6196 - 6463 PRINTS - DUTCH TOPOGRAPHY. MAPS, PLANS, VIEWS
- Sl. yellowed; sm. tear at top of middle fold.
= Van der Krogt/ Koeman IV-2/1, 99, the rare 1st state (of 2; with the coat of arms just a shield); Deys 3.
- Partly sl. frayed and yellowed/ foxed.
- Blank margins foxed, sl. creased and frayed.
AND 1 other: "Amsterdam and Bridge across the Amstel" (aquatint view printed in bistre, from S. IRELAND, A picturesque Tour through Holland, Brabant, and part of France (...) (London, 1769)).
- (Dust)stained; waterstained in top corners; trifle frayed in lower right margin.
= F.M. 2026. Rare.
Nolpe, P. (±1613-±1653). "Afbeeldingh vande twee Blockhuysen. op den Amstel voor Amsterdam gefundeert. inden Iare 1650. Gesneden door Nolpe. die de Selve Druckt en vercoopt. tot Amsterdam". Engr. view after J. ESSELENS, 40,5x53 cm., "J. Esselens" in the plate, engr. caption below.
- Formerly folded twice, w. neat restorations along former folds and in blank margins; sl. yellowed/ age-toned.
= Hollstein 207, 2nd state of 2, with the part of the caption "door ordre der. E.E.A. Heer. Burger Meesteren ende Ses en dartich Raden der Selver stede" between "Amsterdam" and "gefundeert" erased, and with addition of the name of Esselens (in the beams in lower right corner) and the monogram "4HA" of Hugo Allardt in lower left corner; F.M. 2001b. Rare.
- Sl./ vaguely foxed. = Rare.
AND 5 other engr. views, all from the Atlas of FOUQUET, of the "Doorlugtige School", "Mannen-Tucht of rasp-Huys", "Jongens Burger-Weeshuys", "Vrouwen Tuchthuys of Spinhuys van Binne" and "Oude Mannen en Vrouwen Gast-Huis".
- Yellowed; repaired spot in lower right corner.
= Impressive and decorative view. The engraving was renewed in about 1769, shortly after the rebuilding in stone of the original wooden corn exchange. Coll. De Vries 292. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLVII.
- First sheet w. ample margins and sl. fingersoiled and restored in margins. Second sheet lacks upper part (ca. 14 cm.), printed on thick paper and soiled on verso.
= The two sheets were originally part of the plan Kaart vande Zitplaatsen in de Oude-Kerk.
Philips Jacobsz, C. (1732-1789). Gezicht van het Waale weeshuys te Amsterdam. Etching, 27x34,3 cm., with the title (in Dutch and French), the address of Fouquet Junior and "C. Philips Jacobsz. ad. viv. del. et fec. 1768" in the plate below the image, tipped onto mount.
- Paper sl. wrinkly in centre; trifle soiled in margins.
AND 2 other etchings of "De Lutherse nieuwe-kerk" and "Het Leproozen-huis" in Amsterdam, respectively by H. SCHOUTE and S. FOKKE.
= Titled in contemp. manuscript in lower left corner.
AND 1 other: "D'Afbeelding hoe men de Magistraet en Geestelykheyt der stadt Amsterdam heeft uytgeleydt, en 't scheep gebraght den 26 May 1578" (etching by J. LUIKEN, doubled and laid down).
- The sheets detached; all corners dam. and w. sm. lacking portions; tears in lower margin; yellowed and w. some foxing; a few sm. burnholes. Sold w.a.f.
= Impressive and lively view of the Dam with i.a. the town hall, Nieuwe Kerk and view of the Damrak. To the right, some people have climbed a roof in order to better see the spectacle. Rare. Hollstein 5; F.M. (Suppl.) 2683A (w. address J. Gole, not on the present copy).
"Amstelaedamense cum turri novum (ut ajunt) templum, Ao. 1666." Etching and engraving, 58,5x43,5 cm., "Clemendt de Ionghe Excudit" in the plate.
- Laid down on laid paper; trifle yellowed/ spotted; De Jonghe's address partly scratched away.
= Shows the Nieuwe Kerk from the west, with the design for the never built tower. This rare view is sometimes found bound in with works like Blaeu's Townbooks, or Wagenaar's description of Amsterdam (see: Laurentius, Clement de Jonghe. Kunstverkoper in de Gouden Eeuw, p.29 and note 42).
= Hameleers 105; d'Ailly 258. Attractive plan.
AND a fold. panoramic view of Amsterdam.
- Doubled; folded; upper left corner dam.; one sm. hole; paper strap along right margin.
= Hameleers II, 16; d'Ailly 520.
- Blank margins sl. frayed. = Showing the bloody suppression of the so-called "Bijltjesoproer".
AND 1 other: "Gezicht van het Kattenburger Plein te Amsterdam, in de overstrooming, 's morgens den 15den Novemb. 1775".
= Showing the polders in the surroundings of Amsterdam.
AND ±35 other maps and plans of Amsterdam and surroundings, 18th-20th cent.
- Two plates blank margins sl. frayed and/ or folded.
= F.M. 4252. The title-p. showing a personification of the theatre, seated on the ruins of the theatre with the burning beehive in her hands, the fire raging in the background.
AND 1 other: "Platte Grond van den geweezene Schouburg te Amsterdam" (engr. plan from Atlas (...) Amsteldam, publ. J.B. Elwe, 1804. F.M. 4250).
- Fine copy.
= Rare view. Bierens de Haan 4840. Very lively winter scene, depicting the famous horse-drawn ice-breaker freeing the Amstel of ice so that clean water could be delivered to the breweries in the city. The view shows many people skating fearlessly in front of the icebreaker and onlookers standing on the quay. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLVII.
- Sl. frayed along extremities; closed tear in centre and repaired tear in left edge; trifle soiled.
- The Von Zesen prints yellowed. = Nice lot.
- Most prints in fine condition; some occas. yellowing/ sl. foxing/ staining.