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66 5716 Dujardin K  1622 1678 66 5716 Dujardin K 1622 1678
66/5716 Dujardin, K. (1622-1678). (The complete graphic works). Lot of 52 (fold.) etchings, various sizes, bound together in antique style hcalf w. richly gilt spine.

- Seventeenth/ eighteenth cent. impressions on laid paper, all w. good margins. Partly (water)stained/ foxed in blank margins; all prints sl. yellowed; 5 prints stained in image; 17 prints restored in margin (5 touching image, nr. 31 and 34 heavily restored).

= The complete set of the works by Dujardin. All 1st, 2nd or 3rd state, all w. the numbers: Hollstein 1-52. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CX.

€ (800-1.000) 1300
66 5717 Dujardin K  1622 1678 66 5717 Dujardin K 1622 1678
66/5717 Dujardin, K. (1622-1678). The country woman and the sumpter crossing a brook. Etching, 16,5x20 cm., signed "K. Du Jardin fec." and numb. "27" in the plate.

- Trife foxed. = Hollstein 27, 2nd state (of 2).

AND 1 other.

€ (50-70) 70
66/5718 CANCELLED
€ (100-150)
66 5719 Dürer A  1471 1528 66 5719 Dürer A 1471 1528
66/5719 Dürer, A. (1471-1528). Cardinal Albrecht of Brandenburg. (The Great Cardinal). Engraving, 17,5x12,7 cm., monogrammed "AD" in the plate, and dated "MDXXIII" in top margin.

- Sl. weak impression; thin mounting strip along verso of top margin.

= Strauss 97; Schoch/ Mende/ Scherbaum 97; Meder 101. State appears to be Schoch/ Mende/ Scherbaum 1e, but on paper with early 17th cent. watermark of Meder 185 (Horn, in shield with B and C). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXI.

€ (400-600) 550
66 5720 Dürer A  1471 1528 66 5720 Dürer A 1471 1528
66/5720 Dürer, A. (1471-1528). Die Heimsuchung. Woodcut from the Marienleben, 29,7x21 cm., monogrammed in the plate.

- Good, contemporary impression on paper with watermark "IM" visible. Cut to the borderline; all corners torn, repaired w. sections from a later reprint (visible on verso); sm. brown spot in lower part on the left side; crease in upper left corner and lower part of print; very vaguely waterstained in lower left corner.

= Bartsch, 84; Meder and Hollstein, 196, probably state e(?) (of g); Schoch/ Mende/ Scherbaum, 174. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXI.

€ (2.500-3.000)
66 5721 Earlom R  1743 1822 66 5721 Earlom R 1743 1822
66/5721 Earlom, R. (1743-1822). Lot of 11 landscapes after C. LE LORRAIN, all etching and mezzotint, all printed in sepia, ±20,6x26 cm., w. address etc. engr. below image, from C. LE LORRAIN, Liber Varitatis, London, J. Boydell, 1776.

- Upper outer corners sm. section of paper mounting tape.

€ (150-250) 190
66 5722 Eimmart G C  1638 1704 66 5722 Eimmart G C 1638 1704
66/5722 Eimmart, G.C. (1638-1704). (Selfportrait). Etching, 28,5x22 cm., the buste of the artist carried by two putti, surrounded by mythological figures, "G.C. Eimmart del. et sc." and "D. Neuberger inv." engr. below image. Idem. (Two mythological scenes). Two etchings, 28,5x18 and 29x23,2cm., both "G.C. Eimmart del. et sc." and "D. Neuberger inv." in the plate below image.

- All prints together mounted onto stiff paper large folio leaf w. stamped numbering. All sl. foxed; partly w. thread margins; some sm. repaired spots in blank margins.

= Nagler IV, p.292f: "Eimarts eigenes Bildnis, 8." and "Sechs Blätter mit mythologischen Szenen (...) nach reichen Basreliefs in Wachs, von dem berühmten Neuberger gefertigt, gut radierter Blätter in fol." From the collection of Fürsten von Liechtenstein.

€ (100-150) 100
66 5723 Erotica  Anonymous 19th cent  66 5723 Erotica Anonymous 19th cent
66/5723 [Erotica]. Anonymous (19th cent.). "Le Dante et Béatrix". Lithograph, ±1850, 24,8x20,2 cm. (image).

- Trimmed just outside the image; lacks portion of lower right corner, just touching the image; hole in right edge near upper right corner; tipped onto modern paper.

Anonymous (first half 19th cent.). (A lady straddling a gentleman in his study). Lithograph, ±1830, 17x13 cm.

