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69/5812 Cats  The Goldfishes The Medallion 69/5812 Cats The Goldfishes The Medallion
69/5812 Cats  The Goldfishes The Medallion 69/5812 Cats The Goldfishes The Medallion
69/5812 Cats  The Goldfishes The Medallion 69/5812 Cats The Goldfishes The Medallion
69/5812 Cats  The Goldfishes The Medallion 69/5812 Cats The Goldfishes The Medallion
69/5812 [Cats]. "The Goldfishes". "The Medallion". Two handcol. lithographs, 24,5x34,7 cm., publ. by E.G. May & Sohne, Frankf. a.M., ±1850.

= Two scenes with two white cats.

AND 2 other similar prints showing cats, publ. by the same: "Miau". "Poor Puss. Das liebe Minzchen. Chere Minette".

€ (60-80) 100
69 5813 Cavazza G  ±1620 ? 69 5813 Cavazza G ±1620 ?
69/5813 Cavazza, G. (±1620-?). (Church façade). Etching, 61x34,5 cm., "Io: Bapt: Cavazza fe" and monogrammed "NVFD or "NMFD" in the plate.

- Three horizontal and one vertical fold; several mended tears; dam. section in left margin, just touching the image.

AND 4 others, i.a. by F. VASONI after E. RODRIGUEZ ("Prospetto della Facciata della Chiesa di S.M. d'Araceli (...)". Folds), by F. VASCONI after G.B. MORANDI ("Altare maggiore della Chiesa della Madonne SSma della Vittoria (...)"), an anonymous early 18th cent. fold. engraving "Lo interiore del Duomi di Parma paruto riccamente in occasione delle Nozze d'Elisabette Farnese Regin Regnante di Spagna" (42,5x66,5 cm.) and P.A. MARTINI, "Lauda-Conatum. Exposition au Salon du Louvre en 1787" (browned and laid down).

€ (100-150)
69 5814 Cesio C  1626 1686 69 5814 Cesio C 1626 1686
69 5814 Cesio C  1626 1686 69 5814 Cesio C 1626 1686
69 5814 Cesio C  1626 1686 69 5814 Cesio C 1626 1686
69 5814 Cesio C  1626 1686 69 5814 Cesio C 1626 1686
69 5814 Cesio C  1626 1686 69 5814 Cesio C 1626 1686
69/5814 Cesio, C. (1626-1686). (St. Andrew led to torture). Etching after G. RENI, 30x44 cm., "Carlo Cesio sculp.", "Guido Reni pinxit." and "Arnoldo Van Westerhout formis." in the plate.

- (Sl.) foxed; tiny portion of upper blank corner missing.

Audenaerd, R. van (1663-1743). (David carrying the head of Goliath). Etching after C. MARRATTUS, engr. text below image, 39,7x26 cm., "R.V. AudenAerd Sculp." and "Car. Marrattus invent. et del." in the plate.

- Horizontal fold w. closed tear; some foxed spots; sl. soiled.

AND ±20 other 17th/ 18th cent. engravings, mainly biblical/ devotional prints, i.a. by J. SADELER after M. DE VOS, J.B. VRINTS after M. DE VOS and F. ERTINGER.

€ (120-150) 190
69 5815 Chodowiecki D  1726 1801 69 5815 Chodowiecki D 1726 1801
69/5815 Chodowiecki, D. (1726-1801). (Landscape with buildings on a hilltop). Mezzotint after REMBRANDT, 18,5x21 cm., "par D. Chodowiecki" and "Gravé d'apres le Dessein de Rembrandt" engr. below the image.

- Trimmed to the platemark; top margin trifle chipped.

AND 6 miscell. other prints.

€ (100-150) 100
69 5816 Collaert A  ±1560 1618 69 5816 Collaert A ±1560 1618
69/5816 Collaert, A. (±1560-1618). Spring. Engraving from the series The Four Seasons after M. DE VOS, 1588, 19,8x26,7 cm., "M. de Vos inventor", "Adrianus Collaert sculpsit et excudit" in the image, 4 lines of Latin text in 2 columns below the image.

