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70 5530 Hollar W  1607 1677 70 5530 Hollar W 1607 1677
70/5530 Hollar, W. (1607-1677). The beggar. Etching after J. VAN ARTOIS, 15x21,2 cm., w. the address of P. van Avont.

- Thin/ rubbed section in clouds area. = Parthey 1211.

AND 1 other engraving by the same, "Navium Variae Figurae et Formae (...)" (partly foxed/ soiled and w. creases).

€ (100-150) 100
70/5531 Hollar, W. (1607-1677). "Cives Hollandica". "Mulier Belgica in Vestitu Domestico". "Mulier Generosa Brabantica". Three etchings, each 9,1x5,9 cm., signed "W. Hollar fecit 1643"/ "W. Hollar fecit" and "W. Hollar delin. 1643" and titled in lower margin in the plate.

- First etching tipped onto plate w. sl. traces of glue in upper left corner and trimmed to the borderline. Otherwise all prints fine.

= Parthey 1825, 2nd state of four; Parthey 1829, 3rd state of three; Parthey 1831, 3rd state of four.

€ (100-150)
70 5532 Hollar W  1607 1677 70 5532 Hollar W 1607 1677
70/5532 Hollar, W. (1607-1677). Dead mole. Etching, 5x12,8 cm., signed "W. Hollar 1646" in the plate.

- Printed on 18th cent. paper with broad margins. Collector's mark of J.F. Bianchi on verso (Lugt 3761; sl. shining through).

= Parthey 2106. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXV.

€ (500-700) 1000
70 5533 Hollar W  1607 1677 70 5533 Hollar W 1607 1677
70/5533 Hollar, W. (1607-1677). Heads of two young women. Engraving, 8,5x11,4 cm., signed "W. Hollar fecit 1645" in the plate.

= Parthey 1723.

AND 14 engravings (after) the same, all later impressions, incl. bookillustrations.

€ (150-250) 150
70 5534 Hondius H  1573 1650 70 5534 Hondius H 1573 1650
70/5534 Hondius, H. (1573-1650). Still Life with Skull, Sandglass, Books and Artist's Utensils. Engraving, 1626, 20,9x26,1 cm. (image incl. caption), w. address "Ioannes Meyssen excud. Antverpiae".

- Cut on the platemark; trifle foxed in margins.

= New Hollstein 20, 3rd state of 4, with the added caption above image: "T' Eynde croont het werck". Rare vanitas print. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXVI.

€ (500-700) 1700
70 5535 Hooghe R de 1645 1708 70 5535 Hooghe R de 1645 1708
70/5535 Hooghe, R. de (1645-1708). "Afbeeldingh van de Stadt en Revier van Rochester, Chatham." "Het Eylandt Shepey en't Fort Shirenasse verovert ende geplondert op den 20 en 21 Juny 1667." Two etched views after W. SCHELLINKS on 1 leaf, total size 41x52 cm., engr. text below.

- Sm. number in orange pencil in lower right corner. Otherwise fine.

= Landwehr, R.d.H. the Etcher p.55; F.M. 2256; Atlas v. Stolk 2358.

€ (300-500) 600
70 5536 Hooghe R de 1645 1708 70 5536 Hooghe R de 1645 1708
70/5536 Hooghe, R. de (1645-1708). "Belegh en Overgaen der Stercke Stadt Grave door syn K:H: Wilhelm Henrik Prince van Orangien, Erfstadhouder van Holl. Zeel., & met de Attacques, Approches, Circumvallatien, Uyttocht, &". Large etched battle-view w. plan of the city Grave in the background, 42,3x53,2 cm., Amst., 1647.

- Part of a larger broadside w. explanatory yext, lacking here. Laid down; vertical middle fold w. sm. tear at upper end; cut on/ just inside the platemark.

= Hollstein 113; FMH 2559; Atlas van Stolk 2601.

€ (200-300) 300
70 5537 Hooghe R de 1645 1708 70 5537 Hooghe R de 1645 1708
70/5537 Hooghe, R. de (1645-1708). "Vertrek van S.K.H. na Engeland; den 11. Nov. 1688." "Aankomst van S.K.H.D.P. van Orangie, den 15. en 16. Nov. in Engeland." Two etched views on 1 leaf, captions and cartouche between the images, total size 43,5x53,5 cm., Amst., J. Covens and C. Mortier, from DE LARREY, Geschiedenis van Engelandt (1730).

