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66/5582 Hier kan men op deez’ plaat zeer duidelijk bemerken Wat nut de Giro bank voor Neêrland uit moet werken 66/5582 Hier kan men op deez’ plaat zeer duidelijk bemerken Wat nut de Giro bank voor Neêrland uit moet werken
66/5582 "Hier kan men op deez plaat zeer duidelijk bemerken, Wat nut de Giro-bank voor Neêrland uit moet werken." Lithogr. catchpenny print w. 12 illustrations, each w. 2-line caption below, 43x36,5 cm., ±1880.

- Laid down; one ill. dam.; four ills. w. closed tears; old folds.

= Rare caricature on the newly established Dutch Giro-Bank, and its all too familiar over-optimistic promises of substantial revenues.

€ (40-60)
66/5583 Histoire de Barbe Bleue avec son portrait tirées des contes des fées 66/5583 Histoire de Barbe Bleue avec son portrait tirées des contes des fées
66/5583 "Histoire de Barbe-Bleue, avec son portrait, tirées des contes des fées." Handcol. woodcut w. surrounding letterpress text, 29,7x27 cm., n.pl., n.publ., n.d. (±1840).

- Tipped onto mount; a few dam. spots in surrounding text.

AND 8 others, all of devotional nature, i.a. "Abregé Historique et Chronologique des Années et des causes de la descente de la Chasse et des processions en l'honneur de la B.H. Se. Genevieve patroe de Paris" (handcol. engraving w. engr. caption above image and engr. legend below image, 18th cent. (browned; sl. dam. in lower blank margin; tipped onto mount) and "St. Luc évangeliste" (handcol. woodcut w. letterpress caption above and text below image, Metz, Dembour, ±1840).

€ (50-70)
66/5584 Hunting  Een proefstuk 66/5584 Hunting Een proefstuk
66/5584 [Hunting]. "Een proefstuk". Chromolithogr. catchpenny print w. 12 scenes, "no.357", n.pl., n.publ., n.d. (±1890).
€ (40-60)
66/5585 Hunting  Die Wilddiebe les Braconniers 66/5585 Hunting Die Wilddiebe les Braconniers
66/5585 [Hunting]. "Die Wilddiebe (les Braconniers)". Two handcol. lithographs, n.pl., n.publ., ±1850, each 22,6x26,1 cm., titled and w. "No. 501" and "No. 502" lithogr. below image (folded twice). - ADDED: 10 others, various subjects, all German, i.a. A drunkard smashing into a vegetable stall at a market (handcol. lithograph, Düsseldorf, Arnz & Co., ±1840. Folded twice) and "Ackerbau" (2 contemp. handcol. engr. views on 1 leaf, ibid., idem, ±1840. Sl. foxed and folded twice).
€ (70-90)
66/5586 Der junge Savoyarde le jeune Savoyard  66/5586 Der junge Savoyarde le jeune Savoyard
66/5586 "Der junge Savoyarde. le jeune Savoyard (...)." Handcol. lithogr. catchpenny print, "No.164", Wiesbaden, A. Scholz, ±1820 (his watermark).

- Folded; frayed along edges.

= Anton Scholz was one of three brothers, who took over the publishing business of father Joseph Scholz. In 1835 he left the company and the Wiesbaden branch was liquidated.

€ (60-80)
66/5587 'k Speel een viool van nieuw model 66/5587 'k Speel een viool van nieuw model
66/5587 "'k Speel een viool van nieuw model". Catchpenny print w. 24 stencil-col. scenes w. dwarfs (1x signed Lubeek), each w. 4 -line verse below, Turnhout, Beersmans, ±1890. - WITH 12 copies of the same print.

= KVCS, p.718 (Beersmans), no.90.

€ (50-70)
66/5588 De kleine diergaerde voor kinderen 66/5588 De kleine diergaerde voor kinderen
66/5588 "De kleine diergaerde voor kinderen". Catchpenny print w. 24 stencil-col. woodcuts, each w. caption below (together forming an alphabet), "n.75", Turnhout, Beersmans, ±1890. - WITH: 15 copies of the same print.

