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67 5268 Clock C J  1576 ±1602 67 5268 Clock C J 1576 ±1602
67/5268 Clock, C.J. (1576-±1602). The Siege of Damiette. Engraving, 1595, 50,5x74,5 cm., engr. captions below, black painted wooden frame.

- Not examined out of frame. (Vaguely) foxed.

= Hollstein 20; F.M. 157; Atlas van Stolk 103. Impressive print. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXX.

€ (500-700) 900
67 5269 Collaert H  1566 1618 67 5269 Collaert H 1566 1618
67/5269 Collaert, H. (1566-1618). Mary Magdalene rependant. Etching and engraving after J. STRADANUS, 20,2x14 cm., engr. captions below, w. the address of Ph. Galle.

= New Hollstein 251, the 2nd state (of 2) (Johannes Stradanus).

€ (100-150) 110
67 5270 Coppens A  1668 1740 67 5270 Coppens A 1668 1740
67 5270 Coppens A  1668 1740 67 5270 Coppens A 1668 1740
67/5270 Coppens, A. (1668-1740). Perspectives des ruines de la ville de Bruxelles désignées au naturel. Series of 11 (of 12) etched views, engr. by the artist himself (5x) and by R. VAN ORLEY (6x), each ±16x25 cm., 1695.

- Lacks the title plate; all plates cut short within the borderline and w. loss of image; two plates w. sm. chip; a few sm. stains.

= Hollstein 1.

€ (100-150) 150
67 5271 Coriolano B  1599 1676 67 5271 Coriolano B 1599 1676
67/5271 Coriolano, B. (1599-1676). (Sybille writing). Clair-obscur woodcut in black and green ink, 25,4x19 cm.

- Trimmed on the borderline; w. a few sm. redrawn sections in pencil; paper sl. thin due to former mounting.

= Bartsch XII, p.46. Rare print.

€ (600-800)
67 5272 Cort C  1533 1578 67 5272 Cort C 1533 1578
67/5272 Cort, C. (1533-1578). The Deluge. Engraving after M. VAN HEEMSKERCK, from the series Life of Noah, 20x24,5 cm., "Cor. Cort fec." and "J. Goltzius excu" in the plate.

= Hollstein 5, the second state (of 2).

AND 8 others.

€ (100-150) 550
67 5273 Cort C  1533 1578 67 5273 Cort C 1533 1578
67/5273 Cort, C. (1533-1578). History of Noah. Two (of 6) engravings after M. VAN HEEMSKERCK, both 20,2x24,7 cm., w. numb. "3" or "4", "Van Heemskerck", a 1-line Latin caption and one w. "H. Cock excu." engr. in the plate.

- Both brittle paper caused by waterdam. and w. vertical crease. The second w. 2 repaired tears and lacking part of lower margin.

= Hollstein 6 and 7, both 1st state (of 3).

€ (100-150) 150
67 5274 Cousins S  1801 1887 67 5274 Cousins S 1801 1887
67/5274 Cousins, S. (1801-1887). "John Bell, K.C." Mezzotint portrait after T. STEWARDSON, 31,2x24,8 cm., engr. captions below (sl. browned/ worn, especially blank margins). - AND 8 other English mezzotints, i.a. by J. SMITH (3x, of Mr. & Mrs. Gibbons, James Duke of Orond and Grinling Gibbons (folds; worn)), F. STACPOOL (Henry Earl Beauchamp), I. BECKETT (of Catherine of Braganza) and an anonymous portrait of Chesterfield.
€ (100-150) 110
67 5275 Coutry C J L  1846 1897 67 5275 Coutry C J L 1846 1897
67/5275 Coutry, C.-J.-L. (1846-1897). (Dark and stormy mountainscape). Etching after V. HUGO, 21,8x14,5 cm., w. "Victor Hugo 1868" in the plate.

= After an etching from Hugo, Sonnets et Eaux fortes (1869).

AND 4 other 19th cent. etchings, i.a. by J. LAURENS and A. LALAUZE.

€ (80-100)
67 5276 Cuyp A  1620 1691 67 5276 Cuyp A 1620 1691
67/5276 Cuyp, A. (1620-1691). The set of cows. Complete set of title leaf and 6 etchings, ±7x7,5 cm.

- Good impressions on 18th cent. paper w. ample margins.

= Complete set of etchings, with the later added title. Hollstein 1-6, all 3rd state (of 3). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXX.

AND 12 others bound together, i.a. copies in reverse of 'Het Bullenboekje' by A. BLOOTELING after P. POTTER.

€ (400-600) 400
67 5277 Daubigny C F  1817 1878 67 5277 Daubigny C F 1817 1878
67/5277 Daubigny, C.F. (1817-1878). "Lever de lune". Etching on chine collé, 1861, 9,5x16,6 cm., signed "Daubigny" and "Imp. Delâtre, Paris" in the plate just below the image and titled and "Gazette des Beaux-Arts" in lower blank margin.

= Delteil 98, state 5 (of 6), but without caption "Salon de 1861".

