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74 5099 Groenewegen G  1754 1826 74 5099 Groenewegen G 1754 1826
74/5099 Groenewegen, G. (1754-1826). "Verzameling van Vier en tachtig Stuks Hollandsche Schepen." Rott., J. van den Brink, n.d. (1786-1801), letterpress title and 7 series of 12 engravings each (1st series incl. engr. title), ±13-15x12,5-15 cm., contemp. boards, obl. large 8vo.

- Some sl. occas. thumbing; 3 plates w. sm. stain in lower (blank) margin; upper hinge weak; free endpapers creased. Spine-ends dam. Occas. sl. weak impressions, mainly visible in the captions. A good/ fine copy.

= Complete set of all 7 series (marked A to F, the last series without letter), each print w. series letter, number (1 to 12) and title engr. in caption. The 2nd state (of 3) of this fine series of Dutch sailing vessels. See De Groot/ Vorstman p.8 ("The most specialized artist in the field at the end of the eighteenth century was Gerrit Groenewegen, with his views of the port of Rotterdam and his series of eighty-four ship types, which was published in instalments"), p.20ff and no.191-202. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CIV.

€ (2.500-3.500) 2500
74 5100 Grozer J  1755 1799 74 5100 Grozer J 1755 1799
74/5100 Grozer, J. (1755-1799). "Evening or the Sportsman's Return". Engr. by J. GROZER after G. MORLAND, printed in colours, 44,6x58,7 cm., w. engr. captions, London, I. Grozer, 1795.

- Sl. discol.; some marginal tears, not affecting the image; blank margins browned.

AND 2 others similar after the same: ''Feeding the Pigs'' (engr. by J.R. SMITH, London) and ''The Public House Door'' (engr. by W. WARD, ibid.). - ADDED: a (modern) reprint.

€ (50-70) 50
74 5101 Grozer J  1755 1799 74 5101 Grozer J 1755 1799
74/5101 Grozer, J. (1755-1799). "The Right Hon.ble Charles Marquis Cornwallis receiving the two Sons of Tippoo Sultaun as Hostages from the Vakeel". Mezzotint after H. SINGLETON, 53,5x61,6 cm., w. engr. caption below.

- Several closed tears in top margin reaching max. 2,5 cm. into image and several closed tears in lower margin affecting the caption; (partly vague) vertical fold in centre and a few creases in image; blank margins foxed and creased; lower right blank corner torn off (only the area outside the plate-mark affected).

= Pendant to a second mezzotint by Grozer after Singleton, which was titled "Tippoo Sultaun delivering to Gullum Alli Beg the Vakeel his two sons". Rare.

€ (100-150) 325
74 5102 Grue F A S  1686 1746 74 5102 Grue F A S 1686 1746
74/5102 Grue, F.A.S. (1686-1746). "Ponte Lucano a Tivoli". "Chiesa di S. Sinforosa suori di Tivoli". Two etchings, each ±7,5x12 cm., signed "Franc.s Ant.s. Grue Phil. et Ste Theol.e.Dr." and "F.A. Grue Phil. et S.te Theol.e Dr, f.", after 1706.

- Laid down on later paper.

= Very rare, no other copies or other prints by the same traced. Francesco Antonio Saverio Grue is mostly known as a important majolica pottery maker. Although from a long line of pottery makers, he intended to become a priest and entered the seminary at Penne. He switched to various other fields and studied medicine in Teramo, then moved to Naples and perhaps also to Rome, to deepen his knowledge in law and canon law. In 1706 he graduated in Theology and Philosophy in Urbino. Consequently he added the title Dr. to his signature on majolica and apparently also on his prints.

€ (300-500)
74 5103 Guidi R  1540 1615 74 5103 Guidi R 1540 1615
74/5103 Guidi, R. (1540-1615). Portrait of Frederik de Vries. Engraving after H. GOLTZIUS, 35,7x26,5 cm., address, date and "C. Capranica" in lower left corner, engr. dedication in cartouche, two-line Latin caption below image, w. address C. Losi, 1779.

- Eighteenth century impression; dam. spots in outer corners repaired w. use of very thin Japanese (some tiny holes still visible).

