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67 5228 Bloemaert C  1603 1684 67 5228 Bloemaert C 1603 1684
67/5228 Bloemaert, C. (1603-1684). An old woman with a purse. Engraving after G. HONTHORST, 15,2x10,8 cm., w. 4-line engr. poem below.

= Hollstein 299.

€ (100-150)
67 5229 Bloemaert C  1603 1684 67 5229 Bloemaert C 1603 1684
67/5229 Bloemaert, C. (1603-1684). St. John the Baptist. Engraving after A. BLOEMAERT (?), 30,4x24,8 cm., w. 4-line Latin caption below.

= Hollstein 47, but with different dimensions. Rare second state, with the plate cut shorter and trimmed on the left side, not mentioned in Hollstein.

€ (100-150)
67 5230 Blooteling A  1640 1690 67 5230 Blooteling A 1640 1690
67/5230 Blooteling, A. (1640-1690). "De heer Huydecoopers Huis van achteren". Etching after J. VAN RUISDAEL from the series of 6 etchings "Amstel-Gesichies", 15,7x20,6 cm., w. engr. title, "J. van Ruisdael inv.", "A. Bloteling fecit" and "6" below image.

= Hollstein 114.

AND 3 other etchings by A. VAN EVERDINGEN (Hollstein 65 and 66, both the 3rd state (of 3). Early 18th cent. impressions) and H. NAYWINCX (Hollstein 1, the 2nd state (of 3).

€ (120-150) 210
67 5231 Bloteling A  1640 1690 67 5231 Bloteling A 1640 1690
67/5231 Bloteling, A. (1640-1690). Variae leonum icones. Two etchings from the series of 4 after P.P. RUBENS, both 12,3x17,4 cm., w. "P.P. Rubens pinxit" and "A. Bloteling fecit" and "3"/ "4" engr. below the image.

- Both cut outside the borderline; trifle foxed. = Not in Hollstein.

€ (100-150) 100
67 5232 Bloteling A  1640 1690 67 5232 Bloteling A 1640 1690
67 5232 Bloteling A  1640 1690 67 5232 Bloteling A 1640 1690
67/5232 Bloteling, A. (1640-1690). Variae leonum icones. Two etchings from the series of 4 after P.P. RUBENS, each ±12x17,3 cm.

- Sl. soiled.

AND 3 other engravings showing cows and horses by N. BERCHEM and after P. POTTER.

€ (100-150) 110
67 5233 Bofill J L  1846 1896 67 5233 Bofill J L 1846 1896
67/5233 Bofill, J.L. (1846-1896). "La Plaza de Torros". Etching on thin laid paper, 31,7x23,5 cm., w. the monogram "J.LL" engr. in the plate.
€ (150-250) 160
67 5234 Bolswert B A  1580 1633  after 67 5234 Bolswert B A 1580 1633 after
67/5234 Bolswert, B.A. (1580-1633) (after). "Iesus Crucifixus". Engraving after P.P. RUBENS, 57,2x42,2 cm., w. the address Paris, P. Mariette fils.

= Probably a copy.

€ (80-100) 110
67 5235 Bonasone G di A  act ±1531 1574 67 5235 Bonasone G di A act ±1531 1574
67/5235 Bonasone, G. di A. (act. ±1531-1574). Clélie traversant le Tibre et ramenant à Rome ses compagnes qui étaient prisonnières dans le camp. Engraving, 30x44 cm., w. "Jv. Bonaso. Imitando pinsit et celavit" and "Ant. Lafreri sequani formis" engr. in the plate.

- Cut just outside the borderline; doubled w. restoration paper to repair 2 large horizontal tears (centre and right part) and a few smaller tears.

= Rare. Bartsch XV, 83, 2nd state (of 2).

€ (100-150) 100
67 5236 Brebiette P  1598 ±1650 67 5236 Brebiette P 1598 ±1650
67/5236 Brebiette, P. (1598-±1650). (Bacchanal with nymphs, satyrs and putti). Etching, 6,4x24,5 cm., signed in the image, "F.L.D. Il Ciartres excudit", privilege and numb. "9" in the plate below the image.

- Small and vague stain in lower left part of image; sl. dustsoiled.

= One of a series of 12 friezes showing i.a. nymphs and putti playing games with goats.

AND 6 other miscell. engravings by French engravers, i.a. 2 engr. views by G. PÉRELLE from the series Paysages et Ports de Mer (numb. "3" and "5", published by P. Mariette, Le Blanc 129 and 131).

€ (120-150)
67 5237 Bronckhorst J G van 1603 ±1661 67 5237 Bronckhorst J G van 1603 ±1661
67/5237 Bronckhorst, J.G. van (1603-±1661). Ruins. Etching from a series of 6 Roman ruins after C. VAN POELENBURGH, ±1640-1650, 20,6x26,1 cm.

- Three small restored spots in sky area; trifle foxed. Good impression w. ample margins.

= Hollstein 26, 2nd state (of 2).

€ (300-400) 300
67 5238 Bruegel P the Elder ±1525 1569  after 67 5238 Bruegel P the Elder ±1525 1569 after
67/5238 Bruegel, P. the Elder (±1525-1569) (after). Anger (Ira). Engraving by P. VAN DER HEYDEN, from the series of The Seven Deadly Sins, 22,2x29,6 cm., w. engr. "P. Brueghel inventor", monogram "PAME", "Ira" and "H. Cock excude cum gratia et privilegio 1558" in the image, w. engr. caption in Latin and Dutch below image.

