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67 5528 Watson J  1740 1790 67 5528 Watson J 1740 1790
67/5528 Watson, J. (1740-1790). "Madame la Marquise de Pompadour, Morte En 1764." Mezzotint after F. BOUCHER, 24x18,3 cm., engr. captions below.

- Lower margin (captions) waterst. on verso, vaguely shining through.

AND 3 other mezzotints by the same: Winding of cotton (after J.C. HEILMANN. Yellowed); British Summer (after R. PYLE) and The Brickdust Man (after N. HONE. Browned/ waterst.).

€ (100-150) 170
67 5529 Weigel J C  ±1654 ±1725 67 5529 Weigel J C ±1654 ±1725
67/5529 Weigel, J.C. (±1654-±1725). ''Iohannes Dux Marlborough". Mezzotint, 35x24 cm., printed on rather thick wove paper. - AND 2 other full-length mezzotint portraits by P. SCHENK: "Femme de qualité en Stenkerke et falbala".
€ (80-100) 130
67/5530 Whaling  Arctic whaling scene 67/5530 Whaling Arctic whaling scene
67/5530 [Whaling]. (Arctic whaling scene). Engraving by VAN DER HEM after A. SALM, 16,6x28,1 cm., from C.G. ZORGDRAGER, Bloeyende Opkomst der Aloude en Hedendaagsche Groenlandsche Visschery, Amst., 1720.

- Folded twice, as published; lower blank margin chipped. = Ingalls 13.

AND 2 others, i.a. "Walvischvangst te Firando, in Japan" (engr. from Nederlandsche reizen tot bevordering van den koophandel, 1784). - WITH an offprint of J. BROEKEMA, Cornelis Cornelisz., Willem Barends en hunne tochtgenooten (Middelb., 1878, fold. map, orig. wr.).

€ (70-90) 170
67/5531 Whaling  Cagelot of Potwalvis lang omtrent 60 Voeten even benoorden Egmond op Zee Levend Gestrand op den 15 February 1764 den 1 Maart aldaar in Veiling Verkogt voor 810 Guldens 67/5531 Whaling Cagelot of Potwalvis lang omtrent 60 Voeten even benoorden Egmond op Zee Levend Gestrand op den 15 February 1764 den 1 Maart aldaar in Veiling Verkogt voor 810 Guldens
67/5531 [Whaling]. "Cagelot of Potwalvis, lang omtrent 60 Voeten, even benoorden Egmond op Zee Levend Gestrand op den 15 February 1764. den 1 Maart aldaar in Veiling Verkogt voor 810 Guldens." Engraving by C. VAN NOORDE, 20,5x33 cm., w. engr. caption below image and "den 19 February naar 't Leeven Getekend en in't Koper gebragt te Haarlem door Cornelis van Noorde", ±1764, framed.

- Sl. yellowed. Not examined outside frame, possibly laid down.

= Nice and rare view of a stranded sperm whale, with an inset view of the whale seen from the back. Ingalls 380; F.M. 4150; Atlas van Stolk 4136; Sliggers/ Wertheim p.92ff, i.a. on the legal argument that unfolded in the wake of the stranding of this sperm whale. Two groups claimed the ownership of the sperm whale, basing their argument on customary law at sea that dead whales were possession of those that staked the first claim. This specific whale was displaced from its original stranding place (where it had been claimed by the first group) by strong winds in combination with a flood and was then claimed by a second group of claimants. The bailiff in charge judged that right of salvage and not sea laws prevailed, which meant that neither of the two groups had any claiming rights and the proceeds of the sale had to go to the States of Holland. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXL.

€ (100-150) 425
67 5532 Wheatley F  1747 1801 67 5532 Wheatley F 1747 1801
67/5532 Wheatley, F. (1747-1801). Cries of London. Eleven (of 13) col. stipple-engr. plates, each w. engr. caption below image, each ±38x27 cm.

- All but one laid down on board; lacks 2 engravings (nos. 1 and 7); one plate waterstained in margin; occas. sl. dustsoiled/ ruststained in margins; sl. weak colouring.

€ (100-150) 100
67 5533 Wierix A  ±1552 ±1624 67 5533 Wierix A ±1552 ±1624
67/5533 Wierix, A. (±1552-±1624). The Four Evangelists. Complete set of 4 engravings, all. w. address "Hieronymus Wierix excud."

- Plates partly cut to the borderline; St. Lucas with chafed spot in upper left corner.

= Hollstein 1099, 2nd state of 2; 1100, 2nd state of 3; 1101, 3rd state of 3; 1102, 2nd state of 2.

AND 11 other engravings: 4 scenes from the series The Childhood of Christ by J. SADELER after M. VOS (Hollstein 258, 262, 264 and 266) and 7 female saints, engr. by THOMAS DE LEU, all waterstained and mostly w. extensive annots. in pen and ink.

€ (100-150) 230
67 5534 Zylvelt A van 1643 1690 67 5534 Zylvelt A van 1643 1690
67 5534 Zylvelt A van 1643 1690 67 5534 Zylvelt A van 1643 1690
67/5534 Zylvelt, A. van (1643-1690). Genovese seaports. Complete set of 4 engravings after J. LINGELBACH, each 22,5 cm x 37 cm., printed by J. DANCKERTS.

- Tipped onto mounts; a few tiny specks, otherwise fine.

= Rare series. Hollstein 4-7, title print in 3rd state of 3, other first and only state. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLI.

€ (500-700)
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