- Trimmed on/ just outside the borderline; trifle dustsoiled; unobtrusive vertical fold; restored spot in upper and right margin.

= New Hollstein 1322, 1st state (of 3).

€ (250-350)
69 5817 Collaert A  ±1560 1618  after 69 5817 Collaert A ±1560 1618 after
69 5817 Collaert A  ±1560 1618  after 69 5817 Collaert A ±1560 1618 after
69/5817 Collaert, A. (±1560-1618) (after). "Avium Vivae Icones". Six from the series of 18 engravings (incl. title), each ±12x16 cm., numb. in the plate, Amst., C.J. Visscher, 1625.

- Sl. yellowed/ fingersoiled; blank margins occas. vaguely waterst.

= Copies after Hollstein, the Collaert Dynasty 1404, 1423, 1424, 1428, 1433 and 1434. "Exact copies in same direction, with same Latin names".

AND 2 similar engravings of birds, from a diff. series.

€ (200-300)
69 5818 Collaert A  ±1560 1618  after 69 5818 Collaert A ±1560 1618 after
69 5818 Collaert A  ±1560 1618  after 69 5818 Collaert A ±1560 1618 after
69 5818 Collaert A  ±1560 1618  after 69 5818 Collaert A ±1560 1618 after
69/5818 Collaert, A. (±1560-1618) (after). "Piscium Vivae Icones". Series of 20 engravings (incl. title), each 12,3x18,8 cm., n.pl., N.J. Visscher, 1634.

- Formerly bound together; upper margin partly sl. frayed and dustsoiled; 2 plates w. brownish stain in right margin; one plate w. small burning hole; some foxing.

= Copies in reverse of a selection of Hollstein, the Collaert Dynasty 1436-1461. Beautiful series. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXIX.

€ (800-1.000) 800
69 5819 Coornhert D V  Anonymous 17th cent  69 5819 Coornhert D V Anonymous 17th cent
69/5819 [Coornhert, D.V.]. Anonymous (17th cent.). (Portrait of Coornhert). Engraved oval portrait within richly engr. allegorical borders, ±40x30 cm., 4 lines Dutch text in 2 columns engr. above and below the image.

- Blank margins carefully restored/ strengthened; yellowed.

= Muller 1121: "(...) in ov., gevormd door wolken, met zeer veel beeldwerk en schrifts rondom." Rare and interesting portrait of Dirck Volkertsz. Coornhert (1522-1590).

€ (200-300) 475
69 5820 Cornet J L  1815 1882 69 5820 Cornet J L 1815 1882
69 5820 Cornet J L  1815 1882 69 5820 Cornet J L 1815 1882
69/5820 Cornet, J.L. (1815-1882). Ets-proeven. Thirty proofs of etchings, various sizes, partly monogrammed and all w. "1ste" - "3de Proef" in pencil, partly also titled in pencil, partly w. engr. title below the image, mostly tipped onto mount, Leyden, 1851(-1860), kept in 3 orig. lithogr. paper portfolios (by A. BOMLI) (48,5x31 cm.).

- All in fine condition.

= Rare first/ early impressions of these etchings, 1x also with dedication in pencil by the artist (i.a. "Souvenir aan den Hr C. Kneppelhout van Sterkenburg"). Some titles given in pencil on mount: "Gezigt onder Wassenaar in de duinen naar Waasdorp"; "Rood aarde verkopers", "de Oude Waterslootsche Poort te Delft", "te Hoei" and "Storm van den 26 September Ao.1853 op den Huize Endegeest bij Leyden". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXL.

€ (300-500) 800
69 5821 Cunego D  1727 1794 69 5821 Cunego D 1727 1794
69/5821 Cunego, D. (1727-1794). (Saint Basilio). Engraving after P. SUBLEYRAS, 34,7x27,3 cm.

= Proof before lettering, but with old annots. in pen identifying engraver, painter and the date "Rome 1776".

