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68/6146 Fruits  Lot of 15 chromolithogr plates 68/6146 Fruits Lot of 15 chromolithogr plates
68/6146 [Fruits]. Lot of 15 chromolithogr. plates, by G. SEVEREYNS after S. BERGHUIS, each 31x23,5 cm. (leaf), from S. BERGHUIS, De Nederlandsche Boomgaard (1896).

- Trifle/ sl. yellowed/ foxed; occas. sm. marginal defects. = Apples, pears and cherries.

€ (50-70) 50
68 6147 Galle P  1537 1612 68 6147 Galle P 1537 1612
68/6147 Galle, P. (1537-1612). The story of Esther. Three (of 8) engravings after M. VAN HEEMSKERCK, each 20,5x25,1 cm., w. "MHee. In." and Latin captions engr. in the plate.

- All three ample margins; trifle yellowed. = Hollstein 50, 51 and 54, all final state.

€ (100-150) 100
68 6148 Galvani G  1763 1819 68 6148 Galvani G 1763 1819
68 6148 Galvani G  1763 1819 68 6148 Galvani G 1763 1819
68/6148 Galvani, G. (1763-1819). "Dolce è la pesca sotto l'ombre amene." Etching, 15,5x21,6 cm., etched captions below (vaguely waterst.). - AND 3 similar landscape etchings by the same, w. same defects. - AND ±30 other prints, i.a. by F. FONTANESI, A. AGLIO ("Herculanum Painting". Early lithograph), P. PERFETTI, C. MARATTA ((The Child in the manger). Browned), L. MATTIOLI ((Nativity). Folds; annots. in lower margin), P. TOSCHI and G. MARRI.
€ (150-250) 210
68 6149 Gavarni P  1804 1866 68 6149 Gavarni P 1804 1866
68/6149 Gavarni, P. (1804-1866). "Ô femme! chef-d'oeuvre de la création (...)". Handcol. lithograph, 21,8x17,2 cm., w. the address of Bouger, printed by Aubert, from Les Étudians de Paris.

= A unique copy, with handcolouring by Bouvenne intended as example for a coloured edition.

AND 12 other French 19th cent. prints, i.a. by the same (2x, i.a. a portrait of Alexandre Decamps), F. VALLOTTON (from l'Assiette au beure), P. HUET (2x, i.a. "Le Heron" (Delteil 7, 3rd state of 3; this copy with the artist's stamp in lower right corner (Lugt 1269)), CH. JACQUES (2x), TH. RIBOT (3x) and A. VOLLON.

€ (250-350) 250
68/6150 Genealogy and heraldry  Novum ac magnum theatrum urbium Belgicae Regiae 68/6150 Genealogy and heraldry Novum ac magnum theatrum urbium Belgicae Regiae
68/6150 Genealogy and heraldry  Novum ac magnum theatrum urbium Belgicae Regiae 68/6150 Genealogy and heraldry Novum ac magnum theatrum urbium Belgicae Regiae
68/6150 Genealogy and heraldry  Novum ac magnum theatrum urbium Belgicae Regiae 68/6150 Genealogy and heraldry Novum ac magnum theatrum urbium Belgicae Regiae
68/6150 Genealogy and heraldry  Novum ac magnum theatrum urbium Belgicae Regiae 68/6150 Genealogy and heraldry Novum ac magnum theatrum urbium Belgicae Regiae
68/6150 [Genealogy and heraldry]. "Novum ac magnum theatrum urbium Belgicae Regiae." Engraving, 41x25 cm., title-p. from J. BLAEU, Novum ac magnum theatrum urbium Belgicae Regiae (...) (Amst., 1649). - AND ±80 engravings of coats of arms, i.a. of Pope Barberini, J. van Eck and Ferdinand III, by i.a. M. LE BLON and S. VOUILLEMONT, 17th-19th cent., various sizes.

- Occas. cut sl. short/ trifle dustsoiled.

ADDED: 9 engr. printer's vignettes.

€ (100-150) 100
68 6151 Genoels A  1640 1723 68 6151 Genoels A 1640 1723
68/6151 Genoels, A. (1640-1723). Italianate landscapes. Lot of 10 etchings, ±1675, each 18,7x13,9 cm., 9x signed in the plate "A. Genoels f. Romae", all laid down on mount.

- Occas. vaguely foxed/ dustsoiled. = Hollstein 13-15, 17, 18 and 20-24.

