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66 5776 Hollar W  1607 1677 66 5776 Hollar W 1607 1677
66 5776 Hollar W  1607 1677 66 5776 Hollar W 1607 1677
66/5776 Hollar, W. (1607-1677). Lot of 7 etchings from the series Theatrum Mulierum, each ±9x6 cm., each tipped onto mount.

- Two prints trimmed to the platemark (and 1x also to the lower borderline, eliminating Latin caption); all prints trifle/ sl. spotted (incl. some sm. pieces of tape etc. on verso shining through).

= Pennington/ Parthey 1811, 1815, 1819, 1827, 1832, 1880 and 1881, all 2nd/ 3rd final state or only state.

€ (250-350)
66 5777 Hollar W  1607 1677 66 5777 Hollar W 1607 1677
66/5777 Hollar, W. (1607-1677). (Two half-length portraits of fashionable ladies). Two circular portraits, 1x supplied in duplicate, both Ø ±9 cm., "Hollar fec: 1642" (between borderlines)/ "WHollar fec: 1646" in the plate.

- One print trimmed within the platemark (touching the circle's edge at one point); one print trifle yellowed.

= From a series of 37 (According to Pennington)/ two series of 23/ 13 (Hollstein) women's heads. Pennington 1908 (only state) and 1912 (2x; 1st and 4th (or 2nd?) state of 4); Hollstein 370 (only state) and 704 (1st and 4th (2nd?) state). The later state of P.1912 w. the collector's stamp of Jules Michelin (±1815-1870) on verso (Lugt 1490).

€ (150-250)
66 5778 Hollar W  1607 1677 66 5778 Hollar W 1607 1677
66/5778 Hollar, W. (1607-1677). Woman with wreath of oak leaves, after Schöngauer. Etching, 11,6x8,7 cm., w. engr. "Martin Schön inv:" in upper left corner and "WHollar fecit 1646" in upper right corner.

- Probably a late 18th/ early 19th cent. impression on wove paper, with "WHollar fecit 1646" partly worn away/ earsed in the plate.

= Pennington 1641, 3rd state of 5.

€ (50-70) 50
66/5779 Hooch, C. de (1590-1638) (attrib.). (Village view). Oval etching from a series of 6 Landscapes in Ovals, 6,2x7,9 cm.

- Trimmed to/ just inside the borderline and mounted on laid paper. Trifle foxed.

= Hollstein 27-32.

€ (100-150)
66 5780 Hooghe R de 1645 1708 66 5780 Hooghe R de 1645 1708
66/5780 Hooghe, R. de (1645-1708). "Arlequin Deodat, et Pamirge Hypochondriaques." Copperengraving, 33,8x38,5 cm., title and 4 lines of Dutch text below, with (fictitious) address "Gisling f. et exc. Genevae", ±1689, w. letterpress poem "De Duytse Doctor, en de vreemde Patienten" in 2 columns.

- Trifle foxed; outer blank margins yellowed (due to former framing).

= Landwehr, R. de H. the etcher p.213, I; F.M. 2754a. Interesting print showing the interior of a hospital in which the furious Deodat (= Louis XIV in full armour) tries to draw his sword, but is prevented by the figure of William III. Meanwhile a German doctor is examining the French King's urine. This central group is surrounded by several other figures, i.a. the sick Queen of England and the Prince of Wales (depicted as an infant). Splendid large etching in favour of William III and against Prince Charles, king Louis XIV and the Pope. With the often lacking poem.

€ (300-500) 325
66 5781 Hooghe R de 1645 1708 66 5781 Hooghe R de 1645 1708
66/5781 Hooghe, R. de (1645-1708). "Temple de Jerusalem". Etched view by R. DE HOOGHE w. engr. caption below, 20,2x36,5 cm. (image), published by J. Lindenbergh, 1720.

- Unobtrusive closed tear in right margin and part of the image; sl. soiled w. sm. stains in lower margin.

€ (60-80)
66 5782 Hoogkamer H W  1790 1864 66 5782 Hoogkamer H W 1790 1864
66/5782 Hoogkamer, H.W. (1790-1864). "Voorstelling der door-ijzing van eenige koopvaardij-schepen, door het groot Noord-Hollandsch Kanaal, nabij Purmerende op den 9 januarij 1830." Contemp. handcol. aquatint after J.H. KOEKKOEK, 47x57,5 cm., lithogr. caption etc. below the image, Purmerend, Broedelet and Rijkenberg, 1830, mounted on paper, under passepartout.

- Trimmed on the borderline; one repaired tear in lower right corner w. whitish offset; trifle foxed.

= Part of the 2015 exhibition "Echte Winters. Het winterlandschap in de negentiende eeuw" In Teyler's Museum (exhib. cat. p. 23). F.M. 6340. Splendid and rare large print, finely handcoloured. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXV.

