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65/5380 Leyden  L  van  1489 or 1494 153365/5380 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533
65/5380 Leyden, L. van (1489 or 1494-1533). The surgeon. Engraving, 1524, 11,7x7,4 cm., monogrammed "L" in reverse and dated "1524".

- Trimmed on/ just within the platemark (lacking 1-2 mm in lower margin); doubled w. laid paper closing some scattered sm. holes/ damages (w. occas. minor ms. addition of lost image), and a tear in lower right corner; trifle yellowed/ a few very small stains.

= Hollstein/ Bartsch 156, state a (of 3): good impression without scratches.

€ (100-150) 600
65/5381 Lorch or Lorck  M   1527 ±159565/5381 Lorch or Lorck M 1527 ±1595
65/5381 Lorch or Lorck  M   1527 ±159565/5381 Lorch or Lorck M 1527 ±1595
65/5381 Lorch or Lorck, M. (1527-±1595). St. Sophien Kirch./ Die neue Mosque. Two woodcuts, each 18,5x26 cm., unif. framed.

- Both sl. yellowed. Not examined outside frames.

= From one of the four editions of Wolgerissene und Geschnittene Figuren zu Ross und Fuss sampt schönen Türckischen Gebäuden und allerhand was in der Türkey zu sehen (Hamburg, 1619-1646); the woodcuts were made for an ed. to be published in 1575, but this never appeared. Hollstein 59. SEE ILLUSTRATIONS PLATE XCVIII.

€ (500-700) 500
65/5382 Lorch or Lorck  M   1527 ±159565/5382 Lorch or Lorck M 1527 ±1595
65/5382 Lorch or Lorck  M   1527 ±159565/5382 Lorch or Lorck M 1527 ±1595
65/5382 Lorch or Lorck, M. (1527-±1595). "Die Türkische Weiber-Tracht." "Zelome Sultane". Two woodcuts, 19,5x14/ 23,7x14,8 cm., on 2 textleaves from Wohlgerissene und geschnittene Figuren zu Ross und Fuss (1575 or 17th cent. edition).

- The second leaf yellowed/ sl. browned and w. sm. stain on border of image. = Hollstein 59.

€ (200-300)
65 5383 Lorrain C  1600 168265 5383 Lorrain C 1600 1682
65/5383 Lorrain, C. (1600-1682). Le Naufrage. Etching, ±1638, 12,4x17,6 cm.

- Trimmed on or just inside the border line. = Mannocci 35, the 3th (3.C) state (of 5); Robert-Dumesnil 7.

€ (300-500) 300
65 5384 Lot of 8 engr plates w vignettes with putti65 5384 Lot of 8 engr plates w vignettes with putti
65 5384 Lot of 8 engr plates w vignettes with putti65 5384 Lot of 8 engr plates w vignettes with putti
65/5384 Lot of 8 engr. plates w. vignettes with putti, 18th cent., each 14,5x10 cm., each w. "C" below image, numb. "1" to "8", printed by Daumont.

- (Sl.) (finger)soiled.

AND 7 engravings from Bestiarum Quadrupedum Vivae Icones by C. VAN DE PASSE (late 19th cent. prints).

€ (40-60) 60
65/5385 Lot of 10 miscellanious prints, mostly engravings and mezzotints, 17th-18th cent., i.a. by H. SWANEVELT and I. DE MOUCHERON.
€ (50-70) 90
65/5386 Lot of 11 etchings and engravings65/5386 Lot of 11 etchings and engravings
65/5386 Lot of 11 etchings and engravings, all Dutch, 17th cent., i.a. by N. BERGHEM (3x), M. VAN DE PASSE (2x), A. SADELER, H. VAN SWANEVELT (3x) and D. TENIERS II (Men Playing Bowls. Hollstein 37. Cut-short, doubled and w. defects).
€ (80-100) 190
65/5387 Lot of ±45 lithographs65/5387 Lot of ±45 lithographs
65/5387 Lot of ±45 lithographs, all 23x27,5 cm., i.a. by G.F. Eilbracht, J.C. Elink Sterk, A. Girardot and C.C.A. Last, after L. Bakhuyzen, E. Koster, J. Plügger, Rembrandt, Raden Saleh, A. Schelfhout, P.J. Schotel, J. Steen and P.C. Vertin.

- Partly foxed; one print dam.

