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65/5300 Doussyan  A   1740 1817   after65/5300 Doussyan A 1740 1817 after
65/5300 Doussyan, A. (1740-1817) (after). "De Winter". "De Lente". "De Zomer". "De herfst". Four engr. calligraphic and allegorical prints by B. DE BAKKER (3x) and H.L. MEYLING, each 26,5x37 cm., (Amst.), C. Focking, 1790.

- "De Zomer" sl. foxed; "De Herfst" sl. duststained/ soiled.

= Rare complete series of the seasons. Decorative prints, each with differently calligraphed large title and 2 small circular views within various ornamental allegorical borders. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCIII.

€ (100-150) 100
65/5301 Duchoiselle  19th cent65/5301 Duchoiselle 19th cent
65/5301 Duchoiselle (19th cent.). (Moses showing a child a book with the Ten Commandments). Bronze statuette, screwed to brass socle, 32(h.)x24(w.)x17(d.) cm., weight 7,5 kg, inscribed "Duchoiselle".
€ (200-300)
65/5302 Dujardin  K   1622 167865/5302 Dujardin K 1622 1678
65/5302 Dujardin, K. (1622-1678). Boy playing a violin, with dogs (the savoyard). Etching, 16,5x11,8 cm.

- Sl. grey impression. on laid paper w. "C S" watermark.

= Hollstein 52, the 2nd state (of 2), with the number. De Jongh/ Luijten, Mirror of everyday life 68 (p.325-328, w. ill., also used as illustration on the dustwrapper): "(...) the most genre-like of Dujardin's fifty-two etchings. The majority are of landscapes and animals". With the collector's stamp of A.P. van den Briel on verso (b.1881) (Lugt 407a).

€ (100-150) 100
65/5303 Dürer  A   1471 152865/5303 Dürer A 1471 1528
65/5303 Dürer, A. (1471-1528). Young woman attacked by death. The Ravisher. Engraving, 11,4x10 cm.

- Damaged section in upper right margin w. closed tear and sm. hole in image; trimmed to/ just inside the border line; partly laid down in top half (no watermark visible); mounting tape in lower corners on verso (yellowed on recto). Sold w.a.f.

= Bartsch 92A ("Copie fort trompeuse"); cf. Schoch/ Mende/ Scherbaum 1; cf. Strauss 2; cf. Meder 42. One of the earliest engravings by Dürer. This is probably the copy that Bartsch describes. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCIII.

€ (200-300) 550
65/5304 Dusart  C   1660 170465/5304 Dusart C 1660 1704
65/5304 Dusart, C. (1660-1704). The famous shoemaker. De Vermaarde Schoenmaaker. Etching, 22,6x17,9 cm. (image), engr. caption "De Vermaarde Schoenmaaker" below.

- Sl. yellowed and some vague foxing; trimmed on/ within the platemark (with loss of address below); sm. dam. in lower left corner.

= Hollstein 14, the 4th and final state (Basan-edition).

€ (150-250) 150
65/5305 Dusart  C   1660 170465/5305 Dusart C 1660 1704
65/5305 Dusart  C   1660 170465/5305 Dusart C 1660 1704
65/5305 Dusart, C. (1660-1704). The violin-player seated in the inn. Etching, 27x24 cm., "Rusticus ex animo, non pullus Hijpocrita, gaudet" engr. below the image.

- Late/ modern impression on wove paper; sl. foxed in lower right corner.

= Hollstein 15, 3rd and final state.

AND 3 others: "T sa vrienden al te saem, maeckt uwe smook-schou ree (...)" (modern impression of an engraving by A. BROUWER), "Ioannes Breugel" (etched portrait by A. VAN DYCK. (Sl.) foxed) and "3 Characters. 4 Caricaturas" (engraving by W. HOGARTH showing many faces).

€ (50-70) 90
65/5306  Economics   Ter Nagedachtenis van het Wisselvallig wonder Jaar 1763 / Blyde Nagedachtenis over het Herleeven van Amstels Groot Credit  in het Wisselvallig Wonder Jaar Ao  176365/5306 Economics Ter Nagedachtenis van het Wisselvallig wonder Jaar 1763 / Blyde Nagedachtenis over het Herleeven van Amstels Groot Credit in het Wisselvallig Wonder Jaar Ao 1763
65/5306 [Economics]. "Ter Nagedachtenis van het Wisselvallig wonder Jaar 1763"./ "Blyde Nagedachtenis over het Herleeven van Amstels Groot Credit, in het Wisselvallig Wonder Jaar Ao. 1763". Two engravings, both with 2 columns of letterpress verses below, both ±42x27,5 cm., both Rott./ Leyden etc., Maronier en Vis/ Honcoop a.o., 1763.

