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69 5792 Callot J  1592 1635  after 69 5792 Callot J 1592 1635 after
69 5792 Callot J  1592 1635  after 69 5792 Callot J 1592 1635 after
69/5792 Callot, J. (1592-1635) (after). La halte des bohémiens. Etching from the series Les Bohémiens, 12x23 cm., lower right corner w. engr. "no. 105", "G. Valk Excudit", "I. Callot inven." and "1", lower left corner w. "f", upper right w. extensive caption.

- Ample margins; vague stain in upper right corner and a few spots elsewhere.

= Cf. Lieure 374f. "Vous qui prenez plaisir en leurs parolles, Gardez vos blancs, vos testons; et pistolles".

Perelle, G. (1600-1677). (Landscape with houses and a bridge over a river). Etching, 10,7x21,9 cm., "Perelle inventor", "N. Visscher excudit" and "2" engr. below the image.

- Old vertical fold; trifle spotted/ stained.

AND 8 other etchings, i.a. 6 by N. PERIGNON, from the series "Premier Cahyer de Paysage"/ "Deuxieme Cahier de Paysage" (incl. the title-etchings).

€ (100-150) 130
69 5793 Caricature  Daumier H  1808 1879 69 5793 Caricature Daumier H 1808 1879
69/5793 [Caricature]. Daumier, H. (1808-1879). "Vous raisonnez comme une canne! - Et vous comme une betterave!" Contemp. handcol. and gommé lithograph, w. lithogr. captions, Paris, Banger, ±1840.

= Types Parisiens, 11.

Boilly, L. (1761-1845) (after). "Les antiquaires." Handcol. lithograph by ? after L. BOILLY, 23x19 cm., signed and titled on the stone.

- Probably a late 19th/ early 20th cent. impression.

AND 2 other 19th cent. caricatural prints by J. GILLRAY (foxed and laid down) and G. CRUIKSHANK (later (handcol.) impression).

€ (70-90) 70
69 5794 Caricature  Englischer Bickelhering/ jetzo ein vornehmer Eysenhändeler/ mit Axt/ Beyl/ Bartengen Prage Jubilierende 69 5794 Caricature Englischer Bickelhering/ jetzo ein vornehmer Eysenhändeler/ mit Axt/ Beyl/ Bartengen Prage Jubilierende
69/5794 [Caricature]. "Englischer Bickelhering/ jetzo ein vornehmer Eysenhändeler/ mit Axt/ Beyl/ Bartengen Prage Jubilierende". Broadside, 1621, 37x28,5 cm., letterpress text in 3 columns, w. central engraving (18,5x12,8 cm.) showing the character of Pickelhering carrying a bag of axes, mounted on stiff paper.

- Margins cut short; a few sm. closed tears; left upper and lower corner dam.

= The engraving shows the character of Pickelhering, a standard comic figure in performances given in Germany by English travelling players, known as "Englische Comödianten". This broadside is a mocking caricature on the British and Dutch voluntary military forces that came to the aid of the Calvinists in Bohemia at the start of the Bohemian Revolt. Pickelhering is unaware of the latest events in Bohemia, the defeat and flight of Frederick V after the Battle of White Mountain. Expecting to make large profits (i.e. winning the battle) from selling axes to the Calvinists in Prague and being greedy, he is struggling with a far too heavy load to Prague. The chronogram in the title reads 1621. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXVIII.

€ (200-300) 325
69 5795 Caricature  Grandville J J  after 69 5795 Caricature Grandville J J after
69 5795 Caricature  Grandville J J  after 69 5795 Caricature Grandville J J after
69 5795 Caricature  Grandville J J  after 69 5795 Caricature Grandville J J after
69 5795 Caricature  Grandville J J  after 69 5795 Caricature Grandville J J after
69/5795 [Caricature]. Grandville, J.J. (after). Le Dimanche d'un bourgeois de Paris ou les Tribulations de la petite propriété. Series of 12 handcol. lithographs by LANGLUMÉ, each w. captions above and below, each ±21,5x21,5 cm., Paris, Langlumé, ±1825.

- One print w. margins trimmed; occas. trifle spotted.

= Nice series showing the rather stressful Sunday of a bourgeois family trying to have a nice day out.

