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66 5956 Velde II J van de 1593 1641 66 5956 Velde II J van de 1593 1641
66/5956 Velde II, J. van de (1593-1641). Johannes Torrentius. Engr. oval portrait, 19,3x14,8 cm.

- Impression w. ample margins in fine condition.

= Van Someren 5602; Hollstein 413, the 3rd state (of 3) with the rework.

Idem. Jacob Zaffius. Engr. portrait after F. HALS, 26x16,1 cm., w. 6-line Latin text, "F Hals pinxit", "J.v. Velde sculpsit anno 1630" and "J.J. Proost excudit" below the image.

- Impression w. sm. margins; lacks lower left corner of the caption (without loss of text).

= Van Someren 6263; Hollstein 416, the 3rd state (of 3).

AND 3 others.

€ (60-80) 90
66 5957 Velde II J van de 1593 1641 66 5957 Velde II J van de 1593 1641
66/5957 Velde II, J. van de (1593-1641). The village festival. Etching, later handcol., 30,9x38,6 cm., "Ian vande Velde Fecit" and "CJVisscher excudebat" in the plate.

- Formerly folded in four and w. a small restoration at intersection of folds; a few sm. closed tears in lower margin; sl. creased; sm. stain in sky area.

= Hollstein 137, 2nd state (of 2).

€ (70-90) 150
66 5958 Velde A van de 1636 1672 66 5958 Velde A van de 1636 1672
66/5958 Velde, A. van de (1636-1672). Young herdsman with a bull. Etching from the series of 10 Different animals, 10,8x13 cm., monogrammed and "1659" in the plate.

- Good impression on blue paper w. very wide margins; under passepartout.

= Hollstein 1, the first state (of 3).

€ (100-150) 100
66 5959 Velde J van de 1744 1780 66 5959 Velde J van de 1744 1780
66 5959 Velde J van de 1744 1780 66 5959 Velde J van de 1744 1780
66/5959 Velde, J. van de (1744-1780). Tegen boom leunende herder. Printdrawing after N. BERCHEM, 14,1x18,2 cm., signed on verso "Jacob van de Velde ft. 1770 na N. Berghem" in pen and ink, tipped onto mount.

= Rare. LNP 96; Van Huffel 11

Idem. Paard met kudde schapen. Printdrawing after S. VAN DER DOES, 1769, 12,3x15,8 cm.

= Rare. LNP 97; Van Huffel 35 (36 bis). With the mark of Ploos van Amstel on verso. Josi edition of 1821.

€ (70-90) 70
66 5960 Vinckboons D  1576 ±1632  after 66 5960 Vinckboons D 1576 ±1632 after
66/5960 Vinckboons, D. (1576-±1632) (after). Kitchen interior. Engraving, 25,5x35 cm., w. engr. "DvBoins Inventor" in lower left and "CJVisscher excu" in lower right corner.

- A few small tears and creases in lower left and upper right corner; partly trimmed to the borderline.

= Hollstein 16, second state (of 2); FM Suppl., 1109 D/b. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXIX.

€ (500-700) 1800
66 5961 Vinkeles R  1741 1816 66 5961 Vinkeles R 1741 1816
66/5961 Vinkeles, R. (1741-1816). "Album". Fourty-two engravings, for the greater part signed in the plate, a few handcol., bound together in sl. later giltlettered hcalf.

= All illustrations from various works: engraved titles, portraits and plates. Including proofs before lettering.

€ (70-90) 80
66 5962 Vinkeles R  1741 1816 66 5962 Vinkeles R 1741 1816
66/5962 Vinkeles, R. (1741-1816). "De Graaf van Rennenberg" and "Mahomet". Two drawings, pen and (washed) black ink, both 12,5x7,9 cm., titled in pencil below the image, both remargined in the same sheet.

- Both cut on 2nd borderline. Fine.

= Both on paper with part of unidentified watermark. Provenance: Unicorno collection. "As Dorine van Sasse van Ysselt recognised, the drawing inscribed Mahomet illustrates the fifth part of the fourth act of a play of the same title, by Voltaire. (...) Professor Dr. I.Q. van Regteren Altena suggested drawing a ("De Graaf van Rennenberg") to be related to a theatre play by Noomsz." (Sotheby's, The Unicorno Collection, Amst., 2004).

