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70 5550 Judaica and hebraica  Anonymous 19th cent  70 5550 Judaica and hebraica Anonymous 19th cent
70/5550 [Judaica and hebraica]. Anonymous (19th cent.). "Beschnittene Bibliothek. Unbeschnittene Bibliothek". Lithograph, 22,4x18,3 cm., w. captions in German below.

= A caricature probably about the German Jewish Orthodox Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch, who incorporated the work of Schiller into his teachings and regarded them compatible with the Torah teachings. Rare.

ADDED 1 other.

€ (50-70) 100
70 5551 Judaica and hebraica  Picart B  1673 1733  after 70 5551 Judaica and hebraica Picart B 1673 1733 after
70/5551 [Judaica and hebraica]. Picart, B. (1673-1733) (after). "La Circoncisione". "La Festa di Pasqua". "La Sepoltura". Three engravings, each 25x34,5 cm., engr. captions in Italian and French below, publ. by T. Viero (Venice).

- Blank margins sl. fingersoiled.

€ (150-250) 150
70 5552 Judaica and hebraica Dreyfus affair  Lenepveu V  late 19th cent  70 5552 Judaica and hebraica Dreyfus affair Lenepveu V late 19th cent
70 5552 Judaica and hebraica Dreyfus affair  Lenepveu V  late 19th cent  70 5552 Judaica and hebraica Dreyfus affair Lenepveu V late 19th cent
70 5552 Judaica and hebraica Dreyfus affair  Lenepveu V  late 19th cent  70 5552 Judaica and hebraica Dreyfus affair Lenepveu V late 19th cent
70 5552 Judaica and hebraica Dreyfus affair  Lenepveu V  late 19th cent  70 5552 Judaica and hebraica Dreyfus affair Lenepveu V late 19th cent
70 5552 Judaica and hebraica Dreyfus affair  Lenepveu V  late 19th cent  70 5552 Judaica and hebraica Dreyfus affair Lenepveu V late 19th cent
70 5552 Judaica and hebraica Dreyfus affair  Lenepveu V  late 19th cent  70 5552 Judaica and hebraica Dreyfus affair Lenepveu V late 19th cent
70/5552 [Judaica and hebraica. Dreyfus affair]. Lenepveu, V. (late 19th cent.). "Musée des Horreurs". No. 1-50./ "Musée des Horreurs. 30 ans après!..."./ "Musée des Patriotes". No. 1-5. Complete series of 56 handcol. lithogr. posters, each 65x50 cm., all Paris, Hayard/ Lenepveu, ±1900.

- Printed on brittle paper, occas. sl. waterstained in upper right corner, frayed/ chipped; a few lithographs dam. (1x badly dam.); the majority nevertheless in good/ fine condition; occasional annots. in pencil in margin of the prints identifying the portrayed.

= Remarkable and very provocative antisemitic caricatures consisting of 2 series: first a series of 51 caricatures (numb. 1-50 and one unnumb. print) mocking Dreyfus, Zola and many other supporting Dreyfusards (i.a. members of the Rothschild family, Georges Clémenceau, Fernand Labori, Jean Jaurès, Nathan Mayer, Charlotte Mayer and General André); the unnumb. print ("Musée des Horreurs. 30 ans après!...") shows Alfred Dreyfus strangling Marianne; the second series consists of 5 lithographs (numb. 1-5), showing the major antisemitic public figures in France at the time (i.a. Paul Deroulède, H. Rochefort, Drumont and François Coppée). The artist Lenepveu is most probably a pseudonym, the artist's real name remains to be solved. Extremely rare complete series, which was very popular at the time of printing and which shows the strong antisemitic sentiments in France in the decades around 1900. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXVIII.

€ (4.000-6.000) 4500
70 5553 Koch J Ph  ±1716 1796 70 5553 Koch J Ph ±1716 1796
70/5553 Koch, J.Ph. (±1716-1796). "Der Winter. Hiems" (two warmly dressed men playing backgammon or tric trac). Mezzotint, 33,5x42,5 cm., Latin and German captions and "Ioh. Phil. Koch Sc. et exc. Aug. Vind." below image.

- Lacking portion of upper corner (repaired); trimmed to the image; middle fold w. small closed tear at top; waterstained on verso, not visible on recto; two tiny rubbed spots.

€ (50-70) 70
70 5554 La Pegna H de 1706 1772 70 5554 La Pegna H de 1706 1772
70/5554 La Pegna, H. de (1706-1772). (Shepherdess crossing a bridge with her flock of sheep and goats). Engraving, 40,5x30,6 cm., signed "de la Pegna Pin. et. excul. 1752" in lower left corner.

- Tipped onto mount. Fine copy.

€ (100-150) 100
70 5555 Laer P de 1592 1642 70 5555 Laer P de 1592 1642
70 5555 Laer P de 1592 1642 70 5555 Laer P de 1592 1642
70/5555 Laer, P. de (1592-1642). A peasant leading his horse. Etching from The set of horses (6 plates), 8x9,4 cm., signed "P.D.Laer fe." and numb. "1" in the plate.

