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67 5308 Galle P  1537 1612 67 5308 Galle P 1537 1612
67/5308 Galle, P. (1537-1612). The story of Esther Three (of 8) engravings after M. VAN HEEMSKERCK, each 20,5x25,1 cm., w. "MHee. In." and Latin captions engr. in the plate.

- All three ample margins/ trifle yellowed. = Hollstein 50, 51 and 54, all final state.

€ (150-250)
67 5309 Galle P  1537 1612 67 5309 Galle P 1537 1612
67 5309 Galle P  1537 1612 67 5309 Galle P 1537 1612
67 5309 Galle P  1537 1612 67 5309 Galle P 1537 1612
67/5309 Galle, P. (1537-1612). The story of Judith and Holofernes. Seven (of 8) engravings after M. VAN HEEMSKERCK, each 20,5x25 cm., six engravings w. "MHeem. In.", numb. "1"-"8", Latin captions and the first w. "1564" and monogram "TG" engr. in the plate.

- All cut on/ just outside the borderline/ mounted on 20th cent. laid paper; 2 lacking sm. marginal part of lower right corner.

= Hollstein 79, 80, 82-86: 1st state (of 4). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXII.

€ (300-500)
67/5310 Genealogy and heraldry  Lot of 25 engravings 67/5310 Genealogy and heraldry Lot of 25 engravings
67/5310 Genealogy and heraldry  Lot of 25 engravings 67/5310 Genealogy and heraldry Lot of 25 engravings
67/5310 Genealogy and heraldry  Lot of 25 engravings 67/5310 Genealogy and heraldry Lot of 25 engravings
67/5310 [Genealogy and heraldry]. Lot of 25 engravings, of i.a. Pope Barberini, J. van Eck and Ferdinand III, by i.a. M. LE BLON and S. VOUILLEMONT, mainly 17th cent., various sizes.

- Occas. cut sl. short/ trifle dustsoiled.

ADDED: 9 engr. printer's vignettes.

€ (120-150)
67/5311 Genealogy and heraldry  Lot of 39 engraved genealogical trees and heraldic plates of mainly French families 67/5311 Genealogy and heraldry Lot of 39 engraved genealogical trees and heraldic plates of mainly French families
67/5311 Genealogy and heraldry  Lot of 39 engraved genealogical trees and heraldic plates of mainly French families 67/5311 Genealogy and heraldry Lot of 39 engraved genealogical trees and heraldic plates of mainly French families
67/5311 Genealogy and heraldry  Lot of 39 engraved genealogical trees and heraldic plates of mainly French families 67/5311 Genealogy and heraldry Lot of 39 engraved genealogical trees and heraldic plates of mainly French families
67/5311 [Genealogy and heraldry]. Lot of 39 engraved genealogical trees and heraldic plates of mainly French families, all from H.A. CHATELAIN, Atlas historique (Amst., 1719), diff. sizes, bound together in modern boards, folio.

- Occas. sl. yellowed/ dustsoiled/ trifle stained. Lacking backstrip; frontcover loose; binding dam.

= I.a. Carte genealogique des souverains issus de Ferdinand premier empereur; Carte heraldique representant les armes de l'empereur des electeurs des princes tant ecclesiastiques que seculiers et de tous les etats du saint empire Romain; Carte genealogique des comtes de dreux, des seigneurs De Beaussart & De Morainville, ainsi que des ducs de Bretagne & des comtes de vertus & autres issues de cette famille and Carte du Blazon ou la science de la noblesse avec des instructions pour conduire a cette connoissance.

€ (300-500) 300
67 5312 Ghisi G  1520 1582 67 5312 Ghisi G 1520 1582
67/5312 Ghisi, G. (1520-1582). (An allegory of birth, a woman in the bed at the right has just given birth, the infant is passed to two putti at the left, in the background Aurora arrives in her horse drawn carriage). Etching after G. ROMANO, 28x39,5 cm., w. "In. IVL. Ro. Picta in Palatio. THE D. DUC. MANT. GEORGIUS GHISI MANT F. 1568" and a 4-line Latin caption engr. in the plate, mounted.

- Trimmed on/ just inside the platemark; browned stains; creases (over folds) scattered over the print; red ofsetting on left edge. Sold w.a.f.

= Bartsch XV, 57.

€ (80-100) 160
67 5313 Ghisi G  1520 1582 67 5313 Ghisi G 1520 1582
67/5313 Ghisi, G. (1520-1582). Die Vision des Ezechiels. Engraving, 1554, 41,8x68 cm., "Io Baptista Britano Mantuan Inv." in the plate.

- Old vertical and oblique folds; trimmed on/ inside the platemark; edges worn/ sl. dam.; some marginal tears (occas. affecting the image); some vague foxing on verso.

