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74 5119 Hollar W  1607 1677 74 5119 Hollar W 1607 1677
74/5119 Hollar, W. (1607-1677). "Johannina Vesella Pictressa, filie prima da Titiano." (Titian's daughter). Etching after TITIAN, 25,2x18,2 cm., w. engr. caption and "Franciscus van den Wyngarde excudit" and "Ex Collectione Iohannis et Iacobi van Verle" engr. below image.

- Inkstained in lower blank right corner and lower margin (affecting the final 2 letters of "Collectione"); a few (partly very vague) oblique folds, esp. in upper right corner/ margin and in lower right corner.

= Pennington 151, 2nd state (of 3).

€ (80-100) 80
74 5120 Hollar W  1607 1677 74 5120 Hollar W 1607 1677
74 5120 Hollar W  1607 1677 74 5120 Hollar W 1607 1677
74/5120 Hollar, W. (1607-1677). "Nobilis mulier anglica, in Vestitu Hiemali". "Civis Londinensis Uxor". Two etchings, 9x6 cm., 1643.

- First print w. ample margins; sl. weak impression; second print trimmed to the platemark.

= Pennington 1884 (1st or 2nd state of 3) and 1894 (3rd state of 5).

€ (70-90) 70
74 5121 Hollar W  1607 1677  ?  after 74 5121 Hollar W 1607 1677 ? after
74/5121 Hollar, W. (1607-1677) (?) (after). (Portrait of Lazarus and Baptista Colleredo). Engraving possibly after W. HOLLAR, 16,5x12,4 cm., "Aetatis Suae 17." in the plate, 2-line engr. caption "Israel. The Twin Brothers" below, 19th cent.

- Tipped onto mount; foxed.

= Portrait of the conjoined twins Colleredo at the age of 17. According to the National Portrait Gallery (London) possibly after W. Hollar.

€ (50-70) 50
74 5122 Holtzmann C F  1740 1811 74 5122 Holtzmann C F 1740 1811
74/5122 Holtzmann, C.F. (1740-1811). "Antique Koepfe von C.W.E. Dietrich". Part of the title print and 4 (o f?) etchings after C.W.E. DIETRICH or DIETRICY, each ±10,5x8, signed "Holtzmann f(ec.)", "D" and 1x dated "1764" in the plate.

- Title print lacks the upper part. = Holtzmann was a student of Dietrich. This series not found.

And 3 others by the same, i.a. after SALVATOR ROSA.

€ (50-70) 70
74 5123 Hooghe R de 1645 1708  attrib  74 5123 Hooghe R de 1645 1708 attrib
74/5123 Hooghe, R. de (1645-1708) (attrib.). "Den Haan vlucht naar het kot, by syne broetse Hennen". Etching, ±1674, 14,7x24 cm.

- Laid down on 19th cent. mount.

= Rare caricature on the Siege of Groningen and the Franco-Dutch War of 1672-1678. F.M. 2536-1.

€ (80-100) 110
74 5124 Hooghe R de 1645 1708  after 74 5124 Hooghe R de 1645 1708 after
74 5124 Hooghe R de 1645 1708  after 74 5124 Hooghe R de 1645 1708 after
74 5124 Hooghe R de 1645 1708  after 74 5124 Hooghe R de 1645 1708 after
74/5124 Hooghe, R. de (1645-1708) (after). "Groothans met de Privilegie-soeker". Etching after R. DE HOOGHE, 17,7x26,5 cm., ±1690.

= FM 2797.

"Wie der Hertzog von Alenzon, vor Antorf, und in Antorf mit grossen triumph und herligkeit zu einem Hertzogen von Brabant, gehulder investieret und angenimmen. Anno 1582 (...)". "In Culnburchs hoff, auß falschem grundt (...) Anno Dnj M.D.LXVII. X. Septembris". Two handcol. engraving by F. HOGENBERG, engr. text in German (and French) below, each ±20,7x27,7 cm., Cologne, A. Hogenberg, ±1600.