€ (60-80) 60
67 5278 Debucourt P L  1755 1832  after? 67 5278 Debucourt P L 1755 1832 after?
67/5278 Debucourt, P.-L. (1755-1832) (after?). (People entering Paris through the barriers, 1789). Handcol. etching and aquatint, 50,3x31 cm.

- Cut to the borderline; foxed; sm. portion upper right corner torn off. Sold w.a.f.

€ (50-70)
67 5279 Delaunay N  1739 1792 67 5279 Delaunay N 1739 1792
67/5279 Delaunay, N. (1739-1792). Lot of 3 engravings after C. MONNET, each 21x15 cm., w. the name of Delaunay and Monnet engr. below the image, w. a French caption engr. in the image.

- One engr. sl. frayed.

AND 1 similar engraving by J.B. PATAS after C. MONET.

€ (60-80)
67 5280 Delaune E  1518 1583 67 5280 Delaune E 1518 1583
67/5280 Delaune, E. (1518-1583). (Five grotesques with gods). Five engravings, 6,5x5 cm. (image).

- Doubled; cut to the image, but with address below; partly margin w. address torn. Sold w.a.f.

= Diana, Mercury, Mars, Venus and Minerva.

AND 3 others by the same, i.a. Triumph of Bacchus (cut short) and 2 later impressions.

€ (50-70) 300
67 5281 Delff W J  1580 1638 67 5281 Delff W J 1580 1638
67/5281 Delff, W.J. (1580-1638). Cavalcade of eleven princes of the House of Nassau-Orange. Engraving after A.P. VAN DE VENNE, engr. text below image, 43,2x57 cm., publ. C.J. Visscher.

- Traces of former mounting on verso; two old vertical folds in centre strengthened on verso; upper margin strengthened on verso; six princes and six columns below the image numbered in pen and ink in old hand.

= Hollstein 95, 3rd state of 3. Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXI.

€ (300-500) 425
67 5282 Dente da Ravenna M  1486/1500 1527 67 5282 Dente da Ravenna M 1486/1500 1527
67/5282 Dente da Ravenna, M. (1486/1500-1527). Trajan combattant contre les Daces. Engraving, 25x36,3 cm.

- Doubled; yellowed; browned spots; sm. holes in the image; cut just outside the borderline.

= Bartsch XIV, 206.

€ (100-150) 100
67 5283 Diamantini G  1631 1705 67 5283 Diamantini G 1631 1705
67/5283 Diamantini, G. (1631-1705). (Venus and Adonis). Etching, 26,3x19,3 cm., signed "Joseph Diamantinus" and w. etched Latin text below in the plate.

- Tiny tears and miniscule hole in the face of Adonis. Trimmed on/ just inside the borderline.

= Calabi 20. Not in Bartsch. Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXX.

€ (500-700)
67 5284 Dogs  Bemme J A  1775 1841 67 5284 Dogs Bemme J A 1775 1841
67/5284 [Dogs]. Bemme, J.A. (1775-1841). (Man in a dog-drawn cart). Lithograph, ±1820, 22x30,8 cm., signed "Lithog Joh. Bemme Az." on the stone.

- Trifle foxed; a few sm. creases.

= Bemme was one of the first Dutch artists using lithography. See Lithografie in Nederland, p.24-25.

Klein, J.A. (1792-1875). "6 Blätter Hunde". Series of 6 etchings, ±8,5x11 cm., signed/ monogrammed in the plate, Nürnberg, 1832. - AND 10 other prints w. dogs, i.a. by the same and by STRADANUS (early 17th cent.).

€ (100-150) 120
67 5285 Dujardin K  1622 1678 67 5285 Dujardin K 1622 1678
67/5285 Dujardin, K. (1622-1678). The Battlefield. Etching, 16,8x19,7 cm., monogrammed and dated "K.DV.I fe 1652" in the plate and numb. "28".

- Good impression; sl. browned; ample margins; tipped onto mount; upper left corner torn.

= Hollstein 28, 2nd state (of 2).

Idem. The hunting dogs. Etching, 14,8x13,2 cm., monogrammed "K.DV.I fe" in the plate and numb. "5".

= Hollstein 5, the 3rd state (of 3).

AND 2 others by the same: Hollstein 36 and 38.

€ (150-250)
67 5286 Dürer A  1471 1528 67 5286 Dürer A 1471 1528
67/5286 Dürer, A. (1471-1528). Wappen des Johann Tscherte. Woodcut, ±1520-1570, 18,5x14,2 cm., monogrammed and titled in the block.

- Doubled; closed tears in lower corners; some dark stains in lower margin. = Meder/ Hollstein 294.

AND 3 other 16th cent. woodcuts, i.a. a portrait of Heinrich II.

€ (100-150) 275
67 5287 Dürer A  1471 1528  after 67 5287 Dürer A 1471 1528 after
67/5287 Dürer, A. (1471-1528) (after). Das Meerwunder. Engraving in reverse, 24,5x18,3 cm., monogrammed "AD" and "IH.V.E" in the plate, on rather thick paper.

- Repaired tear in lower left corner.

AND 5 etchings after L. VAN LEYDEN from the small Passion series and 4 engravings after H. ALDEGREVER (i.a. 3x The Story of Susanna).

€ (100-150) 375