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65/5320  Flowers   Lot of ±65 handcol  lithogr  plates65/5320 Flowers Lot of ±65 handcol lithogr plates
65/5320 [Flowers]. Lot of ±65 handcol. lithogr. plates, almost all from the BOTANICAL MAGAZINE and BRITISH FLOWER GARDEN, ±1855, all ±32x22 cm. - AND 9 chromolithographs of plants by J. GOFFIN, from J.B. RODRIGUES, Sertum palmarum Brasiliensium (...) (partly sl. frayed).
€ (200-300) 240
65/5321 [Flowers]. Lot of ±95 handcol. engr. plates, 29,5x23 cm., mostly from vol. VII of J. KOPS, Flora Batava (1836).

- All fine.

€ (120-150)
65/5322  Flowers and insects   Lot of 15 plates65/5322 Flowers and insects Lot of 15 plates
65/5322 [Flowers and insects]. Lot of 15 plates, 18th-19th cent., various techniques and sizes, i.a. 6 uncoloured etchings by J. L'ADMIRAL.
€ (50-70) 50
65/5323 Fokke  S   1712 178465/5323 Fokke S 1712 1784
65/5323 Fokke, S. (1712-1784). (De Godvruchtige Landman). Series of 24 etchings before letters (each 5,3x7,5 cm.) on 11 lvs., for De Godvruchtige Landman (Amst., Wed. J. Loveringh/ J. Allart, 1778), together under 7 simple paper passepartouts.

= The work in which these prints were published is sometimes (errosneously) attrib. to Hieronymus van Alphen (cf. Buijnsters p.392).

€ (80-100) 80
65/5324 Fortuny y Marsal  M   1838 187465/5324 Fortuny y Marsal M 1838 1874
65/5324 Fortuny y Marsal, M. (1838-1874). "Kabyle Mort". Etching, 20x39,5 cm., signed and [below the image] titled in the plate, numb. "N2" in upper right corner, printed by Delâtre, Paris, published by Goupil et Cie.

- Sl. browned/ waterst.; upper corners tipped onto mount.

€ (150-250) 1400
65/5325 Franck  H U   1603 168065/5325 Franck H U 1603 1680
65/5325 Franck, H.U. (1603-1680). (The horseman's end). Etching from a series of 25 scenes of military life, 10,5x13,4 cm., touched/ heightened w. red colour pencil, "h"(?) in ms. in top centre.

- On paper with unidentified armorial watermark. Trimmed to (just within) the borderline; portion of upper left corner repaired; vague waterstains; old owner's entry/ annot. in brown pen and some scribblings in red pencil on verso.

= Hollstein 28.

€ (200-300)
65/5326 Frisius  S W   ±1580 162965/5326 Frisius S W ±1580 1629
65/5326 Frisius, S.W. (±1580-1629). Landscape with fields on the left and a windmill on the right. Etching from the series of 28 Topographia Variarum Regionum after M. BRIL, 10,1x15,6 cm., 1614, w. the addresses of P. Bril and H. Hondius engr. below the image.

- Ample margins; manuscript "(1580)" in pen below the image.

= New Hollstein 149, 1st state (of 2). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCV.

€ (200-300) 210
65/5327  Fruits   Lot of 31 handcol  engravings65/5327 Fruits Lot of 31 handcol engravings
65/5327  Fruits   Lot of 31 handcol  engravings65/5327 Fruits Lot of 31 handcol engravings
65/5327 [Fruits]. Lot of 31 handcol. engravings, ±25x20 cm., from DUHAMEL DE MONCEAU, Traité des arbres fruitiers, 1768.

= Nice lot.

€ (200-300)
65/5328 Galle I  C   1576 165065/5328 Galle I C 1576 1650
65/5328 Galle I, C. (1576-1650). Judith beheading Holofernes. Engraving after P.P. RUBENS, 55,2x37,8 cm., 4-line engr. caption below image, "Cornelis Galle sculp." and "Carolus Collaert excud." in the plate.

- Doubled w. later paper; a few marginal tears and rubbed spots (sl. affecting caption below); sl. foxed.

= Hollstein 31 II; Wurzbach 22; Le Blanc 2. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCIV.

€ (500-700) 500
65/5329 Galle I  C   1576 165065/5329 Galle I C 1576 1650
65/5329 Galle I, C. (1576-1650). "S. Barbara". Engraving, 45x33,5 cm., title and "Corn. Galle excudit Antuerpiae" engr. below image. - AND 17 miscell. others, i.a. a series of 9 full-p. bookillustrations of saints by J.H. LÖFFLER.
€ (100-150) 200
65/5330 Galle  P   1537 161265/5330 Galle P 1537 1612
65/5330 Galle, P. (1537-1612). The Triumphs of Petrarch. Series of 4 (of 6) etchings from The Triumphs of Petrarch, after M. VAN HEEMSKERCK, ±1565, each ±9x26,2 cm., "HMee.In. v PG.F." in the plate, engr. captions below, under passepartout.

- Rather grey (cleaned) impresions w. ample margins. Plate 6 w. old middle-fold.

= New Hollstein 492-294 and 496.

€ (100-150) 130
65/5331 Galle  P   1537 161265/5331 Galle P 1537 1612
65/5331 Galle, P. (1537-1612). The Wretchedness of Wealth. Series of 4 (of 6) engravings after M. VAN HEEMSKERCK, 1653, each 15,8x22,7 cm., each monogrammed "M.v.H. In:" and numb. in the plate, each tipped onto mount.

