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70 5450 Caricature  Wierix H  ±1553 1619  after 70 5450 Caricature Wierix H ±1553 1619 after
70/5450 [Caricature]. Wierix, H. (±1553-1619) (after). "Doemen 1567 Schreef, Wast Schade Dat Den Leew Soo Lang Slapende Bleef." Engraving after MARTEN VON CLEEF THE ELDER, 20,3x30,8 cm., engr. captions below, w. the address of F. Antonius, printed by Cornelis Jansz.

- Closed tear near left edge; stamp on verso. = Hollstein 1922-1(3). Mirrored copy after the print by Hieronymus Wierix.

AND 1 other: "Den Nieuuen Barnevalschen handel".

€ (60-80) 190
70/5451 Caricature  Lot of 20 lithographs 70/5451 Caricature Lot of 20 lithographs
70/5451 [Caricature]. Lot of 20 lithographs, French, late 19th cent., i.a. by H. DAUMIER, T. STEINLEN and A. DELAUNOIS.
€ (40-60) 60
70/5452 Caricature Napoléon  Destruction of the French Gun Boats or Little Boney & his Friend Talley in high Glee 70/5452 Caricature Napoléon Destruction of the French Gun Boats or Little Boney & his Friend Talley in high Glee
70/5452 [Caricature. Napoléon]. "Destruction of the French Gun-Boats, or, Little Boney & his Friend Talley in high Glee." Contemp. handcol. etching and aquatint by J. GILLRAY, 1803, 16,5x21,8 cm., engr. title below, tipped onto mount.

- Trifle foxed. = Broadley II, p.307 (no. 271). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXI.

€ (100-150) 140
70/5453 Caricature Napoléon  Qui trop embrasse mal étreint!70/5453 Caricature Napoléon Qui trop embrasse mal étreint!
70/5453 [Caricature. Napoléon]. "Qui trop embrasse, mal étreint!" Contemp. handcol. caricatural engraving, ±1814, 29,5x20,5 cm., engr. captions below,

- Blank margins irregularly trimmed; sl. yellowed/ dustsoiled.

= Curious print showing the exile of Napoléon to Elbe.

€ (100-150) 130
70 5454 Carpi G da 1501 1556  circle of 70 5454 Carpi G da 1501 1556 circle of
70/5454 Carpi, G. da (1501-1556) (circle of). (Design for a façade showing a man, putti, festoons, bustes and a bull). Drawing, black pen and ink, 18,5x25,3 cm.

- Sl. dustsoiled; all edges cut short.

= With the collector's mark of Mathias Polakovits on recto (Lugt 3561).

€ (300-500) 300
70 5455 Charnay A  1844 1916 70 5455 Charnay A 1844 1916
70/5455 Charnay, A. (1844-1916). Les derniers beaux jours. Etching, 1880, 25,5x15 cm.

- Old creases; (dust)stained, especially blank margins.

AND ±25 others, i.a. a caricatural handcol. etching and aquatint by COMMARIEUX after C. VERNET, "Le Gastronome sans Argent" ((dust)soiled); 3 aquatints by CHARRON from the Duc de Berry series and prints by H. MONNIER and NADAR (nice lithograph of a conductor).

€ (100-150)
70 5456 Charpentier F P  1734 1817 70 5456 Charpentier F P 1734 1817
70/5456 Charpentier, F.P. (1734-1817). "Fin". Etching and aquatint after PIRANESI, 35x20,2 cm., engr. captions below, Paris, Cherau, ±1757.

- Sl. wormholed (2x affecting image); tear in upper margin just touching the borderline; blank margins some (dust)soiling; verso sl. waterst.

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXI.

€ (200-300) 210
70 5457 Chodowiecki D  1726 1801 70 5457 Chodowiecki D 1726 1801
70/5457 Chodowiecki, D. (1726-1801). Die Heimführung der Braut. Etching, 1775, 4,7x10,8 cm., "Au Rendéz Vous" in the plate.

- Sl. yellowed/ foxed. Good copy with broad margins. = Engelmann 133.

AND 2 other etchings by the same: Die Bettelfrau mit den beiden Kinder and an uncut leaf w. 12 etchings to Cecilia oder (...), 1787.

€ (120-150) 120
70 5458 Chodowiecki D  1726 1801 70 5458 Chodowiecki D 1726 1801
70/5458 Chodowiecki, D. (1726-1801). "Wercke der Finsternis". Etching, 1781, 19,5x25,5 cm. (image incl. caption), signed in the plate, w. adress "Zu finden bey C.F. Himburg in Berlin".

