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68 6126 Dente da Ravenna M  1486/1500 1527 68 6126 Dente da Ravenna M 1486/1500 1527
68/6126 Dente da Ravenna, M. (1486/1500-1527). (The abduction of Helen of Troy). Engraving after M. RAIMONDI after RAPHAEL, 29,5x43 cm., monogrammed "R" in the plate, publ. Rome, G.G. Rossi, 1649.

- Trimmed to the platemark/ borderline (eliminating address below) and doubled; closed tear in upper margin; vertical printing flaw; trifle spotted.

€ (100-150) 150
68 6127 Deville M  late 19th cent  68 6127 Deville M late 19th cent
68/6127 Deville, M. (late 19th cent.). "Visite à l'Atelier". Etching on chine collé after M. ELIOT, 49,7x30,5 cm., engr. captions below, printed by A. Clément, Paris, from l'Art. - AND a fanshaped lithograph "Eventail sur la danse" by HENRY DETOUCHE, w. AUTOGRAPH DEDICATION in pencil (upper blank margin cut-short).
€ (80-100) 90
68 6128 Diamantini G  1621 1705 68 6128 Diamantini G 1621 1705
68/6128 Diamantini, G. (1621-1705). (Venus carried by dolphins). Etching, 21,5x16,1 cm.

- Partly stained (some brown and some printer's ink). = Calabi 11; Bartsch 21. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXII.

AND 2 other etchings by the same, both w. defects: The Nativity (lower blank margin cut short; formerly backed) and Old man holding fire in his hands (top right corner cut off and lacking last line of dedication).

€ (300-500) 325
68 6129 Drebbel C  1572 1634 68 6129 Drebbel C 1572 1634
68/6129 Drebbel, C. (1572-1634). Dialectica. Engraving after H. GOLTZIUS, 16x12,8 cm. (image), "3" and double-line Latin caption below.

- Unevenly yellowed.

= Hollstein 6. With the manuscript collector's mark of J.A. van Dongen (1888-1972) and the collector's mark of Van Eekelen (Lugt 5101).

AND 3 others, i.a. by A. COLLAERT II.

€ (100-150) 200
68 6130 Ducerceau Sr  J  ±1520 1585 68 6130 Ducerceau Sr J ±1520 1585
68 6130 Ducerceau Sr  J  ±1520 1585 68 6130 Ducerceau Sr J ±1520 1585
68 6130 Ducerceau Sr  J  ±1520 1585 68 6130 Ducerceau Sr J ±1520 1585
68 6130 Ducerceau Sr  J  ±1520 1585 68 6130 Ducerceau Sr J ±1520 1585
68/6130 Ducerceau Sr., J. (±1520-1585). (Grotesques and ornaments). Lot of 14 etchings, 7,4x9,3 cm. to 7,3x22,3 cm.

- Dustsoiled; partly w. defects in margins (affecting images).

€ (80-100) 160
68 6131 Dujardin K  1622 1678 68 6131 Dujardin K 1622 1678
68 6131 Dujardin K  1622 1678 68 6131 Dujardin K 1622 1678
68/6131 Dujardin, K. (1622-1678). The tree with the roots laid bare. Etching, 13,8x17,1 cm., signed, "1652" and numb. "17" in the plate.

- Somewhat grey impression on thin 18th cent. laid paper.

= Hollstein 17, 2nd state (of 2). With the collector's stamp of Friedrich Koch (±1770-1832) on verso (Lugt 1020).

Idem. Two men near the stone in the water. Etching, 12,1x15,3 cm., signed "K. duiardin Fe", "1648[in reverse]" and numb. "10" in the plate.

= Hollstein 10, 2nd state (of 2) on thin 18th cent. laid paper. With unidentified collector's stamp on verso (Lugt 2745).

AND 2 others, i.a. by G. PERELLE.

€ (60-80) 100
68 6132 Dunouy A H  1757 1841 68 6132 Dunouy A H 1757 1841
68/6132 Dunouy, A.H. (1757-1841). (Waterfall in a village). Etching on chine collé, 15x23,9 cm., monogrammed and "1819 Napoli" in the plate (some foxing). Idem. (Landscape with a castle and a monastry). Etching on chine collé, 14,8x20,6 cm., monogrammed in the plate. - AND 6 other etchings by the same (3x) and after LUDWIG ABERLI (3x).
€ (100-150) 100
68 6133 Earlom R  1743 1822 68 6133 Earlom R 1743 1822
68/6133 Earlom, R. (1743-1822). "Tulips". (Hand)col. mezzotint after J. REINABLE, 47,5x35,5 cm. (incl. captions), w. engr. address below: London, Dr. Thornton, 1798, framed.

- Not examined outside frame.

= Not in Wessely and Le Blanc. Very rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXIII.