AND 19 others i.a. by G. GANDOLFI, J.A. PIERRON, F. FREGORI, G. VITALBA (The Annunciation), G.S. PERINI (Michael slays the dragon), A. CALZI (Adam with the apple) and a handcol. and gommé lithograph after RAPHAEL ("Madone de S. Sixte").

€ (100-150) 160
69/5822 Curaçao  Het springen van 's lands oorlogschip Alphen in de haven van Curaçao 69/5822 Curaçao Het springen van 's lands oorlogschip Alphen in de haven van Curaçao
69/5822 Curaçao  Het springen van 's lands oorlogschip Alphen in de haven van Curaçao 69/5822 Curaçao Het springen van 's lands oorlogschip Alphen in de haven van Curaçao
69/5822 [Curaçao]. "Het springen van 's lands oorlogschip Alphen, in de haven van Curaçao". Contemp. handcol. engraving by J. PUNT after H. KOBELL, 26x35,5 cm., w. engr. caption below image and the address of P. Conradi and Van der Plaats, 1787.

- (Sl.) browned; old middle fold. = F.M. 4332b. Rare.

AND 3 others, all handcol.: "Afbeelding van het springen van 's Lands Oorlogschip Alphen, op de Reede van Curaçao" (handcol. woodcut by H. NUMAN, Amst., Erve Wed. J. van Egmont, late 18th cent.) and 2 views depicting the capture of Curaçao by the English in 1807, "The Taking of Curacoa" (engr. by S. LACY, 1811) and "Capture of Curacoa" (aquatint by J. BAILEY, 1815).

€ (120-150) 120
69 5823 Daubigny C F  1817 1878 69 5823 Daubigny C F 1817 1878
69/5823 Daubigny, C.F. (1817-1878). Le déjeuner du départ à Asnières. Etching, 10,4x15,5 cm., signed "Daubigny" in the plate below the image, w. blindst. of A. Cadart and Chevalier in lower blank margin.

- Yellowed; some defects in outer blank margins.

= Delteil 100, the 2nd state (of 3), before the address of Delâtre.

AND 14 miscellaneous others, i.a. by the same and a few 19th cent. chromolithographs of young women, folio size.

€ (70-90) 70
69 5824 Dequevauviller F  1745 ±1807 69 5824 Dequevauviller F 1745 ±1807
69/5824 Dequevauviller, F. (1745-±1807). "L'assemblé au salon". Handcol. engraving ON SILK after N. LARREINCE, engr. captions and heraldic vignette below image, 37,8x46,8 cm., Paris, the artist, 1783.

- Tipped onto mount along outer side margins; browned passepartout line in blank margins; sl. yellowed.

Regnault, N.F. (1746-±1810). "Le baiser à la dérobée." "Le verrou." Two col. etching and aquatints after H. FRAGONARD, both 40x46 cm., Paris, the artist, ±1785.

- Le Baiser sl. yellowed/ foxed in blank margins; Verrou trifle foxed in blank margins.

= WITH a second copy of Le Baiser in monochrome version, before letters.

AND 13 others, all late 18th cent., incl. 8 (oval) colour etching and aquatints, i.a. "Coucou" (by P. BELJAMBE after LEROY, 30,5x37 cm.); "A Tea Garden" (by F.D. SOIRON after G. MORLAND, 25x29 cm.) and 3 prints after J.B. HUET.

€ (120-150) 120
69 5825 Diamantini G  1631 1705 69 5825 Diamantini G 1631 1705
69/5825 Diamantini, G. (1631-1705). (Venus and Adonis). Etching, 26,3x19,3 cm., signed "Joseph Diamantinus" and w. etched Latin text below in the plate.

- Tiny tears and minuscule hole in the face of Adonis. Trimmed on/ just inside the borderline.

= Calabi 20. Not in Bartsch. Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXL.

