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74 4919 dall'Acqua C  1734 1787 74 4919 dall'Acqua C 1734 1787
74/4919 dall'Acqua, C. (1734-1787). "Veduta dei Contorni di Bajona". Engraving after J. VERNET, 33x42 cm., engr. captions below.

- Laid down on paper mount; sl. foxed and stained.

€ (50-70)
74 4920 Adam A  1786 1862 74 4920 Adam A 1786 1862
74/4920 Adam, A. (1786-1862). "A Bechenkowitchi le 24 Juillet". Lithograph, ±1830, 21,1x30 cm., signed on the stone. - AND ±120 other early lithographs, ±1820-1830, i.a. by/ after N. STRIXNER, A. ADAM, S. PROUT, N. CHARLET, M.J. WAGENBAUER and J.B. ARNOUT.

- With various defects.

€ (200-300) 250
74 4921 Almeloveen J van ±1652 after 1683 74 4921 Almeloveen J van ±1652 after 1683
74/4921 Almeloveen, J. van (±1652-after 1683). (Landscape with ship on the river). Etching from the series of Various landscapes (6 plates), 14,5x19,2 cm., "Joan ab Almeloveen inv. et fec." below the image.

= Hollstein 25, the 2nd state (of 5), before the number and before the address of G. Valk.

Idem. Mountainous riverscape with bridge. Etching from the series of 4 Various landscapes, 10,8x15,3 cm., "Johan Almeloveen inv. et fec" below the image.

= Hollstein 36, the second state (of 3).

AND 1 other etching by the same.

€ (150-250) 150
74 4922 Almeloveen J van ±1652 after 1683 74 4922 Almeloveen J van ±1652 after 1683
74/4922 Almeloveen, J. van (±1652-after 1683). Mountainous riverscape with bridge. Etching from the series of 4 Various landscapes, 10,8x15,3 cm., on wove paper, tipped onto mount.

- Fine impression, trimmed outside the platemark. = Hollstein 36, the 3rd state (of 3).

Cats, J. (1741-1799). (Landscapes). Two small etchings from a series of 6 Landscapes on 1 leaf, both 5,8x8 cm, both signed "J=Cats inv et fec 1768" in the plate, tipped onto mount.

- First print tiny speck to the left of the centre, otherwise fine impressions w. good margins. = Wurzbach 1.

€ (80-100)
74 4923 Almeloveen J van ±1652 after 1683 74 4923 Almeloveen J van ±1652 after 1683
74/4923 Almeloveen, J. van (±1652-after 1683). "Ver". Etching after W. HOLLAR, from the series The four seasons (lozenged), 7,5x7,5 cm., signed "J. Almeloveen fec.", "H. Invented", titled and "1" in the plate.

= Hollstein 13, probably the second state (of 3).

AND 6 other prints, i.a. by the same, J. VAN HUCHTENBURGH, a mezzotint by AERT SCHOUWMAN and "Afbeelding van de Wooning der Boekverkopers Yntema en Tiboel" (1768).

€ (80-100) 200
74 4924 Anonymous 15th cent  74 4924 Anonymous 15th cent
74/4924 Anonymous (15th cent.). (Mater Dolorosa and the Holy Child). Handcol. woodcut, 40x26,1 cm.

= Later impression of a 15th century woodcut. On late 19th cent. laid paper with watermark "PL Bas" (also found on paper used by Vincent van Gogh).

€ (50-70) 100
74 4925 Anonymous late 15th cent  74 4925 Anonymous late 15th cent
74/4925 Anonymous (late 15th cent.). (Saint Jerome looking up to a crucifix). Woodcut, ±1490, 37,1x27,4 cm.

- Browned. = Later impression on laid paper. Schreiber 1528.

€ (50-70) 50
74 4926 Anonymous 15th/ 16th cent  74 4926 Anonymous 15th/ 16th cent
74/4926 Anonymous (15th/ 16th cent.). (The Parabel of the royal wedding). Woodcut, 17,5x14 cm. (image), 1503. - ON a leaf from Dit es dleué ons liefs heeren ihesu christi by LUDOLPHUS DE SAXONIA (Antw., 1503).

= Woodcuts from this work are attributed to the 2nd Master of Delft, Master of the Delbecq-Schreiber-passion and the master of the Virgo inter Virgines.

Burgkmair I, H. (1473-1531). The Battle of the Spurs. Woodcut, 22x19,7 cm., monogrammed in the block.

- Upper corner w. sm. tape remnants. = Hollstein 526. From the Weisskunig, 1775 edition.

Beck, L. (±1480-1542). The Battle near Naples. The Death of the Ermine King. Two woodcuts, 21,7x19 and 21,9x19,5 cm.

= Both from the Weisskunig, the 1775 edition. Hollstein 192 and 196, 5th (of 6) state.

AND ±30 others, all woodcuts, 15th-18th cent., a few later impressions, i.a. by HANS SCHAUFELEIN and 2 lvs. from H. SCHEDEL, Liber Chronicarum.

€ (100-150) 425
74 4927 Anonymous early 16th cent  74 4927 Anonymous early 16th cent
74/4927 Anonymous (early 16th cent.). (The Parable of the Ten Virgins). Handcol. woodcut, 9,8x14,2 cm., from an unidentified 15th cent. work, Delft, Ch. Snellaert (margins sl. trimmed). Anonymous (early 16th cent.). (The Crucifixion). Handcol. woodcut, 10,9x13,7 cm., on leaf Tboeck vanden leven Jhesu Christi, Gouda, Gheraart Leeu, 1487.

- Glue stains from sellotape in corners and lower margin; sl. soiled/ stained in left margin.