= New Hollstein 256, copy b III (of IV), w. date added at right of address in margin.

€ (300-500)
74 5104 Hackaert J  1629 1700 74 5104 Hackaert J 1629 1700
74/5104 Hackaert, J. (1629-1700). The small river. Etching from the series of 6 Various landscapes, 19,5x22 cm., numbered "3" in the plate, under passepartout.

- Good impression; trimmed outside the borderline; 2 vertical blank printing folds in the image; edges neatly mounted on later laid paper.

= Hollstein 3, 2nd state (of 2), with strong borderlines and the number added.

€ (200-300)
74 5105 Hartogensis J  1822 1865 74 5105 Hartogensis J 1822 1865
74/5105 Hartogensis, J. (1822-1865). (View of Scheveningen). Etching, 11x15 cm., signed, [illegible] and "55" in the plate (fine and rare).
€ (60-80) 60
74 5106 Heemskerck M van 1498 1574  after 74 5106 Heemskerck M van 1498 1574 after
74/5106 Heemskerck, M. van (1498-1574) (after). (Jacob fighting with the Angel). Etching by (prob.) D. COORNHERT, 1549, 24,5x19,3 cm., numb. "5".

- Sl. foxed.

= Watermark of a jug. From the series of the Story of Jacob (8 prints). New Hollstein (Heemskerck) 29.

€ (70-90) 100
74 5107 Heemskerck M van 1498 1574  after 74 5107 Heemskerck M van 1498 1574 after
74/5107 Heemskerck, M. van (1498-1574) (after). The Lord Assigning Duties to the Three Estates. Engraving, 20x24,7 cm., engr. captions and numb. "1" below.

- Trimmed on/ just inside the borderline. Verso outer left edge laid down on mount.

= New Hollstein (Heemskerck) II.178.497.

AND 1 other engraving after the same, "Rex facit officium (...)."

€ (70-90) 130
74 5108 Heyden J van der 1637 1712 74 5108 Heyden J van der 1637 1712
74/5108 Heyden, J. van der (1637-1712). "Uytbeelding vant verschil der bequaamheden, van d'oude en Nieuwe Brandspuiten, ten gebruik van brandblussen". Etching, 1690, 32,7x45 cm. (image), 36,5x46,5 (platemark), caption below.

= Hollstein 2; F.M. 2301-2a (before the caption above).

Idem. "Afbeelding van twee houte huyzen in de Nieustraat, in brand geraakt en geblust, blyvende in de bovenstaande gestalte staan, den 2 January 1682". Engraving, 1690, 31,7x17,2 cm., caption below.

€ (300-500)
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74/5109 Heylbroeck, S.J. (18th cent.). (Horsedrawn carriages). Five etchings, each ±20,5x36,5 cm., numb. "1" - "5" in upper left corner.

- All laid down and rolled; all prints traces of wear; 2 prints damaged. Sold w.a.f. = Rare series, not traced.

€ (50-70)
74 5110 Hogarth W  1697 1764 74 5110 Hogarth W 1697 1764
74/5110 Hogarth, W. (1697-1764). "The Bench." Etching, 17x20,2 cm., "Designed & Engrav'd by W. Hogarth" and "Published as the Act directs, 4 Sept. 1758" in the plate.

- Sl. foxed. Tape along margins and sm. paper ticket on verso.

= Paulson 205, the 4th state (of 6), without the caption. Paulson, p.170 on the 4th state: "The Royal Library has an impression of this state printed without the caption plate".

€ (100-150) 180
74 5111 Hogarth W  1697 1764 74 5111 Hogarth W 1697 1764
74/5111 Hogarth, W. (1697-1764). Charles XII's arrival at Bender. Etching, 1724, 25x34,8 cm. (entire image).

= Paulson 36. One of Hogarth's earliest prints. Plate from the 2nd volume of Aubry de la Motraye's Travels through Europe, Asia, and into part of Africa (...). The lower part of the plate is a plan of the city of Bender, Moravia by Samuel Parker.