= All from the periodical Pantheon, tijdschrift ter verspreiding van nuttige kennis (±1855).

€ (100-150) 220
65/5388 Lot of ±50 woodcuts, various small sizes, all from Die Gantze Bibel (Zürich, C. Froschouer, 1536), i.a. after H. HOLBEIN, all under passepartout.
€ (80-100) 210
65/5389 Lüttmann  A   1830 188265/5389 Lüttmann A 1830 1882
65/5389 Lüttmann  A   1830 188265/5389 Lüttmann A 1830 1882
65/5389 Lüttmann, A. (1830-1882). "Schulexamen. L'Examen.-Examination." Lithograph on chine collé after F. HILLEMANN, 47x47 cm. (incl. captions below), Düsseldorf, Levy Elka, Bäumer & Co. (vormals Arnz & Co.), ±1880. "Both Puzzled." Etching and aquatint by W.H. SIMMONS after E. NICOL, 67,5x47 cm. (incl. captions below), London, H. Graves & Co., printed by R. Holdgate, 1869.

- Vague horizontal fold through middle; repaired tear in lower and left blank margin (left sl. affecting image).

= "But Sir, if wanst nought to be nothing, then twice nought must be somethin', for it's double what wanst nought is".

AND 2 nice large etchings with aquatint by P. LEGRAND after DROLLING showing homely scenes in lowly interiors (early 19th cent. Both w. stained margins, partly affecting image).

€ (70-90) 140
65/5390 Madou, J.-B. (1796-1877). "Un Bibliomane". Col. lithograph, ±1850, 29x21 cm., titled and caption "La Renaissance No.4" below image, framed. - AND 8 other (framed) prints, i.a. by J. LUYKEN and H. HESTER.
€ (60-80) 60
65/5391 Marcus, J.E. (1774-1826). Lot of 88 etchings, various sizes, signed and dated in the plate between December 1807 and July 1816.

- A few etchings waterst.

= "Vooral Jacob Ernst Marcus dient te worden vermeld. Van 1807 tot 1816 gaf hij elke maand een prent uit, totaal 105 stuks (...) Marcus plaatst geen Griekse goden en godinnen in zijn landschappen, maar mensen, zo uit het werkelijke leven van die tijd weggelopen" (Grafiek in de 19e eeuw, p.19).

€ (200-300) 200
65/5392 Marcus  J E   1774 182665/5392 Marcus J E 1774 1826
65/5392 Marcus, J.E. (1774-1826). "Het studie-prentwerk." Series of 104 (of 105) etchings, various sizes, signed and dated in the plate between December 1807 and Junij 1816, published by S. de Grebber, Amst., (1826), loose as issued, together w. the orig. textbook ((2),8p., engr. title) and the list of contents, in 19th cent. giltlettered portfolio, folio.

- Lacking 1 plate. Spine and corners portfolio dam./ worn.

= "Vooral Jacob Ernst Marcus dient te worden vermeld. Van 1807 tot 1816 gaf hij elke maand een prent uit, totaal 105 stuks (...) Marcus plaatst geen Griekse goden en godinnen in zijn landschappen, maar mensen, zo uit het werkelijke leven van die tijd weggelopen" (Grafiek in de 19e eeuw, p.19).

€ (300-500)
65 5393  Maritime history   Koophandel en Zeevaard65 5393 Maritime history Koophandel en Zeevaard
65/5393 [Maritime history]. "Koophandel en Zeevaard". Anonymous contemp. handcol. engraving, 48x35 cm., 1795.

- Trifle yellowed/ soiled.

= From a series of 15 showing the monuments ('illuminations') erected in Amsterdam on occasion of the "Alliantiefeest", the festivities celebrating the alliance with France. This print showing the monument celebrating Dutch maritime history erected on the Nieuwmarkt. F.M. 5408 ("deze serie is zeldzamer dan de vorige en volgende").

AND a smaller engraving showing the same monument, by J.G. SCHULTSZ, publ. by J.A. Swalm.

€ (70-90)
65/5394 Matham  T   1605/1606 167665/5394 Matham T 1605/1606 1676
65/5394 Matham, T. (1605/1606-1676). St. Bartholomew. Engraving after G. RENI, 41,5x29,5 cm., "F. de Wit sculpsit", on 18th cent. paper.

- Annot. in blue ballpoint on verso. = Hollstein 6, 2nd state of 2.

