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66/5736 Flowers  Lot of ±95 handcol engr plates 66/5736 Flowers Lot of ±95 handcol engr plates
66/5736 [Flowers]. Lot of ±95 handcol. engr. plates, 29,5x23 cm., mostly from vol. VII of J. KOPS, Flora Batava (1836).

- All fine.

€ (70-90) 200
66/5737 [Flowers]. Lot of 99 engr. plates, by J. SOWERBY and F. SANSOM, between 19x19 and 42x23,5 cm., from W. CURTIS, Flora Londinensis, 1777-1798.

- All fine. Only a few plates handcoloured.

€ (200-300)
66 5738 Fokke S  1712 1784 66 5738 Fokke S 1712 1784
66/5738 Fokke, S. (1712-1784). De Hollandsche harddraaverij om de Gouden Zweep aan het Schouw van Duivenvoorde, gemeenlijk genaamd het "Haagsche Schouw". Etching after P.C. LA FARGUE, 1778, 19,9x41 cm., tipped under passepartout.

= PROOF before letters. Publ. in J. LE FRANCQ VAN BERKHEY, Natuurlijke Historie van Holland (Amst., 1778).

€ (300-500) 350
66 5739 Frisius S W  ±1580 1629 66 5739 Frisius S W ±1580 1629
66/5739 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 in the 1st state (of 2), before the numbers. Hollstein 148 w. unidentified collector's stamp on verso (Lugt 4323). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXII.

€ (300-400)
66 5740 Fritzsch C F  ±1719 1774 66 5740 Fritzsch C F ±1719 1774
66/5740 Fritzsch, C.F. (±1719-1774). (The four seasons). Four engravings, each 14x8,5 cm. - AND 3 handcol. etchings after D. TENIERS by GOUMAT and J.P. LE BAS (2x).
€ (80-100)
66/5741 Fruits  Cerasus Cerisier 66/5741 Fruits Cerasus Cerisier
66/5741 Fruits  Cerasus Cerisier 66/5741 Fruits Cerasus Cerisier
66/5741 Fruits  Cerasus Cerisier 66/5741 Fruits Cerasus Cerisier
66/5741 [Fruits]. "Cerasus. Cerisier." Handcol. stipple-engraving by C. LEMAIRE after P.J. REDOUTÉ, 30x22,5 cm., "T.5. No.19" from H.-L. DUHAMEL DE MONCEAU, Traité des Arbres et Arbustes (±1810, 2nd ed.).

- A few foxed specks.

AND 12 handcol. aquatints from Horticultural Transactions (±1830), i.a. "The Musch-Musch Apricot", "Averrhoa Carambola", "The Pitmaston Orange Nectarine", "The Verdelho Grape", "The Elton Pear" and "Psidium Cattleianum".

€ (80-100) 100
66/5742 [Fruits]. Lot of 31 handcol. engravings, ±25x20 cm., from DUHAMEL DE MONCEAU, Traité des arbres fruitiers, 1768.

= Nice lot.

€ (100-150) 350
66 5743 Fürst P  1608 1666  publ  66 5743 Fürst P 1608 1666 publ
66 5743 Fürst P  1608 1666  publ  66 5743 Fürst P 1608 1666 publ
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66 5743 Fürst P  1608 1666  publ  66 5743 Fürst P 1608 1666 publ
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66 5743 Fürst P  1608 1666  publ  66 5743 Fürst P 1608 1666 publ
66/5743 Fürst, P. (1608-1666) (publ.). "S. Matthaeus." "S. Marcus." "S. Lucas." "S. Iohannes." Four engravings of the Evangelists, each ±25,5x19 cm., each titled below the image, the first w. "P. Fürst Excud." engr. in the image. - AND 36 others, mainly landscape engravings by I.J. SADELER, A. SADELER and R. SADELER I (occas. mounted/ yellowed/ sl. wormholed).
€ (200-300) 1400
66 5744 Fyt J  1611 1661 66 5744 Fyt J 1611 1661
66/5744 Fyt, J. (1611-1661). (Two dogs). Etching, 16,6x22 cm.

- Fine impression. = Hollstein 11 (unrecorded state w. signature reading: "Iş.Fyt 6 1642").

AND 5 others, partly sl. yellowed (1x dam.), i.a. A. WATERLOO, The pierced rock (etching from the series of 4 Landscapes. Hollstein 3, 2nd state (of 4)).

€ (100-150) 130
66 5745 Galle C  1576 1650 66 5745 Galle C 1576 1650
66/5745 Galle, C. (1576-1650). Indi baccarum conchas fundo in maris imo (...)." Engraving after J. STRADANUS, from the series Venationes Ferarum, Avium, Piscium, ±1596, 19,7x26,2 cm., w. the address of Th. Galle, numb. "26" in lower right corner.