- Tiny foxed spot to the right of the tower; sm. thin spot in lower blank margin.

= New Hollstein (Brueghel) 21; Hollstein III (after Brueghel) 125; Hollstein IV (Cock) 236; Hollstein IX (Van der Heyden) 30-36. Fine impression on paper with watermark of a heart with a stem ending in "4" at top under a guirlande (not in Briquet). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXVIII.

€ (2.500-3.500) 4000
67 5239 Bruyn N de 1571 1656 67 5239 Bruyn N de 1571 1656
67/5239 Bruyn, N. de (1571-1656). Christ before Pilate. Engraving from the series of 12 engravings of The Passion, 19,5x13,3 cm.

= Hollstein 78-89.

AND 19 other etchings and engravings, all religious subjects, incl. 18th cent. impressions, i.a. 2 woodcuts after A. DÜRER.

€ (150-250) 350
67 5240 Bry J Th de 1561 1623 67 5240 Bry J Th de 1561 1623
67/5240 Bry, J.Th. de (1561-1623). "Et gula plus noxae confert quam marti,ensis" (Lasciviousness creates more havoc than a warrior's sword). Engraving after G. VAN BREEN after K. VAN MANDER, 10x8 cm., w. engr. caption below image.

- Fine copy with broad margins.

= No. 35 of the series Emblemata saecularia, 1596. Hollstein 275.

€ (70-90) 150
67 5241 Bry J Th de 1561 1623 67 5241 Bry J Th de 1561 1623
67/5241 Bry, J.Th. de (1561-1623). "Subligar ipsa mei de braca insisto mariti" (I would love to wear the pants in house). Engraving after G. VAN BREEN after K. VAN MANDER, 10,8x8,2 cm., w. engr. caption below image.

- Fine copy with broad margins.

= No. 28 of the series Emblemata saecularia, 1596. Hollstein 268.

€ (70-90) 100
67 5242 Buhot F H  1847 1898 67 5242 Buhot F H 1847 1898
67/5242 Buhot, F.-H. (1847-1898). (L'Hiver à Paris). Etching, drypoint and aquatint, 23,9x34,9 cm., signed "Felix Buhot", "Paris Xbre 1879" and "à la Place Breda 9 Décembre" and monogrammed and "25"[?] in the plate, printed by A. Salmon, Paris.

- Mounted under passepartout; trifle yellowed.

= Consisting of a view (17,9x25,2 cm.) w. (parts of) 5 small other views in left and lower margin, of which 3 w. resp. "Montmartre" and (both in reverse) "au Boulevard des Italiens" and "Chauffeurs publics" in the plate. Beraldi 128.

€ (150-250) 325
67 5243 Burgkmair I H  1473 1531 67 5243 Burgkmair I H 1473 1531
67/5243 Burgkmair I, H. (1473-1531). (The triumph of Maximilian I). Woodcut on VELLUM, 38x35,2 cm.

- Image worn in centre; vellum wrinkled/ dustsoiled and stained (mainly in right blank margin).

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXIX.

AND 2 other woodcuts by the same from the same series on paper, probably later impressions.

€ (100-150) 210
67 5244 Cabel A van der 1631 1705 67 5244 Cabel A van der 1631 1705
67/5244 Cabel, A. van der (1631-1705). (Landscape with shepherds and their sheep and two people seated under a tree). Etching, 16x24 cm., w. engr. below the image "Adr. Vander Cabel. jnv. et fecit Cum privil.Regis." in lower left corner and with the address of N. Robert in lower right corner, framed.

- Narrow margins; sm. tear in lower blank margin. = Possibly Hollstein 1-6, 2nd state (of 3).

€ (80-100) 80
67 5245 Callot J  1592 1635 67 5245 Callot J 1592 1635
67 5245 Callot J  1592 1635 67 5245 Callot J 1592 1635
67/5245 Callot, J. (1592-1635). Les deux grandes vues de Paris. Two etchings from the same series, both 15,3x32,2 cm., signed "Callot fec." in the plate, one w. French captions and the address of N. Bonnard engr. below the image.

- Impressions on 19th cent. paper, trimmed on/ near the borderline; one browned; the other w. 2 vertical folds/ trifle foxed.

= Lieure 667 and 668; 667 is the 5th and final state, 668 is probably the 4th state of the mentioned 'copies'.

€ (200-300)
67 5246 Callot J  1592 1635 67 5246 Callot J 1592 1635
67/5246 Callot, J. (1592-1635). Entree de M. de Macey. Etching from the series of 14 prints of Le combat a la barrière, 15x22,2 cm., titled and w. "Jac. Callot in. et fec." engr. in the plate.

- Sl. soiled/ wrinkled/ trifle foxed; lacking sm. part of upper left corner (blank sky area)/ right edge.

= Lieure 577, only state. With a watermark showing a sword and two letters 'C' (one in reverse).

AND 1 other by the same on thick 19th cent. paper (Lieure 166).

€ (120-150)
67 5247 Callot J  1592 1635 67 5247 Callot J 1592 1635
67/5247 Callot, J. (1592-1635). La foire de Gondreville. Etching, 18x32,9 cm., w. "la Callot fe. Nanceij" engr. in lower left corner.

- Cut just outside the platemark; black scratch (0,7x7 cm.) in centre of lower borderline; sl. dustsoiled.

= Lieure 561, 4th and final state.

AND 1 smaller engraving, probably by the same.

€ (250-350)