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69 5892 Le Clerc J  1587/88 1633  publ  69 5892 Le Clerc J 1587/88 1633 publ
69/5892 Le Clerc, J. (1587/88-1633) (publ.). "Listoire de Iudic". Set of 4 engravings, each ±12,5x16,5 cm., each w. engr. dec. border w. captions in French and w. Latin captions below image, w. engr. numb. "1"-"4", the first print w. "I. le Clerc ex." in the plate, bound together in modern chintz boards, obl. 8vo.

- Washed, w. ms. numbering ("61"-"64") in pen and brown ink in upper blank margin still vaguely visible; one sheet w. restored tear in lower blank margin and along part of upper plate mark.

= Sheet 1 w. "Listoire de Iudic" and "Holofernes envoyé contre les Iuifs", 2 w. "Iudic devant Holofernes", 3 w. "La Mort d'Holofernes" and 4 w. "La fuitte des Assiriens".

€ (200-300)
69 5893 Le Prince J B  1734 1781 69 5893 Le Prince J B 1734 1781
69 5893 Le Prince J B  1734 1781 69 5893 Le Prince J B 1734 1781
69/5893 Le Prince, J.B. (1734-1781). "La Danse russe". Etching and aquatint, printed in brown, engr. caption below image, 32x24 cm., signed "Le Prince 1769" in the plate.

- Cut to/ on the borderline/ just below caption; upper left and lower right corner sl. frayed (incl. 2 sm. tears and sl. loss of image); waterstained/ sl. mouldy (visible only on verso and a bit in lower blank margin).

= Hédou 137, second state (of 3): "Très-belle pièce".

AND 2 mezzotints: cardplaying monkeys (in the style of J. GOLE) and an amorous couple in an inn by C. DUSART (corner dam.).

€ (80-100) 90
69 5894 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533 69 5894 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533
69/5894 Leyden, L. van (1489 or 1494-1533). Ornament with two dolphins. Etching, 11,3x8 cm., monogrammed "L" and "1527" in the plate.

- Cut on/ just inside the borderline; restored and reworked spot in lower left and right corner; paper thin on a few sm. parts.

= New Hollstein 161b. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLIV.

€ (500-700)
69 5895 Londerseel J van ±1570 ±1624 69 5895 Londerseel J van ±1570 ±1624
69/5895 Londerseel, J. van (±1570-±1624). Landscape with Christ healing the bloody woman. Engraving after E. CONINXLOEY, 32,2x48 cm., publ. C.J. Visscher.

= Hollstein 19.

AND 4 others similar, all used in the so-called Royaalbijbel, i.a. ANONYMOUS, (Christ and the woman of Samaria at the well) (engr. after M. DE VOS, publ. C.J. Visscher. Central fold strengthened on verso); N. DE BRUYN (after), Nebuchadnezzar casting Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego into the fiery furnace (engr. by?, publ. by C.J. Visscher) and A. BLOEMAERT (after), The Raising of Lazarus (engr. after J.H. MULLER by ?, publ. by C.J. Visscher).

€ (250-350) 250
69/5896 Lot of 9 circular stipple engravings 69/5896 Lot of 9 circular stipple engravings
69/5896 Lot of 9 circular stipple engravings 69/5896 Lot of 9 circular stipple engravings
69/5896 Lot of 9 circular (stipple-)engravings, incl. 2 handcol., all Ø ±8 cm., early 19th cent., from various unidentified series, incl. 4 engravings from one series (with the following engr. captions: "Modes de Paris", "Costume Parisien", "La Blessure d'un Brave" and "Les Marodeurs") and two handcol. engravings (a couple playing a flute / harpsichord duet, with a dog listening attentively (two horizontal folds) and a maid with a yoke carrying two baskets with fresh berries).
€ (50-70)
69/5897 Lot of ±45 engravings 69/5897 Lot of ±45 engravings
69/5897 Lot of ±45 engravings, mainly landscapes and rural scenes, various sizes, 18th-19th cent.

- Occas. imperfections.

= With i.a. six etchings by F. FERG from the series Capricci fatti and a contemp. hancol. lithogr. by C. SUHR from Hamburgische Trachten gezeichnet und gestochen.

€ (100-150) 250
69/5898 Lot of 60 engr frontispieces and title pages 69/5898 Lot of 60 engr frontispieces and title pages
69/5898 Lot of 60 engr frontispieces and title pages 69/5898 Lot of 60 engr frontispieces and title pages
69/5898 Lot of 60 engr. frontispieces and title-pages. i.a. engr. by/ after A. MATHAM, A. VAN DER LAAN, PETRUS KARUS and J.C. PHILIPS, various sizes (mainly folio), 17th-19th cent., loose in modern album.