= With subtitle in caption: "Oder Beytrag zur Geschichte des Buchhandels in Deutschland. Allegorisch vorgestellt zum besten, auch zur Warnung aller ehrliebenden Buchhaendler".

€ (100-150) 100
70 5459 Claussin I J C de 1795 1844 70 5459 Claussin I J C de 1795 1844
70/5459 Claussin, I.J.C. de (1795-1844). (Study of faces). Etching, 25,5x18,8 cm., signed and "1808" in the plate, with the address of E. Dorrell, 1815.

- Outer blank margins some soiling.

AND 6 other etchings by the same, incl. 2 lvs. w. studies of faces and an etching after K. DUJARDIN.

€ (100-150) 100
70 5460 Cock H  1510 1570 70 5460 Cock H 1510 1570
70/5460 Cock, H. (1510-1570). The Cretish labyrinth. Etching, from the series of 14 Landscapes with biblical and mythological scenes, 19,8x29,2 cm., under passepartout.

- Good impression w. ample margins. Sl. foxed; weak spot in centre due to flaw in paper; four sm. brown inkstains in left lower part in image; outer blank margins foxed/ stained and (finger)soiled; traces of former mount visible on verso.

= Hollstein 21, the first and only state. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXII.

€ (300-500) 1800
70 5461 Collaert A  ±1560 1618  after 70 5461 Collaert A ±1560 1618 after
70 5461 Collaert A  ±1560 1618  after 70 5461 Collaert A ±1560 1618 after
70/5461 Collaert, A. (±1560-1618) (after). "Avium Vivae Icones". Six from the series of 18 engravings (incl. title), each ±12x16 cm., numb. in the plate, Amst., C.J. Visscher, 1625.

- Sl. yellowed/ fingersoiled; blank margins occas. vaguely waterst.

= Copies after Hollstein, the Collaert Dynasty 1404, 1423, 1424, 1428, 1433 and 1434. "Exact copies in same direction, with same Latin names".

AND 2 similar engravings of birds, from a diff. series (1x w. tear and waterstain).

€ (120-150) 120
70 5462 Collaert J  1566 1628 70 5462 Collaert J 1566 1628
70/5462 Collaert, J. (1566-1628). (The Parables of the Hidden Treasure and the Pearl). Engraving after A. FRANCKEN, 20,5x28,5 cm., w. the number "2" engr. in lower right corner, engr. Latin caption below the image.

- Ample margins. = Not listed in Hollstein.

€ (100-150)
70 5463 Constant B  1845 1902 70 5463 Constant B 1845 1902
70/5463 Constant, B. (1845-1902). "En vue de Tanger". Etching, 18,5x26,5 cm., engr. captions below, w. the address of Vve A. Cadart, Paris.

- Sl. yellowed/ foxed (verso worse).

AND a lithograph after T. GERICAULT, The Raft of Medusa.

€ (80-100) 80
70 5464 Cooke E W  1811 1880 70 5464 Cooke E W 1811 1880
70 5464 Cooke E W  1811 1880 70 5464 Cooke E W 1811 1880
70 5464 Cooke E W  1811 1880 70 5464 Cooke E W 1811 1880
70 5464 Cooke E W  1811 1880 70 5464 Cooke E W 1811 1880
70/5464 Cooke, E.W. (1811-1880). Lot of 15 etchings, all showing ships, between 11,9x19 and 22,2x16,5 cm., London, 1828.

- Occas. (sl.) foxed; mostly w. remnants of former mount on recto.

AND 9 other engravings/ lithographs of ships, i.a. by A. SPOL and W. DE KONING.

€ (50-70) 90
70 5465 Corot J B C  1796 1875 70 5465 Corot J B C 1796 1875
70/5465 Corot, J.-B.C. (1796-1875). Souvenir de Toscane. Etching, 12,2x17,8 cm, w. addresses of Corot and A. Salmon, title and "Gazette des Beaux-Arts" in letterpress below the image, tipped onto mount.

- Slightly yellowed; some folds in wide blank margins. = Delteil 1, 4th state (of 4).

€ (100-150) 100
70 5466 Cort C  1533 1578 70 5466 Cort C 1533 1578
70/5466 Cort, C. (1533-1578). Martyrdom of St. Lawrence. Engraving after TITIAN, 1571, 50x35 cm., "Cornelis Cort fe" in the plate.

