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69 5952 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5952 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69/5952 Piranesi, G.B. (1720-1778). "Veduta del Ponte d'Elio Adriano, oggi detto S. Angelo, dalla parte del Castello verso la Strada de' Banchi." Etching from Le Antichità Romane, 39x59 cm., engr. captions and "Piranesi Archit. dis. et incise" below and "Tom. IV" and "XII" in upper left corner.

- Fine, contemp. impression on heavy, untrimmed paper w. doubly encircled fleur de lis watermark; small waterstain in upper outer blank margin.

= Wilton-Ely 480: Focillon 347. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLVIII.

€ (400-600) 400
69 5953 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5953 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69 5953 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5953 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69/5953 Piranesi, G.B. (1720-1778). "Veduta della Magnifica Sostruzione fabricata per regger la falda del Monte, e per render la Via Appia più commoda e meno declive (...)." Etching from Antichità d'Albano e di Castel Gandolfo (publ. 1764), 38,5x53,5 cm., w. "Cavalier Piranesi F." in lower corner.

- Sl. rubbed along flattened middle fold; sl. foxed in outer blank margins.

= Nice perspective view showing the foundation of the Via Appia and the road itself near La Riccia, no. XXVII but sometimes unnumbered in the plate. The series comprises in total a title-p., dedic. page and 27 large plates. This view added after the 1764 edition, "as a result of observations communicated to Piranesi by the Scottish antiquary Andrew Lumisden" (Wilton-Ely). Probably printed early 19th century. Wilton-Ely 670, Focillon 536bis.

AND "Tav. XVI" and "Tav. XXV" from the same series, showing a section of a wall of an ancient pool/ showing part of the Via Appia from a bird's eye perspective (both full-p., 2nd sl. yellowed).

€ (200-300) 200
69 5954 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5954 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69 5954 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5954 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69 5954 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5954 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69/5954 Piranesi, G.B. (1720-1778). "Veduta interna della Camera sepolcrale nella Vigna Casali a Porta S. Sebastiano." Etching from Le Antichità Romane, 37,5x50,5 cm., "Piranesi Architetto dis. ed inc." engr. below and "Tom. II" and "LVI" in upper right corner.

- Fine, contemp. impression on heavy, untrimmed paper w. doubly encircled fleur de lis watermark; trifle yellowed/ spotted in blank margins.

= Interior view of the tomb chamber in the Casali vineyards at Porta San Sebastiano. Wilton-Ely 413; Focillon 278.

AND nos. XLII and XLIII from vol. IV of the same work: "Dimostrazione in grande di alcune delle parti della facciata dell'ingresso principale del portico d'Ottavia" and "Dimostrazione in grande di alcune delle parti del Portico d'Ottavia" (2 etchings, contemp. impressions; W.-E. 511 and 512).

€ (300-500) 325
69 5955 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5955 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69/5955 Piranesi, G.B. (1720-1778). "Veduta interna di una delle tre Sale sepolcrali credute della Famiglia di Augusto." Etching from Le Antichità Romane, printed from 2 plates (image/ captions), total size 42,5x52 cm., "Piranesi Archit(etto). dis. e(d) inc." engr. below in both plates, "Tom. II" and "XLII" in upper corners of upper plate.

- Fine, contemp. impression on heavy, untrimmed paper w. doubly encircled fleur de lis watermark; fine copy.

= Interior view of three large tomb chambers thought to belong to the household of Augustus. Wilton-Ely 399; Focillon 264.

€ (150-250) 150
69 5956 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 69 5956 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
69/5956 Piranesi, G.B. (1720-1778). Lot of 9 etchings, from Della Magnificenza ed Architettura de' Romani (publ. 1761), ±37x23,5 cm. (7x)/ ±40x61 cm. (2x, double-p.), all but 1 w. "Piranesi F."

- Plate XXXVII yellowed; some smaller prints sl. yellowed/ trifle foxed in blank margins.

= Tab. I (Studies of the substructure op the Capitoline Hill), II (The mouth, or outlet, of the Cloaca maxima [the great drain] into the Tiber), III (Plan, section and elevation of the Cloaca Maxima), XXIII, XXIV (both showing three diagrams of Doric temple construction), XXXI (Le Roy's Greek columns compared with Etruscan and Roman examples), XXXV (Roman architectural details compared with Greek examples from Le Roy), XXXVI (Plan showing the location of the Circus Maximus) and XXXVII (Constructional details of entrance porch to a Tuscan temple (...)). In the 1750s, there was an increasing advocacy of Greek art and architecture as superior to those of Rome. Della Magnificenza is Piranesi's defence of Roman and Etruscan architecture and ornament, in particular directed against J.D. Le Roy's work Les Ruines des plus beaux monuments de la Grèce of 1758. Wilton-Ely 761-763, 783, 784, 791, 795-797; Focillon 933-935, 952, 953, 959, 963-965.