- Trifle creased; sm. tear in lower right corner along platemark.

= Hollstein 9, the 1st state (of 2), w. square plate corners.

Stoop, D. (1610-1686). Two plough horses, one seen on his back. Etching from the Series of Horses, 14x18,8 cm., signed "D. Stoop f." and numb. "7" in the plate.

- Sl. browned. = Hollstein 7, 3rd and final state.

AND 3 other (small) etchings, i.a. a copy in reverse of J. CALLOT, Le joueur de vielle (hurdy-gurdy player) (cf. Lieure 480).

€ (80-100) 90
70 5556 Laer P de 1592 1642 70 5556 Laer P de 1592 1642
70 5556 Laer P de 1592 1642 70 5556 Laer P de 1592 1642
70/5556 Laer, P. de (1592-1642). Set of 7 (of 8) various animals. each ±12x16,9 cm., Rome, 1636.

- Trifle yellowed/ spotted; cut on the border of the image and laid down on modern paper, bound in modern giltlettered hleather, one of the prints bound in the album below instead of in this album (this print sl. spotted). Maybe the Basan reprint, 1786.

= Hollstein 1 and 3-8.

ADDED 36 others: 33 etchings of cows, oxen, sheep and pigs after P. POTTER and (all?) by M. DE BYE, 22x laid down in

hleather album unif. to the above album (i.a. 4 copies in reverse of etchings from 'Het Bullenboekje') (partly cut (sl.) short, a few w. sm. dam. spot/ hole), a title-etching "N. Berchem Inventor, G. valck excudit" with sheep (11x15,5 cm., no. "1" and "no. 39" in lower corners) and 2 etchings by J. VAN DEN HECKE I showing dogs (both w. tiny/ small hole in one corner).

€ (100-150) 425
70 5557 Lagrenée J J  1739 1821 70 5557 Lagrenée J J 1739 1821
70/5557 Lagrenée, J.J. (1739-1821). (The Annunciation). Etching, 17,3x23,6 cm., signed "Lagrenée m. invenit et scup." in lower margin.

- Weak impression; traces of album backing on verso; left and upper margin trimmed just into the image; a few vague folds.

= Rare.

€ (80-100)
70 5558 Langendijk II P  1746 1800 70 5558 Langendijk II P 1746 1800
70 5558 Langendijk II P  1746 1800 70 5558 Langendijk II P 1746 1800
70/5558 Langendijk II, P. (1746-1800). (Seated blind beggar with dog). (Crippled man sitting in a large dish). Two (of 12?) etchings and engravings, after P. BARBIERS I, ±1770, each ±11,3x8,5 cm.

= Rare. From a series of 12 (?) well-known Amsterdam handicapped beggars, i.a. Flip.

€ (100-150) 100
70 5559 Lasinio C  1757/59 1838 70 5559 Lasinio C 1757/59 1838
70/5559 Lasinio, C. (1757/59-1838). Logge del Vaticano. Set of 13 handcol. engravings after RAPHAEL, 1802, each ±43,5x33 cm. (image), Rome, F. Rainaldi, unif. framed.

- All foxed; without the title engraving by G. Balzar. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXVII.

€ (2.000-3.000)
70 5560 Le Brun C  1619 1690  after 70 5560 Le Brun C 1619 1690 after
70 5560 Le Brun C  1619 1690  after 70 5560 Le Brun C 1619 1690 after
70 5560 Le Brun C  1619 1690  after 70 5560 Le Brun C 1619 1690 after
70/5560 Le Brun, C. (1619-1690) (after). "La vertu est digne de lempire du monde". "La vertu surmonte tout obstacle"."Vertue fit to govern the world". Three etchings by D. MORTIER and R. and G. WETSTEIN (2x)/ P. VAN GUNST, each ±69x52 cm., w. engr. caption in French (2x)/ English below image.

- Each mounted, (closed) marginal tears and browned lines from inside former passepartout.

= Each etching is part of a larger image printed from in total three plates (the second and third etching perhaps being the lefthand and righthand part of the same larger image); one print printed from a damaged copperplate (lacking portion of left margin). Impressive battle scenes.

€ (100-150)
70 5561 Le Sueur N  1691 1764 70 5561 Le Sueur N 1691 1764
70/5561 Le Sueur, N. (1691-1764). "Des Anges portant la Toison de Gedeon." Etching and aquatint, printed in brown after A.A. ORAZI, 42,5x25,2 cm., engr. captions below. - AND 10 other prints, i.a. by S. WATTS after IL PORTUGHESE, by J.C. STADLER after J. FARINGTON and an engraved portrait of ELIZABETH DE GOEY by J.G. WILL, Paris, 1748 (waterst.).
€ (100-150) 275
70 5562 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533 70 5562 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533
70/5562 Leyden, L. van (1489 or 1494-1533). David playing the harp before Saul. Engraving, 25,3x18,3 cm., monogrammed "L" (in reverse) in the plate.