€ (1.200-1.500)
68/6134 Erotica  Lot of 8 small erotic prints 68/6134 Erotica Lot of 8 small erotic prints
68/6134 Erotica  Lot of 8 small erotic prints 68/6134 Erotica Lot of 8 small erotic prints
68/6134 [Erotica]. Lot of 8 small erotic prints, all 19th cent. engr./ lithogr., partly printed in red, all ±10x6 cm. or vice versa.
€ (30-50) 40
68 6135 Everdingen A van 1621 1675 68 6135 Everdingen A van 1621 1675
68/6135 Everdingen, A. van (1621-1675). The boat at the river bank. Etching, 10x16 cm.

- Cut just outside the borderline.

= Hollstein 88, the 4th state (of 5): "The cottage to the left and the pieces of wood reworked."

AND 2 other engravings, i.a. by J. SAENREDAM after H. GOLTZIUS (mounted, lacking 2 small parts).

€ (70-90) 90
68 6136 Faber or Fabre P  act 1st quarter 17th cent  68 6136 Faber or Fabre P act 1st quarter 17th cent
68/6136 Faber or Fabre, P. (act. 1st quarter 17th cent.). "Atavi fecere sementem". Engraving, 24,7x43 cm., "Petrus Faber fecit" and titled in the plate.

- On rather thick laid paper, no watermark detected. Tipped onto mount at upper corners; trifle foxed.

= Pierre Fabre was active in Lyon and possibly also in Tours. This engraving shows a crowned man on a throne, flanked by four (winged) allegorical figures, two of which hold a shield with a coat of arms and hand the enthroned man a laurel wreath with the text "Regi Ducum" and "Duci Ducum".

€ (100-150) 100
68/6137 Faldoni, G.A. (1687-1770). (Elijah and the angel). Engraving, 23x16,2 cm., engr. captions below. Idem. (Saint Christopher). Engraving, 21x15 cm., engr. captions below. - AND ±20 miscell. others, i.a. an etching (Saint Peter) after MASTER FP (laid down on mount), a rare etching Bacchante by S. SELVA after A. NOVELLI and engravings on vellum after H. WIERIX and J. LUYKEN.
€ (100-150) 325
68 6138 Fashion and costume  Lecomte H  1781 1857 68 6138 Fashion and costume Lecomte H 1781 1857
68/6138 [Fashion and costume]. Lecomte, H. (1781-1857). "Jeune fille d'Alkmaer Nord-Hollande". "Paysanne de la Province d'Over-yssel en Habit de Fête". Two handcol. lithographs, each 19,5x13,8 cm., monogrammed and "1819" on the stone, from Costumes de différentes nations (1818-1819).

= Early lithographs.

"Scheveningsche visscher en zyne vrouw". Handcol. lithograph by V. DE VILLENEUVE after H. GREEVEN, 21,2x15,7 cm., "no.13". - From: H. GREEVEN, Verzameling der Kleederdragten in de Nordelyke Provincien van het Koningryk der Nederlanden (Amst., 1828, 20 plates in total).

- Sm. stain in upper margin.

AND 26 other costume prints of Dutch men and women, i.a. 4 plates from the second work (no.1, 2, 14 and 20) and 10 plates from V. BING and J. BRAET VON UEBERFELDT, Nederlandsche Kleederdragten (all cut to the image).

€ (200-300)
68 6139 Fioretin I F  16th cent  68 6139 Fioretin I F 16th cent
68/6139 Fioretin, I.F. (16th cent.). (The wedding of Vertumnus and Pomona). Copper engraving, 24,5x39,6 cm., w. "EX CD. ANT.SAL 1542" engr. in the image, w. an 8-line Italian text engr. below the image.

- Lacking (sm.) parts of upper corners and some sm. holes in centre; a few closed tears in margins; mounted on paper.

Passarini, F. (1638-1698). (Baroque altar). Engraving, 31x22,5 cm., w. "Philipus Passarinus: Ir. & S.N." and "In Roma nella Stamperia de Dom. de Rossi alla pacce con privil." engr. in the lower margin. - AND 2 engr. title-pages, i.a. from G.S.J. BENEDETTO, Genuensis Societatis Iesu (Leyden, 1621).

€ (100-150) 230
68 6140 Fire fighting  Heyden J van der 1637 1712 68 6140 Fire fighting Heyden J van der 1637 1712
68/6140 [Fire fighting]. Heyden, J. van der (1637-1712). "Afbeeldinghe van de Nieu geinventeerde en geoctroyeerde Slang-Brandspuyten. Vertoonende des selfs Figuur en manier van gebruyck. Nieuwelyck uytgevonden by Jan vander Heyde, inventeur en opsichter van de Stadts Lantaarens tot Amsterdam en Nicolaes vander Heyde, generaale opsiender, des Schutshuysen en wateren der selver Stede en geadmitteert Landtmeeter." Engraving ON VELLUM by D. STOOPENDAAL, 27,5x42,8 cm., framed.

