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70 5510 Goltzius H  1558 1617  after 70 5510 Goltzius H 1558 1617 after
70/5510 Goltzius, H. (1558-1617) (after). Ignis. Engraving from the series of The four elements, 1586, 21x15,5 cm., numb. "1" and w. 2-line engr. captions in Latin, w. the address of A. Allard.

- Brown stain in right margin (affecting image). = Hollstein 649, IV (of 4).

AND 6 others, i.a. by J. DE GHEYN (3x).

€ (100-150) 325
70 5511 Goya y Lucientes F J de 1746 1828 70 5511 Goya y Lucientes F J de 1746 1828
70/5511 Goya y Lucientes, F.J. de (1746-1828). "Al Conde Palatino". Etching from the series Los Caprichos, 19,5x12,1 cm., engr. title below and "33" in upper right corner.

= Harris 68. Modern impression.

€ (100-150)
70 5512 Goya y Lucientes F J de 1746 1828 70 5512 Goya y Lucientes F J de 1746 1828
70/5512 Goya y Lucientes, F.J. de (1746-1828). "Un mendiant". Etching, 8x6 cm., engr. captions below, from Revue de l'Art, 1902.

- Browned; offsetting from another print.

AND 17 others, i.a. 9 caricatural lithographs by T.S. GRANDVILLE from Caricaturana (partly frayed) and prints by F. HECHT and V. DU HAMEL.

€ (80-100) 90
70 5513 Goyen J J van 1596 1656 70 5513 Goyen J J van 1596 1656
70/5513 Goyen, J.J. van (1596-1656). Landscape with a wooden bridge. Etching, 13,7x17,4 cm., "Jan van goye" engr. below the image, tipped under passepartout.

- Trimmed to/ just inside the platemark.

= Hollstein 6. Formerly attributed to Jan van de Capelle.

€ (300-500) 375
70 5514 Goyen J J van 1596 1656 70 5514 Goyen J J van 1596 1656
70/5514 Goyen, J.J. van (1596-1656). The village on the bank of a brook. Etching, 13,4x17,3 cm., "Jan van goye" engr. below the image.

- Trimmed outside the platemark; foxed spot in upper margin.

= Hollstein 5. Formerly attributed to Jan van de Capelle.

€ (300-500) 300
70/5515 Haage in Hollandt 70/5515 Haage in Hollandt
70/5515 Haage in Hollandt 70/5515 Haage in Hollandt
70/5515 "Haage (in Hollandt)". Emblematic engraving, w. Latin and German captions, w. a view of The Hague, ±1625.

- Foxed.

= Earlier state without the words "In Hollandt" in the image. From Politisches Schatzkastleins' by D. Meisner.

AND 1 other similar, showing a boy and his dog in the foreground and an unidentified city in the background, w. caption below "Morem Facit usus".

€ (50-70)
70/5516 Haarlem and surroundings Coster L Jansz  Lot of ±75 prints and printed documents concerning Laurens Janszoon Coster 70/5516 Haarlem and surroundings Coster L Jansz Lot of ±75 prints and printed documents concerning Laurens Janszoon Coster
70/5516 Haarlem and surroundings Coster L Jansz  Lot of ±75 prints and printed documents concerning Laurens Janszoon Coster 70/5516 Haarlem and surroundings Coster L Jansz Lot of ±75 prints and printed documents concerning Laurens Janszoon Coster
70/5516 Haarlem and surroundings Coster L Jansz  Lot of ±75 prints and printed documents concerning Laurens Janszoon Coster 70/5516 Haarlem and surroundings Coster L Jansz Lot of ±75 prints and printed documents concerning Laurens Janszoon Coster
70/5516 Haarlem and surroundings Coster L Jansz  Lot of ±75 prints and printed documents concerning Laurens Janszoon Coster 70/5516 Haarlem and surroundings Coster L Jansz Lot of ±75 prints and printed documents concerning Laurens Janszoon Coster
70/5516 Haarlem and surroundings Coster L Jansz  Lot of ±75 prints and printed documents concerning Laurens Janszoon Coster 70/5516 Haarlem and surroundings Coster L Jansz Lot of ±75 prints and printed documents concerning Laurens Janszoon Coster
70/5516 [Haarlem and surroundings. Coster, L. Jansz.]. Lot of ±75 prints and printed documents concerning Laurens Janszoon Coster, mainly 18th/ 19th cent., mainly engr./ lithogr., various sizes.