€ (3.000-4.000)
66/5783 Horses and horsemanship  La Penelope née au Haras de S A R Monsgr Le Dauphin 66/5783 Horses and horsemanship La Penelope née au Haras de S A R Monsgr Le Dauphin
66/5783 Horses and horsemanship  La Penelope née au Haras de S A R Monsgr Le Dauphin 66/5783 Horses and horsemanship La Penelope née au Haras de S A R Monsgr Le Dauphin
66/5783 [Horses and horsemanship]. "La Penelope, née au Haras de S.A.R. Monsgr. Le Dauphin". Lithograph, 28x,2x34 cm., lithogr. caption below image, monogrammed and dated "RK 1884". Rugendas, G.P. (1666-1742) (after). (Two travelers with horses and a man leaning on a stick). Etching and stipple-engraving printed in brown by C. RUGENDAS, 13,5x15 cm., "G.P. Rugendas pinx. Li4.Decembre Anno 1696.in Augusta" and "Christiano Rugendas sculp.et excud. Aug. Vindel." engr. in the plate, on 18th cent. paper, tipped onto mount.

- Ample margins and partly sl. soiled on recto in margins and on verso.

€ (100-150)
66 5784 House of Orange  Aenkomst van S K Maj op Honslerdyk Intrede van zyn Majesteit door de zegeboog voor 't hof 66 5784 House of Orange Aenkomst van S K Maj op Honslerdyk Intrede van zyn Majesteit door de zegeboog voor 't hof
66/5784 [House of Orange]. "Aenkomst van S.K.Maj. op Honslerdyk". "Intrede van zyn Majesteit door de zegeboog voor 't hof". Two etchings by ROMEYN DE HOOGHE, both ±32,5x43,5 cm., from G. BIDLOO, Komste van Zyne Majesteit Willem III in 's Gravenhaage, 1691.

- Both sl. yellowed; the 2nd w. 2 sm. vertical tears in lower margin (penetrating the image).

= Landwehr p.79; F.M. 2827(4 and 6).

AND 1 other.

€ (60-80) 70
66/5785 House of Orange  Portret van Maurits in ovaal als op een schild met zeer vele arabesken en de namen van alle zijne overwinningen tot op den Slag v Nieuwpoort 66/5785 House of Orange Portret van Maurits in ovaal als op een schild met zeer vele arabesken en de namen van alle zijne overwinningen tot op den Slag v Nieuwpoort
66/5785 [House of Orange]. Portret van Maurits in ovaal, als op een schild, met zeer vele arabesken en de namen van alle zijne overwinningen tot op den Slag v. Nieuwpoort. Anonymous engraving, 45x35,7 cm., w. an engr. poem in Latin by F. DE GROOT in 4 elongated oval cartouches (one in each corner), ±1600.

- Doubled. (Very) fine copy.

= F.M. 1153; Van Someren 195; Hollstein 8 (under N. van Geilkercken). Rare, spectacular portrait. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXVIII.

€ (500-700) 500
66/5786 House of Orange  Wilhelm V Prinz Oranien u Fürst von Nassau Dietz  Frederica Sophia Wilhelmina Princes von Preussen 66/5786 House of Orange Wilhelm V Prinz Oranien u Fürst von Nassau Dietz Frederica Sophia Wilhelmina Princes von Preussen
66/5786 [House of Orange]. "Wilhelm V. Prinz. Oranien u. Fürst von Nassau Dietz" . "Frederica Sophia Wilhelmina. Princes von Preussen". Two handcol. engr. portraits, each 26,7x18,3 cm., engr. "HHHH" and "CCCCC" in upper right corner resp., Augsburg, M. Engelbrecht, ±1760.

= Pendant portraits of William V of Orange-Nassau (the last stadt-holder) and his wife on horseback.

€ (70-90) 100
66 5787 Huchtenburg J van 1647 1733 66 5787 Huchtenburg J van 1647 1733
66 5787 Huchtenburg J van 1647 1733 66 5787 Huchtenburg J van 1647 1733
66/5787 Huchtenburg, J. van (1647-1733). Wounded horses of a battle. Two (of 10) engravings after A.F. VAN DER MEULEN, ±1680, both 20,5x33,5 cm., under passepartout.

- Fine impressions, cut to/ just outside the platemark; w. some remnants of former mounting.

= Hollstein 35-44, both 1st state (of 2).

