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70 4516 Leede Th L de 1934 2004 70 4516 Leede Th L de 1934 2004
70 4516 Leede Th L de 1934 2004 70 4516 Leede Th L de 1934 2004
70/4516 Leede, Th.L. de (1934-2004). "La Ronde de l'Amour. Monpazur". Gelatin silver print, 22,5x29 cm., signed "Theo Lode de Leede '99", titled and "1/1" in pencil on passepartout. - AND 6 other gelatin silver prints by the same, i.a. "Les amoureux".
€ (100-150)
70 4517 Leede Th L de 1934 2004 70 4517 Leede Th L de 1934 2004
70 4517 Leede Th L de 1934 2004 70 4517 Leede Th L de 1934 2004
70/4517 Leede, Th.L. de (1934-2004). "Een streek van de mensen die leven: alle doden netjes naast elkaar". Manipulated C-print, 20,3x30,5 cm., monogrammed and titled on black mount. - AND 8 other C-prints by the same, i.a."Elke ster apart/ triljoenend in het duister/ een eigen verhaal" and "Voorjaarsnevel/ wolken omhullen dromen/ in de mist voorbij".
€ (100-150)
70 4518 Leede Th L de 1934 2004 70 4518 Leede Th L de 1934 2004
70/4518 Leede, Th.L. de (1934-2004). "Wat Phra Keo-Bangkok". C-print, 18,5x27 cm., signed "Theo Lode de Leede", titled and "8-1989" in pencil on passepartout. - AND 7 other C-prints by the same.
€ (100-150)
70 4519 Leede Th L de 1934 2004 70 4519 Leede Th L de 1934 2004
70/4519 Leede, Th.L. de (1934-2004). "Zó milieubewust. We nemen de handschoen op: afvalmaatschappij". C-print, 20,5x30,2 cm., laid down on a black mount, mount signed "Theo Lode de Leede '94" and titled in white pen and ink. - AND 4 similar c-prints by the same, all laid down on black mount, i.a. "Toen ik de tuin had/ Schoongeveegd vielen opnieuw/ de zonnestralen" and "Dagen vol vrede/ de wereld verlaten/ voor: het stille heelal".
€ (100-150)
70 4520 Leroux A  1836 1912 70 4520 Leroux A 1836 1912
70/4520 Leroux, A. (1836-1912). D'Alger à Blidah. Recueil des vues les plus intéressantes d'Alger, Blidah et la Chifla avec types arabes. Alger, A. Leroux, n.d. (±1900), title-p. and 30 photogr. plates, orig. clothbacked giltlettered boards, a.e.g., obl. folio.

- A few plates loose. Board edges rubbed/ sl. worn.

€ (50-70)
70 4521 Leyden  Goedeljee J  1824 1905 70 4521 Leyden Goedeljee J 1824 1905
70 4521 Leyden  Goedeljee J  1824 1905 70 4521 Leyden Goedeljee J 1824 1905
70/4521 [Leyden]. Goedeljee, J. (1824-1905). (Witte Poort, Binnenpoort, Leyden). Mounted albumen print, ±1860, 30,3x25,5 cm.

- Mount sl. soiled, foxed and unevenly browned.

Bruining, B. (1834-1900). (Witte Poort, Buitenpoort, Leyden). Mounted albumen print, ±1863, 28,2x22,2 cm.

- Mount sl. soiled and unevenly browned. = Both gates were demolished in 1863.

€ (80-100) 80
70/4522 Leyden  Lot of ±80 gelatin silver prints 70/4522 Leyden Lot of ±80 gelatin silver prints
70/4522 Leyden  Lot of ±80 gelatin silver prints 70/4522 Leyden Lot of ±80 gelatin silver prints
70/4522 Leyden  Lot of ±80 gelatin silver prints 70/4522 Leyden Lot of ±80 gelatin silver prints
70/4522 [Leyden]. Lot of ±80 gelatin silver prints, ±1900-1950, various sizes, loosely inserted in two modern albums, obl. 8vo.

= Most likely later impressions of earlier negatives. Showing several parts of the city, i.a. Vischmarkt, Rapenburg and Bouwelouwensteeg.

€ (60-80) 90
70/4523 Life motion photographs  Portrait of a man 70/4523 Life motion photographs Portrait of a man
70/4523 [Life motion photographs]. (Portrait of a man). Lithograph with printed celluloid insert in cut-out cardstock envelope, ±1915, Senco, The Hague.

- Small piece of paper torn of back due to tape.