= Bartsch 69. With 19th cent. provenance on verso in pencil.

€ (500-700) 1100
67 5314 Goltzius H  1558 1617 67 5314 Goltzius H 1558 1617
67/5314 Goltzius, H. (1558-1617). Calphurnius. Engraving from the series of 10 Roman heroes, 1586, 36,7x23,3 cm., monogrammed "HG. fecit" and numb. "8" in the plate, engr. captions below.

- Some repaired tears in blank margins; lower blank left corner torn off (repaired)

= Hollstein 171; Strauss 238, prob. the 1st state (of 2).

€ (100-150) 550
67 5315 Goltzius H  1558 1617 67 5315 Goltzius H 1558 1617
67/5315 Goltzius, H. (1558-1617). Christ before Caiaphas. Engraving from the The Passion of Christ (12 numb. plates), 19,5x12,7 cm., w. engr. "HG" and "Ao 97" in lower right corner and "4" in lower left corner.

= Hollstein 20; Strauss 343.

€ (100-150) 130
67 5316 Goltzius H  1558 1617 67 5316 Goltzius H 1558 1617
67/5316 Goltzius, H. (1558-1617). Marcus Valerius Corvus. Engraving, 1586, 36,5x23,3 cm., "HG fecit" and "6" in lower left corer, w. 2-line engr. captions below image, tipped onto mount.

- Flattened middle-fold; some vague (dust)soiling; sl. worn along extremities.

= New Hollstein 169, the 2nd state (of 2); Strauss 236; Hirschmann 167. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXII.

€ (400-500) 650
67 5317 Goltzius H  1558 1617 67 5317 Goltzius H 1558 1617
67/5317 Goltzius, H. (1558-1617). The Wedding of Cupid and Psyche. Central leaf of an engraving printed from 3 separate plates after BARTHOLOMEUS SPRANGER, 1587, 42,5x28,5 cm., w. 4-line Latin text in 3 columns engr. below the image.

- Good impression. Trimmed on/ just inside the borderline; sl. soiled and some vague brown stains; backed w. thin Japanese, strengthening/ repairing some folds, tears and sm. holes.

= New Hollstein 341, unidentified state; Strauss 255 ("the principal engraving of the year 1587"). Single sheets of this large engraving (totally measuring 43,8x85,8 cm.) are very rare, complete copies are even excessively rare. "This magnificent banquet of the gods, overflowing with the sweet nectar of grace, assures immortality to the designer, as well as to the engraver." (Strauss, citing Carel van Mander). "After Goltzius had a few trial runs at translating relatively simple designs by Bartholomeus Spranger into print, the two artists must have realised that the time had come to attempt something of a different order. This spectactular piece of compositional bravura is the happy result of that decision. (...) The eddying figures lend vibrancy to the engraving, particularly in fine impressions with the correct distribution of light and shade, which are unfortunately very rare." (Ger Luijten in: Dawn of the Golden Age (Amst., 1993), p.330-331).

€ (500-700)
67 5318 Goltzius H  1558 1617  after 67 5318 Goltzius H 1558 1617 after
67/5318 Goltzius, H. (1558-1617) (after). The Passion. Complete series of 12 engravings, 1596-98, each ±19,8x13,2 cm., each monogrammed "HG" and dated in the plate, all tipped onto mount.

= Cf. Hollstein 17-29. Late 18th/ early 19th cent. impression w. the collector's mark of i.a. Van Eekelen on verso. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXIII.

€ (1.000-1.500) 1100
67 5319 Goltzius J  ±1550 after 1595 67 5319 Goltzius J ±1550 after 1595
67/5319 Goltzius, J. (±1550-after 1595). "Honos alit artes". Engraving, 41x41 cm., titled and w. "Lambertus Scheckelius Dutil: uius inuen." and "Julius Goltzius sculpsit. Alu excud." engr. in the plate.

- The entire print (partly badly) doubled and wrinkled; lower corner frayed; 2 diagonal folds w. dam. spots; a few browned spots.

= Very rare, not in Hollstein. An allegory of the arts and sciences, patronized by the pope, the emperor and several kings of the holy Roman empire. The coat of arms shows the insignia of pope Clemens VIII, Aldobrandini. SEE ILLLUSTRATION PLATE CXXIII.

€ (300-500)
67 5320 Green V  1739 1813 67 5320 Green V 1739 1813
67 5320 Green V  1739 1813 67 5320 Green V 1739 1813
67/5320 Green, V. (1739-1813). "The placing of Christ in the Sepulchre." Mezzotint after L. CARACCI, 50,5x37 cm., titled and w. all addresses below the image, London, J. Boydell, 1775. - AND 1 large engr. portrait by J. AUDRAN.
€ (70-90) 70
67 5321 Green V  1739 1813 67 5321 Green V 1739 1813
67/5321 Green, V. (1739-1813). "To the Society of Goffers at Blackheath." Col. mezzotint after L.F. ABBOTT, 63x43 cm., engr. captions below image, framed.

