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69/5912 Milatz, F.A. (1764-1808). (Three travellers in a rainy storm). (Two travellers on a dirt road, next to a stream and three farms). (Herdsman and his sheep on a dirt road in the dunes). Three etchings, each 16,1x22,2 cm., 1x signed in the plate (fine). - AND 1 other.
€ (80-100) 425
69/5913 Militaria  Kriegs Ingenieur u Artillerie Charte welche die vornehmste Terminos so wohl der Geometrie Fortification Artillerie u Ernst Feuerwerck Als auch anderer im Krieg vorkommen69/5913 Militaria Kriegs Ingenieur u Artillerie Charte welche die vornehmste Terminos so wohl der Geometrie Fortification Artillerie u Ernst Feuerwerck Als auch anderer im Krieg vorkommen
69/5913 [Militaria]. "Kriegs- Ingenieur- u. Artillerie-Charte, welche die vornehmste Terminos, so wohl der Geometrie, Fortification, Artillerie, u. Ernst-Feuerwerck; Als auch anderer im Krieg vorkommenden Sachen, Feldlager, Linien, Schanzen, Machinen u. Arbeits-Geraethe". Large, partly handcol. engraving w. num. plans and ills. by J.F. OETTINGER, 50x71 cm., Nürnb., Homann Heirs, 1737.

- Carefully restored copy: some former vertical folds w. closed tears, some sm. closed marginal tears and a lost area of ±12x2 cm. in left margin of image filled w. new paper, w. some neat manuscript additions.

= French title at the top: "Carte tres-Comode aux Gens de Guerre, Ingenieurs & Canoniers (...)."

€ (150-250)
69 5914 Millet J F  1814 1875 69 5914 Millet J F 1814 1875
69/5914 Millet, J.F. (1814-1875). Le départ pour le travail. Etching, printed in darkbrown, 38,5x31 cm., signed in the plate in lower left corner.

- Yellowed; backed w. very thin Japanese, closing a tear of ±4,5 cm. in right margin (affecting the printed area ±1,5 cm.) and a smaller one in upper margin, blank area only.

= Delteil 19, 5th state (of 7, and the final state by the artist himself). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLV.

€ (900-1.100)
69 5915 Mitelli G M  1634 1718 69 5915 Mitelli G M 1634 1718
69/5915 Mitelli, G.M. (1634-1718). (Saints Sebastian, Marc and Marcellinus). Engraving after P.C. VERONESE, 1666, 34,4x52,3 cm., engr. captions below.

- Vaguely foxed/ soiled; outer blank margin sl. irregularly trimmed.

AND 8 others by V. LEFEBRE (3x, i.a. The Visitation and Madonna and Child in Glory), A. VENEZIANO (The Blinding of Elymas. Vertical fold; marginal closed tears), P. GONZAGA (3x) and an engraving after MANTEGNA.

€ (100-150) 140
69 5916 Mitelli G M  1634 1718 69 5916 Mitelli G M 1634 1718
69/5916 Mitelli, G.M. (1634-1718). "Le ventiquattr hore dell umana felicità." Series of 14 (of 28) etchings (incl. title and dedication), 1675, each 27,5x19,5 cm.

- Title-page torn in half (repaired); "Morte" closed tear in upper margin; 4 plates partly soiled; occas. sl. foxed.

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLVI.

€ (200-300) 450
69 5917 Months of the year  Bäck Th  17th cent  69 5917 Months of the year Bäck Th 17th cent
69 5917 Months of the year  Bäck Th  17th cent  69 5917 Months of the year Bäck Th 17th cent
69/5917 [Months of the year]. Bäck, Th. (17th cent.). (The months of the year). Series of 12 engravings each consisting of a landscape view within an elaborate architectural border w. the name of the month in Latin in a banner at the top and a 4-line German verse at the bottom, each ±16x9 cm., each w. "Th. Bäck Sc. A. V." engr. below the image.

- Trimmed to/ within the platemark, occas. affecting engraver's address; "Januarius" (vaguely) waterstained; the other prints occas. waterstained in corners; "Julius" w. sm. marginal tear; "Augustus" w. sm. repaired tear/ dam. in lower corner; "Aprilis" w. portion of upper corner reattached.

AND an etching by C.L. HANSEN (1765-1840) showing a farmstead, a young woman with a child and a dog in the foreground.

