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66/5656 [Birds]. "Tringa ochropus" (green sandpiper/ witgat). Contemp. handcol. engraving, 36,5x23 cm., from C. NOZEMAN, M. HOUTTUYN and J.C. SEPP, Nederlandsche Vogelen (Amst., 1770-1829), framed. - AND 3 others: "Le petit Tamatia à plastron noir", "Le Tamatia, à gorge rousse" and "Le Barbacou à croupion blanc" (all colour etching and engravings after BARRABAND, all finished in handcolouring, from F. LEVAILLANT, Histoire naturelle des oiseaux de paradis et des rolliers, ±1805. All sl. foxed).
€ (150-250) 180
66/5657 Birds  Lot of 15 polychrome collotype plates of hawks falcons a honey buzzard and an osprey 66/5657 Birds Lot of 15 polychrome collotype plates of hawks falcons a honey buzzard and an osprey
66/5657 Birds  Lot of 15 polychrome collotype plates of hawks falcons a honey buzzard and an osprey 66/5657 Birds Lot of 15 polychrome collotype plates of hawks falcons a honey buzzard and an osprey
66/5657 [Birds]. Lot of 15 polychrome collotype plates of hawks, falcons, a honey buzzard and an osprey, all from M., W. and F. VON WRIGHT, Svenska Fåglar (±1925) (all fine).
€ (80-100) 80
66 5658 Bloemaert A  1564 1651  after 66 5658 Bloemaert A 1564 1651 after
66 5658 Bloemaert A  1564 1651  after 66 5658 Bloemaert A 1564 1651 after
66 5658 Bloemaert A  1564 1651  after 66 5658 Bloemaert A 1564 1651 after
66 5658 Bloemaert A  1564 1651  after 66 5658 Bloemaert A 1564 1651 after
66 5658 Bloemaert A  1564 1651  after 66 5658 Bloemaert A 1564 1651 after
66/5658 Bloemaert, A. (1564-1651) (after). (Two dogs and a man, a rabbit hidden under a tree behind pumpkin leaves). Engraving by F. BLOEMAERT, 10x15 cm., "1", "A.Bloemaert Inven:", "Fre:Bloem. fe." and "N: Visscher exc." in the plate below the image.

- Fine copy on 18th cent. paper.

= Hollstein 88-93? With the collector's stamp of Richard Jung (1911-1986) on verso.

AND 4 others after the same, all on 18th cent. paper, all w. Jung's collector's stamp, 3x showing sheds with figures (2x monogrammed "AB" and numb. "9"/ "10". Hollstein 324-333?) and 1x showing a young shepherdess pointing out a flying bird to an old man ("Abrahamus Bloemaert inven: F.B. filius fecit et excudit" and "1" in the plate. Mounted on paper. Hollstein 334-348?). - AND 2 etchings by F.E. WEIROTTER showing landscapes with travellers.

€ (120-150) 150
66 5659 Bloemaert F  ±1610 ±1669 66 5659 Bloemaert F ±1610 ±1669
66/5659 Bloemaert, F. (±1610-±1669). (Pastoral scenes). Three etchings after A. BLOEMAERT, each ±16x20,5 cm., numb. "2" and "8" in the plate.

- Trimmed to the borderline; a few brown specks; one etching lower margin chipped.

€ (100-150) 100
66/5660 Boissieu, J.J. de (1736-1810). Lot of 21 various etchings and engravings, various sizes, incl. num. portraits, partly on chine collé.

- Partly sl. foxed and w. (sm.) defects.

€ (150-250) 150
66 5661 Bolswert B A  1580 1633 66 5661 Bolswert B A 1580 1633
66/5661 Bolswert, B.A. (1580-1633). A village, ladder standing against house on the left. Etching from The set of the landscapes with farmhouses (20 plates) after A. BLOEMAERT, 1614, 15x23,8 cm., numb. "11" in the plate.

- Good contemp. impression on paper with unidentified pot watermark, good margins. Trifle foxed; professionally doubled w. thin Japanese.

= Hollstein 348, only state.

€ (80-100) 100
66 5662 Bolswert S A  ±1586 1659 66 5662 Bolswert S A ±1586 1659
66 5662 Bolswert S A  ±1586 1659 66 5662 Bolswert S A ±1586 1659
66 5662 Bolswert S A  ±1586 1659 66 5662 Bolswert S A ±1586 1659
66/5662 Bolswert, S.A. (±1586-1659). "Si fessas sol vrat oves". Engraving after P.P. RUBENS, 31,5x43,2 cm., "Pet.Paul Rubens pinxit" and "Gaspar Huberti excudit Antverpiae" engr. below the image, mounted on board along margins.

- Rather grey impression; cut on the platemark; a few marginal tiny scratched spots on the surface.

= Hollstein 308, 3rd state (of 5): copy in reverse.

