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69 6092 Visscher J de 1633 after 1692 69 6092 Visscher J de 1633 after 1692
69 6092 Visscher J de 1633 after 1692 69 6092 Visscher J de 1633 after 1692
69 6092 Visscher J de 1633 after 1692 69 6092 Visscher J de 1633 after 1692
69 6092 Visscher J de 1633 after 1692 69 6092 Visscher J de 1633 after 1692
69/6092 Visscher, J. de (1633-after 1692). River landscapes. Title-etching from the series of twelve River landscapes after J. VAN GOYEN, 12x19,3 cm., w. engr. caption "Regiunculae Amoenissimae/ Eleganter delineatae a Johanne van Goyen et aeri incisae per Johannem de Visscher", "N. Visscher excudit" and numb. "1" below.

- Trimmed near the borderline, the 't' of 'excudit' eliminated; tiny portions of lower left blank corner torn off; tipped onto mount.

= Hollstein 30, only state: "In stock-list of Claes Claesz Visscher II [after 1682]: Landtschapboeckje".

AND 10 other etchings, 17th/ 18th cent., mainly landscapes, i.a. by S. DELLA BELLA, W. HOLLAR after P. BRILL (some imperfections), F. MILÉ and A.F. BAUDOUIN and a small anonymous landscape with two lovers under a tree, an old woman standing on watch.

€ (100-150) 100
69 6093 Visscher L  1631 1691 69 6093 Visscher L 1631 1691
69/6093 Visscher, L. (1631-1691). (Portrait of Johan de Liefde). Etching and engraving after B. VANDER HELST, 56,7x42,8 cm., "J.v.Vondel Agrippiner", framed.

- Not examined outside frame. = Hollstein 16, 3rd and final state.

€ (100-150)
69 6094 Vivares F  1709 1780 69 6094 Vivares F 1709 1780
69/6094 Vivares, F. (1709-1780). (Landscapes). Lot of 23 etchings from various series, ±1738/ 1739, 7,8x12,5 to 7,3x16,8 cm.

- Occas. sl. yellowed.

€ (100-150)
69 6095 Vliet J J van act ±1628 1637 69 6095 Vliet J J van act ±1628 1637
69/6095 Vliet, J.J. van (act. ±1628-1637). (Beggars). Nine (of 10) etchings from the series The Beggars after REMBRANDT VAN RIJN, 1632, each ±9x6,4 cm., all "JG van Vliet inv.", title w. "JG van Vliet fec. 1632") in the plate.

- Good impressions, all cut to/ on the platemark; all prints (sl.) foxed; 2 prints browned; beggar woman playing the violin doubled and w. two dam. spots in left margin; 2 prints w. ms. annots. in pencil in margin just touching the image. Tipped together onto one mount.

= Hollstein 73-82, 1st-6th state (lacks no. 75; incl. one duplicate). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CLIII.

€ (300-500) 300
69 6096 Vliet J J van act ±1628 1637 69 6096 Vliet J J van act ±1628 1637
69/6096 Vliet, J.J. van (act. ±1628-1637). (Various full-length figures). Twelve of 14 etchings from the series Various full-length figures, each ±9,4x6,6 cm., title w. "JG van Vliet fec. 1635" in the plate.

- Good impressions, all cut to/ on the platemark; 3 prints browned and 4 foxed; all w. collector's stamp of Friedrich August II, King of Saxony in lower right corner (often cut short) (Lugt 971). Tipped together onto two mounts.

= Hollstein 59-70, 1st-3rd state (lacks nos. 71 and 72). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CLIII.

€ (500-700)
69/6097 De Waereld 69/6097 De Waereld
69/6097 De Waereld 69/6097 De Waereld
69/6097 "De Waereld." Large engraving by T. KONING after J.G. VISSER, 49x64 cm., ±1790.

- Sm. tear in image and at both ends of middle fold; waterstain in lower blank margin.