- A few creases and old flattened folds; trifle yellowed.

= Landwehr, R.d.H. the Etcher 147, II; F.M. 2713b; Atlas van Stolk 2742; cf. Hollstein 142. Fine historical print of Willem III setting sail on a military expedition against James II of England, to prevent an alliance of this Roman Catholic king with Louis XIV of France against the Dutch Republic. Depicted are the depart from Brielle and the arrival at Brixham.

€ (200-300) 200
70 5538 Hooghe R de 1645 1708 70 5538 Hooghe R de 1645 1708
70/5538 Hooghe, R. de (1645-1708). Lot of 14 (of 24) etchings, from S. DE VRIES, Curieuse Aenmerckingen der bysondere Oost en West-Indische Verwonderens-waerdige Dingen, Nevens die van China, Africa, en andere Gewesten des Werelds (Utr., 1688).

- With folds as published.

= Landwehr, R. de H. as bookill. 58: "The illustrations by R. de H. belong to the most interesting of his oeuvre."

€ (150-250) 350
70 5539 Hooghe R de 1645 1708  circle of 70 5539 Hooghe R de 1645 1708 circle of
70/5539 Hooghe, R. de (1645-1708) (circle of). "De vervelde BANder-heer van Beyeren, op stelten, reidende als Capitein van de Ban en Arrier-ban, van Luidewyk de benaaude Angustus. L'Electeur BANni (...)." Broadside w. etching (19,5x15 cm.) flanked by 2 columns of Dutch and French letterpress text and w. text below, "Tot Duinkerken by Emanuel Bannus", 1706.

= Satire on the depressed condition of the French nation in 1706, and the calling out of the Arrier-Ban of France, after the Battle of Ramillies, May 12, 1706. Maximilian II, Elector of Bavaria, Prince-Elector of the Holy Roman Empire and the last governor of the Spanish Netherlands, who had allied himself with the French in the War of the Spanish Succession, is seen crippled and mounting a donkey in order to flee. Rare. F.M. 3058.

€ (50-70) 50
70 5540 Horses and horsemanship  Worth Th B  1834 1917 70 5540 Horses and horsemanship Worth Th B 1834 1917
70 5540 Horses and horsemanship  Worth Th B  1834 1917 70 5540 Horses and horsemanship Worth Th B 1834 1917
70/5540 [Horses and horsemanship]. Worth, Th.B. (1834-1917). "Dusted-and-Disgusted." Handcol. and gommé lithograph, heightened w. white, ±25x36 cm., lithogr. caption below image, signed on the stone, w. the address of Currier & Ives, New York.

- Yellowed; waterstained in lower blank margin.

AND 1 other similar publ. by the same: "Mr. Frank Work's Celebrated Team Edward and Swiveller. To Road Wagon, Winning a Wager of $1,000, against Time, 2:20, at the Gentlemen's Driving Park; N.Y. July 13th 1882. Trotting a Mile in 2:16¾, without a Skip or Break".

€ (200-300)
70 5541 House of Orange  Ghendt E de 1738 1815 70 5541 House of Orange Ghendt E de 1738 1815
70/5541 [House of Orange]. Ghendt, E. de (1738-1815). "Promenade du prince d'Orange [William III] au village de Schevelingen". Engraving after A. VAN DE VELDE, 28x34 cm., w. engr. caption and address below image.

- Foxed and w. a few waterstains. = Atlas van Stolk 2718. Not in F.M.

€ (50-70)
70/5542 House of Orange  Lyk staetsie van zyne doorluchtigste Hoogheid den Heere Willem IV Carel Hendrik Friso Prince van Orange en Nassau  gehouden den IV Februari 1752 70/5542 House of Orange Lyk staetsie van zyne doorluchtigste Hoogheid den Heere Willem IV Carel Hendrik Friso Prince van Orange en Nassau gehouden den IV Februari 1752
70/5542 [House of Orange]. (Lyk-staetsie van zyne doorluchtigste Hoogheid den Heere Willem [IV] Carel Hendrik Friso, Prince van Orange en Nassau... gehouden den IV Februari 1752). Lot of 12 (of 41) engravings by J. PUNT after P.J. VAN CUYCK, 1755, each ±27,3x57,5 cm. (platemark).

