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69 5752 Audran J  1667 1756 69 5752 Audran J 1667 1756
69/5752 Audran, J. (1667-1756). "Louis Quinze." Engraving after GOBERT, 50,5x35 cm., engr. captions below, Paris, Audran, ±1720 (partly foxed/ sl. browned). - AND 8 other portraits, i.a. after A. BENOIST (of Louis XIV, Anne d'Autriche and Philippe I. Without captions) and of J.J. ROUSSEAU by J.E. HAID.
€ (100-150) 230
69 5753 Aveele J van den ±1655 1727 69 5753 Aveele J van den ±1655 1727
69/5753 Aveele, J. van den (±1655-1727). (Protestant sufferings caused by Catholics from 1414 to 1679). Engraved broadside, divided in 12 parts, 1698, totally measuring 42x52 cm., w. "J. vanden Avele inv. et fec." and Dutch and English captions engr. in the plate,

- Sl. yellowed; with various horizontal and vertical folds; left blank margin reattached on verso w. sellotape.

= Very rare. Not in F.M. The centre shows a reference to the legend of Pope Alexander III and the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick Barbarossa on the left hand side. On the right hand side it shows an allegorical representation of a Jesuit holding an open book titled "Concilie van Trenten". Surrounding are various scenes showing the sufferings of protestants, i.a.: "Vervolginghe aen de Gereformeerde inde Nederlanden en op verscheijde andere Plaetsen" and "Moortoneel inde Valije van Piemont en aen de Vroome Waldense in Jaer 1655".

€ (200-300) 210
69 5754 Bartoli P S  1635 1700 69 5754 Bartoli P S 1635 1700
69/5754 Bartoli, P.S. (1635-1700). (Scenes from classical antiquity). Eight engravings on thick 19th cent. paper, each 14x44,5 cm., w. the adresses of Bartoli and the publisher Iacob de Rubeis, mostly titled in letterpress below the image, w. Latin captions, modern hleather, obl. folio.

- Sl. foxed. Spine and coners sl. rubbed.

= Comprises i.a. "Clarissimo ut eruditissimo Viro io. Petro Bellorio"; "Aegyptiorum sive Afrorum peregrinatio" and "Natalis Pugna ad Tiberis Ostia".

€ (100-150) 100
69 5755 Bartsch A von 1757 1821 69 5755 Bartsch A von 1757 1821
69 5755 Bartsch A von 1757 1821 69 5755 Bartsch A von 1757 1821
69 5755 Bartsch A von 1757 1821 69 5755 Bartsch A von 1757 1821
69/5755 Bartsch, A. von (1757-1821). Lot of 11 etchings after old master prints, after i.a. A. VAN DE VELDE, J.H./ M. ROOS, N. FICK, J. LE DUCQ and N. BERCHEM.

- Some occas. sl. foxing (most prints fine).

AND 1 other etching showing a peasant, monogrammed "V.H." in the plate.

€ (150-250)
69 5756 Basan P F  1723 1797 69 5756 Basan P F 1723 1797
69/5756 Basan, P.F. (1723-1797). "Copenol, No.262 du catalogue." Etching and engraving after REMBRANDT, 23,4x18,2 cm., monogrammed and titled in the plate below. - AND 5 other prints: by the same (2x, after TITIAN and MACHY), A. BARTSCH (2x) and J. BEICH.
€ (80-100) 80
69 5757 Bega C  1620 1664 69 5757 Bega C 1620 1664
69/5757 Bega, C. (1620-1664). A man caressing the young hostess. Etching, 19,4x16,6 cm.

- A few vaguely foxed spots. Otherwise a fine copy with ample margins.

= Hollstein 34, the 2nd state (of 2), without the name.

€ (100-150) 110
69 5758 Bella S della 1610 1664 69 5758 Bella S della 1610 1664
69/5758 Bella, S. della (1610-1664). Paisage maritime. Etching from the series of 6 marines, 7,5x16,5 cm., numb. "2" in lower right corner.

= Copy in reverse; cf. De Vesme 787ff. With collector's mark of L. Ehrlich on verso (not in Lugt). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXVI.

€ (80-100) 110
69 5759 Bella S della 1610 1664 69 5759 Bella S della 1610 1664
69 5759 Bella S della 1610 1664 69 5759 Bella S della 1610 1664
69/5759 Bella, S. della (1610-1664). Un porc-épic tourné vers la droite. Un porc-épic tourné vers la gauche. Two etchings, 7,4x7,4 and 7,3x6,7 cm. (platemark).

= De Vesme CII and CIII. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXVII.

AND 17 other etchings after the same.

€ (300-400)
69 5760 Bella S della 1610 1664 69 5760 Bella S della 1610 1664
69/5760 Bella, S. della (1610-1664). (Two battle-ships advancing along the coast). Engraving from the series of 8 Paysages diverses, 11,5x25,3 cm., with "J.Israel excudit Cum privilegio Regis" and numb. "8" engr. below image.

- Closed wormholes in image in left margin; lower margin restored in left blank corner and in right corner affecting the letter "g" of "Regis"; small closed hole in sky area.

€ (50-70) 50
69 5761 Bemmel W van 1630 1708 69 5761 Bemmel W van 1630 1708
69/5761 Bemmel, W. van (1630-1708). Small landscape with two painters in the foreground. Etching, 7,6x9 cm., monogrammed "WvB Fecit" in the plate.

