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69/5772 Birds  Lot of ±35 prints and 1 drawing 69/5772 Birds Lot of ±35 prints and 1 drawing
69/5772 [Birds]. Lot of ±35 prints and 1 drawing, small and medium sizes, all bookillustrations, German, 18th/ 19th cent., i.a. handcol. etchings from a German Buffon edition (sm. 8vo size) and col. lithographs printed by the "k. Hof- u Staatsdruckerei".
€ (100-150) 110
69/5773 [Birds]. Lot of ±175 handcol. engr./ lithogr. plates, mainly ±17x10 cm. (image), 50x after i.a. PRÊTRE/ TRAVIÈS/ CHASAL from G.L.L. DE BUFFON, Oeuvres complètes de Buffon, suivies de la classification comparée de Cuvier, Lesson etc. (Paris, 1837), 14x from E. DONOVAN, The Natural History of British Birds (London, ±1795) (w. the accomp. textlvs.), 33x from F.O. MORRIS, A History of British Birds (London, 1870) and ±65x from L.A.J. BURGERSDIJK, De dieren, afgebeeld, beschreven en in hunne levenswijze geschetst (Leyden, ±1870).

- A few plates trifle/ sl. yellowed/ foxed.

€ (120-150) 230
69 5774 Bloemaert C  1603 1684 69 5774 Bloemaert C 1603 1684
69/5774 Bloemaert, C. (1603-1684). An old woman with a purse. Engraving after G. HONTHORST, 15,2x10,8 cm., w. double 2-line engr. poem in Latin and Dutch below.

- Cut to the image. = Hollstein 299.

€ (70-90) 90
69 5775 Bloemaert C  1603 1684 69 5775 Bloemaert C 1603 1684
69/5775 Bloemaert, C. (1603-1684). "Siet hoe den ouden voelt het hoen, Een droge Queen wil oock wat doen. Engraving after H. BLOEMAERT, 16,9x12,1 cm. (incl. caption).

- Soiled, mostly in margins. = Hollstein 290.

€ (100-150) 100
69 5776 Blondeau J  1655 1698 69 5776 Blondeau J 1655 1698
69/5776 Blondeau, J. (1655-1698). "Sanctus Laurentius Martyr". Large engraving, 51,5x32 cm., titled and w. small Latin caption below, Rome, Giovanni Giacomo.

- Thumbed; vague waterst. in lower right corner; tiny brown spot in centre.

= With the collector's mark of Pictura Groningen (Lugt 2028) on verso.

Carracci, A. (1557-1602). (Christ and the Woman of Samaria). Large engraving, 41x33,2 cm., w. "Annib. Car. inv. f. 1669" engr. in the plate, w. Latin caption engr. below the image.

- Sl. creased/ frayed/ thumbed; sm. tear in lower right blank margin.

AND 2 other large engravings, i.a. modern impression by G.B. CASTIGLIONE.

€ (80-100) 80
69 5777 Boel C  1620 1668  attrib  69 5777 Boel C 1620 1668 attrib
69 5777 Boel C  1620 1668  attrib  69 5777 Boel C 1620 1668 attrib
69/5777 Boel, C. (1620-1668) (attrib.). (An old man with a fur hat holding a wine-glass and a jug). (A peasant filling his pipe, wearing a fur hat). Two etchings after D. TENIERS, 12,7x9,7 and 12x9,4 cm., "DT In ex cum privilegio" and "DT in et excud. cum privilegio".

- Good impressions with margins; several (damp)stained spots (incl. a gluestain in blank margin upper right corner); both etchings w. tear in right margin; both prints tipped onto paper.

= Attributed to Coryn Boel by the British Museum. Not in Hollstein.

€ (70-90) 90
69 5778 Boissieu J J de 1736 1810 69 5778 Boissieu J J de 1736 1810
69/5778 Boissieu, J.J. de (1736-1810). (Stable scene with children gathered around a teacher). Etching, 22,7x33 cm., monogrammed and "1780" in the plate (outer blank corners sl. dam.). - AND 11 other etchings, i.a. by the same (5x, partly w. defects in blank margins), J. BUISSON, P.C. CANOT, J. BARON[?] and J. BURDE.
€ (70-90) 110
69 5779 Bol H  1534 1593 69 5779 Bol H 1534 1593
69/5779 Bol, H. (1534-1593). Landscape with a castle to the right. Etching from the series of 12 Landscapes with views of villages, 22,9x32,3 cm., w. "HBOL" in centre of lower margin.