- Second sm. rusthole in text; first print folded twice and sl. creased.

= Two prints concerning the numerous cases of bankruptcy in 1763. F.M. 4143.

ADDED: 2 others unrelated, i.a. F.M. 4011.

€ (50-70)
65/5307  Erotica   Anonymous  19th cent65/5307 Erotica Anonymous 19th cent
65/5307  Erotica   Anonymous  19th cent65/5307 Erotica Anonymous 19th cent
65/5307 [Erotica]. Anonymous (19th cent.). "Eh bien? êtes vous prèt". Lithograph, 14x17,7 cm. (image), ±1860. Anonymous (19th cent.). (Gentleman touching a woman intimately in a forest). Lithograph, 17x13 cm. (image). ±1860 (sl. foxed).- AND an erotic woodcut, ±1930 by HENNEQUIN-(?).
€ (50-70) 90
65 5308 Ertinger  F   1640 ±171065 5308 Ertinger F 1640 ±1710
65 5308 Ertinger  F   1640 ±171065 5308 Ertinger F 1640 ±1710
65/5308 Ertinger, F. (1640-±1710). (Mythological and biblical scenes). Lot of 16 etchings after R. LA FAGE, various sizes (between 18,5x31 and 50x70 cm.), 18th cent.

- Occas. sl. frayed and sl. duststained.

= Le Blanc 25-53, i.a. Bacchanalia (8 different prints incl. 2 prints w. 4 etched friezes each), the conversion of Saul, "Le Veau d'Or" (2 different prints), "Moyse frappe le Rocher" and "Le Martyre de St. Etienne". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCIV.

AND a portrait of Raymond la Fage by C. VERMEULEN (engraving w. caption below, 43x29,5 cm., from Divers Sujets tirez de l'Histoire de Toulouze).

€ (200-300) 210
65/5309  Fashion and costume   Anonymous  1st half 19th cent65/5309 Fashion and costume Anonymous 1st half 19th cent
65/5309 [Fashion and costume]. Anonymous (1st half 19th cent.). (Two watercolours of women in southern Italian local costume). Each 20x14,5 cm., one on paper with Whatman watermark "Turkey Mill 1831".

= Identifications in pencil "Capri" and "Procita".

AND two series of 48 handcol. steelengr. costume plates, both 19th cent., i.a. 37 handcol. steelengravings from MUSÉE COSMOPOLITE (all fine).

€ (120-150) 150
65/5310  Fashion and costume   Vernier  C   1831 188765/5310 Fashion and costume Vernier C 1831 1887
65/5310 [Fashion and costume]. Vernier, C. (1831-1887). Twelve handcol. lithographs, from Modes pour rire (7x) and La Crinolomanie (5x), each 21,5x25,5 cm.

- Occas. sl. dustsoiled in blank margins.

AND 4 others incl. 3 similar catchpenny prints on crinoline fashion, publ. by Gangel (2x) and Pellerin: "La Crinoline. Air (à la façon de Barbari)", "Heur et Malheur de la Crinoline" and "Le Règne de la Crinoline" (all folded once). - ADDED: 23 others, incl. two series of handcol. lithographs by H. MONNIER: "Récréations" (11x) and "Moeurs Parisiennes" (10x).

€ (100-150) 220
65/5311  Fashion and costume   Lot of ±20 handcol  steelengr  plates65/5311 Fashion and costume Lot of ±20 handcol steelengr plates
65/5311 [Fashion and costume]. Lot of ±20 handcol. steelengr. plates, all 19th cent., most between 30x22 and 27x37 cm., i.a. from Musée des modes and Le Journal des Enfants (a few plates cut sl. short and/ or yellowed/ foxed).
€ (50-70)
65/5312  Fashion and costume   Lot of ±45 handcol  lithographs and  steel engravings65/5312 Fashion and costume Lot of ±45 handcol lithographs and steel engravings
65/5312 [Fashion and costume]. Lot of ±45 handcol. lithographs and (steel)engravings, 19th cent., French and Belgian, between ±16x12 and 35x27 cm., mostly (all?) from periodicals, i.a. "Le Conseiller des Grâces", "Journal des Demoiselles", "La Saison" and "Le Moniteur de la Mode".

- Occas. (sl.) foxed/ yellowed and sl. brittle.