€ (100-150) 100
74 5112 Hogarth W  1697 1764 74 5112 Hogarth W 1697 1764
74/5112 Hogarth, W. (1697-1764). The Industry of Idleness. Five engravings from the series of 12, ±1747, each 25x35 cm., each titled and w. moral caption within cartouche below.

= Paulson 170,174, 175, 178 and 179.

AND 6 engravings from the same series, engraved by T. COOK after W. HOGARTH (plate 2, 3, 7, 9, 11 and 12).

€ (300-500)
74 5113 Hogarth W  1697 1764 74 5113 Hogarth W 1697 1764
74/5113 Hogarth, W. (1697-1764). Southwark Fair (or The Humours of a Fair). Etching, 36x46 cm. (plate mark), "Invented Painted & Engravd by Wm Hogarth 1733" below the image.

- Sl. yellowed; a few tiny foxed spots; some finger/ dustsoiling in blank margins. = Paulson 131, only state.

€ (70-90) 210
74 5114 Hogarth W  1697 1764  after 74 5114 Hogarth W 1697 1764 after
74/5114 Hogarth, W. (1697-1764) (after). Canvassing for votes. Engraving by G. GRIGNION, 42,5x53,6 cm., signed in the plate, 1757.

- Waterstain in upper margin and lower right corner.

= Plate 2 of the series of Four Prints of an Election. Paulson 199, 6th state of 6, published probably in 1758.

AND 2 others by/ after the same: The Distrest Poet (Paulson 145, 3rd state, late 18th cent. impression on wove paper) and The March to Finchley (Paulson 184, 1761, 8th state). - ADDED: 2 others.

€ (100-150) 110
74 5115 Hogarth W  1697 1764  after 74 5115 Hogarth W 1697 1764 after
74/5115 Hogarth, W. (1697-1764) (after). The Stage-Coach, or The Country Inn Yard. Engraving by J. JUNE, 24x34 cm. (incl. captions), London, Bowles & Carver, Laurie & Whittle and Wilkinson, ±1814 (cf. Paulson 167). - AND 1 smaller engraving after the same: "Die Landkutsche".
€ (60-80)
74 5116 Hogarth W  1697 1764  after 74 5116 Hogarth W 1697 1764 after
74/5116 Hogarth, W. (1697-1764) (after). Lot of 17 engravings, all engr. by THOMAS COOK, from 35,5x22,5 to 50x40 cm. (incl. captions), various publishers.

- Thirteen prints (nearly) fine; others occas. frayed/ w. tears affecting the image.

= Comprises i.a. 6 engravings from the series Hudibras (cf. Paulson 82-84, 86, 87 and 90); Burning the Rumps at Temple Bar (modern handcolouring; cf. Paulson 92); Garrick in the Character of Richard III (cf. Paulson165); Simon Lord Lovat (cf. Paulson 166); The Analysis of Beauty (cf. Paulson 195a) and Tail Piece, The Bathos (cf. Paulson 216).

€ (300-500)
74 5117 Hollar W  1607 1677 74 5117 Hollar W 1607 1677
74/5117 Hollar, W. (1607-1677). (Farmers dancing at an inn). Etching after D. TENIERS, 24,3x34 cm., signed "W. Hollar fecit 1649".

- Some foxing in upper part. = Pennington 598.

€ (100-150) 160
74 5118 Hollar W  1607 1677 74 5118 Hollar W 1607 1677
74/5118 Hollar, W. (1607-1677). Hilly landscape. Etching, 6,7x10 cm., signed "WHollar fecit" and "3", "J.S. Küslen" in the plate below image.

= Pennington 1234. Only state. According to Pennington the number and the name of Küslen not by Hollar. J.S. Küslen is probably Johanna Sibylla Küsler. Perhaps a copy after/ by her.

Merian I, M. (1593-1650). Road through a forest near Basle. Etching, 13,5x16,8 cm., signed "Matth: Merian in. et fecit." in the plate.

- Recto paper perhaps later tinted w. yellowish watercolour; tiny hole in left part.

= Hollstein 329, part of a series of 17 landscapes (1625).

AND 16 other prints w. views, i.a. 6 by MATHIAS MERIAN I, partly book illustrations, i.a. 2 etchings from the series Schwallbacher Reise.

€ (80-100) 120