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70 5570 Lithography  Nolasque Bergeret P  1782 1863 70 5570 Lithography Nolasque Bergeret P 1782 1863
70/5570 [Lithography]. Nolasque Bergeret, P. (1782-1863). (Man wearing a turban). Crayon lithograph, ±1817, 26x21 cm.

- Foxed/ partly dustsoiled; waterst. in lower (blank) margin.

€ (200-300)
70 5571 Lithography  Stothard Th  1755 1834  attrib  70 5571 Lithography Stothard Th 1755 1834 attrib
70/5571 [Lithography]. Stothard, Th. (1755-1834) (attrib.). (Portrait of a man). Lithograph, pen manner, ±1803, 23,8x18,8 cm.

- Two small closed tears in margins.

€ (300-500)
70 5572 Lithography  Vivant Denon D  1747 1825 70 5572 Lithography Vivant Denon D 1747 1825
70/5572 [Lithography]. Vivant-Denon, D. (1747-1825). (Portrait of Samuel Rogers, English Poet). Crayon lithograph, ±1816, 11,5x11 cm., monogrammed on the stone.
€ (200-300)
70 5573 Lochum M van 1601 1647 70 5573 Lochum M van 1601 1647
70/5573 Lochum, M. van (1601-1647). "Iesus Christus". Engraving, 14,4x10 cm. - AND 4 others, i.a. an engraving by G.P. BIANCHI (21x14,5 cm., some defects).
€ (100-150) 100
70 5574 Lorch or Lorck M  1527 ±1595 70 5574 Lorch or Lorck M 1527 ±1595
70 5574 Lorch or Lorck M  1527 ±1595 70 5574 Lorch or Lorck M 1527 ±1595
70/5574 Lorch or Lorck, M. (1527-±1595). "Regi-Bassa, oder Hof-Medicus." "Die Stummen am Türkischen Hofe." Two woodcuts, 21x17/ 21,5x16,5 cm., on 2 textleaves from Wohlgerissene und geschnittene Figuren zu Ross und Fuss, late 16th or 17th cent.

- The second sl. foxed/ browned.

€ (100-150) 170
70 5575 Lorrain C  1600 1682 70 5575 Lorrain C 1600 1682
70/5575 Lorrain, C. (1600-1682). Le Chevrier. Etching, 1663, 17,3x22,7 cm., on very thin laid paper.

- Trimmed to the image; tipped onto mount. = Mannocci 44, 5th state of 5; Robert-Dumesnil 19.

€ (100-150) 100
70 5576 Lorrain C  1600 1682 70 5576 Lorrain C 1600 1682
70/5576 Lorrain, C. (1600-1682). Le dessinateur (Coast scene with an artist). Etching, ±1638-1641, 12,3x17,8 cm.

= Nineteenth cent. impression. Mellerio 36.

AND 6 others, i.a. by the same: Le Troupeau à l'abreuvoir (Mellerio 16; 19th cent. impression).

€ (100-150) 130
70 5577 Lorrain C  1600 1682 70 5577 Lorrain C 1600 1682
70/5577 Lorrain, C. (1600-1682). Le Port de mer à la grosse tour (Harbour with a large tower). Etching, ±1641, 13,5x19,2 cm.

- Sl. later impression; yellowed; sm. waterstain in upper right corner.

= Mannocci 39, 6th and final state; Robert-Dumesnil 13.

AND 3 (smaller) etched landscapes by G. PERELLE, F. KOBELL and F.E. WEIROTTER.

€ (80-100) 100
70/5578 Lot of 30 miscellaneous 17th-19th cent. prints, various techniques, mainly small sizes, mostly architecture (churches, ruins etc.) and a few plans/ maps, i.a. "De Tuijnen langs 't Sparen", "IJsgang en Verwoestingen voor Nijmegen", "'s Graavenhaage geplonderd door Maarten van Rossem, in 't jaar 1528" and "Ylst".
€ (50-70) 110
70/5579 Lot of ±60 Dutch (mostly) historical prints, 17th cent. engravings, various sizes.

= Incl. num. prints concerning the Batavian Revolution.

€ (200-300) 400
70/5580 Lot of ±60 prints by/ after German artists, 16th to 19th cent., smaller sizes, incl. bookillustrations, all laid down on/ tipped onto mount (4to), i.a. after A. DÜRER, L. CRANACH, C. VAN SICHEM and J. AMMAN.
€ (100-150) 425
70/5581 Lot of ±105 prints by and after English artists 70/5581 Lot of ±105 prints by and after English artists
70/5581 Lot of ±105 prints by and after English artists, 18th/ 19th cent., all tipped onto/ laid down on mounts (4to), all bookilllustrations and smaller sizes, i.a. a nice mezzotint "The Burgomaster" by J. WATSON after A. VAN OSTADE (middle-fold), 2 mezzotints "Moning"/ "Evening" by E. KIRKHALL (both remargined) and prints by/ after G. SMITH OF CHICHESTER, G.W. REYNOLDS (stained), F. BARLOW, W. HOGARTH and incl. 23 portraits of English artists.

- The larger prints folded.

