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74 5159 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533 74 5159 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533
74/5159 Leyden, L. van (1489 or 1494-1533). Joachim and Anna under the Golden Arch. Engraving, 1520, 10,8x7,3 cm., monogrammed in the plate.

- Cut to/ just inside the borderline; sl. grey impression; paper very thin in lower margin; tipped onto mount

= New Hollstein 34. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CV.

€ (500-700) 550
74 5160 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533 74 5160 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533
74/5160 Leyden, L. van (1489 or 1494-1533). St. Mary Magdalene in the desert. Engraving, 11,3x8,6 cm., monogrammed "L" in lower margin, ±1506.

- Trimmed to/ just within the borderline; sm. thick inkstain in upper right corner; remnants of former mount on verso; tipped onto mount.

= New Hollstein 123. Rare. With the collector's stamps of i.a. Pim van Eekelen (Lugt 5101) and H. Grool (Lugt 3790) on verso. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CV.

€ (500-700) 1100
74 5161 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533 74 5161 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533
74/5161 Leyden, L. van (1489 or 1494-1533). Sts Paul and Peter with the vernicle. Engraving, 7,5x12,1 cm., monogrammed "L" and "1517" in the plate.

- Professionally restored; doubled and remargined w. thin Japanse; sm. repair to upper left corner.

= New Hollstein 105a, only state. Very rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CVI.

€ (1.000-1.500)
74 5162 Lievens J  1607 1674 74 5162 Lievens J 1607 1674
74/5162 Lievens, J. (1607-1674). The Hermit. Etching, 24x18,1 cm.

- Upper corners w. portions torn off, repaired w. paper strip; lower right corner dam. and repaired; trimmed just on/ within the platemark; paper sl. browned.

= Hollstein 17, 4th state (but actually a 3rd state, Hollstein recorded a copy in the 2nd state w. manuscript additions erroneously as the 3rd state).

€ (100-150) 350
74/5163 Lithographs  Lot of 23 lithographs 74/5163 Lithographs Lot of 23 lithographs
74/5163 Lithographs  Lot of 23 lithographs 74/5163 Lithographs Lot of 23 lithographs
74/5163 Lithographs  Lot of 23 lithographs 74/5163 Lithographs Lot of 23 lithographs
74/5163 Lithographs  Lot of 23 lithographs 74/5163 Lithographs Lot of 23 lithographs
74/5163 Lithographs  Lot of 23 lithographs 74/5163 Lithographs Lot of 23 lithographs
74/5163 [Lithographs]. Lot of 23 lithographs, all but 1 French, 19th cent., mainly bookillustrations, i.a. by H. DAUMIER, GAVARNI, CHARLET, ISABEY and R.P. BONNINGTON.
€ (100-150) 100
74 5164 Lorrain C  1600 1682 74 5164 Lorrain C 1600 1682
74/5164 Lorrain, C. (1600-1682). Berger et bergère conversant. Etching, ±1651, 19,9x25,5 cm., "Cl. G. Inu. et F. con licenza de sup." engr. below the image, "42 p 3" engr. in lower blank margin.

- Tipped onto mount; sl. cut short ("42 p 3" cut in half).

= Mannocci 41, 6th state (of 7); Robert-Dumesnil 21. With the collector's mark of Pim van Eekelen (Lugt 5101).

€ (100-150) 150
74 5165 Lorrain C  1600 1682 74 5165 Lorrain C 1600 1682
74/5165 Lorrain, C. (1600-1682). Scène de brigands. Etching, 12,6x19,7 cm., w. "Claudius in sup. P" vaguely engr. below the image.

- Trimmed on/ just outside the platemark; remnants of former mount on verso; tipped onto mount.

= Nineteenth century impression. Mannocci 11, 9th and final state; Robert-Dumesnil 12.