€ (200-300) 200
69 5957 Pitteri G M  1702 1786 69 5957 Pitteri G M 1702 1786
69/5957 Pitteri, G.M. (1702-1786). (Mary reading). Engraving after C. MARATTA, 30,5x22 cm., engr. captions below.

- Upper margin trimmed just inside the image (reinforced w. paper on verso).

Zancon, G. (1771-1816). (The hairdressing). (Stipple-)engraving after IL DOMENICHINO, 13x16,7 cm., engr. captions below. - AND 19 others, i.a. by G. ZANCON, G. LONGHI, J. NEGRETTI (bookillustration) and F. BEARARDI.

€ (100-150) 100
69 5958 Poilly F  ±1622 1693 69 5958 Poilly F ±1622 1693
69/5958 Poilly, F. (±1622-1693). "The Holy Family." Engraving after N. POUSSIN, 44x31 cm., London, J. Boydell, 1779. - AND ±50 others, mainly 18th cent., nearly all bookillustrations, i.a. after D. TENIERS by F. VAN STEEN, LE BLOND, BENARD, J. LUIKEN and L. GAULTIER.
€ (100-150) 190
69/5959 Portraits  Elisabetha Regina Borussiae  69/5959 Portraits Elisabetha Regina Borussiae
69/5959 Portraits  Elisabetha Regina Borussiae  69/5959 Portraits Elisabetha Regina Borussiae
69/5959 Portraits  Elisabetha Regina Borussiae  69/5959 Portraits Elisabetha Regina Borussiae
69/5959 [Portraits]. "Elisabetha Regina Borussiae (...)". Handcol. engr. portrait by H. SPERLING, 28,7x18,3 cm., publ. by J.C. Leopold, Ausgburg, ±1733,

= Wife of kind Frederick II of Prussia.

"Wilhelm Prinz-Regent von Preussen". Lithogr. portrait by F. SCHWABE, 44,5x35,5 cm., publ. by A. Sacco, Berlin, ±1858,

- Foxed and soiled in margins; sm. closed marginal tear.

= William (1797-1888) became a regent for king Frederick William IV of Prussia in 1858 until his death in 1861. After the Franco-German War of 1870 he became emperor of Germany.

"Elisabeth Kronprinzessin von Preussen". Large lithogr. portrait by GROHS, 46,4x37,2 cm., without address, ±1830.

- Lower margin cut short. = Wife of the later king Frederick William IV of Prussia.

AND 12 other portraits of members of the royal family of Prussia, all 19th cent., i.a. of Frederick II, Frederick III with his family, emperor WiIlliam II with his family (2 large chromolithographs).

€ (80-100) 80
69 5960 Portraits  Gerardus Mercator  Iudocus Hondius  69 5960 Portraits Gerardus Mercator Iudocus Hondius
69/5960 [Portraits]. "Gerardus Mercator (...) Iudocus Hondius (...)." Handcol. engr. portrait within elaborate architectural strapwork border, 38x44,5 cm., Amst., J. Hondius, 1613 or later.

- Yellowed; creased along flattened middle fold, w. unobtrusive restorations at lower end; a few closed marginal tears.

= The famous double-portrait of Gerard Mercator and Jodocus Hondius. It was engraved by Coletta Hondius (born Van der Keere), in tribute to her late husband, who had died in 1612, and appeared in the Mercator/ Hondius atlas from 1613 onwards. Another copy of this portrait is offered as lot number 6195. Van der Krogt/ Koeman I, p.34-35.

€ (400-600)
69/5961 Portraits  M Luther 69/5961 Portraits M Luther
69/5961 Portraits  M Luther 69/5961 Portraits M Luther
69/5961 [Portraits]. "M. Luther". Mezzotint portrait by J.J. FREIDHOF after L. Cranach, 41,2x27 cm. (platemark), publ. by the artist, Berlin. 1801.

- Diagonal fold in upper left corner.

AND 9 other portraits, 7x of the same and 2x of Philip Melanchton, various techniques (i.a. a large chromolithogr. portrait), all 19th cent.