= Decorative scene showing the goddess Gaia surrounded by four columns symbolizing the four continents and by the various peoples of the earth.

"Eere-prent ter gedachtenisse voor de inwoonders van gantsch Nederlandt over het geven hunner liberale giften van de 50. penning. Ten diensten van den landen, in het jaar 1747." Broadside, 50x37 cm., letterpress text in 2 columns below an allegorical engraving (29x36,5 cm.) by J. SMIT, Amst., S. van Esveldt, 1747.

- Old folds (on two places w. sm. dam. spot); margins creased/ sl. frayed. = F.M. 3915.

AND 15 others, 17th/ 18th cent., i.a. of allegorical/ caricatural/ satirical nature, i.a. "Fabel van de Koeyen, de Herder, en de Wolf" (engr. w. letterpress text below, Amst., C. Heerschops, 1684); 2 diff. copies of the engr. title to the Groot Placaet-Boeck (ed. 1658 and 1664), the title to Chronicon Historiam Catholicam complectens (1729), an engraving by F. VAN DER STEEN after MICHELANGELO showing the dream of Michelangelo (from a large series Theatrum Pictorium by D. TENIERS) and 2 copies of "De Inbeelding; Heersseres van't Rookverkopers-gild, Maald Missisippi hier, 't geen Vrankryks schat verspild" and 2 reverse copies of "De Wind Koopers met Wind Betaald (...)" (4 etchings w. engr. text below from Het Groote Tafereel der Dwaasheid).

€ (80-100) 130
69 6098 Waterloo A  1609 1690 69 6098 Waterloo A 1609 1690
69/6098 Waterloo, A. (1609-1690). Five etchings from the series of Landscapes (12 lettered plates), each ±9,5x14 cm.

- Ample margins; one print (letter b) w. vague oblique folds and small and vague stain; otherwise the prints trifle yellowed/ spotted.

= Letters b and i-m. Hollstein 22 and 29-32, all the final (2nd-4th) Basan state.

€ (200-300) 230
69 6099 Waterloo A  1609 1690 69 6099 Waterloo A 1609 1690
69/6099 Waterloo, A. (1609-1690). The triple cascade. Etching, 11,6x16,7 cm.

- Impression w. broad margins; watermark unidentified. = Hollstein 72, the first and only state.

AND 3 others by the same: Hollstein 41 (only state), 42 (only state) and 69 (2nd state of 2).

€ (150-250)
69 6100 Watson J  1740 1790 69 6100 Watson J 1740 1790
69/6100 Watson, J. (1740-1790). Anne Elliot as Juno. Mezzotint after KETTLE, 61,8x38,5 cm., "Miss Elliot" in the print, engr. captions below.

- Sl. worn/ foxed.

AND 9 mezzotints: by the same, "Lady sitting in a chair" (after RUBENS. Frayed in blank margins); WILLIAM WARD (3x, margins w. defects) and C.H. HODGES (3x, w. defects) and H.S. GOED.

€ (100-150) 110
69 6101 Watson J  1740 1790 69 6101 Watson J 1740 1790
69/6101 Watson, J. (1740-1790). "The Rt. Hon.ble Lady Susan O'Brien". Mezzotint portrait after F. COTES, 37,8x28 cm., London, the artist and B. Clowes, 1772.

- Margins sl. foxed and soiled; image trifle rubbed.

AND 6 other mezzotints, i.a. "The Soldiers Return" by W. PETHER after J.H. RAMBERG, "Lucretia et Tarquinius" by PICHLER after S. DA PESARO and "Mater Dolorosa" by G.P. and J.L. RUGENDAS.

€ (100-150) 100
69 6102 Weissenbruch J  1822 1880 69 6102 Weissenbruch J 1822 1880
69/6102 Weissenbruch, J. (1822-1880). "Watersnood 1855." Lithograph, 28,7x40 cm., signed on the stone, w. lithogr. captions below, printed by C.W. Mieling, The Hague.