€ (100-150) 190
68 6152 Gheyn II J de 1565 1629 68 6152 Gheyn II J de 1565 1629
68/6152 Gheyn II, J. de (1565-1629). The Crucifixion. Engraving after C. VAN BROECK, 39,7x29 cm., engr. caption "O nos faelices pet te, servator Iesu (...)" below, published by J. de Bosscher.

- Cut just inside the borderline. Yellowed; restored middle-fold; worn along edges.

AND 9 others, i.a. by/ after J. DE GHEYN.

€ (100-150) 200
68 6153 Goltzius H  1558 1617 68 6153 Goltzius H 1558 1617
68/6153 Goltzius, H. (1558-1617). Marcus Valerius Corvus. Engraving, 1586, 36,5x23,3 cm., "HG fecit" and "6" in lower left corner, w. 2-line engr. captions below image, tipped onto mount.

- Some small marginal tears; lower left blank corner torn off (repaired); sl. waterst./ foxed.

= New Hollstein 169, the 2nd state (of 2); Strauss 236; Hirschmann 167. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXIV.

€ (200-300) 350
68 6154 Goltzius H  1558 1617 68 6154 Goltzius H 1558 1617
68/6154 Goltzius, H. (1558-1617). The Wedding of Cupid and Psyche. Central leaf of an engraving printed from 3 separate plates after BARTHOLOMEUS SPRANGER, 1587, 42,5x28,5 cm., w. 4-line Latin text in 3 columns engr. below the image.

- Good impression. Trimmed on/ just inside the borderline; sl. soiled and some vague brown stains; backed w. thin Japanese, strengthening/ repairing some folds, tears and sm. holes.

= New Hollstein 341, unidentified state; Strauss 255 ("the principal engraving of the year 1587"). Single sheets of this large engraving (totally measuring 43,8x85,8 cm.) are very rare, complete copies are even excessively rare. "This magnificent banquet of the gods, overflowing with the sweet nectar of grace, assures immortality to the designer, as well as to the engraver." (Strauss, citing Carel van Mander). "After Goltzius had a few trial runs at translating relatively simple designs by Bartholomeus Spranger into print, the two artists must have realised that the time had come to attempt something of a different order. This spectactular piece of compositional bravura is the happy result of that decision. (...) The eddying figures lend vibrancy to the engraving, particularly in fine impressions with the correct distribution of light and shade, which are unfortunately very rare." (Ger Luijten in: Dawn of the Golden Age (Amst., 1993), p.330-331).

€ (400-600) 700
68 6155 Goltzius H  1558 1617  after 68 6155 Goltzius H 1558 1617 after
68/6155 Goltzius, H. (1558-1617) (after). Frederick de Vries. Etching, 35x25,7 cm., reversed copy by RAPHAEL GUIDI, monogrammed "RG" and "1599" in the plate, tipped onto mount.

- Sl. browned/ stained; small wormhole in cartouche; closed tear in right margin.

= Hirschmann 218, Kopien b; Hollstein 218; cf. Strauss 344. The famous "Goltzius dog".

AND a poor copy of H. GOLTZIUS, Frederick de Vries (laid down on mount; stained/ dustsoiled).

€ (100-150) 150
68 6156 Goltzius H  1558 1617  after 68 6156 Goltzius H 1558 1617 after
68/6156 Goltzius, H. (1558-1617) (after). The Passion. Complete series of 12 engravings, 1596-98, each ±19,8x13,2 cm., each monogrammed "HG" and (mostly) dated and numb. "1" to "12" in the plate, all tipped onto mount.

- Each cut on/ just inside the platemark; trifle dustsoiled; mostly fine.

= Cf. Hollstein 17-29, b copies: "Close copies in same direction by Abraham Hogenberg (active c.1590-1653)". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXIV.

€ (800-1.000) 800
68 6157 Goltzius J  ±1550 after 1595 68 6157 Goltzius J ±1550 after 1595
68/6157 Goltzius, J. (±1550-after 1595). "Honos alit artes". Engraving, 41x41 cm., titled and w. "Lambertus Scheckelius Dutil: uius inuen." and "Julius Goltzius sculpsit. Alu excud." engr. in the plate.

- The entire print (partly badly) doubled and wrinkled; lower corner frayed; 2 diagonal folds w. dam. spots; a few browned spots.

= Very rare, not in Hollstein. An allegory of the arts and sciences, patronized by the pope, the emperor and several kings of the holy Roman empire. The coat of arms shows the insignia of pope Clemens VIII, Aldobrandini.