€ (60-80) 60
66 5788 Hunting  Alken H  1785 1851 66 5788 Hunting Alken H 1785 1851
66 5788 Hunting  Alken H  1785 1851 66 5788 Hunting Alken H 1785 1851
66/5788 [Hunting]. Alken, H. (1785-1851). Lot of 18 handcol. aquatint plates by H. ALKEN, incl. 4 duplicates, each ±11,5x18,5 cm., all from NIMROD, The Life of a Sportsman (London, 1901) (all fine). - ADDED: 19 chromolithogr. plates by J. HOYNCK VAN PAPENDRECHT a.o., from F. TEN RAA, De uniformen van de Nederlandsche zee- en landmacht, hier te lande en in de koloniën (1900).
€ (100-150) 130
66 5789 Huys F  1522 1562 66 5789 Huys F 1522 1562
66 5789 Huys F  1522 1562 66 5789 Huys F 1522 1562
66/5789 Huys, F. (1522-1562). Don Carlos, Infant of Spain. Engr. portrait within dec. border, 29,5x19,7 cm., "F.H.", "Hans Liefrinck excud" and "Carolus D.G. Hisp. Infans, Philippi. II. Angl. Regis Filius" in the plate.

- Trimmed to the platemark and pasted to mount along margins; sl. age-toned. = Hollstein 120, only state.

Idem (attrib.). Anna Mary, Queen of Bohemia, daughter of Charles V. Engr. portrait within dec. border, 29,8x19,6 cm., "Liefrinck excud." and "Maria Austr. Reg. Boem. Caroli V. Imp. Filia" in the plate.

- Trimmed to the borderline/ platemark and pasted to mount along margins; sl. age-toned.

= Hollstein (Liefrinck) 67, only state.

Heyden, P. van der (±1530-±1572). Christian III, King of Denmark. Engr. oval portrait, 19,5x15,8 cm., monogrammed, "Cock. excud." and "Cristianus D G Rex Daniae et Norvegiae (...)" in the plate.

- Trimmed to/ within the borderline/ platemark and pasted to mount along margins; trifle foxed.

= Hollstein 142.

€ (100-150) 180
66 5790 Immenraet P A  1627 1679 66 5790 Immenraet P A 1627 1679
66/5790 Immenraet, P.A. (1627-1679). Landscape with two sportsmen. Etching, 8,7x13 cm., tipped onto mount.

- Partly foxed. = Hollstein 6, the 2nd state (of 2).

Idem. Landscape with shepherd and his flock. Etching, 12x8,5 m., "F.V.W. ex" in the plate, tipped onto mount.

- Sl. foxed/ waterst. = Hollstein 7 (w. diff. size), 2nd state (of 2).

AND 4 other etchings, i.a. by L. VAN UDEN (3x).

€ (200-300) 200
66 5791 Jacquemart J F  1837 1880 66 5791 Jacquemart J F 1837 1880
66/5791 Jacquemart, J.F. (1837-1880). Lot of 10 etchings, all from Vingt Eaux-fortes, Paris, Gazette des Beaux-art, 1881, orig. cl., folio.

- Lacks 10 etchings. Cl. worn/ sl. dam.

= Comprises plates 1, 3, 4, 7, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 18.

€ (60-80)
66 5792 Jode II P de 1601 1674 66 5792 Jode II P de 1601 1674
66/5792 Jode II, P. de (1601-1674). (Christ and the disciples and the three cardinal virtues). Drawing, pen and black and brown ink, 5,1x9,5 cm.

- Cut on/ just outside the borderline; remargined.

= Provenance: Unicorno collection. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXVI.

€ (200-300) 220
66 5793 Jongkind J B  1819 1891 66 5793 Jongkind J B 1819 1891
66/5793 Jongkind, J.B. (1819-1891). Le Canal. Etching, 16x20,4 cm., signed "Jongkind fecit 1865" [in reverse] in the plate, w. the address of Delâtre, Paris.

- Ample margins.

= Delteil 2, the second state (of 2): "Rare". With watermark showing "Hallines". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXVI.

€ (300-500) 300
66 5794 Jongkind J B  1819 1891 66 5794 Jongkind J B 1819 1891
66/5794 Jongkind, J.B. (1819-1891). La Nourrice. Etching, 16,5x20,7 cm., signed "Jongkind 1862" [in reverse] in the plate, w. the address of Delâtre, Paris.

- Ample margins; a few tiny brown stains in margins.

= Delteil 4, the second state (of 2). With watermark showing "Hudelist". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXVII.

€ (300-500) 300
66 5795 Jongkind J B  1819 1891 66 5795 Jongkind J B 1819 1891
66/5795 Jongkind, J.B. (1819-1891). Sortie de la maison Cochin. Etching, 1878, 14,3x23,3 cm., signed and dated (twice) and "Paris" in the plate.

- Ample margins; sl. yellowed. = Delteil 20, 2nd state (of 4). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXVII.

€ (400-600) 400