- Remargined. = New Hollstein Dutch 491.

€ (80-100) 80
66 5746 Galle J  1600 1676 66 5746 Galle J 1600 1676
66 5746 Galle J  1600 1676 66 5746 Galle J 1600 1676
66/5746 Galle, J. (1600-1676). (Adoration of the Magi). Engraving, 11,7x8,1 cm., "Ioan Galle ex." in the plate in the image and "Venerunt Magi ex oriente adorare Iesum." below the image.

- Trimmed to the borderline/ caption. = Not in Hollstein.

Schut, C. (1597-1655). Holy family with S. John. Oval etching, 13x11,8 cm.

- Trimmed to the borderline and remargined.

= Hollstein 84, unknown state (the possible addresses in removed margins).

€ (100-150) 100
66 5747 Galle P  1537 1612 66 5747 Galle P 1537 1612
66 5747 Galle P  1537 1612 66 5747 Galle P 1537 1612
66 5747 Galle P  1537 1612 66 5747 Galle P 1537 1612
66 5747 Galle P  1537 1612 66 5747 Galle P 1537 1612
66 5747 Galle P  1537 1612 66 5747 Galle P 1537 1612
66 5747 Galle P  1537 1612 66 5747 Galle P 1537 1612
66 5747 Galle P  1537 1612 66 5747 Galle P 1537 1612
66 5747 Galle P  1537 1612 66 5747 Galle P 1537 1612
66 5747 Galle P  1537 1612 66 5747 Galle P 1537 1612
66 5747 Galle P  1537 1612 66 5747 Galle P 1537 1612
66 5747 Galle P  1537 1612 66 5747 Galle P 1537 1612
66 5747 Galle P  1537 1612 66 5747 Galle P 1537 1612
66 5747 Galle P  1537 1612 66 5747 Galle P 1537 1612
66/5747 Galle, P. (1537-1612). The four ages. Series of four circular engravings after G. COGNET (or COIGNET), w. letterpress text in three languages and in 2 columns below (Latin, French and Dutch), each 32x24,9 cm. (incl. text), each print titled and with address in the lower margin of the plate, first plate dated "1573" in image, the plates numb. "1"-"4" in the image and "I"-"IIII" in letterpress between the two text columns below, bound in contemp. gilt and panelled vellum w. a (sl. later) small painted nun on frontcover and w. giltlettered in two uppermost compartments "19.A."/ "A.D. IM.", a.e.g. folio.

- Lower blank margin sl. fingersoiled and sl. foxed; otherwise fine and w. broad margins.

= Hollstein 378-381, first state of four. Very rare complete series; the prints titled "Aureum Saeculum", "Argenteum Saeculum", "Aeneum Saeculum" and "Ferreum Saeculum". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXII.

BOUND WITH 49 other engravings: Cort, C. (±1533-1578). The Virtues. Eight engravings after F. FLORIS I, each 28,1x18,4 cm., each w. engr. caption below image, w. engr. title in image and "H. Cock excu. [or: excudebat]" "F. Floris inventor [or: FF. inve]" engr. in lower margin of image.

- All w. very vague horizontal fold; otherwise very fine and with broad margins.

= Hollstein 138-145 (only state); Hollstein (F. Floris) 85-92.

Idem. Pastoral Nymphs and Goddesses. Eight numbered engravings, each 26,7x19,2 cm., each w. engr. caption below image, w. engr. name of the goddess/ nymph in image, and "FFloris inventor" and number "1"-"8" in lower margin of image, w. "FF" (3x)/ "FF H. Cock excude 1564"/ "FF. H. Cock excudebat 1564" (2x)/ "FFloris inventor H. Cock excu. 1564"/ "FFloris inve. H. Cock ex." in lower margin of image.

- All w. very vague horizontal fold; otherwise very fine and w. broad margins.

= Hollstein 158-165, all first state (of 3 or 4); Hollstein (F. Floris) 102-109.

Furnius, P.J. named Dufour, P. (±1545-±1626). The Seven Vices and the Seven Virtues. Seven engravings, each 25,5x19,6 cm., each w. engr. 2-column caption below image and "Petr. Furnius inve. et fe" in image.

- All w. very vague horizontal fold; otherwise very fine and w. broad margins.

= Hollstein 24-30.

(Firens, P. (1597-±1639)). (Melchizedek offering Abram wine and bread)./ (Abram arming his servants). Two double-p. engravings with etching, both 27,5x39,8 cm., both w. engr. caption below image (fine).

Weerdt, A. de (±1510-±1590). Scenes from the Life of Christ. Eight (of 13?) numbered engravings from the series Scenes from the Life of Christ, each 25,9x19,8 cm., each w. engr. caption below image and w. engr. "Adriã de Weert bruxll inve". and numbers "1"-"8" in image.