€ (70-90)
65/5395 Mauve  A   1838 188865/5395 Mauve A 1838 1888
65/5395 Mauve, A. (1838-1888). (Man behind a ploughing horse). Isography after a chalk drawing, heightened with black ink and white chalk, monogrammed in the plate, printed and published by Van Meurs, w. his blindst. in the print and on the passepartout, under passepartout. - SUPPLIED WITH: a duplicate copy (different passepartout).
€ (50-70)
65/5396 Merian the Elder  M   1593 165065/5396 Merian the Elder M 1593 1650
65/5396 Merian the Elder, M. (1593-1650). Landscape. Etching, 11,3x15,8 cm., "M. Merian invent:" in the plate, laid down on mount (some foxing).

- Trimmed on/ just inside the borderline. = Hollstein 291, the first state.

€ (50-70) 50
65/5397  Militaria   Bataille in Braband65/5397 Militaria Bataille in Braband
65/5397  Militaria   Bataille in Braband65/5397 Militaria Bataille in Braband
65/5397  Militaria   Bataille in Braband65/5397 Militaria Bataille in Braband
65/5397  Militaria   Bataille in Braband65/5397 Militaria Bataille in Braband
65/5397  Militaria   Bataille in Braband65/5397 Militaria Bataille in Braband
65/5397 [Militaria]. "Bataille in Braband". Engraving by J.A. FRIDERICH after A. DRENTWETT (border) and G.PH. RUGENDAS (view), elaborate ornamental border incorporating battle view and plan, 43x37 cm., Augsb., J. Wolff, ±1720.

- Yellowed along middle fold.

= From P. DECKER, Der Spanische Successions-Krieg. F.M. 3033 (23(?)).

AND 6 other engravings/ broadsides concerning the War of the Spanish Succession: "Sieg über die Galli-Spanier beij Saragossa. Anno 1710. den 20. Augusti" ((allegorical) engr. by J.J. KLEINSCHMIT after P. DECKER, Augsb., J. Wolff, ±1720. F.M. 3033 (49)), "Plan du Passage des Lignes de Brabant, Forcées le 18 Juillet 1705 (...)" (F.M. 3372a), "Plan de la situation ou la Bataille de Ramillis c'est donné (...) le 23 May 1706 (...)" (engr. plan w. cartouche and w. below battle view by J. VAN VIANEN. F.M. 3387a), "Veritable Plan de la Bataille Memorable de Ramellies (...)" (engr. plan w. below 4 columns letterpress text, Amst., P. Mortier, 1706. F.M. 3389), "Ter Eeuwiger Gedagtenis der Heerlyke Overwinningen door de Bondgenooten op de Wapenen van Vrankryk (...) 1706" (engr. w. below 3 columns letterpress text, Amst., J. Ratelband, 1706. F.M. 3407a) and "Balans van Oorlog en Vrede, t'Utrecht" (engr. by R. DE HOOGHE w. letterpress text below, ±1710. F.M. 3182Ab).

€ (150-250) 700
65/5398 [Militaria]. "Battle of Vittoria (...), when the Allied Army under the command of the Marquess of Wellington obtained a Glorious Victory (...)". Handcol. engraving by J. EDWARDS after J.A. ATKINSON, 22x42,4 cm. (image), from the Stationer's Almanack, 1814, framed. - AND 5 other related prints, all framed, incl. 2 portraits of the Duke of Wellington. - ADDED: 3 other framed prints, i.a. by GEORGE CRUIKSHANK, The Heroic conduct of the Highland Sentinel.
€ (100-150) 100
65/5399  Militaria   Heath  W   1794 184065/5399 Militaria Heath W 1794 1840
65/5399 [Militaria]. Heath, W. (1794-1840). The Centre of the British Army in action at the Battle of Waterloo, June 18th. 1815". Handcol. etching and aquatint by T. SUTHERLAND, 15,5x21,7 cm., London, J. Jenkins, 1815, framed. - AND 6 others similar by the same (probably from the same series), all but one unif. framed, all battles in the Napoleonic Wars: Battle of Bompal (1811), Battle of the Pyrenees (1813), Battle of Leipsic (1813), Sortie of Bayonne (1814); Battle of Toulouse (1814) and the Battle of Quatre Bras (1815).

= Nicely framed. All from The martial achievements of Great Britain and her allies : from 1799 to 1815 (London, 1814-1815).

€ (100-150) 100