4356 - 4627 FINE ARTS - PHOTOGRAPHS
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXI.
- All prints partly sl. wrinkled; one print w. waterstain in lower corner; the other prints w. lower right corner dam. in blank margin (nibbled by rodents), 1x touching and 1x affecting the image.
= One view identified as the Maashaven; the other views focusing on one ship (2x cruise ship).
- Spine-ends trifle worn.
= Containing photographs of people in front of Asian stands at a trade fair held in Rotterdam in 1903.
- Stiff paper mount heavily frayed and soiled. = A large panoramic view of Rotterdam.
AND a similar photograph by the same: "Brug over de Koningshaven te Rotterdam (Feijenoord)" (also mount frayed and soiled).
- Both photos trifle spotted/ soiled. The mounts (sl.) soiled/ stained, the second mount w. marginal tears and missing portions.
= Panoramic views of one of the two huge floating dry docks constructed in the Rotterdam harbour for the maintenance of ships. Hameter montaged a typical Dutch cloudy sky behind the constructions.
= Shows the filled-up and channelled Binnenrotte for the building of a new railway.
Idem. "Brug over de Nieuwe Maas. gezien van den linker oever. 8 Julij 1870". Mounted albumen print, 20,8x22 cm., lithogr. caption below and "Phot Julius Perger 's Hage" in the plate.
= Possibly showing the very beginnings of the construction of the old Willemsbrug.
AND an anonymous mounted albumen print showing workmen on the shore and boats.
= With a typewritten list. This building complex was designed by the office of Merkelbach and Elling, with Elling acting as project architect. The building was demolished in 2007. With photographic reproductions of the floor plans and dissections of the building.
- Backcover album dam.
= Personal album of a member of a delegation from the Dutch ministry of agriculture to the Soviet Union in 1932. Contains interesting streetviews of Russian towns and cities, rural areas and kolkhozes.
- Mounts sl. yellowed/ foxed. Portfolio sl. worn along extremities (mainly on inside).
= Nice views of i.a. the Kremlin from the river and from the other side, the Red Square with St. Basil's Cathedral, the city hall, the triumphal arch on Victory Square, the orphanage and the Tsar Bell.
- Some occas. sl. spotting; incl. 1 duplicate.
= Nine photos (incl. the duplicate) show specially bred cows and horses, the other two images show a decorated (shop?) interior.
- First photograph torn half out; 2 others one image lacking; one photograph w. ink smudges. Album worn; backstrip loose(ning).
= Commemorative album of the Leningrad Miltary Medical Academy. With portraits of professors and graduates (as well as military commander Kliment Voroshilov and health minister Nikolai Semashko) and (interior) views of the academic complexes.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXX.
- Trifle chipped, affecting only black borders. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXII.
- Trifle foxed. Binding trifle rubbed.
= Comprises (panoramic) views of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, some 'lochs', castles (i.a. Stirling, Dumbarton and Balmoral), Melrose Abbey, Fingalls Cave and the locks at Fort Augustus. James Valentine was a pioneering Scottish photographer and was appointed Photographer to the Queen in 1868.
- One print probably sl. trimmed and w. thin spot and sm. tear in upper left corner.
= Nice collection comprising i.a. 12 impressive (street) views of London, all but one by James Valentine (1815-1880), 3 (street) views of Prague and views of Vienna, Salzburg, Munich, Heidelberg and Dresden.
"Souvenir de Voyage". Album containing 33 mounted photographs, mainly gelatin silver/ photochrom prints, mainly ±16,5x22,5 to ±20x27 cm. or vice versa, mostly by AUG. STAUDA (Vienna) or publ. by PHOTOGLOB (Zürich), contemp. giltlettered dec. hmor., obl. folio.
- Some occas. sl. foxing. Album worn along extremities.
= Nice views mainly of Vienna, the Photoglob images mainly (panoramic) views of important places/ buildings, the photos by Stauda incl. some nice (panoramic) street views, occas. w. people posing for the photo.
- Trifle creased/ chipped/ spotted.
Skeen & Co. (19th cent.). "Hindoo Temple at Colombo." "Interior of the rock Temple at Colombo." Two mounted albumen prints, ±1890, both ±21x27 cm., both w. photographer's blindstamp in lower corner.
- Both trifle foxed.
= The first print shows the same temple as the photo by Scowen described above.
AND 1 other by C.T. SCOWEN, showing the entrance door of a temple.