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66 5796 Kobell F  1740 1799 66 5796 Kobell F 1740 1799
66 5796 Kobell F  1740 1799 66 5796 Kobell F 1740 1799
66/5796 Kobell, F. (1740-1799). (People outside a city gate). Etching from a series of 16 city gates, 16,8x19 cm. (fine). - AND 3 others, i.a. S.A. BOLSWERT, (Village view with the Holy Family(?) in the foreground) (etching after A. BLOEMAERT, 19,2x25,8 cm., "A. Bloemaert Inue." and "4" in the plate).
€ (70-90) 120
66 5797 Küsell M  1626 ±1683 66 5797 Küsell M 1626 ±1683
66/5797 Küsell, M. (1626-±1683). Lot of 21 engravings after J.W. BAUR, all approx. 15,5x20 cm., all tipped onto mount.

- Good/ fine impressions on thin paper; occas. sl. creased/ gluestained in corner(s).

= Various series, mostly w. engr. number below image, i.a. biblical scenes (10x), scenes on the waterfront (7x) and a walking man in a mountainous landscape.

€ (100-150) 130
66 5798 Lairesse G de 1641 1711 66 5798 Lairesse G de 1641 1711
66 5798 Lairesse G de 1641 1711 66 5798 Lairesse G de 1641 1711
66/5798 Lairesse, G. de (1641-1711). The Queen of Sheba visiting Solomon. The Visitation. Two engravings on one leaf, both 15,5x13,3 cm., the 2nd signed in the image in the plate, both w. the address of N. Visscher, numb. "63"/ "64" in lower right corner, ±1700.

- Fine. = Hollstein 10 and 11, 5th state (of 6), published by G. Valck. With a watermark showing "VI".

AND 19 others by the same (4th/ 5th state (of 6)), i.a. Abraham and Hagar (Hollst. 13); Apollo and a muse, in the background the Cyclopes (Hollst. 22); Perseus liberating Andromeda (Hollst. 45); Two studies of heads (Hollst. 96) and Fighting Amazones (Hollst. 51).

€ (500-700)
66 5799 Laurens J  1825 1901 66 5799 Laurens J 1825 1901
66/5799 Laurens, J. (1825-1901). "Lac de Vann. (Kurdistan)". Lithograph, 26,8x37,5 cm., signed "J. Laurens" on the stone, titled and "Goupil et Compie. Editeurs. Londres. La Haye" in letterpress below the image, framed.
€ (40-60)
66 5800 Le Prince J B  1734 1781 66 5800 Le Prince J B 1734 1781
66 5800 Le Prince J B  1734 1781 66 5800 Le Prince J B 1734 1781
66 5800 Le Prince J B  1734 1781 66 5800 Le Prince J B 1734 1781
66/5800 Le Prince, J.-B. (1734-1781). "Le Cabaret de Moskou". Aquatint printed in sepia, 20,6x24,7 cm., signed "Le Prince 1769" in the plate.

= Le Prince was a specialist in this technique, imitating drawings in a style similar to that of Cornelis Ploos van Amstel. With the collector's stamp of Johann Nepomuk Seiler (1793-1876) (Lugt 3976) on verso.

AND 10 others by the same and from the same collection: 2 sl. smaller aquatints in sepia "La Nourrice" and "Les Nouvellistes", 2 small etchings "La Basse Cour" and "Le Colombier", and 6 very small, untitled landscape etchings (from one and the same series).

€ (150-250) 240
66 5801 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533 66 5801 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533
66/5801 Leyden, L. van (1489 or 1494-1533). The beggars. Engraving, 10,9x7,9 cm., monogrammed "L" in the plate.

- Rather grey impression; cut outside the borderline but inside the platemark.

= Hollstein 143, 2nd state (of 3). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXVIII.

€ (500-700) 500
66 5802 Lorch or Lorck M  1527 ±1595 66 5802 Lorch or Lorck M 1527 ±1595
66 5802 Lorch or Lorck M  1527 ±1595 66 5802 Lorch or Lorck M 1527 ±1595
66/5802 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.

€ (120-150) 140
66 5803 Lorrain C  1600 1682 66 5803 Lorrain C 1600 1682
66/5803 Lorrain, C. (1600-1682). Le Port de mer à la grosse tour (Harbour with a large tower). Etching, ±1641, 13,5x19,2 cm., tipped onto mount at upper corners.

- Trimmed on/ just within the platemark; on very thin laid paper; sl. browned in corners due to former tipping-on; tiny tear in upper left corner.

= Mannocci 39, 6th and final state.

€ (50-70) 100
66 5804 Luiken C  1672 1708 66 5804 Luiken C 1672 1708
66/5804 Luiken, C. (1672-1708). Jeu des Metamorphoses d'Ovide. uncut plano leaf w. 26 playing cards (each 8x5 cm), depicting scenes by Ovide, Metamorphoses. Amst., Pierre Mortier, 1705.

- Only one half of the 52 pieces cardgame.

= V. Eeghen./ v.d. Kellen nr. 406: "In het daarbij behoorende Advertissement & Instruction Pour le Jeu wordt gezegd, dat deze verandering gemaakt werd om toch vooral te voorkomen, dat aan gewoon kaartspelen zoude worden gedacht, daat dit spel bepaald voor leering bestemd was". "Boven beschreven kaartspel is zeer zeldzaam". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXVIII.