= I.a. for: C. DE BIE, Het Gulden Cabinet (1661); P. DAVITY, Wereld Spiegel Waer in Vertoont word De Beschrijvinge der Rijken Staten (1621); F. DESSEINE, Beschryving van oud en nieuw Rome (1704) and De Vechtstroom, van Utrecht tot Muiden (1791).

€ (60-80) 60
69/5899 Lot of approx. 400 (handcol.) engr. illustrations, 18th-19th cent., all tipped-in/ mounted in 2 modern (h)cl. albums, folio.

= I.a. an attractively series of 76 small handcol. (stipple-)engravings from a small octavo edition Buffon and over 80 mainly small-sized engr. ills. from an unidentified work on ancient Egypt.

€ (100-150) 110
69 5900 Luiken J  1649 1712 and C  1672 1708 69 5900 Luiken J 1649 1712 and C 1672 1708
69/5900 Luiken, J. (1649-1712) and C. (1672-1708). "De moort van Parys gepleegt Anno 1572 op St. Bartholomeus Dag en volgende dagen." Large etching and engraving, 28,5x75 cm., from F.E. DE MEZERAY, Chronyk van Vrankrijk, Amst., 1685.

- Folds as published. = Van Eeghen/ Van der Kellen 782; F.M. 18.

€ (80-100) 160
69 5901 Major I  ±1576 1630 69 5901 Major I ±1576 1630
69 5901 Major I  ±1576 1630 69 5901 Major I ±1576 1630
69 5901 Major I  ±1576 1630 69 5901 Major I ±1576 1630
69/5901 Major, I. (±1576-1630). (Chapel on the bank of a river, goats and goatherds in the foreground). Etching w. engraving from a series of 10(?), 23x17,4 cm., with the address of Marco Sadeler in the plate.

- Fine impression with very ample margins; trifle spotted. = Hollstein German 18, first state (of 3), before the number.

Gronsveld, J. (1679-1728). (Wooded landscape with a house and a wooden fence, two figures and a dog on a dirtroad). Etching from the series of 6 Landscapes with figures after A. VERBOOM, 14,2x19,5 cm., "1" in the plate in lower right corner.

- Trimmed to the platemark; old (flattened) fold and trifle creased; a few tiny holes; trifle spotted. = Hollstein 46.

AND 6 other landscape etchings, all 18th cent., i.a. by F.C. GEIJSER after F.E. WEIROTTER.

€ (100-150) 130
69 5902 Manet E  1823 1883 69 5902 Manet E 1823 1883
69 5902 Manet E  1823 1883 69 5902 Manet E 1823 1883
69/5902 Manet, E. (1823-1883). L'Odalisque couchée. La Convalescente. Two etchings, 10,7x18,8 and 12,5x10 cm. - IN: Bazire, E. Manet. Paris, A. Quantin, 1884, (4),150,(1)p., etched frontisp. portr., 8 plates, 2 facs. plates, ills., contemp. giltlettered hmor., orig. wr. pres.

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLV.

€ (500-700) 500
69 5903 Marcus J E  1774 1826 69 5903 Marcus J E 1774 1826
69/5903 Marcus, J.E. (1774-1826). "Het studie-prentwerk." Series of 101 (of 105) etchings, various sizes, signed and dated in the plate between December 1807 and Junij 1816, published by S. de Grebber, Amst., (1826), loose as issued, together w. the orig. textbook ((2),8p., engr. title), in 19th cent. giltlettered portfolio, folio.

- Lacks 4 plates (31, 50, 81 and 87) and List of contents.

= "Vooral Jacob Ernst Marcus dient te worden vermeld. Van 1807 tot 1816 gaf hij elke maand een prent uit, totaal 105 stuks (...) Marcus plaatst geen Griekse goden en godinnen in zijn landschappen, maar mensen, zo uit het werkelijke leven van die tijd weggelopen" (Grafiek in de 19e eeuw, p.19). With a drawing after (?) the print no.51 w. the portraits of J. Buys, V. Schmidt and J. Andriessen.

AND 1 other incomplete copy w. 61 prints, incl. some duplicates.

€ (150-250) 150
69 5904 Masson A  1636 1700 69 5904 Masson A 1636 1700
69/5904 Masson, A. (1636-1700). "Jesus Christ à table avec deux de ses Disciples dans le Chasteau d'Emaus." Engraving after TITIAN, 44,4x58,5 cm., engr. captions in French and Latin below.