- All with central vertical fold; occas. (sl.) soiled.

= Present are nos. 14-19, 23-28. Part of the funeral procession of William IV, stadtholder of Holland, including the plate with the carriage carrying the coffin. FM 4032.

€ (60-80)
70/5543 House of Orange  Plegtige intogt van Z M Koning Willem de Tweede door de Nieuwe Willems Poort te Amsterdam op den 27 November 1840 Inhuldiging van Z M Koning Willem de Tweede in de Nieuwe70/5543 House of Orange Plegtige intogt van Z M Koning Willem de Tweede door de Nieuwe Willems Poort te Amsterdam op den 27 November 1840 Inhuldiging van Z M Koning Willem de Tweede in de Nieuwe
70/5543 House of Orange  Plegtige intogt van Z M Koning Willem de Tweede door de Nieuwe Willems Poort te Amsterdam op den 27 November 1840 Inhuldiging van Z M Koning Willem de Tweede in de Nieuwe70/5543 House of Orange Plegtige intogt van Z M Koning Willem de Tweede door de Nieuwe Willems Poort te Amsterdam op den 27 November 1840 Inhuldiging van Z M Koning Willem de Tweede in de Nieuwe
70/5543 [House of Orange]. "Plegtige intogt van Z.M. Koning Willem de Tweede door de Nieuwe Willems-Poort te Amsterdam op den 27 November 1840". "Inhuldiging van Z:M: Koning Willem de Tweede in de Nieuwe Kerk te Amsterdam op den 28 November 1840". Two contemp. handcol. lithogr. views, each 23,5x33,4 cm., publ. by A. Judels, Amst., ±1840.

- First print vague folds and sl. soiled in margins.

€ (40-60) 40
70 5544 Jacque Ch E  1813 1894 70 5544 Jacque Ch E 1813 1894
70/5544 Jacque, Ch.E. (1813-1894). Joueurs de cartes. Int√©rieur. Etching and drypoint on chine collé, 11,5x14,6 cm., signed "Ch. Jacque" and "1850" in the plate.

= Guiffrey 95, the second state (of 2). Collector's mark of R. de Los Rios below the image.

AND 6 other etchings by the same, i.a. 2 diff. states of "Pêche au Vif", "l'Hiver" and "Ce spectacle effrayant doit apprendre aux gloutons (...)." - AND 3 others.

€ (100-150) 100
70 5545 Jacque Ch E  1813 1894 70 5545 Jacque Ch E 1813 1894
70 5545 Jacque Ch E  1813 1894 70 5545 Jacque Ch E 1813 1894
70/5545 Jacque, Ch.E. (1813-1894). Paysage et Animaux. Etching on chine collé, 6,8x11 cm., signed "Ch. Jacque" in the plate.

= Guiffrey 82, 3rd and final state.

Chauvel, T.N. (1831-1909). (River view). Lithograph on chine collé, 22,5x29,5 cm., signed in pencil (mount sl. dustsoiled/ foxed in outer blank margins). - AND 17 other prints by the CH.E. JACQUE (4x, i.a. Guiffrey 99-ii), T.N. CHAUVEL (Environs de Rouen, etching) and after N. FIELDING by DELPECH from Receuil d'animaux (12x, ±1830).

€ (60-80) 80
70 5546 Jode G de 1509 or 1517 1591 70 5546 Jode G de 1509 or 1517 1591
70/5546 Jode, G. de (1509 or 1517-1591). The Parable of the Wheats and Tares. Engraving after G. VAN GROENINGEN, 19,5x24,5 cm., engr. captions in Latin below.

- Verso num. tiny brown spots; vague old fold.

AND 24 other engravings by H.J. MULLER after i.a. M. VAN HEEMSKERCK from diff. series (mainly religious), i.a. "Tempore messis triticu condatur horreo Zizania igne exurantur" and "Sufficit hanc unus, Cruciaria Victimam Christus".

