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69 5872 Hooghe R de 1645 1708 69 5872 Hooghe R de 1645 1708
69/5872 Hooghe, R. de (1645-1708). "Nieuw Liedt, van de drie-dubbelde Kruysvaert van de Ridders en Grooten uyt uythangborden gesprooten." Etching, 16,5x24,7 cm., w. letterpress song in 2 columns below (leaf size 38x27,5 cm.).

- Formerly folded twice; remnants of former mount/ tipping-on; trifle spotted.

= Hollstein 163; Landwehr p.226; Dreesman II, p.429; F.M. 2792a (Febr. 1690): "Spotprent op de twisten tusschen Amsterdam en den Prins v. Oranje over de vermeende aanmatiging der Amsterdam. Magistraat ter benoeming harer eigen Schepenen volgens hare oude Privilegien (...)".

€ (70-90) 130
69 5873 Hooghe R de 1645 1708 69 5873 Hooghe R de 1645 1708
69/5873 Hooghe, R. de (1645-1708). "Vertrek van S.K.H. na Engeland; den 11. Nov. 1688." "Aankomst van S.K.H.D.P. van Orangie, den 15. en 16. Nov. in Engeland." Two etched views on 1 leaf, captions and cartouche between the images, total size 43,5x53,5 cm., Amst., J. Covens and C. Mortier, from DE LARREY, Geschiedenis van Engelandt (1730).

- Doubled; vertical line in blue crayon across etching; foxed (mostly in upper part). Mediocre copy.

= Landwehr, R.d.H. the Etcher 147, II; F.M. 2713b; Atlas van Stolk 2742; cf. Hollstein 142. Fine historical print of Willem III setting sail on a military expedition against James II of England, to prevent an alliance of this Roman Catholic king with Louis XIV of France against the Dutch Republic. Depicted are the depart from Brielle and the arrival at Brixham.

ADDED: 2 large 19th cent. col. lithogr. plates.

€ (70-90) 70
69 5874 Horses and horsemanship  Worth Th B  1834 1917 69 5874 Horses and horsemanship Worth Th B 1834 1917
69 5874 Horses and horsemanship  Worth Th B  1834 1917 69 5874 Horses and horsemanship Worth Th B 1834 1917
69/5874 [Horses and horsemanship]. Worth, Th.B. (1834-1917). "Dusted-and-Disgusted." Handcol. and gommé lithograph, heightened w. white, ±25x36 cm., lithogr. caption below image, signed on the stone, w. the address of Currier & Ives, New York.

- Yellowed; waterstained in lower blank margin.

AND 1 other similar publ. by the same: "Mr. Frank Work's Celebrated Team Edward and Swiveller. To Road Wagon, Winning a Wager of $1,000, against Time, 2:20, at the Gentlemen's Driving Park; N.Y. July 13th 1882. Trotting a Mile in 2:16¾, without a Skip or Break".

€ (300-500)
69/5875 Horses and horsemanship  Lot of 13 engravings 69/5875 Horses and horsemanship Lot of 13 engravings
69/5875 [Horses and horsemanship]. Lot of 13 engravings, 22,5x31 cm. to 26x35 cm., i.a. from W. CAVENDISH, Neu-eröffnete Reit-Bahn (Nürnberg, 1700).
€ (100-150) 100
69 5876 House of Orange  Aveele J van den ±1655 1727 69 5876 House of Orange Aveele J van den ±1655 1727
69/5876 [House of Orange]. Aveele, J. van den (±1655-1727). "Vertrek van H.H. Mevrouwe de Princesse van Oranje na Engeland." Etching, 35,5x55,5 cm., signed and dated in the plate "Joh. Vanden Aveele inv. et fecit 1689", 3 columns of letterpress text below in Dutch, French and English, total size 51x55,5 cm., Leyden, W. Tangena, 1689.

- Formerly folded; doubled w. Japanese, closing tears (on folds) and some sm. holes (sl. affecting text); the engraver's address and a leeboard next to it erased/ covered w. black ink.

= F.M. 2728: "Fraaije pl. (...) Zeldzaam." Fine view of the departing fleet that would bring Maria Stuart from Briel (seen in the background) to her husband, the newly proclaimed King Willem III of England. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLIII.