€ (70-90) 70
74 5166 Lorrain C  1600 1682  after 74 5166 Lorrain C 1600 1682 after
74 5166 Lorrain C  1600 1682  after 74 5166 Lorrain C 1600 1682 after
74/5166 Lorrain, C. (1600-1682) (after). (Harbour scenes). Two aquatints by T.G. LUPTON (1791-1873) from the series Beauties of Claude Lorraine, each 18,7x26 cm., titled and numb. "9" and "23" below the image (both trifle foxed), London, W.B. Cook, 1825.
€ (70-90)
74/5167 Lot of 30 miscellaneous prints 74/5167 Lot of 30 miscellaneous prints
74/5167 Lot of 30 miscellaneous prints, various techniques and various sizes, i.a. J. DE FREY, Het afbeeldsel van een scheeps bouwmeester en zyne vrouw (engr. after REMBRANDT, Amst., 1800, engr. caption below image. Blank margins and caption foxed); C. ROCHUSSEN, (Painters on a scaffold decorating the wall of a building) (lithogr. on chine collée) and lithographs after i.a. C. KRUSEMAN, P.P. RUBENS, C. TROOST and D. TENIERS.
€ (50-70) 120
74/5168 Lot of ±100 prints 74/5168 Lot of ±100 prints
74/5168 Lot of ±100 prints 74/5168 Lot of ±100 prints
74/5168 Lot of ±100 prints 74/5168 Lot of ±100 prints
74/5168 Lot of ±100 prints 74/5168 Lot of ±100 prints
74/5168 Lot of ±100 prints 74/5168 Lot of ±100 prints
74/5168 Lot of ±100 prints 74/5168 Lot of ±100 prints
74/5168 Lot of ±100 prints 74/5168 Lot of ±100 prints
74/5168 Lot of ±100 prints, 17th to early 19th cent., mostly engravings and etchings, various sizes.

- Various defects, i.a. soiled/ stained, tears, frayed. Sold w.a.f.

= I.a. by J.W. BAUR, H. DE LA PEGNA (printed in blue), C. SCHUT, F.E. WEIROTTER, F. CHAUVEAU, J.G. VAN VLIET and G. DE LAIRESSE.

€ (200-300) 1000
74 5169 Large lot of ±400 prints 74 5169 Large lot of ±400 prints
74 5169 Large lot of ±400 prints 74 5169 Large lot of ±400 prints
74 5169 Large lot of ±400 prints 74 5169 Large lot of ±400 prints
74 5169 Large lot of ±400 prints 74 5169 Large lot of ±400 prints
74 5169 Large lot of ±400 prints 74 5169 Large lot of ±400 prints
74 5169 Large lot of ±400 prints 74 5169 Large lot of ±400 prints
74 5169 Large lot of ±400 prints 74 5169 Large lot of ±400 prints
74 5169 Large lot of ±400 prints 74 5169 Large lot of ±400 prints
74/5169 Large lot of ±400 prints, various techniques, various (smaller) sizes, 17th-19th cent.

- Various defects, sold w.a.f. = Including many cut-out book illustrations.

€ (200-300) 1100
74 5170 Luiken J  1649 1712 74 5170 Luiken J 1649 1712
74 5170 Luiken J  1649 1712 74 5170 Luiken J 1649 1712
74/5170 Luiken, J. (1649-1712). Het leven van kluizenaar Johannes Genuwit. Amst., M. de Bruyn, n.d. (±1770), broadside w. central etched ill. by J. LUIKEN.

- Folded once; sm. closed hole in centre.

= Rare broadside. Originally the illustration was used as a frontispiece of Aantekeninge, van eenige merkwaardige voorvallen, in het leeven, van de kluyzenaar Joannes Genuwit (Amst., Barend Visscher, 1701). Van Eeghen/ Van der Kellen 2746.

AND 2 others by the same, i.a. "Oproer tot Lions in 't jaar 1621".

€ (70-90) 80
74 5171 Major I  ±1576 1630 74 5171 Major I ±1576 1630
74 5171 Major I  ±1576 1630 74 5171 Major I ±1576 1630
74 5171 Major I  ±1576 1630 74 5171 Major I ±1576 1630
74/5171 Major, I. (±1576-1630). (Chapel on the bank of a river, goats and goatherds in the foreground). Etching w. engraving from a series of 10(?), 23x17,4 cm., with the address of Marco Sadeler in the plate.

- Trimmed to the image. = Hollstein German 18, first state (of 3), before the number.

Sadeler I, J. (±1550-±1600). Landscape with gallows. Engraving after H. BOL, 19,2x26,3 cm.

- Trimmed on the borderline. = Hollstein 574.

AND 3 others, i.a. an engraved landscape after A. BLOEMAERT and a large landscape etching by G. GIAMPICCOLI after M. RICCI.