= New Hollstein 174.III.

"Verblijf van Haare Koninglyk Hooghied in zeker boerenhuijs bij de Goejan Verwellen Sluijs alwaar een Vrij-Corporist met een ontbloot Zijdgeweer de Wacht houd. den 28. Junij 1787". "Het Geweldig aanranden en tegenhouden van Haare Koninglyk Hooghied op de weg bij Haastrecht Door een hoop Vrij-Corporisten. den 28 Junij 1787". Two handcol. engravings, engr. captions below, each 20,5x28,5 cm. (platemark), Augsb., G.B. Probst, 1787.

- Both mounted and cut sl. short in blank margins; 1st print w. some sm. holes and stains; 2nd print w. some loss of text, large closed tear, stained and sl. dam. in left margin.

= FM 4841.

ADDED: 1 unrelated print.

€ (70-90) 70
74 5125 Hooghe R de 1645 1708  after 74 5125 Hooghe R de 1645 1708 after
74/5125 Hooghe, R. de (1645-1708) (after). Het Lusthuys van Pater Peters, en der Jesuwijten en Munniken, ontdekt door Eusebius en Simplicius. Etching, 30,3x41,2 cm., w. letterpress text in 4 columns below, signed "William Loggan fec. d'Oxonia" [= R. de Hooghe].

- Waterstain in upper right corner image; upper margin dam. and repaired; sm. portion of upper right corner redrawn.

= FM 2765a. Copy in reverse of FM 2765b. On the fall of king James II of England. Pater Peter is Edward Petre, jesuit and close adviser of James II.

€ (60-80) 120
74 5126 Hooghe R de 1645 1708  after 74 5126 Hooghe R de 1645 1708 after
74 5126 Hooghe R de 1645 1708  after 74 5126 Hooghe R de 1645 1708 after
74 5126 Hooghe R de 1645 1708  after 74 5126 Hooghe R de 1645 1708 after
74 5126 Hooghe R de 1645 1708  after 74 5126 Hooghe R de 1645 1708 after
74 5126 Hooghe R de 1645 1708  after 74 5126 Hooghe R de 1645 1708 after
74/5126 Hooghe, R. de (1645-1708) (after). Lot of ±50 etchings, various sizes, i.a. views, allegorical scenes, portraits, titles and book illustrations.
€ (100-150) 120
74/5127 Horses and horsemanship  La Penelope née au Haras de S A R Monsgr Le Dauphin 74/5127 Horses and horsemanship La Penelope née au Haras de S A R Monsgr Le Dauphin
74/5127 Horses and horsemanship  La Penelope née au Haras de S A R Monsgr Le Dauphin 74/5127 Horses and horsemanship La Penelope née au Haras de S A R Monsgr Le Dauphin
74/5127 [Horses and horsemanship]. "La Penelope, née au Haras de S.A.R. Monsgr. Le Dauphin". Lithograph, 28,2x34 cm., lithogr. caption below image, monogrammed and dated "RK 1884". Rugendas, G.P. (1666-1742) (after). (Two travelers with horses and a man leaning on a stick). Etching and stipple-engraving printed in brown by C. RUGENDAS, 13,5x15 cm., "G.P. Rugendas pinx. Li4.Decembre Anno 1696.in Augusta" and "Christiano Rugendas sculp.et excud. Aug. Vindel." engr. in the plate, on 18th cent. paper, tipped onto mount.

- Ample margins; partly sl. soiled on recto in margins and on verso.

€ (70-90) 70
74/5128 House of Orange  Sinne beeld Ter eeren van Sijn Doorluchtighste Hoogheyt Wilhem de III Prins van Oraejen &c 74/5128 House of Orange Sinne beeld Ter eeren van Sijn Doorluchtighste Hoogheyt Wilhem de III Prins van Oraejen &c
74/5128 [House of Orange]. "Sinne-beeld. Ter eeren van Sijn Doorluchtighste Hoogheyt Wilhem de III. Prins van Oraejen. &c." Engraving, 42,4x26,5 cm., with (on joined leaf) 3-column letterpress text below by "M.S." [Mattheus Smallegange], publ. by C. DE PASSE, 1665.