- Cut on/ just outside the borderline; two professionally flattened horizontal folds and vague creases; tiny restored spots in outer margins and very narrow brown stains along the borderline.

= New Hollstein 27 I; Filedt Kok B 27(b?). A good, greyish impression (cf. New Hollstein 27 I(b)) on paper with a Unicorn watermark (not traced in Briquet and different from Filedt Kok p.171 and Hollstein p.300). Provenance (as stated on the original mount present in the lot): "No. 877 - veiling Fred. Muller 5-8 Juni 1905". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXVIII.

€ (3.000-5.000)
70 5563 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533 70 5563 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533
70/5563 Leyden, L. van (1489 or 1494-1533). Joseph interpreting his dreams to Jacob. Copperengraving from the series of 5 plates The Story of Joseph, 1512, 12,5x16,5 cm., monogrammmed "L" in the plate.

- Trimmed to the borderline. = Hollstein 19; Filedt Kok B19.

€ (300-500) 700
70 5564 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533  after 70 5564 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533 after
70 5564 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533  after 70 5564 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533 after
70/5564 Leyden, L. van (1489 or 1494-1533) (after). Potiphar's wife accusing Joseph./ Joseph interpreting Pharaoh's dreams. Two engravings from The Story of Joseph (5 plates), 12,1x15,8/ 12,2x16,2 cm., the second print w. reverse monogram "L" in the plate.

- The first print on paper w. unidentified watermark. Trimmed to the borderline/ platemark; the first print w. vague small stain in upper centre; the second print w. sm. portion of upper left corner missing and restored, and w. sm. stain in one man's face.

= Copies in reverse. Cf. Hollstein 21 and 23; Filedt Kok B21 and B23. The first print w. the collector's stamp of Albert van Loock (1917-2011?) on verso (Lugt 3751).

€ (70-90) 100
70 5565 Linnig E  1821 1860 70 5565 Linnig E 1821 1860
70/5565 Linnig, E. (1821-1860). (Seascape with sailing vessel and a rowing boat). Etching, 10,7x16,3 cm., signed "Egide Linnig 1842" in the plate. - AND 4 other etchings by the same, depicting ships. - AND 14 other etchings by W. and J. LINNIG.
€ (60-80) 60
70 5566 Lithography  Anonymous early 19th cent  70 5566 Lithography Anonymous early 19th cent
70/5566 [Lithography]. Anonymous (early 19th cent.). (Two horses pulling a tree). Lithograph, pen manner, ±1807/1807, 21x31 cm., w. lithogr. captions "London printed from a Pen & Ink drawing on stone at the polyautographic office, No.9 Buckingham Place, Fitzroy Square".

- Sl. dustst./ waterst.; some old vague folds/ handling creases; lower blank margin small closed tear.

= 301 Lithoos 1802-1981 no.3. In 1806/07 J.G. Vollweiler took over the rights to the process from André and re-issued the original twelve specimens along with 24 new subjects.

€ (300-500)
70 5567 Lithography  Barker of Bath Th  1769 1847 70 5567 Lithography Barker of Bath Th 1769 1847
70/5567 [Lithography]. Barker of Bath, Th. (1769-1847). (A woman, two children). Lithograph, pen manner, ±1803, 22x33,5 cm., signed "Barker del" on the stone.

- Foxed; blank margin sl. irregularly trimmed; sl. handling creases.

= 301 Lithoos 1802-1981 no.2. Published in Specimens of Polyautography, published in 1803 by Philipp André.

€ (500-700)
70 5568 Lithography  Corbould R  1757 1831 70 5568 Lithography Corbould R 1757 1831
70/5568 [Lithography]. Corbould, R. (1757-1831). (Old tree with old man, a girl and a dog). Lithograph, pen manner, 23,8x33 cm., signed "R. Corbould. Del. 1802" on the stone.

- Verso foxed (shining through); closed tear in upper left margin (affecting image).

= 301 Lithoos 1802-1981 no.4. One of the first pen lithographs ever published in Specimen of Polyautography, published in 1803 by Philipp André. Lithography was invented by Alois Senefelder in 1798. He joined with the André family who where publishers of music. Philip André started a press in London and published an album called Specimen of Polyautography in 1803. This album was reissued in an enlarged edition by J.G. Volweiler in 1806-1807. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXVII.

€ (500-700) 1000
70 5569 Lithography  Nolasque Bergeret P  1782 1863 70 5569 Lithography Nolasque Bergeret P 1782 1863
70/5569 [Lithography]. Nolasque Bergeret, P. (1782-1863). (Homer or the Wandering Blind Man). Lithograph, pen manner, ±1804, 20,1x28,7 cm., "B. inv F" on the stone.

- (Heavily) foxed. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXVIII.

€ (400-500) 400