- Blank margins partly frayed; num. tiny foxed spots. = F.M. 7226.

AND 11 miscell. prints, mainly first half 20th cent., i.a. by F. LAUWERS, J. VETH, J. VELDHEER ("Brugge"), M. VREUGDE, F. IJSERINKHUYSEN ("Overtoom Sluis Amsterdam"), J. VAN DER VEN and W. VAN DER VLIET.

€ (70-90) 70
69 6103 Wierix H  ±1553 1619 69 6103 Wierix H ±1553 1619
69/6103 Wierix, H. (±1553-1619). The Virgin and Child with St Anne. Engraving after J. STRADANUS, before 1612, 24,4x18,4 cm., printed by T. Galle.

- Two sm. closed tears (1,5 and 0,5 cm.) in left edge.

= Hollstein 751, 2nd state of 2 . With the collector's mark of W.B. Dukes (Lugt 2757a).

€ (150-250) 160
69/6104 Wine  L'Automne 69/6104 Wine L'Automne
69/6104 [Wine]. "L'Automne". Handcol. engraving,"no.340" in the plate, Paris, Basset, ±1820.

= Attractive print showing various activities concerning wine, i.a. tending a vineyard, harvesting and of course consuming. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CLVII.

€ (100-150)
69 6105 Winter A de 1652 after 1707  attrib  69 6105 Winter A de 1652 after 1707 attrib
69 6105 Winter A de 1652 after 1707  attrib  69 6105 Winter A de 1652 after 1707 attrib
69 6105 Winter A de 1652 after 1707  attrib  69 6105 Winter A de 1652 after 1707 attrib
69 6105 Winter A de 1652 after 1707  attrib  69 6105 Winter A de 1652 after 1707 attrib
69 6105 Winter A de 1652 after 1707  attrib  69 6105 Winter A de 1652 after 1707 attrib
69/6105 Winter, A. de (1652- after 1707) (attrib.). (Landscapes). Five etchings after H. SAFTLEVEN (2x) and J. VAN ALMELOVEEN (3x), 9,3x11 (4x) and 11x9,5 cm., no. "1" to "5" in the plate, "H. Sagtleeven in" (3x), "H. Sagtleeven in. fec" (1x) or "HSaghtl" engr. in the image, in the first print "C. Dankerts Ex." (in the image) and "A: Winter fec".

- One plate w. closed tear in left margin, just touching the image.

= Curious and rare (complete?) series, published by C. DANCKERTS (?). Although Herman SAFTLEEVEN is mentioned as the inventor on all prints, only 2 landscapes (no. 1 and 3) are copies after him, both in reverse: of Hollstein 35 (this copy mentioned) and 37 (this copy mentioned). No. 2, 4 and 5 are all copies/ adaptations in reverse after part of a series by VAN ALMELOVEEN. They are adaptations of 3 of the 4 landscapes, allegories of the Seasons, originally in lozenge form (Hollstein 13-15: Spring, Summer and Autumn. Hollstein only mentions copies in reverse by Wenzel Hollar). Perhaps a counterfeit series.

€ (80-100)
69 6106 Worth Th B  1834 1917 69 6106 Worth Th B 1834 1917
69/6106 Worth, Th.B. (1834-1917). "Got the drop on him." "Tumbled to it." Two col. lithographs, both 32,5x45 cm. (sheet size), titled below the image, New York, Currier & Ives, 1881.

- Both sl. frayed/ yellowed.

€ (120-150)
69 6107 Wtenbrouck M van ±1590/1600 1646/1647 69 6107 Wtenbrouck M van ±1590/1600 1646/1647
69/6107 Wtenbrouck, M. van (±1590/1600-1646/1647). Argus asking Mercury to stay with him. Etching, 12,8x18 cm., numb. "4" in upper right corner.

- Tipped onto mount at top corners; trimmed within platemark. = Hollstein 34, 1st state (of 3).