AND 23 others, i.a. by/ after H. GOLTZIUS, R. DE HOOGHE and J. VAN DE VELDE I (partly on 19th cent./ modern paper).

€ (100-150) 1100
66 5663 Bosch A van den 1763 1838 66 5663 Bosch A van den 1763 1838
66 5663 Bosch A van den 1763 1838 66 5663 Bosch A van den 1763 1838
66/5663 Bosch, A. van den (1763-1838). (Interior of a farmhouse). Etching, 19x21,8 cm. - AND 15 others, i.a. 3 other etchings by the same and 10 prints by E.W. BAGELAAR.
€ (50-70) 110
66 5664 Bosselman 19th cent  66 5664 Bosselman 19th cent
66/5664 Bosselman (19th cent.). "L'amour et la sagesse". Handcol. stipple-engraving, printed in black, blue and red, engr. caption below, framed.

- Dustsoiled.

= Bosselman is also known as miniaturist. Showing Cupid with a small statue of Athena.

€ (50-70)
66 5665 Brebiette P  1598 ±1650 66 5665 Brebiette P 1598 ±1650
66/5665 Brebiette, P. (1598-±1650). (Bacchanal with nymphs, satyrs and putti). Etching, 6,8x24,3 cm., signed and monogrammed in the image, "F.L.D. Il Ciartres excudit", privilege and numb. "6" in the plate below the image.

- Small and vague stain in left part of image; very vaguely waterstained in right ±quarter of image; traces of tipping-on on verso.

= One of a series of 12 friezes showing i.a. nymphs and putti playing games with goats.

€ (50-70) 50
66 5666 Brebiette P  1598 ±1650 66 5666 Brebiette P 1598 ±1650
66 5666 Brebiette P  1598 ±1650 66 5666 Brebiette P 1598 ±1650
66 5666 Brebiette P  1598 ±1650 66 5666 Brebiette P 1598 ±1650
66/5666 Brebiette, P. (1598-±1650). (Friezes showing bacchanalia). Four etchings (and 1 duplicate) from a series of 12, each ±6,5x25 cm., w. "P. Brebiette fecit" and "F.L.D. Ciartres excudit Cum Privilegio" (2x) engr. in the plate.

- Occas. frayed/ yellowed/ sl. soiled/ tipped onto mount.

AND 4 similar etchings by the same.

€ (250-350)
66 5667 Brebiette P  1598 ±1650 66 5667 Brebiette P 1598 ±1650
66/5667 Brebiette, P. (1598-±1650). (The Madonna with the child Jesus seated on a throne between Saint George, Saint Justina of Padua and a kneeling Benedictine monk). Etching after P. VERONESE, ±19x25 cm., "P. Brebiette Sculsit [sic] [...?]" and "P. Veronese in." in the plate.

- Trimmed to/ just within the borderline; portion of upper left corner and very small portion of upper right corner expertly restored.

= Le Blanc 9 (La S. Vierge assise dans un trône ...).

€ (200-300)
66 5668 Breen Claes or Gilles van act ±1586 1602 66 5668 Breen Claes or Gilles van act ±1586 1602
66/5668 Breen, Claes or Gilles van (act. ±1586-1602). Pilatus washing his hands. Copperengraving after IL TINTORETTO, ±1600, 28,1x20,7 cm. (image), "Jacobus Tintoret pinxit Venetis Nicolaus Braeu Sculp." in the plate, w. two 2-line Latin captions below, w. address of J. Matham.

- Cut on the platemark; two brown spots near right and left margin; fingersoiled along edges; paper remnants on verso from former mount.

= Rare. Hollstein 10, the 1st and only state. In the lower left corner appears to be a collector's mark (?), AS or IS? Van Breen was probably a pupil of H. Goltzius or J. Matham.

€ (150-250) 170
66 5669 Breenbergh B  1599 1659 66 5669 Breenbergh B 1599 1659
66/5669 Breenbergh, B. (1599-1659). The ruinous house. Etching from the series The Roman Ruins, 9,8x6,6 cm.

- Good, contemp. impression, trimmed just outside the platemark; sl. fingersoiled; two (very) vague horizontal former folds; glue stains in corners on verso from former tipping in shining through; pencil annotations on verso.

= Hollstein 4, 1st state (of 2). Six collector's stamps on verso (one shining through on recto): Lugt 1606, L. 1109, L. 2529, L. 2732, L. 3725 and L. 4218.

€ (250-350) 250
66 5670 Bril P  1554 1626  after 66 5670 Bril P 1554 1626 after
66 5670 Bril P  1554 1626  after 66 5670 Bril P 1554 1626 after
66 5670 Bril P  1554 1626  after 66 5670 Bril P 1554 1626 after
66/5670 Bril, P. (1554-1626) (after). A craftsman in a ruin. Etching from the series of 30 Italian landscapes, 23,6x31,5 cm., "P.Bril. inventor. Nieulant fecit" engr. in lower left corner in the plate, with the address of A. BONENFANT, tipped onto mount.

