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67 5368 Marcus J E  1774 1826 67 5368 Marcus J E 1774 1826
67 5368 Marcus J E  1774 1826 67 5368 Marcus J E 1774 1826
67 5368 Marcus J E  1774 1826 67 5368 Marcus J E 1774 1826
67/5368 Marcus, J.E. (1774-1826). "Het studie-prentwerk." Series of 91 (of 105) etchings, various sizes, signed and dated in the plate between December 1807 and Junij 1816, published by S. de Grebber, Amst., (1826), loose as issued, together w. the orig. textbook ((2),8p., engr. title), folio.

- Lacks 14 plates, the list of contents and the portfolio. Lvs. occas. dustsoiled/ sl. browned/ frayed along the margins.

= "Vooral Jacob Ernst Marcus dient te worden vermeld. Van 1807 tot 1816 gaf hij elke maand een prent uit, totaal 105 stuks (...) Marcus plaatst geen Griekse goden en godinnen in zijn landschappen, maar mensen, zo uit het werkelijke leven van die tijd weggelopen" (Grafiek in de 19e eeuw, p.19).

€ (60-80) 60
67 5369 Marcus J E  1774 1826 67 5369 Marcus J E 1774 1826
67/5369 Marcus, J.E. (1774-1826). Lot of 8 etchings, various sizes, partly signed and dated in the plate between 1807 and March 1814. - AND 16 other prints: 2 prints by J. DE MARE: a Sint Nicolas proof engraving after J. STEEN, w. nice dedic. in lower blank margin to a "jeugdigen en yverigen leerling" and (Kunstbeschouwing Arti), 5 etchings after C. CHALON by P. DE MARE and 9 engravings by N. VAN DER MEER (i.a. "Gezicht der overstroominge, op de Hooge Swaluwe, den 22sten novemb. 1776").
€ (100-150) 100
67 5370 Maris M  1839 1917  after 67 5370 Maris M 1839 1917 after
67/5370 Maris, M. (1839-1917) (after). Voor het naar school gaan. Lithograph by F.H. WEISSENBRUCH, 1866, 12,4x20,3 cm., "M. Maris del." and "F.H. Weissenbruch Dzn. lith." and "Steendr. v. J.D. Steuerwald" on the stone (below the image), on chine collé, under passepartout.

- Trifle duststained in margins.

= "Van (...) Mattijs Maris (...) kent men geen enkele eigelijke origineele lithografie. Wel werd een prent van F.H. Weissenbruch naar een potloodteekening van den Meester door Maris zelf in 1866 weder onder handen genomen, en bijna geheel nieuw op de steen geteekend, zoodat ze wel als een lithografie van hem zelf gelden kan" (Jan Veth, Hollandsche teekenaars van dezen tijd (Amst., 1905, p.212).

€ (70-90) 70
67 5371 Marot D  1663 1752 67 5371 Marot D 1663 1752
67/5371 Marot, D. (1663-1752). "Fontainte d'Hercule et d'Antée." Etching, 18,7x27 cm., etched captions above and below, The Hague, 1701. - AND 2 other etchings by the same, both bookillustrations.
€ (70-90)
67 5372 Marot I  1619 1679 67 5372 Marot I 1619 1679
67 5372 Marot I  1619 1679 67 5372 Marot I 1619 1679
67/5372 Marot, I. (1619-1679). (Ornamental vases). Nine etchings (probably) all from the same series, various sizes, 1 w. "Iean Marot fecit" engr. in the plate, numb. "I1"-"I5", "6"-"8" or "10".

- Corners tipped-onto mount.

€ (100-150)
67 5373 Martszen de Jonge J  1609 1647 67 5373 Martszen de Jonge J 1609 1647
67 5373 Martszen de Jonge J  1609 1647 67 5373 Martszen de Jonge J 1609 1647
67 5373 Martszen de Jonge J  1609 1647 67 5373 Martszen de Jonge J 1609 1647
67 5373 Martszen de Jonge J  1609 1647 67 5373 Martszen de Jonge J 1609 1647
67 5373 Martszen de Jonge J  1609 1647 67 5373 Martszen de Jonge J 1609 1647
67/5373 Martszen de Jonge, J. (1609-1647). The set of the Cavalry-Battles. Set of 5 (of 9) etchings, various sizes, partly signed/ partly monogrammed in the plates, partly with the address of R. and I. Ottens, bound together in 18th cent. stiff chintz wr., obl. 4to.

= Hollstein 1 (4th state of 4), 2 (2nd state of 4), 4 and 5 (together on 1 leaf) (prob. 2nd state of 4) and 6 (prob. 2nd state of 4).

