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70 4396 Besnyö E  1910 2003 70 4396 Besnyö E 1910 2003
70 4396 Besnyö E  1910 2003 70 4396 Besnyö E 1910 2003
70/4396 Besnyö, E. (1910-2003). (The asbestos-cement ventilation and heating tubular system of the AVRO Studio, Hilversum). Seven gelatin silver prints, ±1940, each ±17x23 cm., 5x w. the photographer's copyright stamp and 3x w. mounted text caption on verso.

- One photograph triangular portion cut out; 2 photographs upper corner chipped; sl. creased.

= The architects Ben Merkelbach and Ch. Karsten designed the studio buildings in Hilversum in 1936 (Studio 1) and 1940 (Studio 2). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXII.

€ (300-500) 300
70 4397 Besnyö E  1910 2003 70 4397 Besnyö E 1910 2003
70/4397 Besnyö, E. (1910-2003). (Jutka Rona as a child). Series of 4 gelatin silver print, ±1940, 18x13 (3x) and 17,5x15 cm., each w. "eva besnyö" on verso.
€ (150-250)
70 4398 Blanca P  b 1958 70 4398 Blanca P b 1958
70/4398 Blanca, P. (b.1958). (A human face). Original photograph, 27,8x27,5 cm., signed "Paul Blanca", titled (illegible) and "3/4" in pen.
€ (100-150)
70 4399 Blanca P  b 1958 70 4399 Blanca P b 1958
70/4399 Blanca, P. (b.1958). (Part of a human face). Original photograph, 26,4x29,5 cm., signed "Paul Blanca", titled "Manlensen (illegible)" and "3/4" in pen.
€ (150-250)
70 4400 Blazer C  1911 1980 70 4400 Blazer C 1911 1980
70/4400 Blazer, C. (1911-1980). (Maquette of the office building of the Bataafsche petroleum maatschappij in The Hague). Lot of 5 gelatin silver prints, 1951, all w. the photographer's stamp on verso, all tipped onto mounts.

= Design contest for the office buildings for BPM. Designed by the architect Piet Elling, partner at Merkelbach and Elling. With 9 photographs of the ground, floor plans and dissections of the never executed building.

Idem. (Maquette of the administration building of the Nederlandse Radio-Unie in Hilversum). Lot of 5 gelatin silver prints, 1951, each ±13x24 cm., w. the photographer's stamp on verso, tipped onto mounts.- AND 5 similar by the same, showing the maquette of the new extension of the V.A.R.A. building in Hilversum (1x dam. corner) and 4 similar by the same showing the maquette of the Stationspostgebouw at the Oosterdok in Amsterdam.

= All designs by Piet Elling and/ or Ben Merkelbach.

€ (100-150)
70 4401 Blok L  1895 1986 70 4401 Blok L 1895 1986
70/4401 Blok, L. (1895-1986). (Pink tulip). Cibachrome print, 70x60 cm.

= This unique cibachrome print was commissioned by the exhibition makers from the original autochrome (colour glass slide, ±1925) by LEENDERT BLOK. It was used in a travelling exhibition on the early colour photographs of tulips by Blok and modern colour photographs by Jasper Wiedeman. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXII.

€ (700-900)
70 4402 Blok L  1895 1986 70 4402 Blok L 1895 1986
70/4402 Blok, L. (1895-1986). (Purple tulip). Cibachrome print, 70x60 cm.

= This unique cibachrome print was commissioned by the exhibition makers from the original autochrome (colour glass slide, ±1925) by LEENDERT BLOK. It was used in a travelling exhibition on the early colour photographs of tulips by Blok and modern colour photographs by Jasper Wiedeman.

€ (700-900)
70 4403 Bot M  b 1946 70 4403 Bot M b 1946
70/4403 Bot, M. (b.1946). "Willy Nilly - Kassee". Gelatin silver print, 27x36,5 cm., signed "Marrie Bot", titled and "78/79 pr. IV" in thin liner.