€ (100-150) 100
69 6108 Wyngaerde F van den 1614 1679 69 6108 Wyngaerde F van den 1614 1679
69/6108 Wyngaerde, F. van den (1614-1679). The Flight into Egypt. Etching after JAN THOMAS VAN YPEREN, 30x39,6 cm., Latin captions and "Ioannes Thomas inventor. Franciscus vanden Wyngaerede fecit in aqua forti" engr. below the image.

- Sm. hole in upper blank margin; closed tear in lower (blank) margin.

= Hollstein 2, second state (of 2). Dark, but later impression on 19th cent. paper.

€ (70-90)
69/6109 Zegepraal der wapenen Of de plegtige terugkomst der ontvoerde voorwerpen van kunst en wetenschap 69/6109 Zegepraal der wapenen Of de plegtige terugkomst der ontvoerde voorwerpen van kunst en wetenschap
69/6109 "Zegepraal der wapenen. Of de plegtige terugkomst der ontvoerde voorwerpen van kunst en wetenschap." Contemp. handcol. engraving by A.G. VAN PROOIJEN after J.J. VERELLEN, w. engr. captions in two columns in Dutch and French below image, Amst., J. Groenewoud, ±1815.

- Unevenly browned; large closed tear in right part; a few sm. wormholes in lower margin; lower right corner sl. dam.

= F.M. 6068a. Nice print, showing the return of looted paintings on a horse-drawn cart entering Antwerp through the Keizerspoort. Rarely found in handcolouring.

€ (70-90) 80
69/6110 [Zoology]. "Pteromys. Leucogenys" (Japanese giant flying squirrel). "Mus Speciosus. Myoxus Elegans" (Large Japanese field mouse). Two handcol. lithographs, both 31x40,5 cm., from P.F. VON SIEBOLD, Fauna Japonica, ±1850. - AND 6 miscell. others, i.a. 3 handcol. engravings from Beknopte natuurlijke historie der dieren (...) (Amst., A.B. Saakes, 1794).
€ (80-100) 90
69/6111 Zoology  Lot of 35 contemp handcol engr plates 69/6111 Zoology Lot of 35 contemp handcol engr plates
69/6111 Zoology  Lot of 35 contemp handcol engr plates 69/6111 Zoology Lot of 35 contemp handcol engr plates
69/6111 Zoology  Lot of 35 contemp handcol engr plates 69/6111 Zoology Lot of 35 contemp handcol engr plates
69/6111 Zoology  Lot of 35 contemp handcol engr plates 69/6111 Zoology Lot of 35 contemp handcol engr plates
69/6111 [Zoology]. Lot of 35 contemp. handcol. engr. plates, from A. VOSMAER, Allgemeene Natuurkundige en historische Beschryving der zeldzaamste en verwonderenswaardigste Schepsels in de Natuur (Amst., J.B. Elwe, 1804, 2nd ed.), incl. title, each ±19x15 cm., some plates numb. in the plate.

- A few plates trifle soiled/ frayed.

= Nissen, ZBI, 4293 and 4294, calling for 35 plates to the complete collection of 33 parts/ treatises, but unclear whether the present title-engraving is included in this number. This lot contains 1 stipple-engr. title-plate, 21 engr. plates w. mammals (incl. 2x orang-utan and 2x giraffe), 10 plates w. birds and 3 w. snakes. Arnout Vosmaer was in charge of the menagerie and the museum of William V, Prince of Orange. William actively imported animals from every continent for his museum at Voorburg; when the animals died, their remains became part of his natural history cabinet. Vosmaer published separate descriptions of many of these rare animals over a thirty-year period, from 1767 to his death in 1799.

AND 20 contemp. handcol. engr. plates w. insects by C.F.C. KLEEMANN, G.P. TRAUTNER and J.C. KELLER from J.E. VOET, Systematische naamlijst van dat geslacht der insekten, dat men torren noemt (The Hague, 1806).

€ (300-500)
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