= KVCS, p.718, no.75.

€ (80-100)
66/5589 Lot of ±25 contemp. handcol. catchpenny prints, mainly 19th cent., woodcut and lithogr., Dutch and French captions, by i.a. J. de Lange (Deventer), Wed. Aldag (Amst.), D. Noothoven van Goor (Leyden), J. Schuitmaker (Purmerend) and A.W. Sythoff (Leyden).

- Almost all prints folded twice and w. tears along edges/ dam.

ADDED: "Het nieuw vermakelijk Ganzenspel". Woodut spiral track, ±39x33cm., surrounding letterpress rules in Dutch and French, n.pl., n.publ., n.d. (19th cent.) (laid down/ folded (dam.))

€ (50-70) 90
66/5590 Lot of ±50 catchpenny prints 66/5590 Lot of ±50 catchpenny prints
66/5590 Lot of ±50 catchpenny prints, ±1880-1920, various techniques, various publishers, mostly Dutch or French language.

= I.a. by Pellerin & Cie, G.N. Renner, Van Staden, Braun & Schneider (Münchener Bilderbogen). I.a. Jan de Wasscher, Gulliver, Jan Klaassen, Tyl Owlglass, Red Riding Hood, Luilekkerland.

€ (100-150) 160
66/5591 Loterie Militaire Loterie Française 66/5591 Loterie Militaire Loterie Française
66/5591 Loterie Militaire Loterie Française 66/5591 Loterie Militaire Loterie Française
66/5591 "Loterie Militaire. Loterie Française". Two stencil-col. lithogr. catchpenny prints, w. 72 and 100 ills., "93" and "134, Metz, P. Didion, ±1870-1880. "Het gebouw van Barmhartigheid, staande op de Nieuwe Keizersgracht, Amsterdam". Handcol. catchpenny print w. central woodcut, letterpress captions above and below, "N.175B", Turnhout, Brepols, ±1890.

- Repaired/ strengthened on folds.

AND 4 others.

€ (50-70)
66/5592 Markten Marchés 66/5592 Markten Marchés
66/5592 "Markten. Marchés". Catchpenny print w. 12 stencil-col. woodcuts, each w. 2-line verse in Dutch and French below, "n.53", Turnhout, Beersmans, ±1890. - WITH 5 copies of the same print.

- All with vague vertical central fold. = KVCS, p.717, no.53. Vendors selling mostly edible goods.

€ (50-70)
66/5593 Meijer's Prenten  Uit den kindertijd No 45 66/5593 Meijer's Prenten Uit den kindertijd No 45
66/5593 [Meijer's Prenten]. "Uit den kindertijd. No.45". Catchpenny print w. 6 col. lithogr. ills., Meijer, ±1880.

= I.a. a St. Nicolaas scene and "Savoyaard".

AND 1 other from the same series.

€ (50-70) 110
66/5594 Mejuffer Alida wiens zinnen Hoogmoedig spytig zyn in 't minnen Wordt fraai bedrogen daar zy Jan Den Schoorsteenveger krygt ten Man 66/5594 Mejuffer Alida wiens zinnen Hoogmoedig spytig zyn in 't minnen Wordt fraai bedrogen daar zy Jan Den Schoorsteenveger krygt ten Man
66/5594 "Mejuffer Alida, wiens zinnen Hoogmoedig, spytig zyn in 't minnen, Wordt fraai bedrogen, daar zy Jan Den Schoorsteenveger krygt ten Man". Thumb-col. woodcut catchpenny print with 16 ills. w. 4-line captions below, Sneek, F. Holtkamp, n.d. (±1830), numb. "No.176" in upper right corner.

- Folded twice; sl. creased and frayed. = KVCS p.794, no.176.

"Ziet hier, Kinders! op deze Prent, Den Pruisischen Adelaar ons bekent, En noch veel ander soort van menschen Zoo veel als ieder een kan wenschen". Thumb-col. woodcut catchpenny print w. 12 ills. w. 2-line captions below, Amst., Schalekamp, Van de Grampel en Bakker, n.d. (±1830), numb. "No.303" in upper right corner.