€ (100-150) 230
70/5582 Lot of ±125 prints by/ after Italian artists 70/5582 Lot of ±125 prints by/ after Italian artists
70/5582 Lot of ±125 prints by/ after Italian artists, 17th to 19th cent., smaller sizes, incl. bookillustrations, all laid down on/ tipped onto mount (4to), i.a. after C. ALBERTI, B. BALDINI, J. BONASONI, G. MITELLI (3x), S. ROSA, M.A. RAIMONDI, S. DELLA BELLA, CASTIGLIONE and A. TEMPESTA (corners dam.).
€ (200-300) 800
70/5583 Lot of ±145 prints by/ after Dutch and Flemish artists 70/5583 Lot of ±145 prints by/ after Dutch and Flemish artists
70/5583 Lot of ±145 prints by/ after Dutch and Flemish artists 70/5583 Lot of ±145 prints by/ after Dutch and Flemish artists
70/5583 Lot of ±145 prints by/ after Dutch and Flemish artists 70/5583 Lot of ±145 prints by/ after Dutch and Flemish artists
70/5583 Lot of ±145 prints by/ after Dutch and Flemish artists, 17th to 19th cent., all tipped onto/ laid down on mounts (4to), smaller sizes, i.a. by/ after J. VAN VLIET, M. DE VOS, H. COCK, C. GALLE, C. SCHUT, REMBRANDT, P. POTTER, J. SAENREDAM and R. SAVERIJ.

- Nearly all prints with (small) defects. The larger prints folded.

€ (200-300) 1500
70/5584 Lot of ±145 prints by/ after French artists 70/5584 Lot of ±145 prints by/ after French artists
70/5584 Lot of ±145 prints by/ after French artists, 18th/ 19th cent., all tipped onto/ laid down on mounts (4to), all bookilllustrations and smaller sizes, i.a. by DE MARCENAY, P. BASAN ("Petit village près d'Amsterdam". Folded and remargined), A. BENOIST, F. TORTEBAT, M. DORIGNY, A. PERELLE and A. MANGLARD.
€ (100-150) 450
70 5585 Luiken J  1649 1712 70 5585 Luiken J 1649 1712
70/5585 Luiken, J. (1649-1712). Lot of 13 engravings, all bookillustrations, i.a. "Afbeeldinghe des Huwelyx onder de gedaente van een Fuyk" (mediocre copy); "De Wetgeeving op den Berg Sinai" and "D'afbeelding hoe men de Magistraet en Geestelykheyt der stadt Amsterdam heeft uytgeleydt (...)" (foxed).
€ (80-100) 110
70/5586 Luiken, J. (1649-1712). Lot of 103 engravings on 99 lvs., all ±10,8x14,2 cm., from Het Bloedig Tooneel, of Martelaers Spiegel der Doops-gesinde of Weereloose Christenen (...) (1685), all cut on/ just outside the platemark, incl. duplicates. - ADDED: ±20 engr. bookillustrations from i.a. De Historie der Martelaren (...) (1671).
€ (50-70) 100
70 5587 Lutma the Younger J  1624 1689 70 5587 Lutma the Younger J 1624 1689
70/5587 Lutma the Younger, J. (1624-1689). P.C. Hooft. Punch engraving (opere mallei, hammer works), ±1681, 27,5x19,5 cm., "Opus mallei per Ianum Lutma" and "P.C. Hooft Alter Tacitus" in engr. captions.

- Margins trimmed irregularly, especially right blank margin.

= Hollstein 7, only state. With unidentified collector's mark on verso.

AND 9 other portraits, i.a. by W. and A. VAILLANT.

€ (100-150) 150
70 5588 Marcus J E  1774 1826 70 5588 Marcus J E 1774 1826
70/5588 Marcus, J.E. (1774-1826). Études Gravées (Het studie-prentwerk). Series of 98 (of 105) etchings, various sizes, signed and dated in the plate between December 1807 and Junij 1816, published by S. de Grebber, Amst., (1826), loose as issued, together w. orig. engr. French title-p., "Levensschets. Aperçu Biographique" (6p.) and "Plaatwijzer" textbook ((2),8p., engr. title), in 19th cent. giltlettered portfolio, folio.

- Lacks 7 plates (48, 65, 70, 72, 94, 98 and 103); some marginal imperfections/ repairs; the engr. title, biography and contents leaf loose and possibly sl. trimmed; the biography supplied in duplicate (1 copy w. marginal repairs)

= With a duplicate of no. 21. "Vooral Jacob Ernst Marcus dient te worden vermeld. Van 1807 tot 1816 gaf hij elke maand een prent uit, totaal 105 stuks (...) Marcus plaatst geen Griekse goden en godinnen in zijn landschappen, maar mensen, zo uit het werkelijke leven van die tijd weggelopen" (Grafiek in de 19e eeuw, p.19). With a drawing after (?) the print no.51 w. the portraits of J. Buys, V. Schmidt and J. Andriessen.

€ (70-90) 170
70 5589 Massys C  ±1508 after 1584 70 5589 Massys C ±1508 after 1584
70/5589 Massys, C. (±1508-after 1584). (Music making beggar and beggar-woman). Engraving from the series of 12 depicting lamed beggars and beggar-women dancing, 1538, 5,5x4,2 cm., "Cor. Met."

- Fine impression trimmed on/ just inside the platemark. Upper corners tipped onto mount (and verso traces of former mounting visible).

= Hollstein 149, the first state (of 2), without the number.

€ (300-400) 300