- Mediocre copy. Doubled; old creases and closed tears; worn.

AND 2 other engravings by the same, mediocre condition: The Calumny of Apeles (cut to the image w. loss of dec. borders; badly browned; middle-fold and marginal tears) and The Adoration of the Shepherds (cut short w. loss of image).

€ (100-150) 220
70 5467 Danckerts D  1634 1666 70 5467 Danckerts D 1634 1666
70 5467 Danckerts D  1634 1666 70 5467 Danckerts D 1634 1666
70 5467 Danckerts D  1634 1666 70 5467 Danckerts D 1634 1666
70/5467 Danckerts, D. (1634-1666). Woman on horseback, to the right a woman milking a goat. Etching after N. BERCHEM from a series of 6 Landscapes, 19x25,5 cm.

- On paper w. foolscap watermark. Left margin trifle soiled/ stained and w. small closed tear.

= Hollstein 17, the 3rd state (of 3), with the address of P. Schenk, letter a and number 3.

AND 6 other etchings showing animals, i.a. N. BERCHEM, the title-etching of Animalia ad vivum delineata (9,6x12,5 cm.); S. DELLA BELLA, (Landscape with a waterfall, a small herd in the foreground) (from the series Circular Landscapes and Ruins of Rome, Ø 12,8 cm., "Stef Della Bella jnvent fecit" and address of F.L.C. Ciartres below); a rather large, 18th cent. circular etching showing resting sheep (Ø 21,5 cm., verso w. collector's mark "Naudet [...?] au Louvre 1790") and J. VAN DEN HECKE, (Goats and squirrels) (9,8x15,7 cm.).

€ (80-100) 100
70 5468 David J  1808 1892 70 5468 David J 1808 1892
70 5468 David J  1808 1892 70 5468 David J 1808 1892
70/5468 David, J. (1808-1892). Album moral. La bonne et la mauvaise conduit. Lot of 12 lithogr. plates from the work, each w. central ill. within pict./ ornamental border, each 31,5x34 cm. (image and captions), Paris, Jeannin, ±1835, each w. the publisher's blindstamp.

- All plates trifle foxed; some w. vague waterstain in lower blank margin; one plate w. closed tear in lower blank margin.

= The original work contains 24 plates, 12 concerning good and bad behaviour of boys/ men and 12 of girls/ women; this lot consists of the complete series concerning boys (but without the title-page), most plates juxtaposing different moral attitudes or situations connected to a certain age, i.a. "Économie (12 ans.)"-"Vagabondage (12 ans)", "Travail (20 ans)"-"Débauche (20 ans)" and "Bonheur (30 ans)"-"Misère (30 ans)". The Album moral was published as the first prize winner of the 'Prix Delessert', a contest instituted by the industrialist, banker, inventor and botanical collector Benjamin Delessert (1773-1847). France littéraire, tome XXVII, Cinquième année (Paris, 1836), p.256: "Nous avons dit que le prix de 2,000 fr., offert par M. Benjamin Delessert, pour la composition d'un album moral, ayant pour but de representer les suites de la bonne et de la mauvaise conduite chez les ouvriers, avait été adjugé (...) à M. Jules David. (...) La manière dont les douzes scènes choisies par M. J. David ont d'ailleurs été traitées, est aussi ingénieuse que adaptée à l'intelligence populaire. (...) [Ces oeuvres] doivent puissamment contribuer à l'amélioration des moeurs populaires, l'une des tendences de la civilisation."

€ (50-70)
70 5469 Delff W J  1580 1638  attrib  70 5469 Delff W J 1580 1638 attrib
70/5469 Delff, W.J. (1580-1638) (attrib.). "Afbeeldinghe van den ellendighen staet der Nederlanden, onder de tweede tijrannije van den hertoghe van Alba." Engraving, 41x56,4 cm., w. engr. caption in Latin and Dutch above image and engr. verses in Dutch in 4 columns and legend in 2 columns below image, Middelb., I.P. Vennius, 1622.

- Cut outside the plate mark with ample margins; sl. foxed, mostly in lower part.; central vertical fold.

= Large historical print with allegorical elements but also the execution of Egmont and Van Hoorne in the background. Hollstein 97a; F.M. 514 ("Zeer fraaije en belangrijke pl."); Atlas van Stolk 408. Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXII.

€ (150-250) 190