- Doubled w. Japanese and with extended margins, but also with 2mm margins of the plate mark; neatly closed vertical split in upper half of centre of image.

= New Hollstein 226, 1st state of 3.

Idem. Peasant feast in a village, a well in the foreground. Etching from the same series, 20x32,3 cm., w. "HBOL" and "H. Cok excu." in lower margin.

- Cut short in top margin; doubled; a few closed tears; manuscr. restorations in upper corners; some scratches between "H." and "Cock". Sold w.a.f.

= New Hollstein 217, 1st state of 3.

€ (200-300) 700
69 5780 Bolswert B A  1580 1633 69 5780 Bolswert B A 1580 1633
69/5780 Bolswert, B.A. (1580-1633). Pastorals. Eight engravings from the series of 14 engravings after A. BLOEMAERT, each 11x14 cm., 1611.

- Blank margins occas. creased and frayed; seven prints w. small wormholes just above image.

= Hollstein 327-333 and 336.

€ (150-250) 150
69 5781 Bolswert S A  ±1586 1659 69 5781 Bolswert S A ±1586 1659
69/5781 Bolswert, S.A. (±1586-1659). (Landscape with two men moving a cart loaded with stones). Engraving after P.P. RUBENS, ±32,5x44,5 cm., w. the address of G. Hendricx, Antw.

- A few tiny marginal tears; diagonal fold in lower left corner.

= From the set of of the small landscapes, plate 5. Hollstein 305-325, 4th state of 5.

AND 2 others from the same set: (Night scene with a bird net) (17th cent. impression, w. the address of Aegidius Hendricx) and (Shepherd with his sheepherd near a stream) (18th impression on thick paper).

€ (100-150) 210
69 5782 Bonasone G di A  act ±1531 1574 69 5782 Bonasone G di A act ±1531 1574
69/5782 Bonasone, G. di A. (act. ±1531-1574). (Pluto riding a chariot, descending into hell). Engraving, 19,4x25,7 cm., "I Bo" in the plate.

- Margins trimmed inside the platemark w. loss of image. Pinpoint hole affecting image; tear in upper left corner; lower left corner some inkflaw.

AND a sl. smaller copy in reverse (w. broad margins). - AND 6 others by B. BOSSI (3x), F. BOUCHER (2x) and S. BOURDON, "Magnificentia" (mouldy spots).

€ (100-150) 190
69 5783 Bosselman 19th cent  69 5783 Bosselman 19th cent
69/5783 Bosselman (19th cent.). "L'Amour et la Sagesse". Col. engraving, partially handcol., ±1810, 29,5x20 cm., framed.

- Sl. soiled.

€ (50-70)
69 5784 Boudewyns A F  A F Bauduin  1644 1711 69 5784 Boudewyns A F A F Bauduin 1644 1711
69 5784 Boudewyns A F  A F Bauduin  1644 1711 69 5784 Boudewyns A F A F Bauduin 1644 1711
69 5784 Boudewyns A F  A F Bauduin  1644 1711 69 5784 Boudewyns A F A F Bauduin 1644 1711
69 5784 Boudewyns A F  A F Bauduin  1644 1711 69 5784 Boudewyns A F A F Bauduin 1644 1711
69/5784 Boudewyns, A.F. (A.F. Bauduin) (1644-1711). (Landscape with hunters and travellers). Etching after A.F. VAN DER MEULEN, 31,5x44,5 cm., captions below image.

- Remnants of doubling paper along upper margin; trifle yellowed/ foxed.

AND ±15 miscell. other prints with landscapes, pastoral or hunting scenes, mainly 18th cent., by i.a. PERELLE, J. HERTEL, J.E. RIDINGER and incl. 2 hunting trophies by GUÉLARD after C. HUET.