AND 5 others: 1 other leaf w. a woodcut from Die alder excellenste cronyke van Brabant and a woodcut from Passionael twinter stuc by J. DE VORAGINE and an entire leaf and two parts of leaves from Die cronycke van Hollandt Zeelandt ende Vrieslant (Leyden, 1517).

€ (150-250) 250
74 4928 Anonymous 16th cent  German school 74 4928 Anonymous 16th cent German school
74/4928 Anonymous (16th cent., German school). (Scenes from the life of Christ). Six woodcuts, each 6,5x5 cm.

- All tipped onto mount.

= Each with collector's mark of H.R.W. Howard on verso (Lugt 1318). Attributed to H. Schäufelein on mount, but not found in Hollstein.

AND 3 small views of i.a. Luzern and Zurich from S. MÜNSTER, Cosmographia.

€ (80-100) 80
74 4929 Anonymous 16th cent  74 4929 Anonymous 16th cent
74/4929 Anonymous (16th cent.). (Intermedio). Etching, 29,2x38 cm.

- Professionally restored; doubled and remargined w. thin Japanse; one inkstain in right margin of image; cut on/ inside the bordeline; one tiny hole repaired; formerly folded (visible on verso).

= A scene showing the intermedio, a theatrical performance during the Italian Renaissance and predecessor to opera. Particularly popular amongst the ruling Italian families, including the Medici family. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCVIII.

€ (300-500) 300
74 4930 Anonymous 16th cent  74 4930 Anonymous 16th cent
74/4930 Anonymous (16th cent.). "Pauperies Belli filia". Engraving, 10,4x7,5 cm.

- Tipped onto mount in all 4 corners, w. glue stains sl. shining through; sl. fingersoiled.

= The British Museum attributes this print to Lambertus Suavius. A curious allegorical print on the proverb Poverty is the daughter of War (War brings on poverty). Very rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCIV.

€ (200-300) 200
74 4931 Anonymous 16th/ 17th cent  74 4931 Anonymous 16th/ 17th cent
74/4931 Anonymous (16th/ 17th cent.). (Adoration of the Magi). Etching, 37x24,6 cm.

- Foxed spots; sl. soiled; paper doubled; upper margin trimmed short with loss of image.

= Artist unidentified. On laid paper with unidentified watermark showing an unknown creature. With an unidentified collector's mark "CD" on verso, not in Lugt.

€ (60-80) 110
74 4932 Anonymous 17th cent  Italian School 74 4932 Anonymous 17th cent Italian School
74/4932 Anonymous (17th cent., Italian School). "Democritus". Engraving after JAN VAN VLIET after REMBRANDT, 23,2x17,2 cm. (platemark), 4-line Italian caption below.

= On 17th century laid paper with watermark showing a star. Caption reads:"Questi sprezzo cosi l'humane cose, E le pompe terrene á Scherno prese, Che venne col suo riso á far palese, Che sono vanita ridiculose". Rare.

€ (100-150) 650
74 4933 Anonymous 17th cent  74 4933 Anonymous 17th cent
74/4933 Anonymous (17th cent.). (Allegory on the art of painting). Etching,18,5x12,5 cm.

- Sl. browned and soiled.

= Artist unidentified. The muse looking for inspiration while demonic figures are making fun of the painting. Perhaps an early state before letters.

AND 8 others, i.a. a small Vanitas engraving by R. SADELER after C. SCHWARTZ (poor copy. Hollstein 212) and an engraving showing the apostle Philippus (copy after LUCAS VAN LEYDEN).

€ (100-150) 230
74 4934 Anonymous 17th cent  74 4934 Anonymous 17th cent
74/4934 Anonymous (17th cent.). (The four evangelists and their symbols). Etching, 20x26 cm. (borderline).

= Probably an early state before any lettering. Artist unidentified. On laid paper with watermark showing a ring of circles. With an unidentified collector's mark "CD" (not in Lugt).

€ (100-150) 120
74 4935 Anonymous 17th cent  74 4935 Anonymous 17th cent
74/4935 Anonymous (17th cent.). (Vertical sun dial). Engraving, 8,8x7,4 cm.

- Sl. soiled; w. a few spots, mostly in margin.

= Rare paper sundial, perhaps late 16th century. On paper with part of an unidentified watermark.

€ (100-150) 1600
74 4936 Anonymous 17th cent ? 74 4936 Anonymous 17th cent ?
74/4936 Anonymous (17th cent.?). (Christ bearing the Cross). Woodcut after H. VOGTHERR I, printed from 4 blocks, on 4 attached lvs., 72x48 cm.

- Sl. browned; folded once.

= A not very accurate copy in reverse on 19th century woven paper. Cf. Geisberg, Single Leaf Woodcut, 1424 and 1425.

€ (60-80)
74 4937 Anonymous 18th cent  74 4937 Anonymous 18th cent
74/4937 Anonymous (18th cent.). (Children's games). Engraving, 11,5x16,7 cm.

- Verso sm. glue stain from former tipping in.

€ (50-70) 60
74 4938 Anonymous 18th cent  74 4938 Anonymous 18th cent
74/4938 Anonymous (18th cent.). (View with a boat on a stream, a house and a mountain in the background). Engraving, 8,9x14,5 cm., "Dif"(?) in the plate.

- Waterstained; foxed in blank margins, sl. affecting image.

Anonymous (18th cent.). (Watermill in a forest). Engraving, 8,2x13,3 cm., "Dubricij" in the plate, 1742.- Waterstained; sl. foxed in blank margins, sl. affecting image.

ADDED: 7 miscellaneous others, i.a. 2 etchings by BONVIN and LALANNE.

€ (50-70) 70
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