- Soiled; vellum shrunk; a few scattered (worm)holes. Not examined outside the frame.

= F.M. 2301, 30b. Rare: no copies on vellum traced. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXIII.

€ (300-500) 325
68 6141 Fire fighting  Heyden J van der 1637 1712 68 6141 Fire fighting Heyden J van der 1637 1712
68/6141 [Fire fighting]. Heyden, J. van der (1637-1712). "Afbeeldinghe van de Nieu geinventeerde en geoctroyeerde Slang-Brandspuyten. Vertoonende des selfs Figuur en manier van gebruyck. Nieuwelyck uytgevonden, in Practyck gebragt, en naar alle gelegenheeden van Plaats en Waateren bequaamelyk geschikt door Jan vander Heyde, en Jan vander heyde [sic] de Jonge, Generaale Brand Meesters der Stad Amsterdam." Large broadside, totally measuring 59x46 cm. (leaf), the upper half consisting of an etching (29,5x45 cm.) showing fire fighting operations in an Amsterdam setting w. engr. title in Dutch and French, with a strip (6,3x45 cm.) with engr. explanatory text (in Dutch and French) and 4 small engrs., the lower half with 4 columns letterpress in Dutch and French (2 columns each), without address.

- Yellowed/ sl. browned.

= F.M. 2301, 30c, 2nd state: "De personen bij spuit A, B, C, E, F zijn geëtst door J.v.d.Heide." Muller supposes: "(...) een plein met een groot gebouw in brand, (het Zeeregt? aan de Buitenkant) en eene kerk (Oudezijds Kapel?) en toren (Montelbaans?- doch dan verkeerd geteekend)". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXIV.

€ (250-350) 325
68 6142 Flowers  Besler B  1561 1629 68 6142 Flowers Besler B 1561 1629
68/6142 [Flowers]. Besler, B. (1561-1629). (Tulips). Contemp. handcol. engraving, 47,5x39,5 cm., engr. captions, from Hortus Eystettensis (Nürnb., 1613), framed.

- A few foxed specks.

= Depicts five species, "Tulipaniuci coloris" through "Tulipa purpurea calice pallescente". Unidentified (ms.?) monogram ("IL"?) in central bulb. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXIII.

€ (400-600) 425
68/6143 Flowers  Collection of 90 hand col stipple engr plates 68/6143 Flowers Collection of 90 hand col stipple engr plates
68/6143 Flowers  Collection of 90 hand col stipple engr plates 68/6143 Flowers Collection of 90 hand col stipple engr plates
68/6143 [Flowers]. Collection of 90 (hand)col. stipple-engr. plates, from F.P. CHAUMETON, Flore Médicale (Paris, ±1815), by LAMBERT after P.J.F. TURPIN/ E. PANKOUCKE, each ±19x12 cm. (platemark), each w. at least 3p. accomp. letterpress text, bound in later hcalf.

- One plate stained (its accomp. text lvs. sl. stained); one plate w. some annots. in ballpoint; otherwise some minor foxing. Binding worn/ dam.

= Nissen, BBI 349.

€ (100-150) 120
68/6144 Flowers  Lot of 20 handcol lithogr plates 68/6144 Flowers Lot of 20 handcol lithogr plates
68/6144 Flowers  Lot of 20 handcol lithogr plates 68/6144 Flowers Lot of 20 handcol lithogr plates
68/6144 Flowers  Lot of 20 handcol lithogr plates 68/6144 Flowers Lot of 20 handcol lithogr plates
68/6144 [Flowers]. Lot of 20 handcol. lithogr. plates, each ±38x27 cm. (leaf), from (Curtis's) Botanical Magazine/ (Edward's) Botanical Register/ other works(?), ±1835.

- Some yellowing/ foxing.

€ (60-80)
68 6145 Frisius S W  ±1580 1629 68 6145 Frisius S W ±1580 1629
68 6145 Frisius S W  ±1580 1629 68 6145 Frisius S W ±1580 1629
68 6145 Frisius S W  ±1580 1629 68 6145 Frisius S W ±1580 1629
68/6145 Frisius, S.W. (±1580-1629). (Landscapes). Three etchings after M. BRIL, from the series Topographia Variarum Regionum (28 plates), 9,9x15,2 cm.,10,9x15,5 cm., and 10,4x14,8 cm., "M.(athias) bril inventor" and "Hhondius excudit" engr. below the image, 1614.

- All with ample margins; all prints w. a few sm. foxed spots.

= Hollstein 128, 142 and 148. All prints 1st state (of 2), before the numbers. Hollstein 148 w. unidentified collector's stamp on verso (Lugt 4323).

€ (250-350)