- Some occas. small imperfections/ defects; incl. a few duplicates.

= Nice collection of prints and printed ephemera, incl. many portraits and many showing the statues on the Grote Markt (erected 1856), the one made for the printing company Joh. Enschedé (1768) and the one in the Prinsenhof (1722), and the memorial in the Haarlemmerhout (1823); some prints are (most probably) taken from J.C. Seiz, Het Derde Jubeljaar der Uitgevondene Boekdrukkonst (1740); also incl. a broadside and a certificate commemorating the celebrations of 1823; the lithograph by C.C.A. LAST showing the festivities on the Grote Markt on the occasion of the unveiling of the statue in 1856, accomp. by the 8p. printed Programma der Feestviering (...); 3 lithogr. views of the celebrations in the Haarlemmerhout that year; a copy of a Kinder-Courant (Dl. X Blad I 3 Julij 1861) celebrating Coster; 5 prints from tobacco manufacturers (2x W.J. Kat, 2x Vuelta de Abajo, 1x Wed. Kruseman & Zoon); 5 lithogr. prints "Volks-Hulde aan Haarlems-Roem 1823" showing a seated Coster, w. below "Aan [manuscr. name] ten bewijze van deelneming in den aankoop van het oorspronkelijk Schilderstuk [signatures G. v. Schneevoogt, J. van der Wissel and W.V. Walzé]" and lastly with J.J.F. NOORDZIEK, Gedenkboek der Costers-Feesten van 15,16 en 17 Julij 1856 (Haarlem, 1858, 8 (of 9) col. lithogr./ woodengr. plates, orig. (dam.) wr., large 8vo).

€ (120-150) 170
70 5517 Haden F S  1818 1910 70 5517 Haden F S 1818 1910
70/5517 Haden, F.S. (1818-1910). "Fulham". Drypoint, 11,2x27,8 cm., (vaguely) signed "Seymour Haden" in pencil, monogrammed "S.H." and titled in the plate.

- Browned.

AND 2 other etchings by the same ("A river's bank") and E. HAMPSHERE ("St. Pauls from Ludgate Hill").

€ (80-100) 100
70 5518 Haffner M  17th cent  70 5518 Haffner M 17th cent
70/5518 Haffner, M. (17th cent.). "Bibliotheca Realis Philosophica". Engraving, 33x18,8 cm., publ. Frankf. a.M., 1682, framed.

- Trifle chipped in upper and lower margin.

= The frontispiece of M. LIPENIUS, Bibliotheca realis philosophica omnium materiarum rerum (publ. Frankf. a.M., 1682).

€ (50-70) 50
70 5519 Harrewijn J  act ±1660 1740 and Hooghe R de 1645 1708  circle of 70 5519 Harrewijn J act ±1660 1740 and Hooghe R de 1645 1708 circle of
70/5519 Harrewijn, J. (act. ±1660-1740) and Hooghe, R. de (1645-1708) (circle of). Eenige Spot-printen der Francen tegen de Hollanders. By haar uytgegeven in 't Jaar 1673. Doch nu verrijkt met De Antwoorden der Nederlanders op dezelve. N.pl., n.pr., 1673, 16 anonymous etchings on 12 lvs. in the style of R. DE HOOGHE, letterpress text in Dutch and French below, various sizes, bound in contemp. marbled wr., obl. 4to.

- Title-p. sl. duststained/ yellowed, otherwise fine.