- Fine.

= Hollstein 1-8, first state (of 2/ 4).

Cort, C. (±1533-1578). Mary Magdalene Repentant in the Wilderness. Engraving after TITIAN, 20,1x14,8 cm., w. 2-line engr. text below image and engr. "Titianus Inventor" in the image.

- Fine. = Hollstein 132, copy a.

Anonymous (16th cent.). "Hebt Vrede ende God des vreden ende der liefden sal bi u sine". Engraving by ?, 22x17,3 cm., w. Dutch and Latin caption below image.

= Not traced.

Wierix, J. (1549-±1618). (Coronation of the Virgin). Engraving, 26,3x18,8 cm., w. monogram "IH.W" engr. in lower left corner.

= Not traced in Hollstein, Wierix.

Cort, C. (±1553-1578). The Coronation of the Virgin. Engraving, 20,6x16,8 cm., w. engr. caption below image and engr. "1563" and "G. Mostart Inventor" in lower margin of image.

- Fine. = Hollstein 98; Hollstein (Mostaert) 3.

Idem. The Last Supper. Engraving after G. MUZIANO, 26,5x20,6 cm., w. engr. "1571" in lower left corner of image.

- Sl. fingersoiled in lower right blank margin; sl. foxed in upper blank margin.

= Hollstein 56 (copy(?) in the same direction, variant not listed in Hollstein).

Idem. The Betrayal of Christ. Engraving after G. MUZIANO, 29,3x20,2 cm., w. engr. "roma" in lower right corner of image.

- Small foxed spot in lower blank section of the plate; outer lower left corner restored (closed tear extending into blank section of image) and tear along rubbed lower right corner.

= Hollstein 58 (copy(?) in reverse, variant not listed in Hollstein).

Idem. Christ on the Cross. Engraving after G. CLOVIO, 32,9x22,8 cm., w. engr. caption (three times two lines) below image.

- A few foxed spots in lower margin of image; foxed in lower right blank margin, just extending into caption; central 2 lines of caption w. small grey printing ink stain (printing flaw).

= Hollstein 63 (copy in the same direction, variant not listed in Hollstein).

Idem. The Flight into Egypt. Engraving after ?, 27,5x19,6 cm., w. 2-line engr. caption below image.

- Fine. = Hollstein 37/ 38 copy d.

Lombart, L. (1505-1566) (after). The Death of Christ. Engraving within richly engr. allegorical borders, 24,8x19,1 cm., w. engr. "1563", "Lambert Lombardus inven", "H. Cock ex". in central image, and engr. 4-line caption below image in allegorical border and 1-line caption above image in allegorical border.

- Small translucent glue stain in image; some foxed spots in image and blank margins.

= Hollstein (Cock), 470.

Anonymous (16th cent.). (Mary offering her breast to Christ who offers his wound). Engraving within dec. borders, 24x18,1 cm., engr. caption in two 2-line columns below image.

- Trifle yellowed; vague horizontal crease.

Monogrammist "ISD". The Virgin in the Glory, Crowned by Angels. Engraving within engr. simple dec. borders, 24,7x19,3 cm., w. engr. caption below image and w. engr. monogram in image in lower corner.

= Hollstein XIII (Monogrammists) 74.

Anonymous (16th cent.). (Christ as Salvator Mundi in a shrine). (The virgin mother of Immanuel in a shrine). Two engravings, both within simple decorated borders, both 25,3x18,5 cm., both with engr. caption in image on base of pillars and on tympanum.

- Both sl. yellowed; first engr. sl. weak impression.

Anonymous (17th cent.). (The Assumption of the Virgin). (Christ on the Cross). (The Ascension). Three mounted engravings, each 27,5x18,5 cm.

- Lower blank margin of some of the prints in the volume sl. fingersoiled and/ or sl. foxed. Vellum stained and warped; lacks ties.

= Remarkable and very rare collection of (series of) engravings, in a contemporary binding which (however deteriorated over time) suggests a possibly important provenance.

€ (7.000-9.000) 10000
66 5748 Gavarni P  1804 1866 66 5748 Gavarni P 1804 1866
66 5748 Gavarni P  1804 1866 66 5748 Gavarni P 1804 1866
66/5748 Gavarni, P. (1804-1866). Lot of 3 contemp. handcol. and gommé lithographs, all 19,5x15,3 cm., all with caption and heading on the stone and the address of Aubert et Cie.

= AB 253, the 3rd state (of 3); AB 574, the 3rd state (of 3) and AB 846 (first and only state).

€ (100-150)
66 5749 Gheyn II J de 1565 1629 66 5749 Gheyn II J de 1565 1629
66/5749 Gheyn II, J. de (1565-1629). Pikeman. Engraving after H. GOLTZIUS from the series of 12 Officers and Soldiers, 21,5x15,5 cm., engr. caption below image, numb. "9", with the address of A. Londerseel.

