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69 5932 Ostade A van 1610 1685 69 5932 Ostade A van 1610 1685
69/5932 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). The smoker and the drinker. Etching, ±1682, 7,8x6 cm., "Av.Ostade" in the plate.

- Fine impression, trimmed just outside/ on the platemark; margins strengthened w. tape on verso (not visible on recto).

= Hollstein/ Godefroy 24a, the 3rd state (of 5), before the strengthening of the borderline. With the collector's stamps of an unidentified collector and Quiring (Lugt 620a and 1041c).

€ (400-500) 400
69 5933 Overbeek L  1752 1815 69 5933 Overbeek L 1752 1815
69 5933 Overbeek L  1752 1815 69 5933 Overbeek L 1752 1815
69/5933 Overbeek, L. (1752-1815). (Four landscapes). Four (of 6) etchings, each ±19x15 cm, w. "Lndt[2x]/ Leend.[2x] Overbeek Fecit" and "1" to "4" in the plate below the image.

- Lacks plates no. 5 and 6; one plate stained; sl. soiled; formerly mounted.

= Etchings either from the series of six landscapes with cottages and figures or the series of six landscapes with animals and figures (Wurzbach 1 and 2).

€ (70-90) 100
69 5934 Passe I C de 1564 1637 69 5934 Passe I C de 1564 1637
69/5934 Passe I, C. de (1564-1637). St. Luke. St. John. Two engravings after G. GELDORP, 28,5x20,8 cm., 1x monogrammed in the plate, resp. numb. "3" and "4" in the plate.

- Both cut to the platemark; a few spots; sl;. fingersoiled.

= Two prints of the series of four evangelists. Hollstein 218 and 219.

€ (100-150)
69 5935 Passe III C de 1628 1679  attrib  69 5935 Passe III C de 1628 1679 attrib
69/5935 Passe III, C. de (1628-1679) (attrib.). (Saint Dominic receives the Rosary). Engraving, 28x18 cm., "C. van Pas f.", "Seb. Gouion ex." and w. engr. captions below.

- Verso traces of former mounting. = With collector's mark of C.D. Ginsburg on verso (Lugt 1145).

€ (50-70)
69 5936 Perelle G  1600 1677 and Perelle A  1640 1695 69 5936 Perelle G 1600 1677 and Perelle A 1640 1695
69 5936 Perelle G  1600 1677 and Perelle A  1640 1695 69 5936 Perelle G 1600 1677 and Perelle A 1640 1695
69 5936 Perelle G  1600 1677 and Perelle A  1640 1695 69 5936 Perelle G 1600 1677 and Perelle A 1640 1695
69 5936 Perelle G  1600 1677 and Perelle A  1640 1695 69 5936 Perelle G 1600 1677 and Perelle A 1640 1695
69 5936 Perelle G  1600 1677 and Perelle A  1640 1695 69 5936 Perelle G 1600 1677 and Perelle A 1640 1695
69 5936 Perelle G  1600 1677 and Perelle A  1640 1695 69 5936 Perelle G 1600 1677 and Perelle A 1640 1695
69/5936 Perelle, G. (1600-1677) and Perelle, A. (1640-1695). Veues des belles maisons de France. Paris, N. Langlois, (±1680), 183 engravings (of 274) on 179 lvs. (of 235), 15x23,5 to 19,5x29,7 cm., mostly titled and with the addresses of Langlois and Perelle and/ or occas. w. French text engraved below the image, partly titled and "avec privilige" in contemp. manuscript in pen and brown ink below the image, contemp. calf w. gilt spine and inside dentelles, obl. 4to.

- Lacks engr. title-p. and 91 engravings; occas. trifle foxed/ creased/ stained (mainly) in margins; one view ("Le pont Notre Dame et le Quay Pelletier") w. some surface dam. due to (vague) waterstain. Spine-ends dam.; corners showing; edges rubbed.

= Kat. Orn. Berlin 2483. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLVII.

BOUND WITH: Idem. Veues de Rome. Ibid., idem, (±1680), 16 engravings on 16 lvs., 16,5x22,7 cm., titled and with the addresses of Langlois and Perelle engraved below the image (Kat. Orn. Berlin 2483/ 2675). - AND WITH: 2 engravings by the same (of Venice and Madrid).

€ (1.500-2.500)
69 5937 Peroux J N  1771 1849 69 5937 Peroux J N 1771 1849
69/5937 Peroux, J.N. (1771-1849). (Rheinische Bilder). Lot of 12 (of 24) lithographs after N. VOGT, printed by the Susenbethschen Steindruckerei, Frankf. a.M., 1821.

- Tipped onto mounts, occas. margins cut short.

= One of the earlier lithographs, originally published in a portfolio with text leaves by N. Vogt (Frankf. a.M., Hermann). Winkler 611.3-26.