€ (50-70) 50
65/5313  Fireworks   Afbeelding van 't Vuurwerk  afgestooken in 's Gravenhage  den 13 Juny 1749  ter occasie van den Aakensche vreede65/5313 Fireworks Afbeelding van 't Vuurwerk afgestooken in 's Gravenhage den 13 Juny 1749 ter occasie van den Aakensche vreede
65/5313 [Fireworks]. "Afbeelding van 't Vuurwerk, afgestooken in 's Gravenhage, den 13 Juny 1749, ter occasie van den Aakensche vreede." Large engr. by J.C. PHILIPS after L.S. DE CREUZNACH, 38x44 cm., n.pl., A. de Groot & Fil., under passepartout. - WITH: "Platte Grond en Gezigt van het Pragtig Gebouw (..) Benevens de schikking van het Heerlyk Vuurwerk (...) Afgestooken den 13 Juny 1749." Engr. plan w. large cartouche by/after the same artists, 38x44 cm. - AND WITH: "Verklaaringe der Cyffers en Letters van't Pragtig Gebouw, dat ter occasie van d'Aakensche Vreede (...) Verligt en Geillumineerd is geweest (...)". Letterpress leaf, 39x46 cm.

- All leaves sl. duststained in margin(s). Otherwise fine.

= F.M. 3967 (without the expl. leaf); Lotz p.105 (ill.35).

AND 2 others similar, incl. a duplicate of the first print.

€ (250-350)
65/5314  Fish   Lot of 11  hand col  lithographs65/5314 Fish Lot of 11 hand col lithographs
65/5314 [Fish]. Lot of 11 (hand)col. lithographs, mostly 17x20 cm., from an unidentified 19th cent. work (mostly with contemp. manuscr. identification in French). - ADDED: 12 other (hand)col. engr. plates, mainly of insects and birds, 18th-19th cent.
€ (70-90) 100
65/5315  Flowers   Curtis  W65/5315 Flowers Curtis W
65/5315 [Flowers]. Curtis, W. (Flora Londinensis). Collection of 99 engr. plates by i.a. J. SOWERBY and SANSOM, between 19x19 and 42x23,5 cm., London, ±1775-1800.

- All fine. Only a few plates handcoloured. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCIII.

€ (400-600)
65/5316  Flowers   Ehret  G D   1710 177065/5316 Flowers Ehret G D 1710 1770
65/5316 [Flowers]. Ehret, G.D. (1710-1770). "Meadia". "Heliocarpus". "Pavia". "Lycium". "Bocconia". "Mespilus". Six handcol. engravings heightened w. gold in captions, each ±39,5x27,5 cm., all from C.J. TREW, Plantae Selectae, Nürnberg, 1750-1773.

- "Bocconia" trifle soiled. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCIV.

€ (250-350) 250
65/5317  Flowers   Redouté  P J   1759 1840   after65/5317 Flowers Redouté P J 1759 1840 after
65/5317 [Flowers]. Redouté, P.J. (1759-1840) (after). "Hortensia". Stipple engraving by J.M. LANGLOIS, printed in colours and finished by hand, 25x17 cm., w. engr. caption below image.

- Sl. foxed. = Probably from Choix des Plus Belles Fleurs.

AND 9 others, mostly, if not all, from the same work, mostly foxed, i.a.. "Pervenche", "Ixia à fleurs vertes", "Chèvre-feuille", "Anémone étoilée", "Muflier a grandes fleurs" and "Rosier Pompon". - ADDED: ±30 other col. lithographs of plants, trees and flowers, from various works, i.a. from H. VON WAWRA, Botanische Ergebnisse der Reise Seiner Majestät des Kaisers von Mexico Maximilian I. nach Brasilien (1859-60).

€ (300-500)
65/5318 [Flowers]. Spaendonck, C. van (1756-1840). "Narcisse et Oreille d'ours". Lithograph, 25x17 cm., with "Corneille van Spaendonck" and title lithogr. below the image, framed.

- Stain in left margin.

Anonymous (early 20th cent.). (Sketch of various flowers). Drawing, pencil and watercolour, 13x20 cm. (image), framed.

- With vague "signature" of G. van Spaendonck in lower right corner, but paper clearly 20th cent.

€ (80-100)
65/5319  Flowers   Tulipes panachés65/5319 Flowers Tulipes panachés
65/5319 [Flowers]. "Tulipes panachés". Handcol. 18th cent. engraving, 26,7x18,4 cm. (framing line), titled in the plate, "A" above and "2" below the image.
€ (50-70) 130