€ (150-250) 150
68/6158 Great Britain  A view of Westminster Bridge from Lambeth 68/6158 Great Britain A view of Westminster Bridge from Lambeth
68/6158 [Great Britain]. "A view of Westminster Bridge from Lambeth". Contemp. handcol. engr. view, engr. captions in English and French below image, 17,7x23,8 cm., Cornhil, J. Bowles, n.d. (±1750). - AND 5 engr. sm. maps of Buckinghamshire, Essex, Hampshire, Kent and Middlesex. - AND 18 (handcol./ aquatint) (steel)engr. views, various sizes, all 18th-19th cent., some under passepartout.

= Contains i.a. 9 views from the series "The beauties of Engeland and Wales" by J. Britton (London, 1809-1815).

€ (50-70) 70
68 6159 Greive J C jr  1837 1891 68 6159 Greive J C jr 1837 1891
68/6159 Greive, J.C. jr. (1837-1891). Turfschip. Lithograph, 12,5x21 cm. (leaf 28x35,8 cm.) signed on the stone.

- Yellowed.

= State before letters. From the series Studiën van Hollandsche Schepen (Amst., F. Buffa, ±1860). J. Greive, Johan Conrad Greive, p.39.

€ (30-50) 50
68 6160 Haid J J  1704 1767 68 6160 Haid J J 1704 1767
68/6160 Haid, J.J. (1704-1767). "Grammatica. Die Sprachkunst." Mezzotint after J. ROTENHAMMER, 36,8x27,8 cm., engr. captions below.

- Partly foxed; waterst. in upper right corner; 2 tiny pinholes affecting image. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXIV.

€ (100-150)
68 6161 Heemskerck M van 1498 1574  after 68 6161 Heemskerck M van 1498 1574 after
68 6161 Heemskerck M van 1498 1574  after 68 6161 Heemskerck M van 1498 1574 after
68/6161 Heemskerck, M. van (1498-1574) (after). The story of David and Saul. Set of 6 (of 10) engravings by an unidentified engraver, all ±20,5x24,7 cm., all numb. "5"-"10" and with a Latin caption engr. below the image.

- Lacking the first 4 engravings; each print cut on/ just within the platemark/ mounted on paper.

= Hollstein 98-103, each only state.

AND 6 others after the same, all with defects.

€ (120-150) 210
68 6162 Hirzel H R C  1864 1939 68 6162 Hirzel H R C 1864 1939
68/6162 Hirzel, H.R.C. (1864-1939). "Elegie". Etching and aquatint, 14x27,5 cm., signed "Herm. R.C. Hirzel" in pencil, signed "H. Hirzel acqf: 1894" and titled in the plate (sl. browned). - AND 2 other landscape etchings by the same, both signed in pencil.
€ (100-150)
68 6163 Hoecke R van den 1622 1668 68 6163 Hoecke R van den 1622 1668
68/6163 Hoecke, R. van den (1622-1668). Soldiers pitch a tent. Etching from the series of Various subjects with encampments (6 plates), 9,2x13,6 cm., "Robertus v. H. F." engr. in the image.

- Trimmed to the borderline (with loss of address); upper right corner restored.

= Hollstein 9, mentioning 2 states. The state of this impression unclear, due to loss of address.

€ (100-150)
68 6164 Hogarth W  1697 1764 68 6164 Hogarth W 1697 1764
68/6164 Hogarth, W. (1697-1764). (Illustrations for Samuel Butler's Hudibras). Ten (of 12) engravings, each ±26,5x34 (2x ±27x50) cm., engr. captions below and numb. in upper corner, 5x w. the address of R. Sayer, London, on wove paper.

- Occas. partly remargined or blank margin loosening along platemark; occas. trifle foxed; the numbers partly scratched off.

= Paulson 82-88 and 90-92, 3rd-5th penultimate or final states.

€ (80-100) 80
68 6165 Hogarth W  1697 1764 68 6165 Hogarth W 1697 1764
68/6165 Hogarth, W. (1697-1764). "Marriage À-la-Mode". Complete series of 6 engravings "Invented, Painted & Published by Wm. Hogarth", engr. by B. BARON, S. RAVENET and G. SCOTIN, each 37,5x45 cm., engr. captions, 1745, unif. framed.

- Nicely framed set. No. IV trifle foxed. = Paulson 156-163, with extensive explanation. Final states.

€ (100-150) 100