- Middle-fold as published; partly foxed (especially on verso).

AND 11 other prints, i.a. a tinted lithograph after G.T. GHILARDI, Paradiso in Terra e Cristianesimo Ravvivato.

€ (100-150) 110
69 5905 Massys C  ±1508 after 1584 69 5905 Massys C ±1508 after 1584
69/5905 Massys, C. (±1508-after 1584). Prudencia. Etching from the series of 9 Virtues, 9,1x5,9 cm., monogrammed and titled "Prudencia" in the plate.

- Clean impression; cut on the borderline.

= Hollstein 77; Van der Stock 94, 2nd and final state. With the collector's stamp of Friedrich August II von Sachsen (Lugt 971) on recto.

€ (250-350)
69 5906 Matham J  1571 1631 69 5906 Matham J 1571 1631
69/5906 Matham, J. (1571-1631). Abraham casting out Ragar. Engraving after A. BLOEMAERT, 1603, 43,1x35,4 cm. (image), 4-line Latin caption below.

- Poor copy, various restorations and nibbled by silverfish in upper part near edge. Sold w.a.f.

= New Hollstein 2, 1st state of 4.

AND 11 others, i.a. by/ after ANNIBALE CARRACCI, P. DE JODE, P. FURNIUS and W. HOLLAR (The Satyr and the Sword. Trimmed short, w. loss of image. Pennington 402, from the Aesop series).

€ (100-150) 150
69 5907 Mattioli L  1662 1747 69 5907 Mattioli L 1662 1747
69/5907 Mattioli, L. (1662-1747). (Saint Jerome). Etching and engraving, 44,8x32 cm., engr. captions below, Bologna, 1711.

= With the collector's mark of A. Caironi on verso (Lugt 436).

Garavaglia, G. (1790-1835). (Holy family). Etching and engraving after RAPHAEL, 43x30 cm., engr. captions below, Florence, L. Bardi, ±1820. Cunego, D. (1727-1794). (Heads after Raffaello). Four etchings and engravings printed on 2 lvs. (recto and verso), 32,5x43,3 cm. and 46x30 cm., engr. captions below, 1784/ 1785 (partly waterst.). - AND ±20 other (all but one) Italian prints, mainly late 18th/ early 19th cent., i.a. by F. MAZZONI, M. CRBONI, F. CECCHINI, G.B. LEONETTI (after L. DA VINCI, "Dilliges dominum tuum"), BLAS AMETTLËR (Santa Rosa de Lima), A. MOCHETTI (The Laocoon group), B. EREDI and P. FOLO (5x).

€ (100-150) 160
69 5908 Mellan C  1598 1688 69 5908 Mellan C 1598 1688
69/5908 Mellan, C. (1598-1688). "Solem quis dicere falsum audeat." Engraving, 29,3x44,2 cm., "Cl. Mellan Gall inven. et Sculp" and titled in the plate (middle-fold as published). - AND 4 other engravings by same (2x, both portraits) and by JEAN MOYREAU (2x).
€ (100-150) 170
69 5909 Mellan C  1598 1688 and Bosse A  1602 1676 69 5909 Mellan C 1598 1688 and Bosse A 1602 1676
69 5909 Mellan C  1598 1688 and Bosse A  1602 1676 69 5909 Mellan C 1598 1688 and Bosse A 1602 1676
69/5909 Mellan, C. (1598-1688) and Bosse, A. (1602-1676). "Heic tutus obumbror". Etching and engraving, 20,5x14,5 cm., "C. Melan et Bosse Sculp", titled and "Symbol. Auth." in the plate.

- Old annot. in pen on verso; foxed spot on title; (blank) margins some small defects.

AND 8 other engravings and etchings, i.a. by A. BOSSE (2x, i.a. "Iuno") and by O. BORGIANI (5x).

€ (70-90) 190
69 5910 Mercier G  1858 1898 69 5910 Mercier G 1858 1898
69/5910 Mercier, G. (1858-1898). "Every rose has its thorn". "Her first love letter". Two large col. etchings after J.L.G. FERRIS and E. PERCY-MORAN, both ±47x67 cm., letterpress title below the image.
€ (80-100)
69 5911 Merian M S  1647 1717  after 69 5911 Merian M S 1647 1717 after
69/5911 Merian, M.S. (1647-1717) (after). (Metamorphosis of a butterfly on a banana plant). Handcol. engraving by P. SLUYTER, 37x28 cm., numb. "12" in lower right corner, from Metamorphosis insectorum surinamensium, 1705, framed.

- Yellowed; trifle foxed. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLV.

€ (300-500) 500