5828 - 6139 PRINTS - DUTCH TOPOGRAPHY. MAPS, PLANS, VIEWS
- The 2nd map w. sm. tear at lower end of middle fold, just affecting image; trifle dampstained in blank margins.
- The 1st map. w. two (closed) tears in lower blank margin and w. tiny hole in centre on middle fold. The 2nd map fine.
- Sl. yellowed/ age-toned; sl. browned along middle fold
= Map with Eindhoven in the centre. Van der Krogt/ Koeman II, 3113:2. The very first edition of this map. See also the other editions in this auction.
- Trifle creased along middle fold. A fine copy.
= Van der Krogt/ Koeman II, 3113:2, variant a (with the blank coats of arms).
- Sl. yellowed/ age-toned; splits at blank ends of middle fold closed; sm. waterstain in upper blank margin.
= WITH the two strips with the municipal arms filled in. The cartouche of the coat of arms of Den Bosch with engr. "Insignia Civitate sub ditione". Van der Krogt/ Koeman II, 3113:2, variant b.
- Sl. browned along middle fold and w. a few sm. brown stains in image and blank margins.
= Van der Krogt/ Koeman II, 3113:2.
- (Sl.) age-toned. = Van der Krogt/ Koeman I, 3113:1.1.
- Copy cut up into 16 sections apparently to be mounted on linen, which was never done; now neatly mounted on a sheet of Japanese paper. Sl. yellowed/ age-toned.
= Rare map, originally published by Frederik de Wit, his address still present at the bottom.
- Formerly folded several times and w. restorations on folds (sm. closed holes/ tears, occas. w. minor ms. addition on recto); two remaining tears on folds in lower margin of image.
= Interesting map of Brabant and large part of (western) Belgium. The map "Brabantiae Ducatus cum adjacentibus provinciis" (±60x50 cm.) was used for this map, and a left part and a strip at the bottom were added. The title-cartouche in upper left corner of the large map has been pasted onto this part of the North Sea area. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXIV.
- The lower ends of the three former folds split, 2x sl. affecting printed area.
= Attractive map. Donkersloot-de Vrij 774: "anoniem in Amsterdam uitgegeven [tussen 1677-1702] door Nicolaas Visscher en vervolgens [na 1715] door Petrus Schenk Jr. (...) Als bijzonder topografisch detail vallen de vele eendekooien op, (20 in getal)".
- Sl. creased; vaguley waterst. along middle fold.
= Two large plans of Steenbergen and Lillo and 5 smaller plans of i.a. the fortifications of Ordam and Hoogerwerf.
"Tabula Bergarum ad Zomam Stenbergae et novorum ibi operum". Engr. map by F. VAN SCHOTEN, 22,5x54 cm., Amst., W. Blaeu, ±1650.
- Sharp central fold; large area waterst.
ADDED: "Nieuwe kaart van het eiland van Tholen, Nieuw Vosmaar en Philipland". Handcol. engr. map by W.T. HATTINGA, 30,5x39 cm., Amst., I. Tirion, 1753.
- Trifle foxed (mainly) in margins.
- Trifle yellowed and w. a few foxed specks.
AND 13 others of the area, 17th-18th cent., incl. 1 duplicate, i.a. "Steenbergen. Lillo. 't Fort van Ordam, bÿ Sevenbergen (...)" (seven engr. fortification plans on 1 sheet, (Amst., Janssonius, ±1660)), "Pugna ad Steenbergam anno 1583" (by J. CORREZE(?), ±1650), "Abriß der Statt Bergen op Zoom Sampt dem Spanischen Läger im Jahr 1622" (engr. bird's eye plan from MERIAN, ±1650. Supplied in duplicate), an untitled engr. map of the area by P. KAERIUS (46x38 cm., Amst., 1622), "Ter gedagtenisse van den Liefdadige Onderstand der Vereenigde Nederlandse Provincien, Bestaande in een Collecte (...)" (broadside w. engraving above 3 columns of letterpress text, Amst., G. Bos and C. Wilt, ±1750), "Berg-op-Zoom ses Attaques et ses Environs" (large engr. map, Paris, Le Rouge, 1748) and "Tweede Stuk der Beleegering van Bergen op Zoom, met de afbeeldinge der Franse Attaque op de Linie en Roversfort" (partly handcol. engr. plan above 2 columns of letterpress text, The Hague, D. Langeweg, ±1750).
- Expertly restored copy, backed w. cellulose paper and remargined and w. (extensive) neat manuscript addition of lost parts along middle fold (area of ±36x4 cm.) and along borderline. The restorations hardly visible. Modern colouring.
= Very rare and very decorative map, based on the map by Jodocus Hondius "Nova Brabantiae Ducatus Tabula", also offered in this auction. Hollstein 238, 1st state (of 2 listed states), w. the 1622 date. "Map engraved by Abraham Goos, borders etched in Visscher's workshop."
- Formerly folded several times, w. tiny holes on intersections of folds and 1x larger closed tear along fold; trimmed to the borderline; righthand border w. sm. area w. closed tears; sl. age-toned.
= Clearly based on Claas Jansz. Visscher's map, also offered in this auction (twice), newly engraved and w. some cartographic differences such as the Maas/ Meuse river running into the border at both ends and w. a small circular portrait of Spinola at bottom centre, where in the Visscher map a compass rose is found. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXV.
- (Sl.) yellowed; sm. closed tear in blank margin at lower end of middle fold.
= New Hollstein 239, 1st state (of IV), before the date (of 1635). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXVI.
- Neatly restored copy: doubled and partly remargined, closing some small tear and tiny holes in lower part of image; vague whitish area in image.
= New Hollstein 239, state II (of IV), with the date.
"Brabantiae Ducatus cum adjacentibus Provinciis". Partly handcol. engr. map w. cartouche, 57x49 cm., Augsb., M. Seutter, ±1750.
- Sl. yellowed along middle fold.
- Printed from a partly/ sl. worn copperplate on rather heavy laid paper. Restored (doubled) copy, middle fold neatly flattened and w. strengthened thin lines(/ sm. tears); compass rose at bottom centre w. some manuscript retouching; partly vaguely yellowed.
= Very rare and very decorative map, based on the map by Jodocus Hondius "Nova Brabantiae Ducatus Tabula", also offered in this auction. Hollstein 238, unrecorded (3rd?) state (the 2nd state dated 1642). "Map engraved by Abraham Goos, borders etched in Visscher's workshop."
- Sl. yellowed. = Rare.