= Verso w. annots. in pencil: "(...) serie: Popzien. opname: 1978 - nov. Willy Nilly optr. in Kassee (...)".

Sengers, H. (1948-2015). (Abandoned changing rooms). Two gelatin silver prints, both 22x33 cm., together under passepartout.

= Signed and numb. "I/III" in pencil and with the photographer's copyright stamp on verso passepartout.

AND a tinted photograph by R. BOONSTRA, a still life with an overflowing glass of yoghurt inside a cardboard box (40x50 cm.).

€ (100-150)
70 4404 Botman H  b 1952 70 4404 Botman H b 1952
70/4404 Botman, H. (b.1952). (Dune landscapes). Triptych, gum bichromate photographs, 3x 65x65 cm., each signed "Harm Botman", "Gomme Bichromaten(?)" and "I-II" in pencil on verso, under passepartout.

- Occasional marginal tears; lacking piecec of lower (mainly blank) margin; sl. soiled.

€ (250-350) 250
70 4405 Botman M  b 1955 70 4405 Botman M b 1955
70 4405 Botman M  b 1955 70 4405 Botman M b 1955
70/4405 Botman, M. (b.1955). "Hond en vrouw". Gelatin silver print, 18,5x28,2 cm. (image), signed "Machiel", titled, "Voor Constant" and "Milaan 2003" in black pen on verso.

= From the estate of Constant Anton Nieuwenhuys. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXIII.

€ (300-500) 300
70 4406 Breda  Reissig F  1852 1936 70 4406 Breda Reissig F 1852 1936
70/4406 [Breda]. Reissig, F. (1852-1936). Lot of 11 cabinet photographs, ±1885, together in contemp. gilt dec. cl. portfolio w. "Album" on frontcover.

- Incl. 1 duplicate; trifle/ sl. foxed.

= Nice collection, each card w. sl. later caption/ annot. on verso, i.a. "De groote Markt, te Breda, op den marktdag", "De Veemarktstraat", "De Ginnekenstraat" (where the photographer had his shop), "Naar het station De Willemstraat" and "Noord-Buitencingel".

AND a leporello SOUVENIR DE BREDA containing 12 smaller photographs (some ident. to the ones described above) (orig. gilt dec. cl., obl. 12mo).

€ (40-60) 220
70 4407 Brusse W  1910 1978 70 4407 Brusse W 1910 1978
70/4407 Brusse, W. (1910-1978). (Exterior views on the break room and the personnel entrance of the NV Betondak Arkel). Three gelatin silver prints, 1942, all w. photographer's stamp on verso.

- One photograph with discolouring.

Idem. (Workers having lunch at NV Betondak Arkel Gorinchem). Gelatin silver print, 1942, 22x17 cm., w. the photographer's stamp on verso.

- Paper flaw (already present before the photograph was taken) causing a partial crease. Nonetheless an attractive photograph.

= Commissioned and from the archive of the office of Merkelbach and Karsten, who designed these buildings in 1941.

€ (120-150)
70 4408 Capa R  1913 1954 70 4408 Capa R 1913 1954
70/4408 Capa, R. (1913-1954). Lot of 5 gelatin silver prints reproducing photographs by (1 portrait of) ROBERT CAPA, all 25,5x20,5 cm. (or vice versa).

= Reproducing four of the most iconic war photographs by Capa, each w. stamps "Please credit/ Robert Capa - Magnum (...)" and "This photograph may only be reproduced for review purposes in the connection with Robert Capa's photographic exhibition" and each w. mounted typescript (cyclostyled) ticket w. descriptive/ explanatory text.

Idem. War. Text J. Stuart. New York, Magnum Photos & Life Magazine, 1960, (32)p. [incl. wr.], photogr. ills. by ROBERT CAPA, obl. 8vo.

= Supplied in 2 copies (second copy trifle waterwrinkled).