AND 11 other prints, 18th/ early 19th cent., partly of caricatural nature, i.a. "Drawing from Life at the Royal Academy" (handcol. aquatint by ROWLANDSON and PUGIN, London, 1808), "De Puiterveensche Helleveeg, aan den tap" (engr. by P. TANJÉ after C. TROOST, Amst., ±1760), "The Industrious' Prentice performing the Duty of a Christian" and a dinner party getting out of hand (2 engrs. from diff. series by RIEPENHAUSEN after W. HOGARTH) and an engraving showing 7 heads of men with big noses or "Deep Ones" (monogrammed and publ. by M. Darly, 1777).

€ (100-150) 550
69/5796 Caricature  Het groote tafereel der dwaasheid Vertoonende de opkomst voortgang en ondergang der Actie Bubbel en Windnegotie in Vrankryk Engeland en de Nederlanden gepleegt in den Jaa69/5796 Caricature Het groote tafereel der dwaasheid Vertoonende de opkomst voortgang en ondergang der Actie Bubbel en Windnegotie in Vrankryk Engeland en de Nederlanden gepleegt in den Jaa
69/5796 [Caricature]. (Het groote tafereel der dwaasheid, Vertoonende de opkomst, voortgang en ondergang der Actie, Bubbel en Windnegotie, in Vrankryk, Engeland, en de Nederlanden, gepleegt in den Jaare MDCCXX). Lot of ±45 engravings, partly w. letterpress text, (Amst., ±1720).

- Occas. stained in margins; a few w. tears on folds.

= Incl. duplicates. I.a. F.M. 3543, 3545, 3548, 3552, 3555, 3559, 3566, 3581, 3591, 3598 and 3603. Biting satirical caricatures of The Great Mirror of Folly.

€ (200-300) 375
69 5797 Caricature  Hogarth W  1697 1764 69 5797 Caricature Hogarth W 1697 1764
69 5797 Caricature  Hogarth W  1697 1764 69 5797 Caricature Hogarth W 1697 1764
69 5797 Caricature  Hogarth W  1697 1764 69 5797 Caricature Hogarth W 1697 1764
69/5797 [Caricature]. Hogarth, W. (1697-1764). A Rake's progress. Plate 5. Engraving, 1735, 34,6x39,3 cm., on thick wove paper.

- Foxed and duststained in margins. = Paulson 136, 3rd state of 3.

AND 23 other engravings by/ after the same, mostly late 18th/ early 19th cent. impressions, various defects, i.a. Before and After (Paulson 141 and 142, 3rd state); Gin Lane (3rd state); The Bruiser (Paulson 215, 8th state) and Tailpiece or the Bathos (copy after Hogarth's final print).

€ (100-150) 220
69 5798 Caricature  Hogarth W  1697 1764  after 69 5798 Caricature Hogarth W 1697 1764 after
69/5798 [Caricature]. Hogarth, W. (1697-1764) (after). "An Election Entertainment. Plate 1." Handcol. etching and engraving by J.H. BROCAS, 23x33,5 cm. (incl. captions) (verso remains of former mount).
€ (30-40) 30
69 5799 Caricature  Hogarth W  1697 1764  after 69 5799 Caricature Hogarth W 1697 1764 after
69/5799 [Caricature]. Hogarth, W. (1697-1764) (after). The Tavern Scene. Engr. by THOMAS COOK, 34,5x39 cm. (incl. captions), London, G..G. & J. Robinson, 1796.

- Sl. dustsoiled; waterstain and sm. tear in upper blank margin. = A Rake's Progress, plate 3.

Hogarth, W. (1697-1764). The Invasion. "France". Etching, 1756, 32x39 cm. (platemark).

= Paulson 202, 3rd state of 3. On the possible invasion by France.

Sayers, J. (1748-1823). A Transfer of East India Stock. Etching, ±1783, 29,5x21,8 cm.

= A rare (illegal?) contemporary copy after the print by Sayers on paper with watermark of Curteis & Sons (±1787-1800). Showing the British prime minister Fox carrying the buildings of the East India Company. An attack on the East India Bills of 1783 of the Fox administration in which the sovereignty and patronage of India was transferred from the Crown and the East India company to the British government.

€ (50-70) 100
69 5800 Caricature  Hogarth W  1697 1764  after 69 5800 Caricature Hogarth W 1697 1764 after
69/5800 [Caricature]. Hogarth, W. (1697-1764) (after). "To the Right Hon.ble Earl Onslow. This Plate respresenting the House of Commons in Sir Robert Walpole's Administration." Stipple-engraving by A. FOGG, 52x37 cm., engr. captions below, London, E. Harding, 1803.