BOUND WITH: Idem (after). (Battle scenes). Set of 6 etchings, prob. by CLAES VISSCHER or CLAES VISSCHER II, each 13,5x18 cm., numb. "1" to "6", first etching w. the address of R. & I. Ottens.

= I.a. a copy of Hollstein 3 and 6. Rare.

ALSO BOUND WITH: a series of 12 battle scenes, engraved by W. DE BROEN after J. BOSSCHART (numb. 1-12) and a series of 6 battle scenes by W. VAN LANDE (numb. 1-6, printed by R. and I. Ottens. Perhaps heavily reworked plates of CLAES VISSCHER (?)), series of 4 battle scenes by G. VALCK (copies after J. VAN HUCHTENBURG after A.F. VAN DER MEULEN) and a loose print by an unknown artist (numb. "12").

€ (300-500) 375
67 5374 Master of the Die ±1512 1570 67 5374 Master of the Die ±1512 1570
67 5374 Master of the Die ±1512 1570 67 5374 Master of the Die ±1512 1570
67/5374 Master of the Die (±1512-1570). (Frieze with a child sitting on a goat). Engraving, ±1530, 10x40,5 cm., "B" engr. in the plate.

- On 18th cent. paper; a few closed tears in left and lower edge; trifle foxed.

AND 4 engravings, i.a. by BAZICULOVA, (Demons planning to cause new turmoil in Bologna) (11x6,3 cm., 17th cent. Brownish stain in lower left corner, cut oustide the platemark), E. ECKMAN and G. RENI(?).

€ (150-250) 170
67 5375 Matham J  1571 1631 67 5375 Matham J 1571 1631
67 5375 Matham J  1571 1631 67 5375 Matham J 1571 1631
67/5375 Matham, J. (1571-1631). Abraham casting out Ragar. Engraving after A. BLOEMAERT, 1603, 43,1x35,4 cm. (image), 4-line Latin caption below.

- Poor copy, various restorations and nibbled by silverfish in upper part near edge. Sold w.a.f.

= New Hollstein 2, 1st state of 4.

AND 11 others, i.a. by/ after ANNIBALE CARRACCI, P. DE JODE, P. FURNIUS and W. HOLLAR (The Satyr and the Sword. Trimmed short, w. loss of image. Pennington 402, from the Aesop series).

€ (200-300)
67 5376 Matham J  1571 1631 67 5376 Matham J 1571 1631
67/5376 Matham, J. (1571-1631). Cupid conquering Pan. Engraving after G.C. D'ARPINO, ±1596, 26,6x36,3 cm., w. the address of H. Goltzius, tipped onto mount.

- Middle-fold; left, lower and right margin cut-short (w. loss of image). = Hollstein 179 (27,5x40,5 cm.).

€ (100-150) 100
67 5377 Matham J  1571 1631 67 5377 Matham J 1571 1631
67/5377 Matham, J. (1571-1631). Portrait of Maurice of Nassau, Prince of Orange. Engraving after M.J. VAN MIEREVELT, 22,6x16,1 cm., "Ia. Matham sculp." in the plate, w. engr. 5-line Latin laudation in lower margin.

- Trifle foxed; sm. imperfection above right eye; sl. fingersoiled in lower right corner; remnants of blue paper on verso (not visible on recto).

= Hollstein 246, the only state.

€ (200-300)
67 5378 Meulen A F van der 1632 1690 67 5378 Meulen A F van der 1632 1690
67/5378 Meulen, A.F. van der (1632-1690). (Hillside landscape with travellers and dogs). Etching by A.F. BAUDUINS, 23,7x37 cm., w. engr. "AF. V. Meulen in. et ex. cum privilegio Regis"

- Sl. foxed; margins frayed. = Hollstein 41-46 (?).

AND 1 other by the same from the series of landscapes (Hollstein 35-40).

€ (50-70) 80
67/5379 Militaria  Prussian soldier 67/5379 Militaria Prussian soldier
67/5379 [Militaria]. (Prussian soldier). Col. lithograph on 3 attached sheets, 183x41,5 cm., Neu-Ruppin, Gustav Kühn, ±1860.

- Laid down; rolled; frayed in upper part and along edges; sl. soiled. Sold w.a.f.

= A rare life-size plate of a Prussian soldier.

€ (80-100)
67 5380 Muller H J  ±1538 1617 67 5380 Muller H J ±1538 1617
67/5380 Muller, H.J. (±1538-1617). The Choleric Temperament. Engraving from the series of 4 Temperaments, after M. VAN HEEMSKERCK, 1566, 21,4x23,5 cm., engr. captions below.