Idem. Mensen in de oorlog. Amst., Sted. Mus., 1960, (28)p., photogr. ills. by ROBERT CAPA, orig. wr., 4to (sl. waterwrinkled). - AND a small stack of small publications and (press) documentation mainly concerning the exhibition of war photographs by Capa, partly waterstained. - ADDED: offset poster showing a photograph by ERICH LESSING ("Budapest 1956"), SIGNED in ballpoint by the photographer.

€ (200-300) 1500
70/4409 Cartes de visite and cabinet photographs  Album containing 51 cartes de visite 70/4409 Cartes de visite and cabinet photographs Album containing 51 cartes de visite
70/4409 Cartes de visite and cabinet photographs  Album containing 51 cartes de visite 70/4409 Cartes de visite and cabinet photographs Album containing 51 cartes de visite
70/4409 [Cartes-de-visite and cabinet photographs]. Album containing 51 cartes-de-visite, 2nd half 19th cent., loosely inserted in contemp. old-style blindst. black mor. album w. 2 brass clasps and catches, a.e.g., obl. 8vo.

- A few portraits trifle spotted.

= Portraits of the Belgian aristocracy and upper-class, incl. a few portraits of couples, families and children only. All persons identified and w. modern printed list provided, also listing the photographers (also printed on the photographs themselves). Some family names of the portrayed: d'Oultremont, Berington, de Bethune, Bonaert, Ducpetiaux, de Lieux, de Vrints, du Val de Beaulieu, and de Trazegnies. Photographers i.a. Atelier J. Géruzet (Brussels, 17x), Ghemar Frères (Brussels, 11x), Disdéri (Paris, 5x), Haase & Co. (Berlin; portrait of politician Baron Nothomb, signed by the portraitee) and L. Kuhn (Wurzburg, 2x).

€ (70-90) 325
70 4410 Cartes de visite and cabinet photographs  Album containing ±60 carte de visite and cabinet portraits of the Alençon Orléans family 70 4410 Cartes de visite and cabinet photographs Album containing ±60 carte de visite and cabinet portraits of the Alençon Orléans family
70/4410 [Cartes-de-visite and cabinet photographs]. Album containing ±60 carte-de-visite and cabinet-portraits of the Alençon-Orléans family, 2nd half 19th/ early 20th cent., loosely inserted in contemp. gilt dec. mor. album w. metal clasp and catch, a.e.g., 4to.

- A few portraits trifle spotted.

= Family album with many portraits of the Duchess of Alençon, née Duchess Sophie Charlotte Augustine in Bavaria (1847-1897) of the House of Wittelsbach, and/ or of her daughter Louise (1869-1952). Sophie was the youngest sister of the famous Sissi. She was once engaged to her cousin King Ludwig II of Bavaria in 1867, but the wedding was postponed and then cancelled because Ludwig thought Sophie had fallen in love with the court photographer Edgar Hanfstaengl. A year later, Sophie met Prince Ferdinand of Orléans, duc d'Alençon, whom she married that same year. She died a tragic death during a disastrous fire at the Bazar de la Charité in Paris. This album contains portraits of Sophie herself, her husband, her parents(?), her daughter Louise Victoria and son Emmanuel both as young children and in later years (both i.a. with their respective fiancées/ spouses, Prince Alfons of Bavaria and Princess Henriette of Belgium, and also Louise's children), her three brothers, sisters Hélène, Marie Sophie Amalie and Elisabeth/ Sissi (1 carte-de-visite) and possibly also Mathilde, some other unidentified family members, and King Ludwig II (1x together with his then fiancée Sophie). Some photographers (Hanfstaengl not found, alas): Victor Angerer (Ischl), Emil Rabending (Vienna), Adèle (Vienna), C. Pietzner (Vienna), Disdéri (Paris), Délié (Paris), the Misses Fox (Worthing), F. Müller (Munich), L. Haidinger (Zell am See), Fratelli d'Alessandri (Rome), J. Albert (Munich) and A. Wilcke (Innsbruck).