- Mounted; vague stain in left margin and centre; nude part of the lady filled in with aquarel paint.

AND 5 others, i.a. 2 sm. engr. scenes of female balancing acts.

€ (60-80)
66 5724 Everdingen A van 1832 1912 66 5724 Everdingen A van 1832 1912
66/5724 Everdingen, A. van (1832-1912). (Dutch landscape with a lake and a mill). Brush-etching, 8,5x20 cm. - AND 2 other etchings on chine collé and an invitation for "Schilder- & Teekenkundig Genootschap Kunstliefde te Utrecht" by the same. - AND 1 drawing and 4 etchings by G. EMAUS DE MICAULT (1789-1863).
€ (100-150) 140
66 5725 Fashion and costume  Amman J  1539 1591 66 5725 Fashion and costume Amman J 1539 1591
66 5725 Fashion and costume  Amman J  1539 1591 66 5725 Fashion and costume Amman J 1539 1591
66 5725 Fashion and costume  Amman J  1539 1591 66 5725 Fashion and costume Amman J 1539 1591
66/5725 [Fashion and costume]. Amman, J. (1539-1591). "Mulier Iuvenis Brabantica." "Honesta Mulier Brabantica." Two contemp. handcol. woodcuts by J. AMMAN, both ±23,5x17 cm., on 2 textlvs. from H. WEIGEL, Habitus praecipuorum populorum (...). Trachtenbuch (...) (1577).

- The second w. repaired tears (i.a. due to brittleness of handcol. paper).

Hollar, W. (1607-1677). "Mulier Generosa Brabantica." Engraving, 9x6 cm., "W. Hollar 1643", "Gentle:woman of Brabant" and "29" in the plate. "Donzella di Brabantia." "Donna di Brabantia." "Gentildonna di Brabantia." "Nobile di Anversa." Four full-p. woodcut book-ills. within woodcut border, each ±15x9,5 cm., from C. VECELLIO, De gli habiti antichi, et moderni di diuerse parti del mondo libri due (1590) (trifle spotted). - AND 3 others, i.a. a nice late 16th cent. engraving showing five costume figures, mainly of Brabant (i.a. "Virginis Brabantae habitus ac vestitus novus", the print numb. "16". Laid down) and a leaf from J. KÖBEL, Wapen deß Heiligen Römischen Reichs Teutscher nation (±1580), showing in woodcut the standard bearers of "Brabandt" and "Nider Sachssen" (recto/ verso).

€ (80-100) 90
66/5726 [Fashion and costume]. "Habit of a Gentlewoman of Brabant, in 1640. Dame Brabançonne." Engraving, supplied in 2 copies (contemp. handcol. and uncol.), ±16x20 (platemark), numb. "149", from A Collection of the Dresses of different Nations, Ancient and Modern (London, Th. Jefferys, 1757).

- The handcol. print trifle spotted; the other partly trimmed just within the platemark.

AND ±45 other Brabant costume plates, 18th-early 20th cent., various techniques and sizes, many (hand)col., incl. some duplicates, i.a. "Paysanne de Brabant Brabantsche Boerinne" and "Matelot de Brabant Brabantsche Schipper" (2 sm. engrs. by B. PICART, the man smoking. The first w. sm. dam. spot), "Femme du Brabant" and "Homme du Brabant" (2 handcol. engrs. from Costumes civils actuels de tous les peuples connus, 1788. The man smoking), "Geluk Deerske! gaude ook op den Bosch?" (handcol. engr. by L. PORTMAN, publ. E. Maaskamp, 1805), 7 handcol. tinted lithogrs. from BING & BRAET VON ÜBERFELDT (incl. 2x "Meijerij van S' Bosch" in luxurious full handcol.) and 5 picture postcards, all ±1905 (all used).

= Nice lot.

