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68 6326 Visscher C J  1586 1652 68 6326 Visscher C J 1586 1652
68/6326 Visscher, C.J. (1586-1652). The castle Toutenburgh in Vollenhove. Engraving from the series Four castles in Holland and Utrecht, 12,2x19 cm., "Toutenburch, te Vollenhove, int Lant van Overijssel" and "CJVisscher Fecit" engr. below the image.

- Trimmed on/ just inside the platemark; sm. parts in upper corners reworked; a few brown spots.

= Hollstein 168, first state (of 2). Rare.

€ (250-350) 250
68 6327 Visscher C J  1586 1652 68 6327 Visscher C J 1586 1652
68/6327 Visscher, C.J. (1586-1652). Road into a village. Etching from the series of 26 Landscapes After the Master of the small landscapes (Regiunculae, et villae aliquot ducatus Brabantiae), 10,2x15,4 cm., numb. "19" in lower right corner.

- Sl. browned; broad margins. = Hollstein 310, only state.

€ (200-300) 700
68 6328 Visscher C J  1586 1652 68 6328 Visscher C J 1586 1652
68/6328 Visscher, C.J. (1586-1652). Sloops in front of a yard. Etching from the series of 13 landscapes after C.C. VAN WIERINGEN, 1613, 13,7x19 cm., monogrammed "CIV [intertwined] f:" and "C CW in:" and numb. "6" in the plate.

- Fine, early impression, trimmed to/ just outside the borderline. A few unobtrusive thin spots and some lightly foxed spots.

= Hollstein 332, only state.

€ (150-250) 150
68 6329 Visscher C J  1586 1652 68 6329 Visscher C J 1586 1652
68/6329 Visscher, C.J. (1586-1652). Staircase to houses on a hill. Etching from the series of 13 landscapes after C.C. VAN WIERINGEN, 1614, 13,5x18,9 cm., monogrammed, "CCW in" and numb. "13" in the plate.

- Dark impression, trimmed just within the borderline, w. a few (vague) brown specks and thin area; on paper w. letter part of unidentified watermark ("MB...").

= Hollstein 339, only state.

€ (150-250)
68 6330 Visscher J de 1633 after 1692 68 6330 Visscher J de 1633 after 1692
68 6330 Visscher J de 1633 after 1692 68 6330 Visscher J de 1633 after 1692
68/6330 Visscher, J. de (1633-after 1692). Night. Etching from a series of 4 parts of the day after C. BERGHEM, 28x35,7 cm. (image), w. engr. captions "Nox" and "C.Berghem inventor./ J. Visscher fecit." and the address "Justus Danckerts Excudit" below image.

- Cut inside the upper borderline; repaired tear in upper part; stained; vague vertical folds. = Hollstein 4.

Kobell, F. (1740-1799). (Landscape). Etching, 11x17,5 cm., "1775" in the plate, under passepartout.

= Fine. With unidentified collector's stamp on verso (Lugt 2644).

AND 10 other miscell. 18th cent. prints, nearly all defective.

€ (60-80) 80
68 6331 Visscher J de 1633 after 1692 68 6331 Visscher J de 1633 after 1692
68/6331 Visscher, J. de (1633-after 1692). "De Onsterfelijcke Zeehelt Abraham van der Hulst, Viceadmiraal van Hollant en Westvrieslant (...)." Engr. portrait, surrounded by palm leaves, below an epitaph with a poem in Latin by H. MENSLAGE, in the background a sea battle, within decorated floral border, 49,3x33,8 cm., without address.

- Sm. closed tear on the shoulder. Dark, strong impression.

= F.M. 2635; Hollstein 131, 2nd and final state.

€ (50-70) 60
68 6332 Volpato G  1740 1803 68 6332 Volpato G 1740 1803
68/6332 Volpato, G. (1740-1803). The wedding at Cana. Engraving after TINTORETTO, 31,4x35,9 cm., engr. captions below, w. the address of J. Volpato, Rome, 1772 (2 repaired marginal tears). Baratti, A. (1724-1787). "S. Teresa". Engraving after PIAZZETTA, 41,5x31,8 cm., engr. captions below, w. the address of P. and C. Vallardi, Milan, ±1770. - AND 20 other prints, mainly Italian, i.a. by F. COLLIGON after S. DELLA BELLA (3x), G. WENTZEL, A. SCHIASSI and G. ZAMBELLI.
€ (100-150) 200
68 6333 Vorsterman L  1595 1675 68 6333 Vorsterman L 1595 1675
68/6333 Vorsterman, L. (1595-1675). Flight into Egypt. Engraving after P.P. RUBENS, 39,5x30,1 cm., signed "Lucas Vorsterman" and "1620" in the plate, Latin caption below.

