6318 - 6479 FINE ARTS - DUTCH TOPOGRAPHY. MAPS, PLANS and VIEWS
- Yellowed; a few tears in blank margins; formerly rolled.
= The panorama was made by Willem Troost II (1812-1893), on occasion of the opening of the railway between The Hague and Rotterdam in 1847. Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CLXXXIV.
AND 4 other engr./ lithogr. views of Schiedam.
= Van der Krogt/ Koeman IV-2/2, 3909.
- Tears at outer ends of fold (lower end repaired). = Guicciardini Illustratus 2.2.
- Usual occas. foxing. Board edges and spine worn/ dam.
= In total 88 plates were made by Lutgers for his views of The Hague and Leyden and surroundings. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CLXXXV.
- Folds as publ.; some repaired minor holes/ tears along folds; "Treves-kamer" remargined at left and w. closed tear in left margin of image.
AND 25 other smaller views (incl. some duplicates) from the same work (1x handcoloured).
- One print sl. foxed; one w. closed scratch/ tear in lower blank margin; one print doubled.
= I.a. "'t Huis te Westerbeek" (handcol.); "'t Kooren-Huis"; "De Oude of St. Joris Doelen"; "'t Hofje van Juffr. Corn. van Wouw"; "Binckhorst"; "'t Huis ter Noot"; "'t Klein of Stukken Boter Huis"; "'s Lands Geschut-Huis"; "De Vleesch-Hal"; "'t Huis van Prins Maurits van Nassau"; "Het Oude Hof" (1x handcol.); "De Groote of St. Jacobs Kerk"; "Synagoge der Portugeesche Jooden" and "Het Tucht of Spinhuis".
= I.a. from DE RIEMER, Beschryving van 's Graven-Hage.
- Large waterstain in lower margin; vaguely foxed/ age-toned; sm. printing flaw in lower left corner; sm. spot w. surface dam. in image.
= Van der Krogt/ Koeman IV-2/2, 4313.
- Trimmed at left and right, eliminating the printed text; a few sm. tears; yellowed; sl. foxed. = Rare.
AND ±30 others, mostly framed, mainly showing country estates near Utrecht or in the Vechtstreek, i.a. from De Zegepraalende Vecht (1719) and Het verheerlykt Nederland (±1750) (incl. a few duplicates), and incl. the engr. map "Episcop. Ultraiectinus" (handcol., Amst. H. Hondius, 1628; sl. browned), the engraving "'T in den Eed Neemen der Schutterye, te Utrecht: den 20sten Maart, 1786", 6 'Kuiperkaartjes' and a nice pencil drawing showing a street in Eemnes by R.C.H. RENS (1943).
- Orig. wr. sl. folded along margins and sl. duststained; portfolio dam., waterstained and sl. warped. Map fine.
- Orig. frontwrapper some restored/ strengthened spots and a closed tear. Otherwise fine.
= Rare, no copy traced.
- Sl. yellowed, otherwise fine. Not examined outside frame.
= Koeman III, 184 (245). Large and detailed map, including the entire Veluwe, originally published by Nic. Visscher, his address still present in the large cartouche.
- The left sheet only. Fold in lower left corner; sl. yellowed. = Koeman III, 184 (245).
"Ultraiectum dominium." Engr. map w. handcol. borders, 38,5x50 cm., Amst., W. Blaeu, ±1645.
- Sl. yellowed/ foxed; with a few brown stains; mounted on passepartout.
AND 1 other map.
- Rolled; upper and lower margins (mainly blank) creased and sl. yellowed/ foxed.
- Strengthened along blank margins with paper tape.
ADDED 3 others: De Staatschen in vrouwenkleeren zoeken Zutphen te verrassen (etching from BRAUN/ HOGENBERG, Civitates Orbis Terrarum, 1575, tipped onto mount) and 2 handcol. battle-plans from N. TINDAL, Continuation of Mr Rapin de Thoyras's History of England, i.a. "Plan of the City of Dendermonde, and the manner in which it was blocked by the troops of the Allies".
- Creases, closed tears, a few small closed holes and yellowing/ waterstaining, mainly in left and right part; folded vertically in four.
= Shows the renovated dike running east from the mouth of the Vecht river and the Muiderslot along the Zuiderzee, with three cross-sections of the dike. The old dike was found damaged by sea worms, which led to a fortification of the seawall with stone. Donkersloot-de Vrij, Vechtstreek 30; not in Van den Brink (cf. no. 20 for the projected dyke). Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CLXXXIV.