€ (600-800) 600
69/5877 House of Orange  Lyk staetsie van zyne doorluchtigste Hoogheid den Heere Willem IV Carel Hendrik Friso Prince van Orange en Nassau  gehouden den IV Februari 1752 69/5877 House of Orange Lyk staetsie van zyne doorluchtigste Hoogheid den Heere Willem IV Carel Hendrik Friso Prince van Orange en Nassau gehouden den IV Februari 1752
69/5877 [House of Orange]. (Lyk-staetsie van zyne doorluchtigste Hoogheid den Heere Willem [IV] Carel Hendrik Friso, Prince van Orange en Nassau... gehouden den IV Februari 1752). Lot of 12 (of 41) engravings by J. PUNT after P.J. VAN CUYCK, 1755, each ±27,3x57,5 cm. (platemark).

- All with central vertical fold; occas. (sl.) soiled.

= Present are nos. 14-19, 23-28. Part of the funeral procession of William IV, stadtholder of Hollland, including the plate with the carriage carrying the coffin. FM 4032.

€ (100-150)
69/5878 House of Orange  Plegtige intogt van Z M Koning Willem de Tweede door de Nieuwe Willems Poort te Amsterdam op den 27 November 1840 Inhuldiging van Z M Koning Willem de Tweede in de Nieuwe69/5878 House of Orange Plegtige intogt van Z M Koning Willem de Tweede door de Nieuwe Willems Poort te Amsterdam op den 27 November 1840 Inhuldiging van Z M Koning Willem de Tweede in de Nieuwe
69/5878 House of Orange  Plegtige intogt van Z M Koning Willem de Tweede door de Nieuwe Willems Poort te Amsterdam op den 27 November 1840 Inhuldiging van Z M Koning Willem de Tweede in de Nieuwe69/5878 House of Orange Plegtige intogt van Z M Koning Willem de Tweede door de Nieuwe Willems Poort te Amsterdam op den 27 November 1840 Inhuldiging van Z M Koning Willem de Tweede in de Nieuwe
69/5878 [House of Orange]. "Plegtige intogt van Z.M. Koning Willem de Tweede door de Nieuwe Willems-Poort te Amsterdam op den 27 November 1840". "Inhuldiging van Z:M: Koning Willem de Tweede in de Nieuwe Kerk te Amsterdam op den 28 November 1840". Two contemp. handcol. lithogr. views, each 23,5x33,4 cm., publ. by A. Judels, Amst., ±1840.

- First print vague folds and sl. soiled in margins.

€ (70-90)
69/5879 House of Orange  Portret van Maurits in ovaal als op een schild met zeer vele arabesken en de namen van alle zijne overwinningen tot op den Slag v Nieuwpoort 69/5879 House of Orange Portret van Maurits in ovaal als op een schild met zeer vele arabesken en de namen van alle zijne overwinningen tot op den Slag v Nieuwpoort
69/5879 [House of Orange]. Portret van Maurits in ovaal, als op een schild, met zeer vele arabesken en de namen van alle zijne overwinningen tot op den Slag v. Nieuwpoort. Engraving by N. VAN GEELKERCKEN, 44,6x35,7 cm., w. an engr. poem by F. GROTIUS in 4 elongated oval cartouches (one in each corner), early 17th cent.

- Some closed marginal tears, 2x affecting image (right margin along former horizontal fold and lower right corner); w. ms. annot./ verse in pen and brown ink below image, dated "1760"; sm. owner's ticket "Verz: L. Smith" in lower left blank corner.

= Hollstein 8; F.M. 1153; Van Someren 195. Rare and spectacular portrait, showing Prince Maurits in a rich scrollwork cartouche in an elaborate allegorical surrounding.

€ (200-300)
69 5880 Huchtenburg J van 1647 1733 69 5880 Huchtenburg J van 1647 1733
69/5880 Huchtenburg, J. van (1647-1733). "Lustratio Exercitus ad Arenacum. Heirschouw van Koning Wiljam by Arnhem." Etching, 41,5x59 cm. (image), engr. captions below.