€ (300-500) 300
66 5963 Vinkeles R  1741 1816 and H  ? ±1814 66 5963 Vinkeles R 1741 1816 and H ? ±1814
66/5963 Vinkeles, R. (1741-1816) and H. (?-±1814). "Armoedige woning." Engraving after A. VAN DER GROEN, 33,5x38 cm., w. engr. captions in Dutch and French below image, Amst., J. Smit en zoon, 1777.

= Showing a scene from the play "De Deugdzaame Armoede" by J.S. MERCIER.

AND 9 others, all concerning theatre, incl. 7 engravings from the series of the Fire of the Amsterdam Schouwburg (1772; incl. three duplicates). - ADDED: 3 calligraphic engravings after A. DOUSSYAN ("Liefde en Eendracht", "De Lente" and "De Winter").

€ (60-80) 70
66 5964 Vinkeles R  1741 1816 and Meer N van der 1740 1810 66 5964 Vinkeles R 1741 1816 and Meer N van der 1740 1810
66/5964 Vinkeles, R. (1741-1816) and Meer, N. van der (1740-1810). "Gehoor zaal in het gebouw der maatschappyë Felix Meritis binnen Amsterdam." Etching after P. BARBIERS and J. KUYPER, 37x51 cm., titled in Dutch and French caption below the image, Amst., G.S. Roos, 1794.

- Foxed in margins. = F.M. 5124. With a watermark showing 3 hands.

€ (200-300) 200
66 5965 Visscher C J  1586 1652 66 5965 Visscher C J 1586 1652
66/5965 Visscher, C.J. (1586-1652). Cottages along a stream. Etching, 1613, from a series of 13 landscapes after C.C. VAN WIERINGEN, 13,2x18,8 cm., monogrammed "C.CW. in", "CJV. f:" and "2" in the image.

- Very fine copy, with added margins.

= Hollstein 328, only state. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXX.

€ (200-300) 210
66 5966 Visscher C J  1586 1652 66 5966 Visscher C J 1586 1652
66/5966 Visscher, C.J. (1586-1652). One-year jubilee of the Amsterdam Theatre ("Yver"). Etching and engraving after D. VINCKBOONS, 23,4x37,5 cm., w. engr. caption in banderolle at top, dated "1618" and signed "DvBin" and "CIV fe" on steps of stage below.

- Lower left corner waterstained (5,5x2 cm.); flattened fold (only vaguely visible on recto). Otherwise fine, w. ample margins.

= New Hollstein 30. Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXX.

€ (600-800) 650
66 5967 Visscher C J  1586 1652 66 5967 Visscher C J 1586 1652
66/5967 Visscher, C.J. (1586-1652). Shipyard, along a frozen canal. Etching, 1613, from a series of 13 landscapes after C.C. VAN WIERINGEN, 13,2x18,8 cm., monogrammed "C.CW. in", "CJV. f:" and "5" in the image.

- Very fine copy, with added japanese paper margins.

= Hollstein 331, only state. Nice skating view. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXI.

€ (200-300) 425
66 5968 Visscher C J  1586 1652 66 5968 Visscher C J 1586 1652
66/5968 Visscher, C.J. (1586-1652). Staircase to houses on a hill. Etching, 1613, from a series of 13 landscapes after C.C. VAN WIERINGEN, 13,6x18,9 cm., w. engr. "C CW in", "JCV sc:" and "13" in the image.

- Fine copy, strong impression and with broad margins. = Hollstein 339, only state.

€ (120-150) 350
66 5969 Visscher C J  1586 1652 66 5969 Visscher C J 1586 1652
66/5969 Visscher, C.J. (1586-1652). Verovering vande Silver-vloot inde Bay Matanca. Ao 1628. Broadside, engr. view (21,6x40,8 cm.) w. below Dutch letterpress text in three colums "Cort verhael van't veroveren der Silver-Vloot inde Bay Matanca", and 6 letterpress colums describing the spoils captured by the various ships, w. circular portraits in upper left and right corner of P.P. Hayn [= Piet Hein] and H.C. Lonq [= Hendrik Cornelisz. Loncq] and inset engr. map "T Eylant Cuba met syne gelegenheyt", total size ±36x41 cm., Amst., C.J. Visscher, 1628.

- Ample margins; two folds; several sm. professional restorations, especially in centrefold.