- Lower blank margin foxed/ sl. waterst./ frayed.

AND 2 miscell. others by J. CALLOT, "Scelta d''Alcuni miracoli" (trimmed inside the image and tipped onto mount w. tears) and by P. TANJÉ after C. TROOST, "De Schyndeugd".

€ (60-80)
69/5801 Caricature  The Plumb pudding in danger or State Epicures taking un petit Souper 69/5801 Caricature The Plumb pudding in danger or State Epicures taking un petit Souper
69/5801 Caricature  The Plumb pudding in danger or State Epicures taking un petit Souper 69/5801 Caricature The Plumb pudding in danger or State Epicures taking un petit Souper
69/5801 Caricature  The Plumb pudding in danger or State Epicures taking un petit Souper 69/5801 Caricature The Plumb pudding in danger or State Epicures taking un petit Souper
69/5801 Caricature  The Plumb pudding in danger or State Epicures taking un petit Souper 69/5801 Caricature The Plumb pudding in danger or State Epicures taking un petit Souper
69/5801 Caricature  The Plumb pudding in danger or State Epicures taking un petit Souper 69/5801 Caricature The Plumb pudding in danger or State Epicures taking un petit Souper
69/5801 [Caricature]. "The Plumb-pudding in danger. or State Epicures taking un petit Souper". Handcol. engraving by J. GILLRAY, 17,6x22,5 cm. (platemark), "No.XIV" in the plate.

- Vertical folds. = Famous caricature on Napoleon and George III dividing Europe.

"Der faule Frieden von 17. u. 19. Nov. 1835". Partly handcol. lithograph, 15,6x31 cm., without address.

- Sl. soiled. = Caricature for an unknown event.

"Eheliche Freuden. Die unerwartete Zurückkunft". Handcol. lithograph, 20,6x17 cm., "No.19 H.4" on the stone, without address, ±1820.

- Stain in lower margin. = After an English caricature.

AND 15 others, mostly German, all 19th cent., i.a. with the figure of Krähwinckels, "Hercules am Scheidewege" (handcol. engr., ±1810. A fat reverend has to choose between a large meal and a beautiful woman).

€ (100-150) 425
69 5802 Caricature  Riepenhausen E L  1765 1840 69 5802 Caricature Riepenhausen E L 1765 1840
69 5802 Caricature  Riepenhausen E L  1765 1840 69 5802 Caricature Riepenhausen E L 1765 1840
69/5802 [Caricature]. Riepenhausen, E.L. (1765-1840). Industry and Idleness. Plate no. 3-6 and 8-11. Eight plates from the series of 12, after W. HOGARTH, each 20x26 cm.

- Trifle foxed in blank margins.

= Reduced versions of the original prints, from G.C. LICHTENBERG, Ausführliche Erklärung der Hogarthischen Kupferstiche (...) (Gött., 1794-1834).

AND 26 others, i.a. by and after the same, partly sl. foxed, i.a. engravings from the series A Harlot's Progress and Hudibras, and 1 print from Het Groote Tafereel der Dwaasheid ("De malle Actionisten naar Vianen of 't Peperland").

€ (100-150) 170
69/5803 Caricature  De Roomsche Kerk beoordeeld door het woord van God 69/5803 Caricature De Roomsche Kerk beoordeeld door het woord van God
69/5803 [Caricature]. "De Roomsche Kerk beoordeeld door het woord van God". Tinted lithograph, 26x34 cm., caption below, Tiel, C. Campagne, ±1853.

- Margins cut to/ on the framing line; closed marginal tears.

= Rare anti-Catholic caricature, made by a representative of the Aprilbeweging, i.e. the Protestant and conservative movement against the reestablishment of the episcopal hierarchy in the Netherlands in 1853.

€ (50-70) 50
69 5804 Caricature  Rowlandson T  1756 1827 69 5804 Caricature Rowlandson T 1756 1827
69 5804 Caricature  Rowlandson T  1756 1827 69 5804 Caricature Rowlandson T 1756 1827
69/5804 [Caricature]. Rowlandson, T. (1756-1827). "Odd fellows from Downing Street, complaining to John Bull." Handcol. etching after G.M. WOODWARD, 23x32 cm., Cheapside, T. Tegg, 1808.

- Slightly browned; sm. tear in right blank margin.

AND 3 contemp. prints, i.a. P. PRY, "An.Election.Ball" (handcol. etching, London, McLean, 1829).