- Trimmed in lower margin, w. loss of 5 lines of caption (2 lines remain); left and right margins soiled/ frayed and w. some closed tears (sl. affecting image); trifle creased.

= F.M. 2837b; Hollstein 10 ("Military review of William III, King of England near Arnhem, 1691"). Lively view with a parade of officers on horseback and families having a picknick in the foreground.

AND 9 others, i.a. a large engr. battle scene "La vertu plaist quoy que vaincue" by B. PICAULT BLESENSIS after C. LE BRUN (dam. in upper left corner).

€ (70-90) 240
69/5881 Insects  Lot of 49 handcol engr plates 69/5881 Insects Lot of 49 handcol engr plates
69/5881 [Insects]. Lot of 49 handcol. engr. plates: 40 plates probably from an edition of J.E. VOET, Beschreibung und Abbildungen hartschaliger Insekten (±1790), 8 similar plates from an unidentified 18th cent. work and 1 plate from J.F. BRANDT and W.F. ERICHSON, Monographia generis Meloes (publ. 1831).

- Occas. sl. foxed. All but the last plate without textp.; mostly bound in quires.

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLIV.

€ (250-350) 250
69 5882 Jacque Ch E  1813 1894 69 5882 Jacque Ch E 1813 1894
69/5882 Jacque, Ch.E. (1813-1894). (Landscape with a horseman, pigs and a cow). Etching on chine collé, 6,8x11 cm., signed "Ch. Jacque" in the plate. - AND 17 other prints by the same (3x), TH. CHAUVEL (2x) and after N. FIELDING by DELPECH from Receuil d'animaux (12x, ±1830).
€ (100-150)
69 5883 Jazet J P M  1788 1871 69 5883 Jazet J P M 1788 1871
69/5883 Jazet, J.P.M. (1788-1871). "Le soldat laboureur." Etching and aquatint after H. VERNET, 59x46 cm., w. engr. caption below, Paris, Jazet, ±1820.

- Yellowed/ soiled (mainly visible in blank margins); a few rubbed specks. = Impressive picture of a tattooed farmer.

McArdell, J. (±1729-1765). (Time clipping the wings of Love). Mezzotint after A. VAN DYCK, 51x35,5 cm., caption below the image, without address, ±1750.

- Tipped onto paper mount along left outer margin; sm. tear in upper left blank corner.

AND 9 other (large) mezzotints, i.a. with mythological scenes.

€ (100-150) 220
69 5884 Jode II P de 1601 1667 69 5884 Jode II P de 1601 1667
69/5884 Jode II, P. de (1601-1667). Lambert de Rycke, theologian in Bergen op Zoom. Engr. oval portrait ON SILK after W. DE ROUCK, 37,5x26,5 cm., w. the address of P. Loijmans, 1658.

- Ample margins; small waterstain in lower blank margin, just crossing platemark; vague horizontal fold; sm. rubbed spot in De Rycke's hair.

= Hollstein 152; F.M. 4652.

€ (70-90) 110
69 5885 Jode G de 1509 or 1517 1591  publ  69 5885 Jode G de 1509 or 1517 1591 publ
69/5885 Jode, G. de (1509 or 1517-1591) (publ.). (The twelve prophets). Series of 4 engravings w. each 3 prophets, each 21,3x27,8 cm., 1x "Gerar. de Iode Excudebat" in the plate, each w. engr. captions below.

- Fine impressions w. ample margins. Sl. (dust)soiled, especially blank margins; blank margins sl. frayed. One print w. surface dam., w. loss of caption.

€ (80-100) 80
69 5886 Jongkind J B  1819 1891 69 5886 Jongkind J B 1819 1891
69/5886 Jongkind, J.B. (1819-1891). Batavia. Drypoint, 12,2x19,2 cm., signed "Jongkind 1868" and "Imp. Salmon" in the plate, framed.

- Sl. yellowed. = Delteil 16, the second state (of 2). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLIV.