€ (80-100) 80
69/5962 Portraits  Mahmud II Gross Sultan Kaiser der Ottomannen 69/5962 Portraits Mahmud II Gross Sultan Kaiser der Ottomannen
69/5962 [Portraits]. "Mahmud II. Gross-Sultan. Kaiser der Ottomannen". Handcol. lithogr. portrait, 38x32,5 cm., publ. by J. Scholz, Mainz, ±1830.

- Sl. soiled; a few sm. stains; horizontal central fold, strengthened at the edges on verso.

€ (70-90) 70
69/5963 Portraits  Noti Botzaris L'un des Chefs Grecs qui combattent le plus vaillamment pour la liberté de leur Patrie 69/5963 Portraits Noti Botzaris L'un des Chefs Grecs qui combattent le plus vaillamment pour la liberté de leur Patrie
69/5963 [Portraits]. "Noti-Botzaris. L'un des Chefs Grecs qui combattent le plus vaillamment pour la liberté de leur Patrie". Lithogr. portrait by BES after A.L. GIRODET DE ROUSSY-TRIOSON, 50,5x38,5 cm. (incl. captions), publ. and printed by G. Engelmann, Paris, 1825.

- Margins foxed and waterstained. = Rare. Early lithograph.

€ (100-150) 1300
69/5964 Portraits  Lot of ±30 lvs with one or several engr portraits 69/5964 Portraits Lot of ±30 lvs with one or several engr portraits
69/5964 [Portraits]. Lot of ±30 lvs. with one or several engr. portraits, (late) 18th cent., i.a. by H.J. LIPS and D. BERGER after D. CHODOWIECKI, leaf size mostly ±35x25 cm.

= Incl. studies of faces and portraits of i.a. Martin Luther, Julius Caesar, Lohn Locke, Comte de Stadion and Charles XII of Sweden.

€ (60-80) 60
69/5965 Portraits  Lot of ±35 engr portraits 69/5965 Portraits Lot of ±35 engr portraits
69/5965 [Portraits]. Lot of ±35 engr. portraits, i.a. by/ after W. DELFF, J. HOUBRAKEN, L. QUENTIN and D. SLUYTER, various sizes, 17th-19th cent., loose in modern album.

- Occas. trifle foxed/ yellowed; mostly fine.

= With portraits and monumental graves of mainly Dutch historic figures (incl. many writers), i.a. of Johannes Boskoop, Simon Episcopius, Lieve Geelvinck, Constantijn Huygens, Diderik Munter, Gerlachus Suikers and Jan Wagenaar.

€ (50-70) 80
69/5966 Portraits  Lot of ±40 portraits 69/5966 Portraits Lot of ±40 portraits
69/5966 Portraits  Lot of ±40 portraits 69/5966 Portraits Lot of ±40 portraits
69/5966 Portraits  Lot of ±40 portraits 69/5966 Portraits Lot of ±40 portraits
69/5966 Portraits  Lot of ±40 portraits 69/5966 Portraits Lot of ±40 portraits
69/5966 Portraits  Lot of ±40 portraits 69/5966 Portraits Lot of ±40 portraits
69/5966 [Portraits]. Lot of ±40 portraits, various techniques and sizes, mostly 19th cent. (a few 18th).

= I.a. "Friedrich August König von Sachsen" (large lithogr. by F. HANFSTAENGL, 1842), "Grafianka Plater/ Gräfin Plater" (handcol. lithogr., ±1840), "Josipa Barona Jelacica/ Joseph Freiherr von Jelacic" (tint. lithogr. by J. FLEICKE, 1848), "Franz Joseph I, Kaiser von Oesterreich etc." (lithogr. by PRINZHOFER, 1848), "Queen Victoria. Albert prince of Wales" (engr. after R. THORBURN, ±1845), "General Garibaldi" (tint. lithogr., publ. by E.G. May & Wirsing), "Hussein Pascha oder der wiederauferstandene und zurückgekehrte Napoleon" (lithogr., publ. by E. Schule, ±1830),"Ernst II, Herzog von Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha" (handcol. lithogr., publ. by J. Scholz) and a large chromolithogr. portrait of Field Marshall Helmut von Moltke the Elder.