- Sl. yellowed. Otherwise fine. = Hollstein 8. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXVII.

€ (500-700)
69 5762 Berardi F  1728 ±1782 69 5762 Berardi F 1728 ±1782
69/5762 Berardi, F. (1728-±1782). "Per viver l'uomo si affatica e pena." Engraving after A. CANALE, 32,5x46,3 cm., engr. captions below, on greyish blue paper.

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXVIII.

€ (70-90) 80
69/5763 Bible prints  Lot of 18 woodcut engravings 69/5763 Bible prints Lot of 18 woodcut engravings
69/5763 [Bible prints]. Lot of 18 woodcut engravings, 17th cent., 11x16 cm., all from the same unidentified German print bible, all tipped-in under passepartout.
€ (70-90)
69/5764 Bible prints  Lot of 21 handcol  engravings 69/5764 Bible prints Lot of 21 handcol engravings
69/5764 Bible prints  Lot of 21 handcol  engravings 69/5764 Bible prints Lot of 21 handcol engravings
69/5764 [Bible prints]. Lot of 21 (handcol.) engravings, (2x uncol.), captions in Latin and German language, publ. by M. Engelbrecht, Augsburg, ±1730.

= Present are no.4, 99, 100, 101, 117, 129, 193, 204, 229, 230, 232, 236, 255, 267, 277, 295, 297, 298, 306, 316 and 319.

€ (100-150) 375
69/5765 Birds  Gallus Domesticus Foemina chicken/ kip 69/5765 Birds Gallus Domesticus Foemina chicken/ kip
69/5765 [Birds]. "Gallus Domesticus Foemina" (chicken/ kip). Contemp. handcol. engraving, 9x23 cm., from C. Nozeman, M. Houttuyn and J.C. Sepp, Nederlandsche Vogelen (Amst., 1770-1829).

- Water-/ mouldstained in lower half; tear along half of left platemark.

€ (50-70) 50
69/5766 Birds  Garrulus Eurasian jay/ Vlaamse gaai 69/5766 Birds Garrulus Eurasian jay/ Vlaamse gaai
69/5766 [Birds]. "Garrulus" (Eurasian jay/ Vlaamse gaai). Contemp. handcol. engraving, 40,5x24,5 cm., from C. Nozeman, M. Houttuyn and J.C. Sepp, Nederlandsche Vogelen (Amst., 1770-1829), framed.

- Trifle/ very vaguely foxed.

€ (100-150) 100
69 5767 Birds  Gould J  1804 1881 and Richter H C  1821 1902 69 5767 Birds Gould J 1804 1881 and Richter H C 1821 1902
69/5767 [Birds]. Gould, J. (1804-1881) and Richter, H.C. (1821-1902). "Gecinus viridis" (Green woodpecker). "Dryocopus martius" (Black woodpecker). "Picus minor" (Lesser spotted woodpecker). "Picus major, linn." (Great spotted woodpecker). Four contemp. handcol. lithographs by J. GOULD and H.C. RICHTER, all 47x32 cm., from J. GOULD, The Birds of Great Britain, London, 1862-1875.
€ (200-300) 300
69/5768 Birds  Pica Eurasian magpie/ ekster 69/5768 Birds Pica Eurasian magpie/ ekster
69/5768 [Birds]. "Pica" (Eurasian magpie/ ekster). Contemp. handcol. engraving, 39,5x25 cm., from C. Nozeman, M. Houttuyn and J.C. Sepp, Nederlandsche Vogelen (Amst., 1770-1829), framed.

- Trifle/ very vaguely foxed.

€ (100-150) 100
69/5769 Birds  Picus albo nigroque varius major great spotted woodpecker/ grote bonte specht 69/5769 Birds Picus albo nigroque varius major great spotted woodpecker/ grote bonte specht
69/5769 [Birds]. "Picus albo nigroque varius major" (great spotted woodpecker/ grote bonte specht). Contemp. handcol. engraving, 39,5x26 cm., from C. Nozeman, M. Houttuyn and J.C. Sepp, Nederlandsche Vogelen (Amst., 1770-1829), framed.

- Trifle/ very vaguely foxed. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXVIII.

€ (100-150) 100
69/5770 Birds  Upupa hoopoe/ hop 69/5770 Birds Upupa hoopoe/ hop
69/5770 [Birds]. "Upupa" (hoopoe/ hop). Contemp. handcol. engraving, 37,5x23 cm., from C. Nozeman, M. Houttuyn and J.C. Sepp, Nederlandsche Vogelen (Amst., 1770-1829), framed (fine).
€ (100-150) 120
69/5771 Birds  Lot of 24 handcol  engr plates 69/5771 Birds Lot of 24 handcol engr plates
69/5771 [Birds]. Lot of 24 (handcol.) engr. plates, i.a. by GUYARD, MASSARD, COUTANT and SCHMELTZ, mainly after J.-G. PRÊTRE, 19th cent., ±23x14 cm. (leaf size), mainly titled below the image.

= I.a. "Le Paradisier Rouge", "Le Paradisier petit Emeraude", "Le Manucode", "Le Falcinelle multifil" and "Le Sifilet".

ADDED: 4 handcol. engr. plates of butterflies.

€ (100-150) 220