5611 - 5731 FINE ARTS - CATCHPENNY PRINTS and POPULAR PRINTS
- Sl. browned.
= Six scenes of monkeys in antropomorphic scenes in professions, i.a. "L'organiste ambulant", "Le Cor de chasse" and "La Lantèrne Magique".
AND 1 other: Famille Impériale (w. the address of Gangel and P. Didion, Metz, ±1860).
- Margins cut to the image.
= Antisemitic caricatural catchpenny print. Text in rhyme and in unknown German dialect, perhaps mocking the Jiddish accent.
- Rolled; a few wormholes; a few marginal defects.
ADDED: a poster.
- No. 7288 portion of one corner torn off.
= Present are no.77, 1023, 4359, 6310, 6381, 6383, 6960, 7288 (variation of the Steps of Life, showing the 7 classes of society); 7297, 7302, 7344, 7775, 7776, 7831, 8118, 8212; 8759 (Gotthard railway); 8768 (contemp. view of Amiens), 8780 (20 Japanese scenes) and 8857.
= KVCS, p.108 and 819-822 (Van Staden), no.H (haringvangst, woodcuts by W. Bal), K. (Swiss costumes), P (rarekiek), 1 (Sint Nicolaas), 15, 25, 29, 41, 42, 43, 44 (Four seasons), 47 (Trap des Ouderdoms), 53, 59, 69 (rare neuzen), 104.
- Folded twice; sl. creased. = Showing people skating, a market and people in boats.
"Vehmgericht. Vogelschiessen. Weinlese. Wasserfahrt". Catchpenny print w. 4 lithogr. scenes w. captions and two letters "V" and "W" shaped with human figures, ibid., N. Renner & Co., ±1830.
- Folded twice. = Probably part of a series illustrating the alphabet.
(Various scenes). Catchpenny print w. 16 handcol. engr. ills., ibid., J.A. Endt, ±1820.
- Folded twice, otherwise fine. = I.a. animals, hunting and farm scenes.
- Creased. = Rare. Showing i.a. the harvest of wine grapes.
"Het vertrek van Virginiie. les Adieux de Virginie". Handcol. engraving, publ. by A. Peduzzi, Amst., ±1820 (sm. closed tear). "View of Devonshire Abbey England/ Gezigt van de Abdey Devonshire". Handcol. engr. view, publ. by Arpels & Gabriels, Amst., ±1820. - AND 9 other popular prints, all Dutch publishers/ printers, i.a. Gebr. van Lier (no.42), Arpels & Gabriels & Co. ("Gezicht van Hauzen"); Gebr. Lourier ("Gezicht van de Plompe Toren te Utrecht"); P. Boscetti & Comp., Amst.; A. Poncia, Amst.
- Folded twice; closed marginal tears.
= With a series title above "Nieuwe Nederlandsche Kinderprenten". According to KVCS, Jacobs was only reseller of Brepols and Noman, but apparently also of Gangel.
AND 18 other catchpenny prints, all Dutch language, but with foreign printer/ publishers (or Dutch resellers), i.a. Pellerin (Epinal) and Oehmigke & Riemschneider (Neu Ruppin).
- Upper left corner dam., sl. affecting image; sm. hole on central horizontal fold; marginal just within the image.
= Showing contemporary and ancient costumes and people around the world.
- All cut short or cut out or in pieces.
- Partly w. (sm.) defects (frayed/ brittle etc.); a few prints laid down/ tipped onto mount.
= Various subjects. I.a. published by Brepols (Turnhout), J. Schuitemaker (Purmerend), H. van der Molen (Geldern), G. Kühn (Neu Ruppin), Olivier-Pinot (Épinal), Braun & Fr. Schneider (Munich) and H.M. van Dorp (Haarlem).
- Partly fine, partly w. tears or creases.
= I.a. by G. Kühn (Neu Ruppin), Jos. Scholz (Mainz), C. Burckhardt (Weissenburg), Oehmigke & Riemschneider (Neu Ruppin), Schaal & Wagner (Stuttgart).
= KVCS 4 (Jan Klaassen), 26, 36, 48 (Trap des Ouderdoms) (2x), 52, 53, 62, 67, 72, 83, 108 and 119.
AND 12 others published by Hemeleers/ Van Houter, Schaarbeek: no. 59, 60, 65, 101, 108, 113, 114, 117 (Trap des Ouderdoms), 119, 133, 147 and 155 (Alphabet).
- All cut in sections and tipped onto mount; no.6 lacks one ill.
= KVCS, p.788, no.6 ("Harlequin (...)", wrongfully attributed in KVCS to publ. Muller & comp., but in style identical to no.7), no.7. ("Akkerman"), 13 (Lambert Melisz), "Scharremeid" (only 4 of 8 illustrations), "Winter (...)" (four seasons), 8 male and female professions. Not in KVCS: "Winkeldochter" (8 female professions), "Wachtjespelen" (8 children's games), "Stafofficier Generaal (...)" (8 officers on horseback, perhaps not complete), "Sapeur Kolonel (...)" (8 Dutch military men), "Robinson Crusoe bid [sic] God om hulp" (8 scenes, perhaps not complete).
= I.a. battle scenes of the Prussian-Austrian War of 1866 (9x), Crimean War (1854, 10x), Franco-Prussian War of 1870/71 (16x), siege of Constantine, Algeria, 1837 (13x).
- Sl. foxed.
= Two series of 4 prints showing the uniforms of the German and French troops during the Franco-Prussian war of 1870.
"Die Bundestruppen im Feldzug 1866 No. 1/2". Two handcol. lithogr. catchpenny prints, both with 4 scenes each, publ. by the same, 1866.
= Showing the uniforms of Austrian and various German troops in the Austrian-Prussian war of 1866.
AND 16 others similar, showing troops of various nationalities, all publ. by Scholz.