= Knuttel 10936; Atlas van Stolk 2557; F.M. 2514a: "Dit oblong 4o prentwerkje bestaat uit 12 pl., nl. I-VI, zijnde de copiën van Fransche spotprenten op Holland en A-F, zijnde de Holl. antwoorden; (...) Wijl deze platen zeer zeldzaam zijn en vooral zelden bijeen voorkomen (...) Zonder naam (door J. Harrewijn?). Zeldzame collectie." The general gist of the French plates is that the Dutch should be punished for their greed and should be "treated" for the so-called Dutch disease.

€ (250-350) 375
70 5520 Harrewijn J  act ±1660 1740 and Hooghe R de 1645 1708  circle of 70 5520 Harrewijn J act ±1660 1740 and Hooghe R de 1645 1708 circle of
70/5520 Harrewijn, J. (act. ±1660-1740) and Hooghe, R. de (1645-1708) (circle of). Eenige Spot-Printen der Francen tegen de Hollanders. By haar uytgegeven in't Jaar 1673. Doch nu verrijkt met De Antwoorden der Nederlanders op dezelve. Diverses Figures Satyriques (...). N.pl., n.pr., 1673, 13 (of 16) anonymous etchings on 9 (of 12) lvs. in the style of R. DE HOOGHE, letterpress text in Dutch and French below, various sizes.

- Lacks lvs. nos. V and VI and letter C. Some lvs. trimmed.

= Knuttel 10936; Atlas van Stolk 2557; F.M. 2514a: "Dit oblong 4o prentwerkje bestaat uit 12 pl., nl. I-VI , zijnde de copiën van Fransche spotprenten op Holland en A-F, zijnde de Holl. antwoorden; de bovenstaande titel is op de keerzijde van pl. I gedrukt (...) deze platen [zijn] zeer zeldzaam (...) [en komen] vooral zelden bijeen voor (...)." The general gist of the French plates is that the Dutch should be punished for their greed and should be "treated" for the so-called Dutch disease. The lot comprises: I. "Ongeneeslycke Siekte. le Mal incurable. 1673"; (II.) "Hollants Truer-toneel" (not numbered); III. "La Maladie Guarie par la dance, Ziekte door dancen genesen"; IV. "France Druck-Pers"; A. "De Doggen bijten"; B. "Het Godlik Recht"; D. "Maat Zeeu"; E. "Den Booscop had een kuyl van wateren gaan delven"; F. "Zo ras d'Oranje-Vorst, en Duytsche en Spaansche kroonen".

€ (100-150) 140
70 5521 Hausdorf G  1888 1959 70 5521 Hausdorf G 1888 1959
70/5521 Hausdorf, G. (1888-1959). (Streetscene with three black men). Etching, 15,8x20,7 cm., signed "George Hausdorf" in pencil (yellowed). - AND 7 others, i.a. by FRANS HENS, R. WASMUTH and P. HERRMANN.
€ (100-150)
70 5522 Havell II R  1793 1878 70 5522 Havell II R 1793 1878
70/5522 Havell II, R. (1793-1878). "A view of the Scotch Church from the Gate of Tank Square." Handcol. aquatint after J.B. FRASER, engr. title below, 28,8x43,5 cm., London, Smith elder & Co., ±1824.

- Browned; stained in lower half.

= Rare print, with a view of the Scottish St. Andrew's church in Calcutta. Robert Havell Jr. was the principal engraver of J.J. Audubon's famous Birds of America.

€ (60-80) 275
70 5523 Hédouin E P A  1820 1889 70 5523 Hédouin E P A 1820 1889
70/5523 Hédouin, E.P.A. (1820-1889). "Aïscha bent Tchelabia". Etching, 22,5x16 cm., signed "Edm. Héd Constantine 47" in the plate. - AND 14 others, i.a. an etched portrait of Vicomte de la Borde by the same and prints by i.a. GEORGE HAYTER (4x), H. HARDY (Elephant) and T. HEAWOOD.
€ (100-150)
70 5524 Heemskerck M van 1498 1574 70 5524 Heemskerck M van 1498 1574
70/5524 Heemskerck, M. van (1498-1574). Judith slaying Holofernes. Engraving from the series of 6 plates to The Power of Women, 24,6x19,1 cm.