€ (150-250)
69/5805 Caricature  Staatkundige Printverbeelding Wegens den Staat der Engelsche Natie in 1778 69/5805 Caricature Staatkundige Printverbeelding Wegens den Staat der Engelsche Natie in 1778
69/5805 [Caricature]. "Staatkundige Printverbeelding, Wegens den Staat der Engelsche Natie in 1778." Engraving, 17,3x26,8 cm., w. below, on separate sheet, the letterpress "Verklaring".

- Trifle creased and on both sheets small brown spot; untrimmed margins.

= Satirical allegory of the English weakness during the American Revolutionary War (1775-1783), mocking the English whose commercial wealth (represented by a milk-cow) is being exploited by the native Americans (sawing off the cow's horns), the Dutch (milking her) and the French and Spanish (walking off with a full bowl of milk); the sleeping English lion is doing nothing to prevent it. Philadelphia, in the background, was conquered by the British in September 1777, but was found partly deserted. F.M. 4337.

€ (200-300) 210
69/5806 Caricature  Transformation print of a profile of a head consising of climbing naked people 69/5806 Caricature Transformation print of a profile of a head consising of climbing naked people
69/5806 [Caricature]. (Transformation print of a profile of a head consising of climbing naked people). Circular handcol. engraving, Ø ±8 cm., early 19th cent.

= Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXL.

AND 7 others circular prints, mostly caricatural, all Ø ±8 cm., i.a. "Le Thé à la Mode" (circular handcol. engraving, early 19th cent. Showing anthropomorphic cats and dogs having tea); "la Rencontre Nez à Nez" (circular engraving, early 19th cent. Showing two big-nosed men putting their noses dangerously close to each other, with a third man looking on in mild panick from behind); (A group of 7 men taking a pinch of snuff) (circular handcol. engraving, early 19th cent.) and "Qui a bu boira. Serment d'ivrogne" (circular handcol. engraving, early 19th cent.).

€ (150-250) 250
69 5807 Caricature  Veber J  1864 1928 69 5807 Caricature Veber J 1864 1928
69/5807 [Caricature]. Veber, J. (1864-1928). "Le philosophe." Col. lithograph, 16,5x24 cm., signed "Jean Veber", titled and "33/100" in pencil (yellowed). - AND ±40 other prints, mainly caricatural, i.a. by C. LÉANDRE, P. GAVARNI (10x from Masques et Visages) and H. DAUMIER (from Le Charivari).
€ (80-100) 80
69/5808 [Caricature]. Lot of ±75 lithographs and woodengravings, all French, 2nd half 19th cent., all book/ newspaper illustrations, i.a. by J. LECHEVALLIER ("Si vieillesse pouvait (...))", CHAM, GAVARNI, H. DAUMIER and PIGAL.
€ (70-90)
69 5809 Carracci A  1557 1602  after 69 5809 Carracci A 1557 1602 after
69 5809 Carracci A  1557 1602  after 69 5809 Carracci A 1557 1602 after
69/5809 Carracci, A. (1557-1602) (after). (Landscape, in the foreground two men seated under a tree). Etching, 26,7x38 cm.

- On 17th cent. paper w. unident. watermark; some creases in margin; tipped onto paper mount at two places.

Testa, P. (1611-1650). (Saint Jerome). Etching, 30,5x23 cm., monogrammed and "Gio. Iacomo Rossi le Stampa in Roma alla Pacc." in the plate.

- On paper w. encircled and crowned fleur de lys watermark. Some very vague yellow staining; sm. thin spot in right margin; small old ms. number "15" in lower outer right corner.

= Bartsch 15.

€ (120-150) 130
69 5810 Castiglione G B  1609 1664 69 5810 Castiglione G B 1609 1664
69/5810 Castiglione, G.B. (1609-1664). (A bearded man looking down). Etching, ±1645-1650, 19x15 cm., signed "Castiglione Genovese" in the plate.

- Trimmed to/ justinside the platemark; sl. stained; oblique fold. Verso traces of former mounting; small unidentified collector's mark.

AND an etching after B. CASTIGLIONE, (Pastoral landscape) (1742. Defects in margins from former mounting).

€ (100-150) 190
69 5811 Cats J  1741 1799 69 5811 Cats J 1741 1799
69/5811 Cats, J. (1741-1799). Landscape. Etching from the series of 6 small etchings, 5,7x8,2 cm., signed and dated "J=Cats inv et fec 1768" in the plate.

= Wurzbach 1.

€ (40-60)