€ (100-150)
69 5918 Months of the year  Bloemaert F  ±1610 ±1669 69 5918 Months of the year Bloemaert F ±1610 ±1669
69 5918 Months of the year  Bloemaert F  ±1610 ±1669 69 5918 Months of the year Bloemaert F ±1610 ±1669
69/5918 [Months of the year]. Bloemaert, F. (±1610-±1669). (De Twaalf Maanden des Iaars). Twelve engravings by F. BLOEMAERT after A. BLOEMAERT, each ±13,5x16,5 cm., n.pl., publ. T. Danckerts, ±1700.

- All plates w. glue-stains in corners from former mounting, shining through; a few plates w. sm. tear or dam. spots (one repaired w. tape on verso); no.7 and 9 w. sm. holes; two plates tipped onto mount.

= Hollstein 249-261. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLVI.

€ (250-350) 250
69 5919 Months of the year  Philips J C  1680 1775 69 5919 Months of the year Philips J C 1680 1775
69/5919 [Months of the year]. Philips, J.C. (1680-1775). (De Hollandse vermaken in ieder der 12 Maanden). Twelve engravings to the months after J.C. PHILIPS, each 8,5x5 cm. (image).

- All plates w. gluestains on verso (some shining through).

= Set of 12 engravings to each month displaying various Dutch entertainments such as ice-skating and the December celebration of Sint Nicolaas. F.M. 3997.

€ (70-90) 70
69 5920 Mousyn M  ±1630 ? 69 5920 Mousyn M ±1630 ?
69/5920 Mousyn, M. (±1630-?). "Verscheyde aerdig kinder-spel uyt gebeelt door Cornelis Holsteyn". Five (of 6) engravings from the series after C. HOLSTEYN, each ±14,5x19 cm., w. the address of H. Allardt on title-engraving.

- One print torn in lower left corner; all trimmed to/ just within the borderline and tipped onto old paper mount; title-engr. w. a few sm. pink stains; mounts sl. foxed (engravings occas. w. a few foxed specks).

= Reduced-size copies? Cf. Hollstein (Mousyn or Mouzyn) 6 (21,3x27,3 cm., two states, w. the addresses of C. de Jonghe/ N. Visscher, not Allardt); Hollstein (after Holsteyn) 30-35 (sizes ident., state w. address of C. de Jonghe only).

€ (70-90) 70
69 5921 Moyreau J  1690 1762 69 5921 Moyreau J 1690 1762
69/5921 Moyreau, J. (1690-1762). "L'Ecurie." Etching and engraving after P. WOUWERMANS, 35x46 cm., engr. caption below, Paris, Moyreau, 1734. - AND a grotesque etching by TH. DE BRY (remargined).
€ (70-90)
69 5922 Mulder J  1658 ±1718 69 5922 Mulder J 1658 ±1718
69 5922 Mulder J  1658 ±1718 69 5922 Mulder J 1658 ±1718
69/5922 Mulder, J. (1658-±1718). (Metamorphosis of a butterfly on a twig). Handcol. engraving, 35x28 cm., "I. Mulder sculp." and numb. "3" engr. in the plate.

- Ample margins; a few vague foxed spots. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLVI.

AND 2 contemp. handcol. engravings with butterflies.

€ (500-700)
69 5923 Muller J H  1571 1628 69 5923 Muller J H 1571 1628
69/5923 Muller, J.H. (1571-1628). Belshazzar's feast. Engraving, 35,5x40 cm., w. the address of N. Visscher, from Bybelsche figuren, vertonende de voornaemste historien der Heylige Schrifture (Amst., 1652).

- Tears on/ near middle-fold; 2 oblique folds. = New Hollstein 1, the 3rd state (of 3).

AND 16 other etchings and engravings, i.a. by C. and F. BLOEMAERT, P. DE JODE and S.A. BOLSWERT.