- Blank margin upper left part cut short and w. sm. repaired tear; tiny hole in lower right corner; sl. creased in upper left corner; remnants of former mounting on verso, sl. shining through.

= F.M. 2306a: "Zinneprent op de verheffing van den Prins tot Kapit. Generaal of tot Stadhouder." Veldman, Chrispijn de Passe and his Progeny I, p.371ff (De Passe and Mattheus Smallegange were arrested for the publication of this print, because it was deemed "utterly offensive to the State").

€ (80-100) 80
74/5129 Insects  Lot of 3 handcol engravings of moths/ butterflies 74/5129 Insects Lot of 3 handcol engravings of moths/ butterflies
74/5129 Insects  Lot of 3 handcol engravings of moths/ butterflies 74/5129 Insects Lot of 3 handcol engravings of moths/ butterflies
74/5129 Insects  Lot of 3 handcol engravings of moths/ butterflies 74/5129 Insects Lot of 3 handcol engravings of moths/ butterflies
74/5129 [Insects]. Lot of 3 handcol. engravings of moths/ butterflies, all ±35x126 cm., from M. HARRIS, The Aurelian. A Natural History of English Moths and Butterflies, 1766.

- One plate sl. yellowed; one w. vague waterstain(?) in centre.

= Nice, skillfully coloured plates. Comrprising the engr. title-p. and plate V and X.

€ (70-90)
74 5130 Israels J  1824 1911 74 5130 Israels J 1824 1911
74 5130 Israels J  1824 1911 74 5130 Israels J 1824 1911
74 5130 Israels J  1824 1911 74 5130 Israels J 1824 1911
74/5130 Israels, J. (1824-1911). Baby in his chair. Etching, 15,1x10 cm., monogrammed in the plate.

- Some foxing. = Hubert XIV, third state (of 3).

AND 7 others, i.a. a col. lithograph "Zomer" by T.H. MOLKENNBOER (from Hollandsche Revue) and 4 prints by A. ROELOFS, 1x signed in pencil.

€ (60-80) 120
74 5131 Israels J  1824 1911 74 5131 Israels J 1824 1911
74 5131 Israels J  1824 1911 74 5131 Israels J 1824 1911
74 5131 Israels J  1824 1911 74 5131 Israels J 1824 1911
74 5131 Israels J  1824 1911 74 5131 Israels J 1824 1911
74/5131 Israels, J. (1824-1911). Stumbling old man. Etching, 23x14,8 cm., monogrammed in the plate.

- Sl. browned/ foxed (verso worse). = Hubert XXXIII.

AND 16 other prints, i.a. by M. VAN DER VALK, H.J. HAVERMAN, H.F. TEN CATE, C. ROCHUSSEN, B.J. BLOMMERS and P.J. ARENDZEN.

€ (100-150) 140
74 5132 Jackson J B  1701 ±1780 74 5132 Jackson J B 1701 ±1780
74/5132 Jackson, J.B. (1701-±1780). The Holy Virgin and Child in glory above six saints. Chiaruscuro woodcut after TITIAN, 1742, 59,3x37,5 cm., signed in the block.

- Laid down on sl. later paper; scratch in lower right margin; marginal defects in the mount.

€ (120-150) 140
74 5133 Janson J  1729 1784 74 5133 Janson J 1729 1784
74 5133 Janson J  1729 1784 74 5133 Janson J 1729 1784
74/5133 Janson, J. (1729-1784). (January). Etching from the series of 12 prints depicting the months of the year, 13,1x15,8 cm., under passepartout.

- Fine impression, good margins. Remnants of former mount in right margin verso.

= Laurentius 35, 3rd state (of 4). With the collector's stamps of H. Weber (Lugt 1383) and Ferdinand of Portugal (Lugt 968) on verso. Nice skating print.

AND 1 similar etching (October) by the same.