- Good impression, trimmed just outside the platemark; w. sm. annot. in lower right corner.

= New Hollstein 184, copy a: "Engravings in same direction, same size and with the same text of the complete set, published by Assuerus Londerseel, before 1595."

€ (250-350) 250
66 5750 Gheyn II J de 1565 1629 66 5750 Gheyn II J de 1565 1629
66/5750 Gheyn II, J. de (1565-1629). Sergeant. Engraving after H. GOLTZIUS, from the series of 12 Officers and Soldiers, 21,5x15,5 cm., engr. caption below image, numb. "8", with the address of A. Londerseel.

- Good impression, trimmed just outside the platemark; two sm. professionally repaired tears in the middle of the right and lower margins; greyish area in the caption below image; w. sm. annot. in lower right corner.

= New Hollstein 183, copy a: "Engravings in same direction, same size and with the same text of the complete set, published by Assuerus Londerseel, before 1595."

€ (250-350) 250
66 5751 Goltzius H  1558 1617 66 5751 Goltzius H 1558 1617
66/5751 Goltzius, H. (1558-1617). The circumcision. Engraving from the series of 6 prints of The birth and early life of Christ, 47,2x35,1 cm., w. "1594 HG" and "4" engr. in the image and a 4-line Latin caption and "C. Schoneus" engr. below the image.

- Scratched spot at the centre of the chandelier; tiny wormhole in left part; partly sl. dustsoiled.

= Strauss 322; New Hollstein 11, 2nd state (of 2). With a watermark partly showing a crown, three rings and large cartouche. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXII.

€ (300-500) 650
66 5752 Goltzius H  1558 1617 66 5752 Goltzius H 1558 1617
66/5752 Goltzius, H. (1558-1617). The great Hercules or 'Knollenman'. Engraving, 53,6x39,8, on thick 18th cent.(?) laid paper, w. "HGoltzius Inuent. et sculpt. Ao1589" and "Civisscher excu." engr. in the plate and a 6-line Latin caption in 3 columns below the image.

- A few printing flaws in the lower part; trifle yellowed.

= Strauss 283; New Hollstein 156; 2nd state of 2. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXIII.

€ (800-1.000) 8000
66 5753 Goltzius H  1558 1617  after 66 5753 Goltzius H 1558 1617 after
66 5753 Goltzius H  1558 1617  after 66 5753 Goltzius H 1558 1617 after
66 5753 Goltzius H  1558 1617  after 66 5753 Goltzius H 1558 1617 after
66/5753 Goltzius, H. (1558-1617) (after). Five engravings, from the series of Nine muses, each 25x17 cm., numb. "5"-"9" in the plate near lower edge, published by P. FIRENS (4x) and P. MARRIETTE (1x), all w. a 4-line Latin caption engr. below the image.

- Occas. sl. soiled; all cut on/ to the borderline.

= Hollstein 133-137; all but one 17th cent. copies. Four w. unidentified collector's stamp on verso/ recto.

AND 2 copies of no.5 of the series above (both numb. "5").

€ (100-150) 250
66 5754 Goltzius H  1558 1617  after 66 5754 Goltzius H 1558 1617 after
66/5754 Goltzius, H. (1558-1617) (after). (Metamorphoses). Eleven engravings from the series of Ovid's Metamorphoses (52 plates in 2 sets), each ±18x25 cm., numb. "4", "5", "6", "11", "12", "14", "16", "17" (2x different set), "18" or "20" in lower left corner, all w. engr. 4-line Latin caption below the image.

- Good impressions w. (sm.) margins; no.12 w. two restored tears affecting the image; occas. yellowed/ sl. stained/ trifle frayed along extremities/ corners mounted.

= New Hollstein (after Goltzius) 535, 536, 542, 543, 548, 549, 551, 557, 565, 567 and 568; all first states (of 2) by an anonymous engraver.

€ (300-500) 325
66 5755 Goya y Lucientes F J de 1746 1828 66 5755 Goya y Lucientes F J de 1746 1828
66/5755 Goya y Lucientes, F.J. de (1746-1828). "D. Baltasar Carlos Principe de España. Hijo del Rey D. Felipe IV." Etching w. drypoint after D. VELAZQUEZ, 35x22,3 cm.

- On paper w. watermark "A.R." Trifle foxed in blank margins, a few vague specks in image.

= Impressive equestrian children's portrait. Harris 9, 4th and final ed. of the 3rd state, issued ±1920s in an extremely small number ("A few sets were made perhaps for the centenary of Goya's death in 1928"); Delteil 10. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXIII.

€ (150-250) 300