€ (100-150) 220
69/5924 Music  Lot of 20 handcol  engravings and woodcuts 69/5924 Music Lot of 20 handcol engravings and woodcuts
69/5924 [Music]. Lot of 20 (handcol.) engravings and woodcuts, 15th-19th cent., mostly laid down or tipped onto mount, i.a. 3 handcol. holy pictures on vellum of ST. CECILIA by M. BUNEL (2x) and C. DE BOUDT; a woodcut portrait of GUIDO OF AREZZO ("Guido Musicus", cut out from the Nürnberg Chronicle); a lithogr. portrait of A.E.M. GRÉTRY by monogrammist "L.v.d.W." (unidentified) after J.P. SUDRE and an engr. by J. LINNIG (freely) after A. VAN OSTADE, The Hurdy Gurdy player (monogrammed "JL 1857" and "AvO" in the image).
€ (80-100) 210
69/5925 [Music and theatre]. Lot of ±20 prints, 18th to 20th cent., various techniques and sizes, incl. portraits/ bookillustrations, i.a. 7 engravings from the section "Lutherie" by DIDEROT and D'ALEMBERT and two 20th cent. drypoints of Schiller and Goethe and of J.S. Bach (both signed illegibly by the same artist).
€ (100-150) 100
69 5926 Nieulandt II W van Terranova  ±1584 1635 69 5926 Nieulandt II W van Terranova ±1584 1635
69/5926 Nieulandt II, W. van (Terranova) (±1584-1635). (Rocky bay with small vessels, a family in the foreground). Etching from the series of 36 Italian landscapes after P. BRIL, 23x30,9 cm., w. the address of Bonenfant.    

- Cut to/ on the framing line; lower margin partly cut away, except for the addresses.

= From the series Hollstein 76-111, 2nd or 3rd state of 5, with the Bonenfant address.

Idem. (The angel with Hagar and Ismael in a rocky landscape). Etching from the same series, 23x30,9 cm., w. the address of Bonenfant.

- Cut to the image; two printing flaws; tiny tear near upper edge.

= From the series Hollstein 76-111, 3rd state of 5, with the Bonenfant address and number.

€ (100-150) 100
69 5927 Nooms R  called Zeeman  ±1623 1667 69 5927 Nooms R called Zeeman ±1623 1667
69/5927 Nooms, R. (called Zeeman) (±1623-1667). The Montelbaans Tower in Amsterdam. Etching and drypoint from the series Verscheyde Schepen en Gesichten van Amstelredam, 13x23,3 cm., w. engr. "Zeeman inventor et fecit", "C. Danckerts Excudebat" below image.

- Doubled; trimmed to the borderline; right margin cut sl. short; left corners torn.

= The title for the 2nd part of the series. Hollstein 41, the 3rd state (of 5).

Idem. The 'Vrijheijt', a man-of-war and the 'Hazewind', a merchantman for Spain. Etching from the same series, 12,5x21 cm., engr. caption and numb. "8" below image.

- Doubled. = Hollstein 43, copy in reverse (a).

AND 1 other etching by the same: The Apple Market (Hollstein 18; copy with English caption).

€ (100-150) 100
69 5928 Ostade A van 1610 1685 69 5928 Ostade A van 1610 1685
69/5928 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). The couple walking. Etching, 7,7x6,1 cm., w. "A. v. Ostade" engr. in upper left corner.

- Modern impression. = Hollstein/ Godefroy 24, 5th state of 5.

AND 1 other by the same: Bust of a laughing peasant (etching, monogrammed "A.o." in the plate. Hollstein/ Godefroy 4, 9th and final state. Modern impression).

€ (100-150) 100
69 5929 Ostade A van 1610 1685 69 5929 Ostade A van 1610 1685
69/5929 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). The painter. Etching, ±1667, 23,4x17 cm., 4-line Latin text and "A. v. Ostade fecit. et excud." in the plate below the image.

- Strong impression on thin paper with broad margins, watermark fleur de lys in crowned escutcheon; a few sm. inkstains, mostly in blank margins (1x touching image and a few sm. specks in caption below image); a few inkstains on verso (not visible on recto). Fine copy.

= Hollstein/ Godefroy 32, the 9th or 10th state (of 12). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLVII.

€ (800-1.000) 3500
69 5930 Ostade A van 1610 1685 69 5930 Ostade A van 1610 1685
69/5930 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). Peasant leaning on his doorway. Etching, ±1672, 10,5x8,7 cm., "Av. Ostade" in the image.

- Impression on 18th cent. (?) paper. Margins ±3-5 mm.; trifle yellowed and a few foxed specks in periphery.

= Hollstein/ Godefroy 9, 4th and final state. Vague unidentified collector's stamp on verso.

€ (120-150)
69 5931 Ostade A van 1610 1685 69 5931 Ostade A van 1610 1685
69/5931 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). The singers. Etching, ±1667, 21,7x18,8 cm., "A. v. Ostade fecit et excud." in the plate in lower blank margin.

- Fine impression w. small margins; trifle browned.

= Hollstein/ Godefroy 19, the 5th state (of 7), probably from the Pickart edition shortly before 1700.

€ (300-500) 300