- Blank marins w. some defects. = Hollstein 435.

AND 14 other engravings by H.J. MULLER after M. VAN HEEMSKERCK from diff. series (mainly religious), i.a. "Beati mundo Corde (...)"; "Effusi rapiunt phare trate Cupido Iugales te dominum (...)" and "Inus gladij tribuit, populo que laborem (...)."

€ (200-300) 450
67 5381 Muller H J  ±1538 1617 67 5381 Muller H J ±1538 1617
67/5381 Muller, H.J. (±1538-1617). The story of Joash and queen Athaliah. Complete series of 4 engravings after M. VAN HEEMSKERCK, ±1567, each 19x24,5 cm., w. the addresses of Heemskerck and Muller (in various ways) and numb. "1"-"4" engr. in the image.

- No.1/ 2 and 3/ 4 mounted together at upper/ lower edge; sl. yellowed.

= Hollstein 29-32 (Muller) and 139-142 (Heemskerck), each 2nd state (of 2) .

AND 2 engravings by the same.

€ (250-350)
67 5382 Muller H J  ±1538 1617 67 5382 Muller H J ±1538 1617
67/5382 Muller, H.J. (±1538-1617). The story of Joash and queen Athaliah. Three engravings after M. VAN HEEMSKERCK from the series of 4 engravings of The Story of Joash and Queen Athaliah, ±1567, each 19x24,5 cm.

- First print (Athaliah destroying the Royal Progeny) oblique cut and fold in left half; second print (Jehoiada anointing Joash) sm. ruststain in lower left corner; all prints sm. wormholes in blank upper right corner; and number in pen in lower margin and old vertical fold in the middle.

= Hollstein 29, 31 and 32 (Muller) and 139, 141 and 142 (Heemskerck), the first state (of 2).

AND a view of a harbour by F. PLACE, 9 (mostly cut-out) portraits and an unrelated sm. publication.

€ (100-150) 300
67 5383 Muller H J  ±1538 1617 67 5383 Muller H J ±1538 1617
67/5383 Muller, H.J. (±1538-1617). The story of Joshua. 3 (of 10) engravings, ±1567, each 20,8x28,3 cm., one w. "Harmen Muller Fecit" and each w. "2","4" or "6" engr. in the image, w. Latin caption engr. below the image.

- Each cut on/ just outside the platemark; sl. browned; no.6 w. brown stain near right edge.

= New Hollstein 20, 22 and 24, each 2nd state (of 3).

€ (100-150)
67 5384 Muller J H  1571 1628 67 5384 Muller J H 1571 1628
67/5384 Muller, J.H. (1571-1628). Belshazzar's feast. Engraving 35,5x40 cm., w. the address of N. Visscher, from Bybelsche figuren, vertonende de voornaemste historien der Heylige Schrifture (Amst., 1652).

- Middle-fold; sl. browned. = New Hollstein 1, the 3rd state (of 3).

€ (100-150) 150
67 5385 Muller J H  1571 1628 67 5385 Muller J H 1571 1628
67 5385 Muller J H  1571 1628 67 5385 Muller J H 1571 1628
67/5385 Muller, J.H. (1571-1628). The portraits of Albert, Archduke of Austria and his wife, Isabella. Two engravings after P.P. RUBENS, both ±41x28 cm., w. engr. caption below image.

- First portrait w. restored flattened (and partly torn?) folds; sl. cut short in left margin; second portrait rubbed spot in right margin, otherwise fine.

= Hollstein 62-63, both 4th state of 4.

€ (400-600) 550
67 5386 Nolthenius de Man A W H  1793 1842 67 5386 Nolthenius de Man A W H 1793 1842
67/5386 Nolthenius de Man, A.W.H. (1793-1842). Lot of 15 etchings, small sizes, all but one (full-length) portraits, all monogrammed and partly dated in the plate, tipped onto mount. - AND 4 landscape etchings by G. VAN NIJMEGEN (1735-1808).
€ (70-90) 80
67 5387 Norblin de la Gourdaine J P  1745 1830 67 5387 Norblin de la Gourdaine J P 1745 1830
67/5387 Norblin de la Gourdaine, J.P. (1745-1830). Lot of 5 etchings, 8,8x7 to 24x21,3 cm.,, 1x monogrammed and "1789" in the plate, together tipped onto 4 mounts.

= Franke 10b, 11, 16, 17 and 19.

€ (100-150) 425