- Two vague old horizontal folds. Fine copy. = Cf. KVCS p.761, no.32 (Hendriksen).

AND 6 others, i.a. "Hoe 't somtijds in de wereld gaat, Vertoond u, kinderen deze plaat" (8 thumb-col. woodcut ills., Rott., T.J. Wijnhoven Hendriksen, ±1840) and "'t Vermaaklyk Tydveryf, zo noemt men alles, wat Dit Prentgestel vertoont, en in zyn soort bevat" (36 woodcut ills., Amst., heirs Wed. C. Stichter, n.d. (±1800)).

€ (150-250) 200
66/5595 Merkwaardige dieren Animaux remarquables 66/5595 Merkwaardige dieren Animaux remarquables
66/5595 Merkwaardige dieren Animaux remarquables 66/5595 Merkwaardige dieren Animaux remarquables
66/5595 "Merkwaardige dieren. Animaux remarquables". Catchpenny print w. 4 stencil-col. woodcuts, each w. 4-line verse below, "N.94", Turnhout, Beersmans, ±1890. - WITH: 2 copies of the same print. "Ziet, kindren lief, deez' trouwe hond, wacht zeker, tot zijn meester komt". Catchpenny print w. stencil-col. woodcut, w. 2-line verse in Dutch and French below, "N.60", ibid., idem, ±1890. - WITH 3 copies of the same print.

= KVCS, p.718, no.94 and 60.

€ (60-80) 60
66/5596 [Militaria]. "De eerste prent vertoont het stryden, waarbij paard en ruiter viel. De andere schetst het uur der vreugde, voor de trouwe heldenziel." Catchpenny print w. 2 thumbcol. (orange and yellow) woodcuts, both ±15x25,5 cm., w. 2-line letterpress verse in upper margin and both ills. w. two 4-line verses below, 41,5x33,5 cm. (leaf), Amst., De Erve H. Rijnders, ±1832.

- Folded several times, w. some small holes/ weak spots on folds; vague waterstains.

= On the Battle of Hasselt during the Ten Days' Campaign in 1831. KVCS p.812, without number, and p.512 (ill. and caption "Deze prent van Rynders biedt twee taferelen die het heldhaftige gedrag van Nederlandse militairen laten zien").

"Het Kruidmagazijn te Bergen op Zoom springt." Catchpenny print w. 16 thumbcol. woodcut ills., each w. letterpress caption above and 4-line verse below, numb. "N. 79" in upper right corner, 41x33,5 cm. (leaf), Amst., Mindermann en Comp., ±1835.

- Folded several times; sm. holes on folds.

= Shows the events during and shortly after the Belgian Revolution from the explosion of the powder house in Bergen op Zoom in 1831 to the sack of Brussels in 1834. KVCS p.778, De Lange 79.

AND 2 others, showing events (in Brabant) in the Eighty-Year War.

€ (70-90)
66/5597 Months of the year  Die 12 Monate Les 12 Mois 66/5597 Months of the year Die 12 Monate Les 12 Mois
66/5597 [Months of the year]. "Die 12 Monate. Les 12 Mois." Catchpenny print with 12 lithogr. ills., "no.42", published by Sch P. & V. H., ±1830.
€ (50-70) 50
66/5598 De Moord Raamsdonk 66/5598 De Moord Raamsdonk
66/5598 De Moord Raamsdonk 66/5598 De Moord Raamsdonk
66/5598 "De Moord Raamsdonk." Manuscript broadside consisting of 9 drawings in pen and brown/ black ink, the drawings ±7x7-18x13 cm., the leaf 60,5x45,5 cm., late 19th/ early 20th cent.

- Formerly folded in sixteen; repaired tear in centre.

= Referring to the fictional murder at Raamsdonk, featuring in various versions of a so-called 'murder song'. Murder songs were sung by tramps and street singers in the late 19th and first half of the 20th century. With two lvs. bearing the printed text of the song.

ADDED: a manuscript "offer-DICht pLegtIgLYk gesChonken, aen serVatIUs soMers pastor Van nazareth" (pen and brown, black, red and green ink, ±1820).

