootelingh.

- Sl. browned; old middle-fold (as published?); some marginal tears. = Hollstein 17, 2nd state (of 4).

AND an etching and engraving after A. CARACCI by C. CESI (some marginal defects and stains).

€ (70-90) 80