-

N.B. For a rare counterproof of a print by F. Boudewijns (1682-1767) see lot no. #5366

€ (100-150) 150
69 5785 Bourdon S  1616 1671 69 5785 Bourdon S 1616 1671
69/5785 Bourdon, S. (1616-1671). "VII. Sepelire Mortuos." Engraving, 42x58 cm., engr. captions below, w. the address of P. Mariette, Paris.

- Two closed tears in lower margin (1x affecting image).

AND 9 others, i.a. by S. À BOLSWERT after P.P. RUBENS (w. the address of J.Ph. le Bas) and by C.H. VAN MEURS after G. DOU, "Dans ce Sombre Séjour (...)" (blank margins dam.).

€ (80-100) 120
69 5786 Bracquemond F  1833 1914 69 5786 Bracquemond F 1833 1914
69/5786 Bracquemond, F. (1833-1914). "Portrait de femme." Etching after J.-A.-D. INGRES, 23x15,5 cm. (platemark), engr. captions in the plate, from Gazette des Beaux-Arts (foxed in lower blank margin). - AND 14 others, mainly from periodicals, i.a. by the same (i.a "Chemin de Halage au Bas-Meudon" and "Métaire sur les Bords de l'Oise"), A. APPIAN and F. BRANGWYN (2x signed; mediocre copies).
€ (100-150)
69 5787 Brasser L  1717 1793 69 5787 Brasser L 1717 1793
69/5787 Brasser, L. (1717-1793). (People with sledges and skates on the ice near a bridge). Etching after P. DE MOLIJN, 15,2x19,3 cm., "L: Brasser f:" in the plate, framed.

- Sl. weak and soiled impression.

€ (50-70) 80
69 5788 Bril P  1554 1626  after 69 5788 Bril P 1554 1626 after
69/5788 Bril, P. (1554-1626) (after). (Riverlandscape with travellers and houses on the left). Etching, 10,5x14,5 cm., "1613" in the plate, published by H. HONDIUS.

= Not in Hollstein.

AND 4 other etchings and engravings i.a. after J. VAN GOYEN by J. VISSCHER.

€ (100-150) 100
69 5789 Bruyn N de  1571 1656  after 69 5789 Bruyn N de 1571 1656 after
69 5789 Bruyn N de  1571 1656  after 69 5789 Bruyn N de 1571 1656 after
69/5789 Bruyn, N. de. (1571-1656) (after). "Libellus varia Genera Piscium complectens". Series of 13 engravings (incl. title), each ±13,5x18,5 cm., "N. de Bruyn in." and numb. "1"-"13" in the plate.

- No. 12 margins cut short (within the platemark), lower right corner cut off and sl. yellowed/ stained; some foxing.

= New Hollstein 348-360. Copies in the same direction, publ. by C.J. Visscher. Nice and decorative series of fish. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXIX.

€ (250-350) 950
69 5790 Butterflies  Sepp J C  1739 1811 69 5790 Butterflies Sepp J C 1739 1811
69 5790 Butterflies  Sepp J C  1739 1811 69 5790 Butterflies Sepp J C 1739 1811
69/5790 [Butterflies]. Sepp, J.C. (1739-1811). Lot of ±225 handcol. (stipple-)engr. (some lithogr.) plates, from J.C. SEPP, Nederlandsche insecten (new series) (Amst./ The Hague, 1762-1900).

- Most plates on laid paper, some on later wove paper. Most plates fine; a few plates sl. yellowed or trifle/ sl. frayed/ dustsoiled in outer margins. All w. old annots. in upper blank margin, i.a. giving the official Latin name.

= Mostly moths ('nacht-vlinders'), some butterflies ('dag-vlinders'). Exquisite colouring, including one w. some gold.

€ (500-700) 650
69 5791 Calendars  Nouvel almanach pour l'annee de Notre Seigneur Jesus Christ 1810 69 5791 Calendars Nouvel almanach pour l'annee de Notre Seigneur Jesus Christ 1810
69/5791 [Calendars]. Nouvel almanach pour l'annee de Notre Seigneur Jesus-Christ 1810. Brussels, P.J. de Haes, n.d. (1809), letterpress broadside, w. woodcut numismatic ills., 51,7x42,5 cm.

- Contemp. annots. in pen and ink on verso, shining through; some foxing/ browned.

€ (50-70) 70