€ (30-50)
66/5599 Münchener Bilderbogen  Het neuzenland 66/5599 Münchener Bilderbogen Het neuzenland
66/5599 [Münchener Bilderbogen]. Het neuzenland. Catchpenny print with 4 handcol. woodengr. ills. by FRITZ STAUB (his monogram in upper ill.), Munich, Braun & Schneider, ±1900.

- Sl. foxed.

De Reus Hapschraai. Catchpenny print w. 6 woodengr. ills. by FRANZ VON POZZI, ibid., iidem, ±1900.

- Sl. frayed and soiled in margins.

AND 22 others from the same series, incl. duplicates, w. woodengr. ills. i.a. by W. BUSCH, partly stencil. col., all but one Dutch language, published by H. van der Moolen, Geldern or K. Braun and F. Schneider, Munich. - AND 10 others similar from the series Deutsche Bilderbogen, published by GUSTAV WEISE, Stuttg.

€ (70-90) 70
66/5600 New Year's Wishes  Kermis Wensch Aan alle Heeren Kooplieden Weegers in de Waag Waagdraagers en Sleepers Baaszen 1763 66/5600 New Year's Wishes Kermis Wensch Aan alle Heeren Kooplieden Weegers in de Waag Waagdraagers en Sleepers Baaszen 1763
66/5600 New Year's Wishes  Kermis Wensch Aan alle Heeren Kooplieden Weegers in de Waag Waagdraagers en Sleepers Baaszen 1763 66/5600 New Year's Wishes Kermis Wensch Aan alle Heeren Kooplieden Weegers in de Waag Waagdraagers en Sleepers Baaszen 1763
66/5600 [New Year's Wishes]. "Kermis Wensch, Aan alle Heeren, Kooplieden, Weegers in de Waag, Waagdraagers en Sleepers-Baaszen; 1763." Broadside w. handcol. woodcut ill. showing the Amsterdam weighing house, 17x19,5 cm., letterpress caption above and 2-3 column verse by Teunis Loots below, without address.

- Formerly folded in four and w. sm. tear/ hole on intersection of folds; (sl.) stained.

= Nice, early Kermis wish, the woodcut showing indeed "heeren"/ "kooplieden", "weegers", "Waagdraagers" and a "sleepers-baas" (and a street sweeper) at the old weighing house on the Dam. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CIII.

"Opkorters Kermis Wensch, Opgedragen aan alle Heeren Kooplieden, Burgers en Inwoonders der Stad Amsterdam, 1805." Broadside w. woodcut ill. by H. NUMAN, 17,3x18,2 cm., publisher's monogram "J.W." in woodcut border around image, "H Numan" in the image, letterpress caption and 2-column verse by W. Hilker and G. Vick ("de Opkorters van deeze Wyk") below, Amst., J. Wendel, 1805.

- (Sl.) browned. = 'Opkorters' were street sweepers.

€ (100-150) 130
66/5601 New Year's wishes  Nieuwejaars zegenwensch Aan alle Heeren Mevrouwen Burgers en Ingezeetenen van 's Gravenhage opgedragen door de Vullis Lieden Op de ingang van het Jaar  1795 66/5601 New Year's wishes Nieuwejaars zegenwensch Aan alle Heeren Mevrouwen Burgers en Ingezeetenen van 's Gravenhage opgedragen door de Vullis Lieden Op de ingang van het Jaar 1795
66/5601 [New Year's wishes]. "Nieuwejaars zegenwensch, Aan alle Heeren, Mevrouwen, Burgers en Ingezeetenen van 's Gravenhage, opgedragen door de Vullis-Lieden. Op de ingang van het Jaar (...) 1795". Broadside w. woodcut ills. (view and 3 heraldic ills.) in top half and letter press caption and wish in two columns in lower half, 42x28,5 cm., The Hague, Widow L. Rosmuller en Zoon, (1794).

- Frayed in blank margins; folded twice.

AND 3 Deventer New Year's wishes (19th cent., 1x waterstained).

€ (60-80) 70