6318 - 6479 FINE ARTS - DUTCH TOPOGRAPHY. MAPS, PLANS and VIEWS
- Vaguely waterst. in lower margin; trifle yellowed.
= Van der Krogt/ Koeman IV-2/1, 1114. Originally publ. by Braun/ Hogenberg.
- Yellowed/ sl. foxed; middle fold flattened and partly(?) split and closed.
= Van der Krogt/ Koeman II, 3850:2.1.
- Some restored tears and tiny holes along middle fold.
= Very rare and interesting plan concerning the extreme beach erosion at Egmond aan Zee, from which the village had suffered since its settlement. The plan shows the erosion that occurred between 1686 and 1718 and the dikes built to prevent further loss of land and to save the church, its tower now with its front directly on the beach. Unfortunately, however, these dikes could not prevent that the entire church and 36 houses were swallowed by the sea during a december storm in 1741. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CLXXX.
- Three small closed marginal tears; some vague foxing; narrow margins.
= Van der Krogt/ Koeman IV-2/1, 1242, 1st state (of 4; before the scale bar etc.).
ADDED 3 others of Hoorn: "Horna vulgo Hoorn" (engr. bird's eye plan w. 2 cartouches and 2 coats of arms, 40x51 cm., Amst., I. Covens and C. Mortier, ±1750) and 2 copies of "Hooren in Westvrieslant" (from GUICCIARDINI).
- Partly yellowed due to former framing.
ADDED: "Staveren uit de Zuiderzee te zien." (Engr. view by M. SALLIETH after D. DE JONG from the same work).
- Sm. yellow stain in inset view; lower blank margin partly remargined.
= Krogt/ Koeman IV-2/1, 1241.
- Lacks lower left blank corner; tear in right blank and upper margin; formerly folded; a few tiny brown spots; creased. Not examined outside of frame.
= F.M. 3779 II. The second broadside of a series of four.
- One sheet w. a few marginal tears. Otherwise (very) fine. = The first edition was published in 1860.
- Folded multiple times; former tears repaired w. tape on verso (shining through); dam. in upper margin on fold; creased; probably mounted on board. Not examined outside of frame.
= De Rijke 34.2 (w. 7 instead of 9 blank coats of arms).
- Yellowed/ sl. browned; a few sm. restored spot in blank margins. = De Rijke 37.2.
- Lower margin doubled; sl. creased; folded; two red lines indicating borders(?).
"Westergoo". Engr. map by B. SCHOTANUS À STERRINGA and finished by J. VEGELIN VAN CLAERBERGEN, 2 large armorial cartouches, 43x53 cm., (Amst./ Leeuw., R. and J. Ottens/ T. van Dessel, 1739).
- One of 7 lvs. only, the present shows Westergo; folded.
= Probably a PROOF, without the title in the cartouche. Donkersloot-de Vrij 793 on the entire wallmap: "Ze staat bekend als de "Vegelinkaart". Bodel Nyenhuis/Eekhoff 73.
AND 3 others, incl. a manuscript map ("Gemeente Holwerd Sectien C en D". Pen and ink and colour wash on paper, 52,5x35,5 cm., 19th cent.).
- Browned and waterstained. Not examined outside of frame.
- Yellowed; sm. brown spot.
= Van der Krogt/ Koeman II, 3705:2; Vredenberg-Alink II, 2. Detailed maps, showing the Netherlands between the three great rivers from Vianen/ Gorcum to Wesel/ Rijnberck.
= Van der Krogt/ Koeman II, 3705:2; Vredenberg-Alink II, 2. Detailed maps, showing The Netherlands between the three great rivers from Vianen/ Gorcum to Wesel/ Rijnberck.
AND 3 other maps: a handcol. part of the large wallmap of Amstelland w. i.a. the Diemer Meer and the Bijlmer Meer, "Ditio Trans-Isulana" (engr. map w. handcol. borders by JANSONIUS) and "Charte von Gelderland" (partly handcol. engr. map by F.L. GRÜSSEFELD, Nuremberg, 1787).
- Sl. creased and frayed edges; sl. soiled, mostly along edges and on verso; owner's entry in pencil in lower right; folded twice.
= Pictorial commemorative broadside on the 200th anniversary of the liberation of the city Groningen, in the shape of the double headed eagle from the Groningen arms with scenes in the wings and tail and a view of the besiegement in the armorial shield on the breast of the eagle, topped by a portrait of the Carl Rabenhaupt.
= Koeman/ Van der Krogt IV-2/1, 1646, final state. Rare.
- Browned. = Van Wijk 44.2; Vredenberg-Alink IV A 4. Decorative map.
"Staveren". Handcol. engr. bird's eye plan w. many ships in the foreground and w. coat of arms in both upper corners, 41,5x53 cm., from BLAEU, Townbooks, ±1650.