€ (200-300) 400
70 5547 Jode G de 1509 or 1517 1591  publ  70 5547 Jode G de 1509 or 1517 1591 publ
70/5547 Jode, G. de (1509 or 1517-1591) (publ.). (The Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard). Engraving, 23x28,3 cm., "G.d.Iode" in the plate and w. engr. Latin caption below.

- On paper w. watermark of two crowned intertwined C's, w. ample margins. Sl. waterstained in outer blank margins; a few small spots.

= Possibly from the series Memorabilium Novi Testamenti (14 plates), Hollstein 281-295.

€ (70-90) 90
70 5548 Jones J  1745 1797 70 5548 Jones J 1745 1797
70 5548 Jones J  1745 1797 70 5548 Jones J 1745 1797
70/5548 Jones, J. (1745-1797) "Black Monday, or the Departure for School." "Dulce Domum or the Return from School." Two colour stipple-engravings and mezzotint after W.R. BIGG, 46x57,6 cm., London, W.B. Bigg, 1790, both framed.

- Second print w. a few rubbed spots and whitish stains in blank margins.

= Thieme/ Becker XIX, p.123f: "(...) Als Punktierstecher leistete J. besonders Vortreffliches in den Blättern, die Punktier- u. Crayonmanier verbinden, während die in reiner Punktiermanier aufgeführten Platten es an Leichtigkeit des Striches fehlen lassen. Hauptwerke der ersteren Gattung sind: (...) 'Black Monday', nach W.R. Bigg (1790)". Fine genre prints. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXVI.

€ (150-250) 160
70 5549 Judaica and hebraica  Anonymous 17th cent  70 5549 Judaica and hebraica Anonymous 17th cent
70/5549 [Judaica and hebraica]. Anonymous (17th cent.). "Der große Betrieger und Falsche Messias Sabatai-Sevi, König der Juden Anno 1666"./ "Sabatai im Gefägniß zu Abijdos ein Schloß der Dardanellen"./ "Fasten und Büße der Juden zu Salanick". Three engravings, each w. engr. captions below (1x) and below and above (2x), the image, each 18,3x14,1 cm., n.pl., 1670.

= Three rare prints illustrating events in the life of the Pseudo-Messiah Sabatai-Sevi (1626-c.1676), a Sephardic rabbi from Smyrna, who claimed to be the long-awaited Jewish Messias. The idea that the year 1666 was to be the beginning of Messianic time with the advent of the Messiah was widespread in Europe and this created a fertile ground for the young Sabatai's claim that he was the Messianic redeemer. He began to spread this claim from 1648 onwards, at the early age of 22. He and his followers were banished by the local Rabbis from Smyrna in the early 1650s. From 1658 his star began to rise, when a preacher whom he met in Constantinople supported him in his claim and reputedly forged a manuscript that confirmed Sabatai's claim. From then he managed, through various sorts of ways and during his stay in i.a. Jersualem, to steadily increase the number of followers and eventually became so powerful that he could replace the rabbi of Smyrna with a rabbi who was favourable to him. Supporters of the Messianic movement could be found in Italy, Germany and The Netherlands. And eventually he returned from his travels to Constantinople and, because he was deemed a threat by the grand vizier, was immediately imprisoned, first in Constantinople, later in the castle of Abydos. Even from his prison he was capable to strengthen his support in Europe, where many Jews in the conviction that the Messiah would arrive soon, prepared to leave their homes and turn back to the Holy Land. Sabatai's downfall came when a Polish prophet, after an altercation with Sabatai at Abydos, informed Sultan Mehmed IV of Sabatai's far-reaching ambitions. On seeing the threat that Sabatai posed to the sultan's power, Mehmed IV sent him to be imprisoned in Adrianople. There he was given the choice to either show he was innocent by submitting himself to an execution by a volley of arrows (which, in case of his survival, would prove his innocence), die by impaling, or to convert to Islam. He chose for the latter option. As a result his followers were ridiculed throughout Europe and the movement was considerably weakened. After several more volte-faces by which he vexed his Ottoman protectors Sabatai ended up in the samall town of Dulcigno in present day Montenegro, where he died in isolation in 1676. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXV.

€ (400-600) 4250