€ (700-900) 3750
70/4411 Cartes de visite and cabinet photographs  Lot of 12 portraits 70/4411 Cartes de visite and cabinet photographs Lot of 12 portraits
70/4411 [Cartes-de-visite and cabinet photographs]. Lot of 12 portraits, ±1880, all ±8,5x6 cm., loosely inserted in contemp. foldable black mor. wallet-album w. green silk and velvet lining.

- One photo dam.; one photo w. traces of former oval frame. Album sl. rubbed.

= Nice family portraits, some children featuring on more than one photo.

AND 2 other albums containing in total ±150 cabinet portraits and cartes-de-visite, late 19th/ early 20th cent., in contemp. not unif. gilt mor. albums, folio.

€ (100-150) 140
70 4412 Cartes de visite and cabinet photographs  Lot of ±60 carte de visite size photographs 70 4412 Cartes de visite and cabinet photographs Lot of ±60 carte de visite size photographs
70/4412 [Cartes-de-visite and cabinet photographs]. Lot of ±60 carte-de-visite size photographs, ±1880, kept in 2 albums, 1x gilt embossed and blindst. leather w. metal clasp and catch (fine)/ 1x contemp. cl. (lacks backstrip, contents and frontcover loose).

= The first album contains approx. 30 portraits, partly of women in traditional costume and men in military uniform; the second album contains views of i.a. Malta (8x), France (10x) and The Netherlands (8x).

€ (40-60) 90
70 4413 Cartes de visite and cabinet photographs  Lot of ±75 cartes de visites 70 4413 Cartes de visite and cabinet photographs Lot of ±75 cartes de visites
70/4413 [Cartes-de-visite and cabinet photographs]. Lot of ±75 cartes-de-visites, all by Dutch photographers, all portraits, ±1880-1910.

= Some places and photographers: Amsterdam (W.G. Kuijer & Zonen, Sander van der Zijl), Assen (Jan de Vries), Edam (J. Sierwers & Zoon), Enschedé (S. Goudsmit), The Hague (Adolphe Zimmermans), Hoorn (J. Huijsen, F.D. van Rosmalen & Zoon), Groningen (Fr. Jul. von Kolkow), Leeuwarden (Obbema & de Bruin, H.J. Busé), Leyden (B. Bruining), Sneek (L.J. Cordes), Tilburg (A. van Beurden), Veendam (J. Temme, A.D. Prummel), Winschoten (B.J. Pottjenijd), Zaandam (Emile Muns, Dengel) and Zwolle (J.J. de Graaf).

€ (50-70) 120
70 4414 Cartes de visite and cabinet photographs  Lot of ±90 cabinet size photographs 70 4414 Cartes de visite and cabinet photographs Lot of ±90 cabinet size photographs
70/4414 [Cartes-de-visite and cabinet photographs]. Lot of ±90 cabinet size photographs, mostly French, Belgian and German, mostly w. captions below image, ±1880-1920.

= Mainly views of cities, i.a. of Aix-les-Bains, Brussels, Cauterets, Chamonix et le Mont Blanc, Gorgers du Durnand, Heidelberg, Sydenham and Vierwaldstätter See.

€ (80-100) 80
70 4415 Cartes de visite and cabinet photographs  Lot of ±100 cartes de visite and cabinet portraits 70 4415 Cartes de visite and cabinet photographs Lot of ±100 cartes de visite and cabinet portraits
70/4415 [Cartes-de-visite and cabinet photographs]. Lot of ±100 cartes-de-visite and cabinet portraits, all French photographers, all portraits, ±1880-1920.

= Some photographers: J. Larcoix (Agen); A. le Blanc (Besançon); A. Roger, Henry (Bordeaux); W. Rémy (Cantelieu); L. Bertrand (Dijon); G. Benoit (St. Germain); Chateau Photographe; Emile Gatland (Montdidier); Ludovic Krier (Nancy); D. Richard (Niort); C. Cognet (Paris); Léo Barth, Phot. Paucault (Salies-de-Béarn) and A. Morand (Suresnes). Incl. a few duplicates.

€ (70-90) 160