= FMH, 1593. Hollstein 64, 1st state (of 3). "Op 10 januari 1629 voer Piet Hein met zijn vloot de haven van Hellevoetsluis binnen, op weg naar Amsterdam. Het zou een ware triomftocht worden (...) Ter ere van de verovering werden vijftig kanonschoten gelost, de klokken geluid, en er werd vuurwerk afgestoken. In de kerken werden speciale dankzeggingen gehouden. Het was het allereerste begin van een legende die een taai leven zou gaan leiden in het historisch besef van Nederlanders, tot op de dag van vandaag." in: W. de Visser, Piet Hein en de zilvervloot. Oorlog en handel in de West, p. 7. Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXI.

€ (500-700) 1300
66 5970 Visscher C J  1586 1652 66 5970 Visscher C J 1586 1652
66/5970 Visscher, C.J. (1586-1652). View of the country-seat and orchard of Ian Daimen. Etching, 14,6x20,2 cm., w. engr. "A. Colom exc." in the image and caption and "6" below image.

- Tiny foxed spot, otherwise a very fine copy, with extended Japanese paper borders.

= Hollstein 195, 4th state of 5. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXII.

€ (150-250) 350
66 5971 Visscher J de 1633 after 1692 66 5971 Visscher J de 1633 after 1692
66/5971 Visscher, J. de (1633-after 1692). A church on a river, two monks at the left. Etching after J. VAN GOYEN from the series of twelve River Landscapes, 10,5x19,3 cm., "I. van Goyen inventor" and "I: de Visscher fecit" and numb. "5" below image.

- Upper left corner waterst. = Hollstein 34.

€ (50-70)
66 5972 Visscher J de 1633 after 1692 66 5972 Visscher J de 1633 after 1692
66 5972 Visscher J de 1633 after 1692 66 5972 Visscher J de 1633 after 1692
66 5972 Visscher J de 1633 after 1692 66 5972 Visscher J de 1633 after 1692
66/5972 Visscher, J. de (1633-after 1692). River landscapes. Eleven (of 12) etchings and engravings (incl. title) from the series of twelve River landscapes after J. VAN GOYEN, ±12x19 cm., numb. 1-11 and all (except for the title) "I: van Goyen inventor" and "I: de Visscher fecit" engr. in caption below, title w. engr. caption "Regiunculae Amoenissimae/ Eleganter delineatae a Johanne van Goyen et aeri incisae per Johannem de Visscher" and "N. Visscher excudit" below.

- Lacking plate no.12; good impressions on contemp. laid paper, occas. w. unidentified watermark. All trimmed on/ just outside the plate-mark; corners tipped onto mounts.

= Hollstein 30-40, only state: "In stock-list of Claes Claesz Visscher II [after 1682]: Landtschapboeckje".

€ (400-600) 500
66 5973 Vliet J J van act ±1628 1637 66 5973 Vliet J J van act ±1628 1637
66/5973 Vliet, J.J. van (act. ±1628-1637). (Beggars). Complete series of 10 etchings depicting beggars after REMBRANDT VAN RIJN, 1632, each ±9x6,4 cm., all "JG van Vliet inv." (title "JG van Vliet fec. 1632") in the plate.

- Good impressions, all cut to/ on the platemark; 3 prints browned/ 4 foxed; pedlar w. waterstain at upper edge; all w. collector's stamp of Dr. Jul. Hofmann on verso (Lugt 1264). Together tipped onto one mount.

= Hollstein 73-82, 1st-6th state. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXVIII.

€ (700-900) 750
66 5974 Vos M de 1532 1603  after 66 5974 Vos M de 1532 1603 after
66/5974 Vos, M. de (1532-1603) (after). Adam and Eve in Paradise. Engraving by J. SADELER I, 1583, 18,5x25,7 cm.

- Doubled; duststained. = Hollstein (Sadeler) 18, (De Vos) 26.

Sadeler I, R. (1560-1628 or 1632). Virgin and child seated under a baldachino. Engraving after P. CANDIDO, 24,3x32,6 cm., w. "Raphael Sadeler sculpsit et excud 1591", "Pictor Petrus Candidus figuravit" and dedication to William of Bavaria in lower margin, engr. captions below the image.

- Paper strips along edges on verso. = Hollstein 55.

AND 13 others, mostly executed by members of the Sadeler family, all with various defects.

€ (100-150) 600
66 5975 Vos M de 1532 1603  after 66 5975 Vos M de 1532 1603 after
66/5975 Vos, M. de (1532-1603) (after). The egg-dance. Engraving by J. SADELER I, 22,7x29,5 cm., engr. captions (i.a. "Has ducunt choreas (...)") above and below.

- 19th cent. impression. = New Hollstein 1283.

ADDED: an etching by R. DE HOOGHE.

€ (80-100) 180