€ (100-150) 240
74 5172 Major I  ±1576 1630 74 5172 Major I ±1576 1630
74 5172 Major I  ±1576 1630 74 5172 Major I ±1576 1630
74 5172 Major I  ±1576 1630 74 5172 Major I ±1576 1630
74 5172 Major I  ±1576 1630 74 5172 Major I ±1576 1630
74 5172 Major I  ±1576 1630 74 5172 Major I ±1576 1630
74 5172 Major I  ±1576 1630 74 5172 Major I ±1576 1630
74/5172 Major, I. (±1576-1630). (Landscapes). Six (of 9) etchings, each ±23,2x37 cm., numb. "1", "3", "5" to "7" and "9", w. the address of J. WOLFF, Augsburg.

- Ample margins; all w. vertical central fold, some w. sm. tear in fold, not in image; sl. yellowed/ foxed; one leaf frayed in lower blank margin.

= Hollstein German, 8, 10, 12, 13, 14 and 16, all 2nd state (of 3). Rare set. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CVI.

€ (300-500) 500
74 5173 Manet E  1832 1883 74 5173 Manet E 1832 1883
74/5173 Manet, E. (1832-1883). Baudelaire de profile en chapeau. Etching, 10x9 cm., monogrammed "M", "Peint et Gravé par Manet 1862" and "Imp. A. Salmon" in the plate.
€ (100-150) 210
74 5174 Manet E  1832 1883 74 5174 Manet E 1832 1883
74/5174 Manet, E. (1832-1883). "Los Gitanos". Etching on chine collé, 28x20,4 cm., signed "éd. Manet" in the plate, engr. captions below, w. the address of A. Cadart & C.F. Chevalier, printed by Delâtre, Paris.

- Blank margins foxed; 3 closed tears in right blank margin.

= Harris 18. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CVII.

€ (300-500) 425
74 5175 Maris J H  1837 1899 74 5175 Maris J H 1837 1899
74 5175 Maris J H  1837 1899 74 5175 Maris J H 1837 1899
74 5175 Maris J H  1837 1899 74 5175 Maris J H 1837 1899
74 5175 Maris J H  1837 1899 74 5175 Maris J H 1837 1899
74 5175 Maris J H  1837 1899 74 5175 Maris J H 1837 1899
74/5175 Maris, J.H. (1837-1899). De brug. Etching, 8,4x19,9 cm. - AND 12 other etchings, i.a. by the same (De molen), J.W. VAN BORSELEN, J. VROLIJK, J.E. KARSEN (De stal) and C. DAKE.
€ (80-100) 90
74 5176 Maris M  1839 1917 74 5176 Maris M 1839 1917
74/5176 Maris, M. (1839-1917). Kop van een meisje met sluier. Etching, 1833-1888, 10x7,1 cm., on Japanese.

- Vaguely foxed, especially blank margins; rubbed spot in left blank margin.

= Cat. Haags Gemeentemuseum (1974) 134.

€ (200-300) 200
74 5177 Maris M  1839 1917 74 5177 Maris M 1839 1917
74/5177 Maris, M. (1839-1917). The Sower, after Jean-François Millet. Etching, 50x40,2 cm., signed in pen and ink.

- Yellowed; verso traces of former mounting along outer margins. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CVII.

€ (800-1.000) 1300
74 5178 Maris M  1839 1917  after 74 5178 Maris M 1839 1917 after
74/5178 Maris, M. (1839-1917) (after). Voor het naar school gaan. Lithograph by F.H. WEISSENBRUCH, 1866, 12,4x20,3 cm., "M. Maris del." and "F.H. Weissenbruch Dzn. lith." and "Steendr. v. J.D. Steuerwald" on the stone (below the image), on chine collé, under passepartout.

- Foxed in blank margins.

= "Van (...) Mattijs Maris (...) kent men geen enkele eigelijke origineele lithografie. Wel werd een prent van F.H. Weissenbruch naar een potloodteekening van den Meester door Maris zelf in 1866 weder onder handen genomen, en bijna geheel nieuw op de steen geteekend, zoodat ze wel als een lithografie van hem zelf gelden kan" (Jan Veth, Hollandsche teekenaars van dezen tijd (Amst., 1905, p.212)).

€ (70-90)