- Sl. yellowed.

€ (50-70) 80
68 6334 Vorsterman L  1595 1675 68 6334 Vorsterman L 1595 1675
68 6334 Vorsterman L  1595 1675 68 6334 Vorsterman L 1595 1675
68/6334 Vorsterman, L. (1595-1675). The Martyrdom of Saint Lawrence. Engraving after P.P. RUBENS, 1621, 38x27,5 cm., engr. captions below.

= Hollstein 88.

AND 15 miscell. other prints, i.a. (by H. COLLAERT I?) "Dum letus celebrat Bacchi conuinia Nabal".

€ (80-100) 190
68 6335 Watelet C H  1718 1786 68 6335 Watelet C H 1718 1786
68/6335 Watelet, C.-H. (1718-1786). (Dutch townview with mills and people and cattle in the foreground). Etching, 10,6x31 cm., signed and "1758" in the plate, framed.
€ (80-100) 275
68 6336 Weirotter F E  1730 1771 68 6336 Weirotter F E 1730 1771
68/6336 Weirotter, F.E. (1730-1771). Mondscheinszene vor den Hütten./ Baumbestandenes Flußufer./ Figurengruppe am nächtlichen Feuer. Three etching and aquatints from the series XII Vue de la Normandie (12 prints), printed on 2 sheets, each ±13x19,3 cm., each w. "F.Ed. Weirotter fecit 1760" in the plate below the image and numb. resp. "3", "4" and "10" in upper corner.

= Winterberg 49, 54 and 56; Nagler 21, 3rd state (of 4/ 3) or only state.

AND 7 others by the same printed on 3 sheets: Bachlandschaft mit einem Bildstock auf einer kleinen Anhöhe from Paysages (6 etchings) (Winterberg 4, 3rd final state); the title-etching Die große weiße Steinplatte and In der Villa Adriani bey Frascati (= at Tivoli) from the series Drite Folge von Gegenden und Bruchstücken. Alter Gebaeude (W. 144 and 146); 4 etchings from Nella Venuta in Roma di Madama Le Comte (...) (after LAVALLÉE-POUSSIN. W. 108-110 and 114).

€ (70-90) 80
68 6337 Weissenbruch J  1822 1880 68 6337 Weissenbruch J 1822 1880
68/6337 Weissenbruch, J. (1822-1880). "Het vredescongres te Parijs." Caricatural lithograph after B. TE GEMPT, 26x36 cm., lithogr. captions below.
€ (50-70) 50
68/6338 Whaling  Dese Cagelot Vis lang 64 Voet is Gestrand tussen Zantvoord en Wyk op Zee den 20 Feb 1762 op 't Strand in Openbaare Vyling Verkogt den 5 Maart voor 900 Guldens Naar 't Leven Getek68/6338 Whaling Dese Cagelot Vis lang 64 Voet is Gestrand tussen Zantvoord en Wyk op Zee den 20 Feb 1762 op 't Strand in Openbaare Vyling Verkogt den 5 Maart voor 900 Guldens Naar 't Leven Getek
68/6338 [Whaling]. "Dese Cagelot Vis lang 64 Voet is Gestrand tussen Zantvoord en Wyk op Zee, den 20 Feb. 1762 op 't Strand in Openbaare Vyling Verkogt den 5 Maart voor 900 Guldens. Naar 't Leven Getekend den 21 Feb. en vervolgens in 't Koper gebragt door C.V. Noorde." Etching w. text by C. VAN NOORDE, (1762), 20,2x32,4 cm., w. sm. inset cartouche ("de Vis van agteren").

- Washed, otherwise fine.

= Ingalls 377; F.M. 4126; Atlas van Stolk 4105; Sliggers/ Wertheim p.88.