€ (700-900) 700
69/5887 Judaica and hebraica  Plechtigheden van het feest Purim Esther kap IX 69/5887 Judaica and hebraica Plechtigheden van het feest Purim Esther kap IX
69/5887 Judaica and hebraica  Plechtigheden van het feest Purim Esther kap IX 69/5887 Judaica and hebraica Plechtigheden van het feest Purim Esther kap IX
69/5887 Judaica and hebraica  Plechtigheden van het feest Purim Esther kap IX 69/5887 Judaica and hebraica Plechtigheden van het feest Purim Esther kap IX
69/5887 [Judaica and hebraica]. "Plechtigheden van het feest Purim. Esther. kap. IX." Engraving, 30x41,5 cm., from A. CALMET, Het algemeen groot historisch (...) naam- en woord-boek van den ganschen H. Bybel, ±1730.

- Sl. yellowed/ trifle foxed.

AND 14 others, mainly handcol. 18th cent. engr., i.a. from (a foreign ed. of) the same work (i.a. "Het Pascha der Jooden", "Houwelyks Plegtigheden by de Jooden" and 4 costume prints), "D'Oprechting des Tabernakels in de Woestyne Sina (...)" (from F, HALMA, Kanaän en d'omleggende landen, 1717), "Cérémonies des Juifs le jour du Sabbat" (±1850) and "Gezicht van de Portugeesche Jooden-Kerk, van de Breestraat te zien, tot Amsterdam" (from FOUQUET, ±1780).

€ (100-150) 1500
69 5888 Laer P de 1592 1642 69 5888 Laer P de 1592 1642
69/5888 Laer, P. de (1592-1642). The mules at the door of a stable. Etching from the series of 8 different animals, 11,8x16,9 cm.

- Trimmed within the plate-mark; remains of tape in blank margins of corners. Good impression on 17th cent. thin laid paper w. unidentified watermark.

= Hollstein 8, the 1st state (of 2) before the number.

AND 4 other sm. etchings by the same (Hollstein 15, lower margin cut short), C. BEGA (Hollstein 12), TH. WIJCK (Hollstein 2) and an unidentified artist.

€ (100-150) 240
69 5889 Lande W van ±1610 1650 69 5889 Lande W van ±1610 1650
69/5889 Lande, W. van (±1610-1650). The set of the cavalry-engagements. Series of 6 engravings, each 14x20 cm., "W.v. Lande fecit" and "C.J. V[isscher] excude." in the plate.

- Formerly bound together (left blank margin w. stitching holes); all w. vertical fold; first 3 engravings (vaguely) waterst.; one engr. blank margins frayed/ sl. torn.

= Hollstein 2-7, first state (of 2).

€ (100-150) 170
69 5890 Langendijk D  1748 1805  after 69 5890 Langendijk D 1748 1805 after
69/5890 Langendijk, D. (1748-1805) (after). (Soldiers in a forest). Etching, 3,5x4,7 cm., "D. Langendijk fec. 1777" in the plate below the image.

- Yellowed.

= Rare. Dirk Langendijk was a draughtsman, painter and etcher from Rotterdam, mainly of political and military scenes.

€ (100-150) 110
69 5891 Le Clerc J  1587/88 1633  publ  69 5891 Le Clerc J 1587/88 1633 publ
69/5891 Le Clerc, J. (1587/88-1633) (publ.). "Listoire de Hester". Set of 4 engravings, each ±13x17 cm., each w. engr. dec. border w. captions in French and w. Latin captions below image, w. engr. numb. "1"/ "2"/ "4" (print 3 numb. in pen and brown ink), the first print w. "I. le Clerc excudit" in the plate, bound together in modern chintz boards, obl. 8vo.

- No watermark detected; washed, w. almost completely trimmed off ms. numbering ("49"-"52") in pen and brown ink in upper blank margin still vaguely visible; two sheets w. restored tear, 1x in lower margin, sl. affecting Latin caption, 1x in inner margin, running ±2 cm. into image.

= Sheet 1 w. "Listoire de Hester" and "Hester, choisie pour Royne", 2 w. "Aman est en credit vers le Roy", 3 w. "Hester prosternee auy pieds du Roy" and 4 w. "Aman acuse par Hester est pandu".

€ (200-300)