€ (100-150) 100
66 5727 Fashion and costume  Sallieth M de 1749 1791 66 5727 Fashion and costume Sallieth M de 1749 1791
66 5727 Fashion and costume  Sallieth M de 1749 1791 66 5727 Fashion and costume Sallieth M de 1749 1791
66/5727 [Fashion and costume]. Sallieth, M. de (1749-1791). Lot of 13 stipple-engravings and 1 aquatint, after J. PERKOIS and J.H. PRINS, incl. 2 duplicates, from Verzameling van verschillende gekleede mans- en vrouwen-standen, ter oefening van jonge schilders en liefhebbers, ±1820 (fine). - AND ±50 others, mainly 19th cent., all fashion and costume prints, almost all handcol., from various works (i.a. Journal des Demoiselles/ Dames and Histoire de la Mode).
€ (80-100)
66/5728 Fashion and costume  Lot of 12 handcol engravings and lithographs 66/5728 Fashion and costume Lot of 12 handcol engravings and lithographs
66/5728 [Fashion and costume]. Lot of 12 handcol. engravings and lithographs, mostly from French (and Belgian?) periodicals, ±1860, i.a. Le Journal des Dames et Demoiselles and l'Élégant, and 2 lithographs showing people in traditional costume of Austria (Tirol and Vorarlberg) and Germany (Würtemberg).
€ (40-60) 40
66 5729 Filloeul P  1696 1754 66 5729 Filloeul P 1696 1754
66/5729 Filloeul, P. (1696-1754). "Le Chateau de carte". Etching after J.S. CHARDIN, 25x30,2 cm., w. "Chardin pinx.", "Filloeul Sculp.", titled and a 9-line French caption engr. below the image in the plate.

- Broad margins. = With a watermark showing a dovecote, cf. Heawood 1232.

€ (60-80) 500
66 5730 Fireworks  Afbeelding van 't Vuurwerk afgestooken in 's Gravenhage den 13 Juny 1749 ter occasie van den Aakensche vreede 66 5730 Fireworks Afbeelding van 't Vuurwerk afgestooken in 's Gravenhage den 13 Juny 1749 ter occasie van den Aakensche vreede
66/5730 [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. - 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. (2 copies). - 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 vaguely waterstained in top margin.

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

ADDED 1 other: "Zinnebeeldige Kunstprent op de waare vaderland-liefde" (engr. by M. DE SALLIETH after H. LAPIS, w. 6 columns w. extensive verse below image. Waterstained in top margin. F.M. 5112a).

€ (100-150) 150
66/5731 Fireworks  Afbeelding van 't Vuurwerk afgestooken in 's Gravenhage den 13 Juny 1749 ter occasie van den Aakensche vreede 66/5731 Fireworks Afbeelding van 't Vuurwerk afgestooken in 's Gravenhage den 13 Juny 1749 ter occasie van den Aakensche vreede
66/5731 [Fireworks]. "Afbeelding van 't Vuurwerk, afgestooken in 's Gravenhage, den 13 Juny 1749, ter occasie van den Aakensche vreede." Large engraving 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.

€ (150-250) 190
66 5732 Flowers  The Double Sweet Scented Chinese Paeony 66 5732 Flowers The Double Sweet Scented Chinese Paeony
66 5732 Flowers  The Double Sweet Scented Chinese Paeony 66 5732 Flowers The Double Sweet Scented Chinese Paeony
66/5732 [Flowers]. "The Double Sweet Scented Chinese Paeony." Handcol. aquatint, 35x21 cm., from Horticultural Transactions, ±1830 (horizontal middle fold). - AND 6 others from the same work, i.a. "Hybrid Amaryllis Regina-vittata" (a few folds), "The Early Crimson Chrysanthemum" (tipped under passepartout), "Achimenes longiflora" and "Benthamia fragifera".
€ (50-70) 60
66/5733 Flowers  Maiorana fructicosa et cespitosa  66/5733 Flowers Maiorana fructicosa et cespitosa
66/5733 Flowers  Maiorana fructicosa et cespitosa  66/5733 Flowers Maiorana fructicosa et cespitosa
66/5733 [Flowers]. "Maiorana fructicosa, et cespitosa (...)." Handcol. engraving, engr. captions below, 36x22 cm., "Tab. 11" from "T. III" of G. BONELLI, Hortus Romanus juxta systems Tournefortianum paulo (Rome, ±1780) (trifle spotted). - AND 5 others from the same work, i.a. "Cannabinastrum", "Maiorana tenui folia" and "Verbascum foliis viridibus perenne".
€ (70-90) 80
66 5734 Flowers  Passe II C van de ±1597 ±1670 66 5734 Flowers Passe II C van de ±1597 ±1670
66/5734 [Flowers]. Passe II, C. van de (±1597-±1670). Lot of 11 engravings, all in fine contemp. handcolouring, from Hortus floridus, all 14x20,5 cm., unif. framed.

= Three prints of tulips (nos. 26-28), narcissus (no. 25), lily (no. 25), marigolds (nos. 5 and 6), sunflower (no.3), cyclamen (no. 13), prune/ jagged pinks (no. 48) and sugar cane (no. 4). Hollstein 171. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXI.

€ (1.500-2.500) 1500
66/5735 [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).

€ (150-250) 150