- Two closed tears and some faded spots in image; sl. foxed; a few sm. specks.

= Shows William Innes (1760-1803) and his caddie.

€ (150-250)
67 5322 Groeningen G P van act ±1560 1590  after 67 5322 Groeningen G P van act ±1560 1590 after
67/5322 Groeningen, G.P. van (act. ±1560-1590) (after). July. Engraving by P. FURNIUS within engr. border by J. AND L. VAN DOETECUM, 19,8x24,3 cm., Antw., G. de Jode, ±1574.

- Doubled; sm. stain in lower right corner. = New Hollstein (Van Doetecum) 733, 1st state of 2.

AND 3 others illustrating a Month.

€ (80-100) 110
67 5323 Haid J G  1710 1776 67 5323 Haid J G 1710 1776
67/5323 Haid, J.G. (1710-1776). "Achilles". Mezzotint after REMBRANDT, 46x35,8 cm., w. the address of J. Boydell, London, 1764.

- Sl. worn/ tiny tears along outer margins.

AND 8 others by i.a. W. VAILLANT (mezzotint portrait of "Iacobus Heiblocq". Upper margin w. sm. defects), G. VALCK, M. ENGELBRECHT and 2 large mezzotints by F.C. BIERWEILER after P.P. RUBENS (The Crucifixion (handcol.) and (The Descent from the Cross).

€ (80-100) 110
67 5324 Haid J J  1704 1767 67 5324 Haid J J 1704 1767
67/5324 Haid, J.J. (1704-1767). Lot of 15 mezzotints, i.a. "L'Aimable Blanchisseuse", "Cet Homme de la vraye sagesse (...)", "Mahomet V", "La Santé Portée" and "La Santé Rendue" (both after G. TERBORG), "Io: Christianus Fieldler" (tipped onto mount) and 5 lvs. from the Prodigal Son series (1x without captions, 4x partly trimmed to the image/ caption).
€ (100-150) 200
67 5325 Havell II R  1793 1878 67 5325 Havell II R 1793 1878
67 5325 Havell II R  1793 1878 67 5325 Havell II R 1793 1878
67/5325 Havell II, R. (1793-1878). "(...) drie platen voorstellende het vertrek uit de haven van Portsmouth op den 2d Junij 1833 van 12 Nederlandsche Koopvaardij Scheepen uit het Embargo ontslagen (...)". Three large handcol. aquatints after J. SCHETKY, engr. captions below, each 47x67 cm., Portsmouth, L.A. van den Bergh and "Gedrukt door J.F. Brugman te Amsterdam", 1835.

- Fine set. One plate sm. tear in lower blank margin, just touching the platemark; a few other, tiny marginal tears.

= F.M. 6916a/I; Atlas van Stolk 7238. The British embargo of 1832-1833, during which Dutch ships were chained in the British harbours, was intended to make the Netherlands hand over the Antwerp citadel to Belgium. Robert Havell Jr. was the principal engraver of J.J. Audubon's famous Birds of America. Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXIII.

€ (1.500-2.000)
67 5326 Heemskerck M van 1498 1574  after 67 5326 Heemskerck M van 1498 1574 after
67 5326 Heemskerck M van 1498 1574  after 67 5326 Heemskerck M van 1498 1574 after
67/5326 Heemskerck, M. van (1498-1574) (after). The story of David and Saul. Set of 6 (of 10) engravings by an unidentified engraver, all ±20,5x24,7 cm., all numb. "5"-"10" and with a Latin caption engr. below the image.

- Lacking the first 4 engravings; each print cut on/ just within the platemark/ mounted on paper.

= Hollstein 98-103, each only state.

AND 6 others after the same, all with defects.

€ (200-300)
67 5327 Heemskerck M van 1498 1574  after 67 5327 Heemskerck M van 1498 1574 after
67 5327 Heemskerck M van 1498 1574  after 67 5327 Heemskerck M van 1498 1574 after
67 5327 Heemskerck M van 1498 1574  after 67 5327 Heemskerck M van 1498 1574 after
67/5327 Heemskerck, M. van (1498-1574) (after). The story of David and Saul. Set of 9 (of 10) engravings by an unidentified engraver, all ±20,5x24,7 cm., all numb. "2"-"10" and with a Latin caption engr. below the image.

- Lacking the first engraving; each print ample margins/ trifle yellowed; 1 w. restored marginal tear.

= Hollstein 95-103, each only state. Each with the collector's stamp of Pim van Eekelen (Lugt 5101) on verso. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXIV.

€ (250-350) 375