€ (200-300) 500
66 5805 Luiken J  1649 1712 66 5805 Luiken J 1649 1712
66 5805 Luiken J  1649 1712 66 5805 Luiken J 1649 1712
66/5805 Luiken, J. (1649-1712). Lot of 11 large engr. plates, from J.COVENS and C. MORTIER, Bijbel van Egisippus (Amst., 1729), all 50x60 cm. (leaf size), all w. engr. title below the image.

- Occas. stained/ frayed along extremities.

AND 2 engravings from A.A. CALMET, Het Algemeen groot historisch (...) naam- en woord-boek (Leyden, 1727).

€ (50-70) 60
66 5806 Luiken J  1649 1712 66 5806 Luiken J 1649 1712
66/5806 Luiken, J. (1649-1712). De mislukte aanslag des Hartogen van Anjou op Antwerpen in den jaare 1583. Etching, 1679, 25,7x33,3 cm., signed "Ian Luijken invenit et fecit" in the plate below image.

- Fine.

= Klaversma/ Hannema 271-274; Van Eeghen/ Van der Kellen 9. Plate from P. Bor, Oorsprongk (...) Nederlandsche Oorlogen (...).

AND 10 other (similar) etchings by the same, i.a. a later state of the print above. - ADDED: 9 others, incl. 6 portraits of i.a. the reverend Rudolph Jänisch (by G. LEHMAN, 1794) and C.J. van Noorden (by J. SNOEK, 1795. Proof).

€ (80-100)
66 5807 Marcus J E  1774 1826 66 5807 Marcus J E 1774 1826
66/5807 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.

- Lacks 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).

€ (150-250) 190
66 5808 Mariette J  1694 1774  publ  66 5808 Mariette J 1694 1774 publ
66/5808 Mariette, J. (1694-1774) (publ.). "Habit de Masque". Handcol. engraving 29,5x19 cm., titled and w. the address of Jean Mariette, Paris, in the plate below the image.

= Probably a copy in reverse of the print published by Jeremias Wolff ±1695, from a series of costume prints.

Renouard, P. (1845-1926). "Le charpentier en retraite". Drypoint, 17,5x17 cm., signed and titled in black crayon, under passepartout. - AND 1 etching by W. MOES.

€ (120-150)
66 5809 Martin J  1789 1854  after 66 5809 Martin J 1789 1854 after
66 5809 Martin J  1789 1854  after 66 5809 Martin J 1789 1854 after
66/5809 Martin, J. (1789-1854) (after). "Le Festin de Balthazar". "Josué arrètant le soleil". Two large etchings with aquatint by J.P.M. JAZET, both 49,2x75,5 cm., both in orig. unif. 19th cent. luxurious gilt frame.

- First print sl. browned and w. closed tear; second print waterstain and foxing in upper left corner. The frames w. some sm. damages. Not examined outside frame.

€ (200-400) 200
66/5810 Massard, J.-B.R. (1775-1843). "Bacchus". (Copper)engraving after BOUILLON, 36x26 cm., gilt and carved wooden frame. - AND a copperengraving "Apollon dit Adonis" by CHANTILLON, also in a gilt and carved wooden frame (foxed).
€ (100-150)
66 5811 Massys C  ±1508 after 1584 66 5811 Massys C ±1508 after 1584
66/5811 Massys, C. (±1508-after 1584). Tobit's wife with the goat. Etching from the History of Tobias, 7,4x9,4 cm., monogrammed in the plate.

- Rather grey impression; tape remnants and annotations in pencil on verso.

= Hollstein 30; collector's stamp of Friedrich August II von Sachsen (Lugt 971) on recto.

€ (200-300)
66 5812 Matham J  1571 1631 66 5812 Matham J 1571 1631
66/5812 Matham, J. (1571-1631). Aaron. Engraving from a small series of 3 prints showing Moses, his sister Myriam and his brother Aaron, 30,5x21,3 cm., "Aaron", KMandre Inven" and "I. Matham Sculp et excud" in the plate.

- On paper w. eagle watermark. Remnants/ traces of mounting on verso in corners; trimmed to the platemark; lower margin trimmed to/ just within the borderline.

= Hollstein 8, only state. With the collector's mark of Richard Jung on verso (Lugt 3791).

Galle, P. (1537-1612). Galathea. Engraving from a series of 18 Nymphs (title and 17 plates), 16,2x9,5 cm., engr. "Galathea" and numb. "3" below the image.

- Trimmed to the borderline and doubled w. laid paper; trifle foxed.

= Hollstein 433, 1st state (of 2): "According to the title page all engravings were engraved by Philips Galle after his own designs."

€ (150-250) 150
66 5813 Matham J  1571 1631 66 5813 Matham J 1571 1631
66/5813 Matham, J. (1571-1631). (Portrait of Abraham Bloemaert). Etching, tinted in yellow, 18x15,3 cm., w. "Abrahamus Bloemaert Pictor Goricomius Batavus Aetat XLIIII. 1611" in engr. circular border around the portrait.

- Ample margins; a few horizontal folds in centre. = Cf. New Hollstein 231. FMP 470.

€ (50-70) 50
66 5814 Matham J  1571 1631 66 5814 Matham J 1571 1631
66/5814 Matham, J. (1571-1631). Portrait of Maurice of Nassau, Prince of Orange. Engraving after M.J. VAN MIEREVELT, 22,6x16,1 cm., "Ia. Matham sculp." in plate, w. engr. 5-line Latin laudation in lower margin.

- Trifle foxed; sm. imperfection above right eye; sl. fingersoiled in lower right corner; remnants of blue paper on verso (not visible on recto).

= Hollstein 246, the only state. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXVIII.

€ (300-500)
66/5815 CANCELLED
€ (500-700)