= With stamp on verso: "Life Motion Photographs. Levende Foto's. Eenigst adres: Den Haag, Lange Poten 27". An interesting technique in which three different photographs were taken with the subject showing three different expressions. The celuloids were produced and placed over a vertical line grid. When slightly bendt, the expression of the portrayed seems to change. Very rare.

AND 4 other small similar photographs, three male and one female portraits.

€ (70-90)
70 4524 Lik P  b 1959 70 4524 Lik P b 1959
70/4524 Lik, P. (b.1959). Enchanted forest. C-print, 139x48 cm., signed and "110/200" in silver pen, in luxurious black painted wooden frame.

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXX.

€ (800-1.000) 800
70 4525 Lithophanes  Lampshade 70 4525 Lithophanes Lampshade
70 4525 Lithophanes  Lampshade 70 4525 Lithophanes Lampshade
70/4525 [Lithophanes]. Lampshade, bisque porcelain, second half 20th cent., max Ø 12,5 cm., height 15,5 cm., inside w. Von Schierholz mark.

- Needs some cleaning.

= Shows a river landscape. In the late 1820s, Kings Porcelain Manufactory in Berlin developed a new form of porcelain art. Master carvers created finely detailed scenes and portraits in wax, which were then used to make the moulds for porcelain plaques they called lithophanes. Porcelain becomes translucent when it is kiln fired at very high temperatures, and an impression, cast into porcelain, will produce a remarkably detailed design by only slight variations in its thickness. Soon hundreds of thousands of lithophanes in a variety of intricate designs were produced in Germany, France, Belgium, Ireland, Wales and England. Used as window hangings, fire screens and teapot warmers, some were also placed in the bottoms of steins and cups to delight the eye of the consumer when lifted to the light. Lithophane lamps were given a place of honor in 19th century households. By the turn of the century their popularity had waned and production virtually ceased by 1930. Few of the original lithophanes have survived to the twentieth century. As the true beauty of these translucent images depends on light, many were discarded by heirs of the original owners, unaware of their beauty when properly displayed, and therefore these original lithophanes can be regarded as very rare.

AND a bisque porcelain plate, showing a kitten and roses, also modern, ±17x24 cm., verso without any blindstamp. - AND WITH: M. CARNEY, Lithophanes (Athglen, 2008, richly illustrated, orig. boards, 4to).

€ (100-150)
70 4526 Lixenberg D  b 1964 70 4526 Lixenberg D b 1964
70/4526 Lixenberg, D. (b.1964). (Neil Young and Frank Sampredo in concert on stage). Gelatin silver print, 25,2x20 cm., monogrammed "D.L.©'91" in silver ink in lower right corner, verso w. photographer's stamp "Copyright Dana Lixenberg".
€ (100-150) 100
70/4527 Lot of 3 albums containing ±500 photographs 70/4527 Lot of 3 albums containing ±500 photographs
70/4527 Lot of 3 albums containing ±500 photographs 70/4527 Lot of 3 albums containing ±500 photographs
70/4527 Lot of 3 albums containing ±500 photographs, ±1900-1920, showing mostly portraits of the same family/ families and friends, also some contemporary German, Dutch and Belgian views, various bindings.

= Curious collection with views of i.a. Amsterdam (i.a. farm at the Amstelveense weg) and Zandvoort and various unidentified German and Belgian towns and cities. Probably from the Dutch-German families Mähler and Meltzer or Melzer (of the glass factory Focke & Meltzer? There is one photograph showing a glass cutting factory). Recurring places are Damme (Germany), The Hague, Amsterdam, Langenau.

€ (80-100) 180
70 4528 Mentzel V  b 1945 70 4528 Mentzel V b 1945
70 4528 Mentzel V  b 1945 70 4528 Mentzel V b 1945
70/4528 Mentzel, V. (b.1945). (Jutka Rona standing at an open window holding a newspaper). Gelatin silver print, 30,4x23,7 cm., verso w. stamp "©Vincent Mentzel" and date stamp "31 maart 1978", and w. HANDWRITTEN SIGNED DEDICATION by the phographer on verso.

= "lieve jutka [Rona], zo te zien mag [je] me toch niet! groeten xx [signature]".

AND 2 similar photographs of Jutka Rona by the same, both w. copyright stamp and date stamp "31 maart 1978" on verso.