€ (100-150) 350
69/5967 Portraits  Lot of over 100 portraits of mennonite theologians and clergymen 69/5967 Portraits Lot of over 100 portraits of mennonite theologians and clergymen
69/5967 Portraits  Lot of over 100 portraits of mennonite theologians and clergymen 69/5967 Portraits Lot of over 100 portraits of mennonite theologians and clergymen
69/5967 Portraits  Lot of over 100 portraits of mennonite theologians and clergymen 69/5967 Portraits Lot of over 100 portraits of mennonite theologians and clergymen
69/5967 [Portraits]. Lot of over 100 portraits of mennonite theologians and clergymen, mostly Dutch, a few foreign, 17th-19th cent., various techniques and sizes. - AND a few portraits of early protestant reformers i.a. Calvin.

- With various (sm.) defects.

= I.a. 30 portraits of Jan Nieuwenhuyzen and a portrait of Lubbert Gerritsz by W. DELFF.

€ (100-150) 250
69/5968 Portraits  Lot of ±130 portraits 69/5968 Portraits Lot of ±130 portraits
69/5968 Portraits  Lot of ±130 portraits 69/5968 Portraits Lot of ±130 portraits
69/5968 [Portraits]. Lot of ±130 portraits, 17th-early 20th cent. but mainly 18th cent., mainly engr./ lithogr., incl. quite some by J. HOUBRAKEN, mainly of Dutch notables.

- Occas. small defects, some portraits mounted or tipped on mount.

= Incl. political men (mainly Amsterdam mayors and such), painters, writers and aristocrats. I.a. an engr. portrait by L. VORSTERMAN of "Petrus de Iode calcographus et delineator Antverpiensis" (after A. VAN DYCK; (sl.) foxed), a fine large mezzotint portrait of a gentleman by J.G. HAID (after REMBRANDT; London, 1765. Sl. rubbed), 2 large mezzotint pendant portraits of prince Frederik of Orange-Nassau and princess Louise of Prussia (±1850), 4 engr. portraits (from a series) of Amsterdam mayors and East Indian Company governors (by J. HOUBRAKEN after J. WANDELAAR, publ. I. Tirion, ±1760), 2 small engr. portraits of George Washington (ident., by J. VINKELES) and 2 of Benjamin Franklin, and an engr. portrait by P.CH. LEVESQUE of centenarian "Jean Causeur, boucheur de profession, âgé de cent trente ans (...)" (1772).

€ (200-300) 275
69/5969 Portraits  Lot of ±150 portraits of 19th century Dutch men 69/5969 Portraits Lot of ±150 portraits of 19th century Dutch men
69/5969 [Portraits]. Lot of ±150 portraits of 19th century Dutch men, various techniques, mostly (early) lithographs, various sizes, all 19th cent. (mostly 1800-1880).

- Most prints w. (sm.) defects, i.a. foxed, sl. frayed or soiled.

= I.a. scientists, politicians and officials.

€ (150-250) 220
69 5970 Portraits  Lot of ±160 portraits of Dutch theologians clergymen and preachers 69 5970 Portraits Lot of ±160 portraits of Dutch theologians clergymen and preachers
69 5970 Portraits  Lot of ±160 portraits of Dutch theologians clergymen and preachers 69 5970 Portraits Lot of ±160 portraits of Dutch theologians clergymen and preachers
69 5970 Portraits  Lot of ±160 portraits of Dutch theologians clergymen and preachers 69 5970 Portraits Lot of ±160 portraits of Dutch theologians clergymen and preachers
69 5970 Portraits  Lot of ±160 portraits of Dutch theologians clergymen and preachers 69 5970 Portraits Lot of ±160 portraits of Dutch theologians clergymen and preachers
69/5970 [Portraits]. Lot of ±160 portraits of Dutch theologians, clergymen and preachers, 17th-19th cent., various techniques (mostly engr. or lithogr.), incl. duplicates or proofs before letters.

= The majority protestants, a few catholic. A few with manuscript signature.

€ (150-250) 150
69 5971 Portraits  Lot of ±180 portraits of Dutch professors 69 5971 Portraits Lot of ±180 portraits of Dutch professors
69 5971 Portraits  Lot of ±180 portraits of Dutch professors 69 5971 Portraits Lot of ±180 portraits of Dutch professors
69 5971 Portraits  Lot of ±180 portraits of Dutch professors 69 5971 Portraits Lot of ±180 portraits of Dutch professors
69 5971 Portraits  Lot of ±180 portraits of Dutch professors 69 5971 Portraits Lot of ±180 portraits of Dutch professors
69/5971 [Portraits]. Lot of ±180 portraits of Dutch professors, late 16th-19th cent., various techniques and sizes, incl. duplicates.

- Occas. w. (sm.) defects.

€ (200-300) 200