€ (100-150) 180
68/6339 Whaling  Stranded whale of 1598 68/6339 Whaling Stranded whale of 1598
68/6339 [Whaling]. Stranded whale of 1598. Engraving after H. GOLTZIUS/ J. MATHAM, 10,5x13,6 cm., early 17th cent.

- Two pieces of paper tape in upper corners of print on verso. = Ingalls 362.

Balenes. Engraving attrib. to J. MEURS, 10,3x15,8 cm., letterpress Dutch text on verso, from J. NIEUHOF, Gezandtschap der Neêrlandtsche Oost-Indische Compagnie (...) (±1665).

- Laid down on paper mount. = Ingalls 371.

€ (100-150) 140
68 6340 Wierix H  ±1553 1619  after 68 6340 Wierix H ±1553 1619 after
68/6340 Wierix, H. (±1553-1619) (after). "Doemen 1567 Schreef, Wast Schade Dat Den Leew Soo Lang Slapende Bleef." Engraving after MARTEN VON CLEEF THE ELDER, 20,3x30,8 cm., engr. captions below, w. the address of F. Antonius.

- Browned. = Hollstein 1922.

AND an (earlier?) copy of the engraving w. title "Doemen 1567 screef - wast schade dat den leeu soo lang slapende bleef (...)" (19,7x31,6 cm. (Foxed; closed tear; sm. marginal defects). - AND 1 other.

€ (100-150) 800
68 6341 Winter A de 1652 after 1707  attrib  68 6341 Winter A de 1652 after 1707 attrib
68/6341 Winter, A. de (1652- after 1707) (attrib.). (Landscapes). Five etchings after H. SAFTLEVEN (2x) and J. VAN ALMELOVEEN (3x), 9,3x11 (4x) and 11x9,5 cm., no. "1" to "5" in the plate, "H. Sagtleeven in" (3x), "H. Sagtleeven in. fec" (1x) or "HSaghtl" engr. in the image, in the first print "C. Dankerts Ex." (in the image) and "A: Winter fec".

- One plate w. closed tear in left margin, just touching the image.

= Very curious and rare (complete?) series, published by C. DANCKERTS (?). Although Herman SAFTLEEVEN is mentioned as the inventor on all prints, only 2 landscapes (no. 1 and 3) are copies after him, both in reverse: of Hollstein 35 (this copy mentioned) and 37 (this copy mentioned). No. 2, 4 and 5 are all copies/ adaptations in reverse after part of a series by VAN ALMELOVEEN. They are adaptations of 3 of the 4 landscapes, allegories of the Seasons, originally in lozenge form (Hollstein 13-15: Spring, Summer and Autumn. Hollstein only mentions copies in reverse by Wenzel Hollar). Perhaps a counterfeit series.

€ (120-150)
68 6342 Zoology  Lot of 35 contemp handcol engr plates 68 6342 Zoology Lot of 35 contemp handcol engr plates
68/6342 [Zoology]. Lot of 35 contemp. handcol. engr. plates, from A. VOSMAER, Allgemeene Natuurkundige en historische Beschryving der zeldzaamste en verwonderenswaardigste Schepsels in de Natuur (Amst., J.B. Elwe, 1804, 2nd ed.), incl. title, each ±19x15 cm., some plates numb. in the plate.

- A few plates trifle soiled / frayed.

= Nissen, ZBI, 4293 and 4294, calling for 35 plates to the complete collection of 33 parts / treatises, but unclear whether the present title-engraving is included in this number. This lot contains 1 stipple-engr. title-plate, 21 engr. plates w. mammals (incl. 2x orang-utan and 2x giraffe), 10 plates w. birds and 3 w. snakes. Arnout Vosmaer was in charge of the menagerie and the museum of William V, Prince of Orange. William actively imported animals from every continent for his museum at Voorburg; when the animals died, their remains became part of his natural history cabinet. Vosmaer published separate descriptions of many of these rare animals over a thirty-year period, from 1767 to his death in 1799.

AND 20 contemp. handcol. engr. plates w. insects by C.F.C. KLEEMANN, G.P. TRAUTNER and J.C. KELLER from J.E. VOET, Systematische naamlijst van dat geslacht der insekten, dat men torren noemt (The Hague, 1806).

€ (500-700)
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