€ (80-100)
70 4529 Mentzel V  b 1945 70 4529 Mentzel V b 1945
70/4529 Mentzel, V. (b.1945). Uyghur Mosque (Turpan, Xinjiang). C-print, 39,5x50 cm., verso signed and "Turpan basin Xinjiang" in black felt-tip writer.
€ (150-250)
70 4530 Middle East  Frith F  1822 1898 70 4530 Middle East Frith F 1822 1898
70 4530 Middle East  Frith F  1822 1898 70 4530 Middle East Frith F 1822 1898
70/4530 [Middle East]. Frith, F. (1822-1898). Egypt, Sinai, and Palestine. Supplementary Volume. London, W. Mackenzie, n.d. (±1860; photos partly dated 1857), 21 mounted albumen prints, each ±16x22,5 cm., each signed "Frith" and occas. numb. in the plate, each w. accomp. textleaf, contemp. gilt hmor., a.e.g., folio.

- Some occas. sl. foxing, hardly affecting the photos; heraldic bookplate on upper pastedown. Binding worn/ sl. dam. along extremities.

= Views of i.a. Girgeh (frontisp.), Thebes, Karnac, Luxor, Philae, Baalbec, the Sinai (i.a. convent and Wádee Feyrán), Jerusalem (incl. 2x panoramic), Gaza, Damascus, an Arab sportsman and a cook, and a crocodile. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXIX.

€ (1.500-2.500)
70 4531 Mizuno Hanbe late 19th cent  70 4531 Mizuno Hanbe late 19th cent
70 4531 Mizuno Hanbe late 19th cent  70 4531 Mizuno Hanbe late 19th cent
70/4531 Mizuno, Hanbe (late 19th cent.). (Portrait of a Western lady). GOLD LACQUER photograph, 26,5x20 cm., on wooden panel w. on verso two photographer's (patent) stamps (i.a. "Pure Gold Lacquer Photographs Inventor H. Mizuno Fudonshita Ota, Yokohama").

- Stain or spot w. rubbed-off gold leaf.

= In gold lacquer or 'Makie' photography a negative is developed w. use of a mixture of potassium bichromate, gum arabic and honey and then sprinkled with goldleaf, which adheres to the image in proportion to light exposure. The image is then transferred to a black lacquered surface. Hanbe (or Hanbeh/ Hanbei) Mizuno (1852-1920) developed this process which he had patented in 1891.

€ (50-70) 50
70 4532 Moerkerken E van 1916 1995 70 4532 Moerkerken E van 1916 1995
70/4532 Moerkerken, E. van (1916-1995). (Demolished houses). Series of 3 gelatin silver print portraits, 14x22,5 and (2x) 22,5x17 cm., each w. stamp "Copyright ©/ E. van Moerkerken/ Amsterdam" on verso, the first photograph dated "12/5/'45" and each resp. numb. "AM-51", "AM-52" and "AM-53" in pencil.
€ (80-100) 80
70 4533 Moerkerken E van 1916 1995 70 4533 Moerkerken E van 1916 1995
70/4533 Moerkerken, E. van (1916-1995). Jutka Rona. Series of 3 gelatin silver print portraits, each 19,5x12,5 cm., each w. stamp "Copyright ©/ E. van Moerkerken/ Amsterdam" and dated in pencil "'62 ('86)" on verso and resp. numb. "JR-02", "JR-04" and "JR-19" in pencil. - ADDED: a photostat (4 lvs.) of the article "Het experimentele ideaalportret" by E. van Moerkerken, publ. in Elegance, July 1959.
€ (120-150)
70 4534 Müller M  b 1966 70 4534 Müller M b 1966
70/4534 Müller, M. (b.1966). (Torso of a woman in black negligee). C-print, 29x20 cm., signed etc. in pen and black ink on verso "Marianne Müller 1998 54/100". - LOOSELY INSERTED IN: Idem. A Part of My Liffe. Zurich etc., Scalo, 1998, no pagination, num. col. photogr. plates, orig. boards w. dustwr., large 4to.

- Frontwr. w. some blind impressions from scribbling w. pencil. Otherwise fine.

= Copy of the DELUXE edition issued in 100 signed, dated and numb. ("48/100") copies. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXX.

€ (70-90)
70 4535 Muybridge E  1830 1904 70 4535 Muybridge E 1830 1904
70/4535 Muybridge, E. (1830-1904). "Animal Locomotion. Plate 221". Collotype, 1887, 21,3x4 cm., titled in letterpress below the image, framed.

= Boom/ Rooseboom p.202: "(...) The photos of galopping horses which Edward Muybridge made in the seventies and eighties proved once and for all exactly how horses move. His photos surprised many people, not least draughtsmen and painters: relying perhaps too heavily on conventional wisdom, they had for years portrayed them as stiff, wooden merry-go-round horses." SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXI.

€ (300-500) 425