- Trimmed just outside the platemark; a few brown stains and pink stamp on verso shining through.

= Hollstein 263, only state. With the collector's stamp of Luciana Simonetti on verso (Lugt 3616).

€ (100-150) 140
70 5525 Heins A J M  1856 1938 70 5525 Heins A J M 1856 1938
70/5525 Heins, A.J.M. (1856-1938). (Harvesting grape, a female nude seen from behind). Etching, 35,7x49,3 cm., signed "A. Heins" in pencil and in the plate.

- Blank corners trimmed.

Idem. (Elegant woman in front of a mirror). Drypoint, printed in sanguine, 38,8x28,5 cm., signed "A. Heins" and "Epreuve d'état (...)" in pencil. - AND 3 other etchings by the same (2x) and CHARLES HOLLROYD.

€ (100-150)
70 5526 Heyden J van der 1637 1712 70 5526 Heyden J van der 1637 1712
70/5526 Heyden, J. van der (1637-1712). "Afbeelding van den Brandt van 't Oude Stadhuis van Amsterdam: 't welk den 7 July 1652 ten grondt to afbrande (...)." Etching/ engraving, 35x45 cm., with engraved captions in Dutch and French below, from Beschryving der nieuwlyks uitgevonden en geoctrojeerde Slang-Brandspuiten (...), 1735/ 1690.

- Evenly browned/ yellowed; a few false folds.

= Hollstein 3; F.M. 2301, 3a (first state, before the caption in top margin).

€ (70-90) 80
70 5527 Höckhinger D  1st half 18th cent  70 5527 Höckhinger D 1st half 18th cent
70/5527 Höckhinger, D. (1st half 18th cent.). (The Salzburg expulsion of Protestants in 1732). Lot of 10 (of 17) circular handcol. engravings, verso w. handpainted dec., each Ø 4 cm., Augsburg, ±1732, loosely inserted in later(?) circular velvet lined lidded board box.

= Part of a series of 17 engravings, originally cased in a silver medaillon shaped box. Commemorating the Salzburg expulsion of Protestants and their emigration to East Prussia.

€ (50-70) 50
70 5528 Hogarth W  1697 1764 70 5528 Hogarth W 1697 1764
70/5528 Hogarth, W. (1697-1764). A Harlot's Progress. Complete series of 6 engravings, eachx37,5 cm., engr. captions, on heavy paper.

- Nineteenth cent. impression; all prints waterstained in left outer blank margin and trifle frayed.

= Paulsen 121-126, 3rd-4th (final) states: "'Harlot', a more genteel word than whore or prostitute, has both a slightly mock-heroic quality and Biblical overtones (the 'harlot' forsakes the true God and follows idols and false gods: Isaiah i.21). 'Progress' ironically alludes to the sort of conversation narrative best known in Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress; to 'progresses' of poetry and (Pope's parody in The Dunciad) of Dullness; and to an advance or gradual betterment."

ADDED: 1 other.

€ (80-100) 80
70 5529 Hohe F  1802 1870 70 5529 Hohe F 1802 1870
70 5529 Hohe F  1802 1870 70 5529 Hohe F 1802 1870
70/5529 Hohe, F. (1802-1870). (Riverscene with bathers, washers and horses). Handcol. lithograph after P. WOUWERMAN, 31,9x36,7 cm., printed and published by Jos. Selb. Sedlmayer, J.A. (1797-1863). (Winterscene). Handcol. lithograph after J. RUYSDAEL, 36,5x32,5 cm., printed and publ. by the same.

= Both early lithographs. Both from the series Bayrischer Gemäldesaal, published from 1816 and onwards. These prints published after 1820. Winkler 954.

AND 5 other (early) lithographs., i.a. by ARNOUT and WEBER after BELLAY (printed by Villain, 1822).

€ (100-150) 110