€ (100-150)
69 5938 Piloty F  1786 1844 69 5938 Piloty F 1786 1844
69/5938 Piloty, F. (1786-1844). "Albertus Durerus Noricus". Tinted lithograph after A. DÜRER, 50,2x38,3 cm., signed "Pilotj del." and titled on the stone, ±1820. - AND 5 other similar lithographs by the same after various artists, all portraits, i.a. of RAPHAEL and ANTHONY VAN DYCK.

= All early and large lithographs. I.a. Winkler 622.26 (Selfportrait Anthony van Dyck).

€ (100-150) 100
69 5939 Pinelli B  1781 1835 69 5939 Pinelli B 1781 1835
69/5939 Pinelli, B. (1781-1835). (Raccolta di No. 100 soggetti li più rimarchevoli dell'Istoria Romana). Rome, V. Poggioli, 1821, series of 100 line-engravings, each ±14x20 cm., bound in contemp. clothbacked limp boards.

- The engravings only, without the text part; sl. foxed. Frontcover knacked and loose.

= Rossetti 8205.

€ (70-90)
69 5940 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5940 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69/5940 Piranesi, G.B. (1720-1778). "Antichità di Cora". Etched and engraved title frontispiece, 1764, 41,2x27 cm.

- Partly foxed, especially in blank margins. = Focillon 537; WIlton-Ely 671.

€ (150-250) 160
69 5941 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5941 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69 5941 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5941 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69/5941 Piranesi, G.B. (1720-1778). "(...) Avanzo della gran Fabbrica sepolcrale, aggiunta al Mausoleo di Costanza". "Grand'Urna di marmo, creduta di Alessandro Severo, e di iulia Mamea sua madre". Two etchings from Le Antichità Romane, the second partly engr. by J. BARBAULT, 38x46/ 45x55,5 cm., both w. "Piranesi Archit. dis. ed inc." below, "Tom. II" and "XXII"/ "XXXIII" in upper corners, the second w. "Barbault scolpi le figure".

- Both on heavy, untrimmed paper, the first without watermark, the second w. doubly encircled fleur de lis watermark (contemp. impression); both w. waterstain in upper outer blank corner.

= Wilton-Ely 379/ 390; Focillon 344/ 255.

€ (150-250)
69 5942 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5942 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69/5942 Piranesi, G.B. (1720-1778). "Dimostrazioni dell'Emissario del Lago Albano". Etching from Descrizione e Disegno dell'Emissario del Lago Albano (publ. 1762), 40,7x55,5 cm., w. "Tav. V" and "Piranesi F."

- Trifle yellowed/ foxed in image, sl. foxed in blank margins.

= Decorative view of the inlet. The series comprises in total a title-p. and 9 large plates. Wilton-Ely 620, Focillon 487.

AND the large "Tav. III" from the same series, also titled "Dimostrazioni dell'Emissario (...)" showing sections, diagrams, elevations, and views w. people at work (trifle foxed).

€ (200-300)
69 5943 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5943 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69 5943 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5943 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69 5943 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5943 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69/5943 Piranesi, G.B. (1720-1778). "Dimostrazioni dell'Emissario del Lago Albano". Etching from Descrizione e Disegno dell'Emissario del Lago Albano (publ. 1762), 40,7x55,5 cm., w. "Tav. VI" and "Piranesi F."

- Closed tear in lower right corner, running ±2 cm. into image.

= Decorative view of the substructure of the inlet. The series comprises in total a title-p. and 9 large plates. Wilton-Ely 621, Focillon 488.

AND "Tav. II" and "Tav. IV" from the same series, both titled "Dimostrazioni dell'Emissario (...)", both showing diagrams, plans, elevations and sections, many showing people at work (all fine, only a few specks).

€ (250-350) 250
69 5944 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5944 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69/5944 Piranesi, G.B. (1720-1778). Frontispiece to vol. IV of Le Antichità Romane, etching, 40x53,5 cm., "Gio. Batta Piranesi invent. ed incise" engr. below the image and "II" and Tom. IV" in upper right corner.

- Fine, contemp. impression on heavy, untrimmed paper w. doubly encircled fleur de lis watermark; waterstained in both upper blank corners, sl. affecting the image in upper left corner; otherwise blak margins trifle/ sl. yellowed/ foxed.

= Wilton-Ely 471; Focillon 338. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLVIII.

€ (400-600) 400
69 5945 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5945 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69/5945 Piranesi, G.B. (1720-1778). "Lago Albano". Etching from Antichità d'Albano e di Castel Gandolfo (publ. 1764), 38,5x53,5 cm., w. "Tav. I" and "Piranesi F."

- Trifle yellowed/ foxed.

= Antique fragments from Albano, with inset view of Lake Albano and Castel Gandolfo on its shore. The series comprises in total a title-p., dedic. page and 27 large plates. Wilton-Ely 642, Focillon 509.

AND "Tav. XI" and "Tav. XII" from the same series, showing a plan and constructional diagrams of the amphitheatre erected by Domitian (1x double-p., 1x full-p., both fine).