- Trimmed on the platemark; brown spot in the centre and close to the left edge of the image.

= Hollstein 18-47.

AND 2 small etchings by TH. WYCK and E. LINNIG.

€ (100-150)
66 5671 Bruegel P the Elder ±1525 1569  after 66 5671 Bruegel P the Elder ±1525 1569 after
66/5671 Bruegel, P. the Elder (±1525-1569) (after). Anger (Ira). Engraving by P. VAN DER HEYDEN, from the series of The Seven Deadly Sins, 22,2x29,6 cm., w. engr. "P. Brueghel inventor", monogram "PAME", "Ira" and "H. Cock excude cum gratia et privilegio 1558" in the image, w. engr. caption in Latin and Dutch below image.

- Fine copy. Laid down on board; sm. foxed spot in lower margin just touching caption.

= New Hollstein (Brueghel) 21; Hollstein III (after Brueghel) 125; Hollstein IV (Cock) 236; Hollstein IX (Van der Heyden) 30-36. SEE ILLUSTRATION ON TITLEPAGE

€ (1.800-2.000) 4750
66 5672 Bruegel P the Elder ±1525 1569  after 66 5672 Bruegel P the Elder ±1525 1569 after
66/5672 Bruegel, P. the Elder (±1525-1569) (after). Avarice (Avaritia). Engraving by P. VAN DER HEYDEN, from the series of The Seven Deadly Sins, 22,3x29,4 cm., w. engr. "P. Brueghel inventor", "Cock excud. cum privileg. 1558", monogram "PAME", "Avaritia" in the image, w. engr. caption in Latin and Dutch below image.

- Seven sm. foxed spots, one with sm. hole; flattened fold (practically invisible on recto). Otherwise fine, w. 3 broad margins (upper margin trimmed to the plate mark).

= New Hollstein (Brueghel) 24; Hollstein III (after Brueghel) 128; Hollstein IV (Cock) 238; Hollstein IX (Van der Heyden) 30-36. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CVIII.

€ (1.500-2.000) 2200
66 5673 Bruegel P the Elder ±1525 1569  after 66 5673 Bruegel P the Elder ±1525 1569 after
66/5673 Bruegel, P. the Elder (±1525-1569) (after). The Battle of the Money Bags and the Strong Boxes. Engraving by P. VAN DER HEYDEN, 23,4x30,3 cm., w. engr. monogram "PAME", "Aux quatre Vents." and "P. Bruegel Invent" in the image, w. engr. caption in Latin and Dutch below image.

- Small hole and small dam. spot in upper margin; trimmed to/ just inside the borderline; sl. evenly yellowed; vaguely visible flattened fold.

= New Hollstein 33, second state (of 3); Hollstein III (Bruegel) 146; Hollstein IV (Cock) 252; Hollstein IX (Van der Heyden) 53; Lebeer 54: "Zelfs indien men, zoals zo vaak, geneigd zou zijn in deze compositie allusies te vinden op bepaalde politieke, sociale of economische toestanden in Bruegels tijd, blijft ook deze inventie van Bruegel geïnspireerd door een werkelijkheid die overal te constateren valt en eeuwig actueel blijft: de harde strijd van de kleine spaarder (de spaarpotten) tegen de financiële machten (de brandkasten)." SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CVIII.

€ (1.000-1.500) 4000
66 5674 Bruegel P the Elder ±1525 1569  after 66 5674 Bruegel P the Elder ±1525 1569 after
66/5674 Bruegel, P. the Elder (±1525-1569) (after). Fortitude (Fortitudo). Engraving by P. GALLE, from the series of The Seven Virtues, 22,2x28,9 cm., w. engr. "Cock exc", "Fortitudo" and "Bruegel inventor" in the image, w. engr. caption in Latin below image.

- A few sm. and vague foxed spots; flattened fold (only visible on verso). Fine copy.

= New Hollstein 18, first state (of 2); New Hollstein (Galle, part II) 314. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CIX.

€ (1.800-2.000) 3000
66 5675 Bruegel P the Elder ±1525 1569  after 66 5675 Bruegel P the Elder ±1525 1569 after
66/5675 Bruegel, P. the Elder (±1525-1569) (after). Sloth (Desidia). Engraving by P. VAN DER HEYDEN, from the series of The Seven Deadly Sins, 22,5x29,3 cm., w. engr. "Brueghel inventor", "Desidia", monogram "PAME" and "Cock excud. cum privileg. 1558" in the image, w. engr. caption in Latin and Dutch below image.

- A few sl. foxed spots. Otherwise a fine copy w. broad margins.

= New Hollstein (Brueghel) 22; Hollstein III (after Brueghel) 126; Hollstein IV (Cock) 237; Hollstein IX (Van der Heyden) 30-36. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CIX.

€ (1.800-2.000) 4250