- All plates without the engr. captions below. Plate 2 lacks small piece of upper right corner.

= New Hollstein Dutch 282-285.

AND 7 other engravings after (probably) the same, i.a. "Et dimitte nobis debita nostra sicut (...)" and "Strenuus hic Christi vivens Athleta Philippus (...)".

€ (100-150) 160
65/5332 Galle, Th. (±1571-1633). "Reciproca Sponsae Sponsique ad Hortum Suum Invitatio." Series of 50 (of 51) engravings (incl. title), 11,5x8,5 cm., engr. text below in 3 rows, totally measuring 17x9,8 cm., all upper margins laid down on mount.

- Lacks plate 46.

Idem. "Pancarpium Marianum". Series of 40 (of 51) engravings (incl. title and frontisp.) 11,5x8,7 cm., engr. text in 3 columns below by J. DAVID, totally measuring 18,7x12,5 cm.

€ (150-250) 150
65/5333 Gaugain  T   1748 181065/5333 Gaugain T 1748 1810
65/5333 Gaugain  T   1748 181065/5333 Gaugain T 1748 1810
65/5333 Gaugain, T. (1748-1810). "The Death of Prince Leopold of Brunswick." Etching and stipple-engraving by T. GAUGAIN after J. NORTHCOTE, 49,8x61,2 cm., engr. English and French text in two columns below image, London, T. Gaugain, 1787.

- A few closed tears in margins (partly touching/ in image); blank margins sl. creased. = Rare.

Senus, W. (±1773-1851). "Vrede in Europa." Stipple-engraving after C. VAN CUYLENBURG, 54,5x67 cm., without address, 1802.

- Middle-fold; sl. frayed in top margin. = F.M. 5613.

Idem. "De Reden". Stipple-engraving after J. KAMPHUYSEN, 52x39 cm., w. engr. calligraphed caption and "Proefdruk" below image.

- Small tear in right margin (1 cm. into image); two vague oblique folds; a few tiny specks.

= Allegory of Reason.

€ (100-150)
65 5334 Gheyn II J de 1565 162965 5334 Gheyn II J de 1565 1629
65 5334 Gheyn II J de 1565 162965 5334 Gheyn II J de 1565 1629
65/5334 Gheyn II, J. de (1565-1629). The marriage-feast of Peleus and Thetis in the clouds. Engraving after C. VAN DEN BROECK, 1589, 32x47 cm., engr. captions below.

- Corners badly dam. w. loss of image. Sold w.a.f.

= New Hollstein Dutch 147.

AND a copy of the Farnesian Hercules after H. GOLTZIUS (monogrammed "HG"), badly dam. in right (mainly blank) margin.

€ (100-150) 100
65/5335 Ghisi, D. Mantuana (1547-1612). Cavalleria Romana. Engraving, 1575, consisting of 3 attached sheets, totally measuring 17x98 cm., "All'Ill.mo Sig.r Scipione Gonzagga Iulius Ro. In. Diana F." in the plate, laid down on mount (sharp middle-fold). - AND 16 others.
€ (100-150) 550
65/5336 Goltzius  H   1558 161765/5336 Goltzius H 1558 1617
65/5336 Goltzius, H. (1558-1617). The Farnese Hercules. Engraving, 1592 (published 1617), 42x29,8 cm., engr. caption below, published by H. Adolfz.

- Laid down on mount. Lacks lower right corner w. loss of captions; upper blank margin w. defects (occas. just touching the image). Some foxing, remains of sellotape in left and right margin shining through. Sold w.a.f.

= New Hollstein 378. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCV.

€ (200-300) 1300
65/5337 Goltzius  H   1558 161765/5337 Goltzius H 1558 1617
65/5337 Goltzius, H. (1558-1617). Saint James the Lesser. Engraving, 13,8x9,8 cm., 3 line engr. text below, monogrammed in lower left corner.

- Lower left blank corner torn off. = Bartsch 52; Hollstein 43.

AND 2 engravings (after) L. VAN LEYDEN, i.a. a poor copy of St. Bartholomew.

€ (100-150) 120
65/5338 Goltzius  H   1558 1617   after65/5338 Goltzius H 1558 1617 after
65/5338 Goltzius, H. (1558-1617) (after). Woman in profile. Engraving, 14,5x10 cm., monogrammed "HG" in the plate (New Hollstein 777). - AND an anonymous engraving after A. DÜRER, Christ washing the feet of his disciples.
€ (80-100) 90
65/5339 Goncourt  J  de  1830 187065/5339 Goncourt J de 1830 1870
65/5339 Goncourt  J  de  1830 187065/5339 Goncourt J de 1830 1870
65/5339 Goncourt, J. de (1830-1870). Eaux-fortes de Jules de Goncourt. Paris, Librairie de l'Art/ Chalres Delagrave, 1876, series of 20 etchings, various sizes, all w. the address of M.F. LIENARD, loose as issued, together w. the orig. textbook ((6),XVIII,19,(4)p., engr. title-p.), printed in 200 numb. copies, in 19th cent. hcl. portfolio, folio.

- Occas. trifle foxed. Portfolio sl. worn along edges.

€ (120-150)