€ (350-450) 375
69 5826 Diderot and D'Alembert  Salon Spinola 69 5826 Diderot and D'Alembert Salon Spinola
69/5826 [Diderot and D'Alembert]. (Salon Spinola). Four fold. engr. plates by DESPREZ after DE WAILLY, each 42,2x30,8 cm., from DIDEROT and D'ALEMBERT, Encyclopédie, ±1770. - AND 26 other engr. plates from the same work, all ±20,5x33,5 cm., bound in two parts, engr. caption below image, numb. in upper right corner (i.a. 6 plates from the section "Marchande de modes").

- Occas. marginally waterstained.

= Plates are (later) bound with explications from the encyclopaedia in three separate parts: "Tanneur, Parcheminier et Paumier 3 Pieces", "l'Art de Fourneur" and "Optique, Lunetier et Perspective 3 Pieces".

€ (50-70)
69 5827 Doetecum J van ? 1605 and Doetecum L van act 1554 1572 69 5827 Doetecum J van ? 1605 and Doetecum L van act 1554 1572
69/5827 Doetecum, J. van (?-1605) and Doetecum, L. van (act. 1554-1572). Landscape with St. John the Baptist preaching and the baptism of Christ. Etching and engraving after L. GASSEL from the series of 5 Landscapes with biblical subjects, ±1562, 24,1x33,4 cm., with "N. Lauwers excu" in lower margin.

- Fine impression, trimmed well outside the plate mark; trifle foxed in upper margin; some traces of former tipping in on verso.

= New Hollstein, The Van Doetecum Family 293, 2nd state (not mentioned for this priint by Hollstein). With collector's stamp of Collection d'Aremberg on verso (Lugt 567). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLI.

€ (400-600) 700
69 5828 Drevet P  1663 1738 69 5828 Drevet P 1663 1738
69/5828 Drevet, P. (1663-1738). "Marie, par la grace de Dieu, Souveraine de Naufchâtel et Vallangin, Duchesse de Nemours." Engraving after H. RIGAUD, 1707, 47x33,4 cm., engr. captions below. - AND 3 other portraits by the same: "Antonius Portail illustrissimus senatus princeps", "La Faucille à la main c'est ainsi que Cerés (...)" and "René Francois de Beauvau" (frayed/ sl. dam. in margins).
€ (80-100) 80
69 5829 Duchet C  late 16th cent  69 5829 Duchet C late 16th cent
69/5829 Duchet, C. (late 16th cent.). "Captiolii Sciographia ex ipso (...)." Etched view after J. ORLANDI, 37x54,4 cm., engr. captions above, 1602.

- Right margin trimmed to/ just inside the borderline; middle-fold.

AND an engraving by G. ROGHMAN after J. TINTORETTO, Massacre of the Innocents (publ. by C.J. Visscher) and an etching and engraving by J. LONDERSEEL after HONDECOETER (laid down on mount; worn).

€ (100-150)
69 5830 Dusart C  1660 1704  after 69 5830 Dusart C 1660 1704 after
69 5830 Dusart C  1660 1704  after 69 5830 Dusart C 1660 1704 after
69/5830 Dusart, C. (1660-1704) (after). An old woman with a glass./ A smoking woman. Two engravings by M. POOL, both ±25x18,5 cm.

- Small tear in right margin of first print, sl. affecting image; trifle foxed/ sl. frayed in upper and lower blank margins.

= From a series of drinking and smoking peasants, Hollstein 68 and 69(?), states without the engr. artist's names. Captions: "Tabak verdroogt en is der vrouwen vijandin: Maar dit Rossoolisje geeft kragten aan de Min."/ "Griet, waarom lachje? Griet, wat segje van dat doosje? Sij stal het gis'tren uit de knapsak van haar Joosje."

€ (150-250)
69 5831 Dyck A van 1599 1641  after 69 5831 Dyck A van 1599 1641 after
69/5831 Dyck, A. van (1599-1641) (after). (Portrait of Petrus de Jode). Etching and engraving from the series Icones principum virorum doctorum, 24,7x16,8 cm., engr. caption and "Ant. van Dyck pinxit" and "L. Vorsterman Sculpt" below the image.

- Good impression with small margins. = Hollstein 68, 7th state (of 7).

AND 2 etchings by J.C. JANSON.

€ (80-100)