€ (300-500) 325
69 5946 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5946 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69/5946 Piranesi, G.B. (1720-1778). "Parte dell'antica Via Appia in distanza da Porta S. Sebastiano (...)." Etching from Le Antichità Romane, 40x52 cm., w. engr. captions and "Piranesi Archit. del. et inc." below, "Tom. III" and "III" in upper corners.

- Fine copy, on paper w. Fleur de lis watermark.

= Plan of the Via Appia w. elevations of building alongside it. Wilton-Ely 423 (cf. watermark R33-40, ±1760-1790); Focillon 288.

AND no. VII from the same volume (full-p. etching showing Via Appia pavement).

€ (150-250)
69 5947 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5947 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69 5947 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5947 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69/5947 Piranesi, G.B. (1720-1778). "(...) Pianta degli avanzi del portico d'Ottavia, sorella d'Augusto (...)." "(...) Avanzo della facciata interiore del portico di Ottavia (...)." Two etchings from Le Antichità Romane, both ±39x58,5 cm., w. "Piranesi Archit. dis. inc." below, "Tom. IV" and "XXXIX"/ "XL" in upper corners.

- Both on paper w. Fleur de lis watermark. Both trifle/ sl. yellowed.

= Wilton-Ely 508 and 509 (cf. watermark R33-40, ±1760-1790); Focillon 375 and 376.

€ (200-300) 210
69 5948 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5948 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69 5948 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5948 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69/5948 Piranesi, G.B. (1720-1778). "(...) Pianta degli avanzi del portico d'Ottavia, sorella d'Augusto (...)." "(...) Veduta di uno de' fianchi della facciata del portico di Ottavia (...)." Two etchings from Le Antichità Romane, both ±39,5x59 cm., w. "Piranesi Archit. dis. inc.", and w. "Tom. IV" and "XXXIX"/ "XLI" in upper corners.

- The first on paper w. Fleur de lis watermark. The second partly trifle foxed in corners of image and sl. foxed in blank margins.

= Wilton-Ely 508 (watermark R32, 1756-1761) and 510; Focillon 375 and 377.

€ (200-300)
69 5949 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5949 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69 5949 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5949 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69/5949 Piranesi, G.B. (1720-1778). "Pianta di ampio magnifico Collegio formata sopra l'idea dell'antiche Palestre de' Greci, e Terme de' Romani (...)." Etching from Opere Varie, 60x44,5 cm., "Giambattista Piranesi inventore Scolpì" engr. in lower left corner.

- On paper w. Fleur de lis watermark. = Wilton-Ely 44 (cf. watermark R33-40, ±1760-1790); Focillon 121.

AND 4 others by the same: "Osservationi di Gio. Battista Piranesi sopra la Lettre de M. Mariette (...)" (etched title-p. for the eponymous work), "Section of the Window-side of the Anti-room (...)" (two etched sections on 1 leaf after R. ADAM, from The Works in Architecture of Robert and James Adam) and "Schema lapidum (...)" and "Romae in aedibus Barberinorum" (2 textlvs. from Lapides Capitolini, each w. half-p. etched vignette) (W.-E. 799/ 1012/ 555/ 556; F. 967/ not in F./ 423/ 424).

€ (200-300) 200
69 5950 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5950 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69 5950 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5950 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69/5950 Piranesi, G.B. (1720-1778). "Spaccato del Sepolcro di Alessandro Severo (...)". Etching from Le Antichità Romane, 38x46 cm., w. "Piranesi Archit. dis. ed inc." below, "Tom. II" and "XXXII" in upper corners.

- On heavy laid paper w. very vague Fleur de lis(?) watermark. Fine copy.

= Wilton-Ely 389 (watermark ?); Focillon 254.

AND 4 others from the same series: Tom. II no. XXVII "Pianta del Sepolcro de' Scipioni"; Tom. II no. XXXI "Pianta del Sepolcro di Alessandro Severo"; Tom. IV no. V "Pianta dell'Avanzo del Mausoleo di Adriano Imp.re ridotto poi in Fortezza, ed ora chiamata Castel Sant'Angelo" and Tom. IV no. XIII "Veduta dell'avanzo di una delle Pile del Ponte Trionfale composta di travertini, peperini, e tufi (...)" (all single-p., 2x w. Fleur de lis watermark).

€ (200-300)
69 5951 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5951 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69 5951 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5951 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69/5951 Piranesi, G.B. (1720-1778). "Spaccato del Sepolcro di Alessandro Severo." Etching from Le Antichità Romane, 38x46 cm., w. "Piranesi Archit. dis. ed inc." engr. below and "Tom. II" and "XXXII" in upper corners.

- Fine, contemp. impression on heavy, untrimmed paper w. doubly encircled fleur de lis watermark; two waterstains in blank margins

= Wilton-Ely 389; Focillon 254.

AND no. XXXVII from the same work: "Spaccato del Sepolcro antecedente [situato sull'antica Via Appia vicino alla Vigna Buonamici]" (contemp. impression; sl. yellowed; W.-E. 393).

€ (100-150)