€ (100-150) 110
74 5134 Jode G de 1509 or 1517 1591  publ  74 5134 Jode G de 1509 or 1517 1591 publ
74 5134 Jode G de 1509 or 1517 1591  publ  74 5134 Jode G de 1509 or 1517 1591 publ
74 5134 Jode G de 1509 or 1517 1591  publ  74 5134 Jode G de 1509 or 1517 1591 publ
74 5134 Jode G de 1509 or 1517 1591  publ  74 5134 Jode G de 1509 or 1517 1591 publ
74 5134 Jode G de 1509 or 1517 1591  publ  74 5134 Jode G de 1509 or 1517 1591 publ
74/5134 Jode, G. de (1509 or 1517-1591) (publ.). Thesaurus Sacarum historiarum Veteris et Novi Testamenti. Twelve engravings from the series Thesaurus Sacrarum, i.a. after H. MULLER and J. COLLAERT, each ±19,5x26 cm., 4x "Gerar. de Iode Excudebat" in the plate, each w. engr. captions below, Antw., 1585.

- Ample margins; occas. sl. foxed/ stained; most engr. w. tears in outer blank margins; sl. soiled.

= I.a. New Hollstein, Collaert 308, 310, 311 and 313; New Hollstein, de Jode, 43, 53-56.

€ (200-300) 375
74 5135 Jongkind J B  1819 1891 74 5135 Jongkind J B 1819 1891
74/5135 Jongkind, J.B. (1819-1891). "Canal de Hollande près de Rotterdam (Hiver)". Drypoint, 14,9x22,8 cm., signed "Jongkind 1875" in the plate, on Japanese.

= Delteil 19, probably the 2nd or 3 state (of 6) before letters.

€ (150-250) 350
74 5136 Judaica and hebraica  Picart B  1673 1733 74 5136 Judaica and hebraica Picart B 1673 1733
74/5136 [Judaica and hebraica]. Picart, B. (1673-1733). "La Dedicace de la Synagogue des Juifs Portugais, à Amsterdam." Handcol. engraving, 32,8x40,2 cm., from A. MOUBACH, Naaukeurige beschryving der uitwendige godtsdienst-plichten, The Hague, 1727-1738, framed.

- Sl. yellowed.

€ (70-90) 190
74/5137 Judaica and hebraica  Lot of 17 engr plates 74/5137 Judaica and hebraica Lot of 17 engr plates
74/5137 Judaica and hebraica  Lot of 17 engr plates 74/5137 Judaica and hebraica Lot of 17 engr plates
74/5137 Judaica and hebraica  Lot of 17 engr plates 74/5137 Judaica and hebraica Lot of 17 engr plates
74/5137 [Judaica and hebraica]. Lot of 17 engr. plates, a few contemp. handcol., from A. MOUBACH/ B. PICARD, Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde and A. CALMET, Het algemeen groot historisch, oordeelkundig, chronologisch, geografisch, en letterlyk naam- en woord-boek (...).

= I.a. an interior of a 17th century synagogue and rites of ancient Jews.

€ (50-70) 180
74 5138 Kessel Th van ±1620 after 1660 74 5138 Kessel Th van ±1620 after 1660
74 5138 Kessel Th van ±1620 after 1660 74 5138 Kessel Th van ±1620 after 1660
74 5138 Kessel Th van ±1620 after 1660 74 5138 Kessel Th van ±1620 after 1660
74 5138 Kessel Th van ±1620 after 1660 74 5138 Kessel Th van ±1620 after 1660
74 5138 Kessel Th van ±1620 after 1660 74 5138 Kessel Th van ±1620 after 1660
74/5138 Kessel, Th. van (±1620-after 1660). (Christ and the woman from Samaria at the well). Engraving and etching after A. CARRACCI, 21,2x31,2 cm.

- Laid down.

AND 17 others similar by i.a. Th. VAN KESSEL and L. VORSTERMAN, after i.a. TITIAN.

= All from Théatre des peintures de David Teniers (±1700).

€ (100-150)