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74 5199 Nolpe P  ±1613 ±1653 74 5199 Nolpe P ±1613 ±1653
74/5199 Nolpe, P. (±1613-±1653). Two dancing couples. Engraving from the series of 't Boeren leven (8 plates) after P. QUAST, 9,3x11,7 cm., "7" engr. in the plate.

- Mounted along upper margin on modern limp boards.

= Hollstein 288, the 1st state (of 4) with the artist's address.

€ (50-70) 275
74 5200 Nooms R  called Zeeman  ±1623 1667 74 5200 Nooms R called Zeeman ±1623 1667
74 5200 Nooms R  called Zeeman  ±1623 1667 74 5200 Nooms R called Zeeman ±1623 1667
74/5200 Nooms, R. (called Zeeman) (±1623-1667). "Divers embarquements et autre". Title-etching and 7 (of 12) etchings from the series, each ±7,5x17 cm.

- A few prints trimmed rather close to the borderline; one etching w. vague brown stain; verso w. sm. traces of glue along upper edge from former tipping-in.

= Hollstein 125, 127-129, 132 and 134-136, the 2nd state (of 2), with the numbers. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CVIII.

€ (500-700) 550
74 5201 Nooms R  called Zeeman  ±1623 1667 74 5201 Nooms R called Zeeman ±1623 1667
74 5201 Nooms R  called Zeeman  ±1623 1667 74 5201 Nooms R called Zeeman ±1623 1667
74 5201 Nooms R  called Zeeman  ±1623 1667 74 5201 Nooms R called Zeeman ±1623 1667
74/5201 Nooms, R. (called Zeeman) (±1623-1667). Harbour scene with a tower. Etching, 12,8x19,6 cm., signed "R. Zeeman" and numb. "a4" in the plate.

- Sl. foxed. = Hollstein 99, 2nd state (of 2). With the collector's stamp "Childs Boston" (not in Lugt).

AND 2 other small marine etchings by the same, Hollstein 127 and 133, both the second state (of 2).

€ (150-250) 150
74 5202 Nooms R  called Zeeman  ±1623 1667 74 5202 Nooms R called Zeeman ±1623 1667
74 5202 Nooms R  called Zeeman  ±1623 1667 74 5202 Nooms R called Zeeman ±1623 1667
74/5202 Nooms, R. (called Zeeman) (±1623-1667). "De Harinck-packers Tooren". Etching from the series of 12 Verscheijde Schepen en Gesichten van Amstelredam. Eerste Deel, 13,1x24,3 cm.

- Sl. foxed/ stained; some surface wear.

= Hollstein 33, the 2nd state (of 3), the letter "a" added to the number "5".

AND 1 other etching by the same, "De Eenhoorns Sluys" (Hollstein 14).

€ (120-150) 130
74 5203 Nooms R  called Zeeman  ±1623 1667 74 5203 Nooms R called Zeeman ±1623 1667
74 5203 Nooms R  called Zeeman  ±1623 1667 74 5203 Nooms R called Zeeman ±1623 1667
74 5203 Nooms R  called Zeeman  ±1623 1667 74 5203 Nooms R called Zeeman ±1623 1667
74 5203 Nooms R  called Zeeman  ±1623 1667 74 5203 Nooms R called Zeeman ±1623 1667
74 5203 Nooms R  called Zeeman  ±1623 1667 74 5203 Nooms R called Zeeman ±1623 1667
74 5203 Nooms R  called Zeeman  ±1623 1667 74 5203 Nooms R called Zeeman ±1623 1667
74 5203 Nooms R  called Zeeman  ±1623 1667 74 5203 Nooms R called Zeeman ±1623 1667
74/5203 Nooms, R. (called Zeeman) (±1623-1667). Inland waterways. Series of 7 (of 8) etchings, all 20x12,5 cm., w. "R. Zeeman" and "2" to "8" engr. below the image.

- Good, flattened copies with small margins. Hollstein 113 w. scratches in pen and ink; flatttened vertical fold and collector's mark shining through.

= Hollstein 107ff, all the first state (of 2), all but one w. the collector's marks of 's Rijks Prentenkabinet (Lugt 240 and 699)) on verso. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXII.

€ (600-800) 800
74 5204 Nooms R  called Zeeman  ±1623 1667 74 5204 Nooms R called Zeeman ±1623 1667
74 5204 Nooms R  called Zeeman  ±1623 1667 74 5204 Nooms R called Zeeman ±1623 1667
74 5204 Nooms R  called Zeeman  ±1623 1667 74 5204 Nooms R called Zeeman ±1623 1667
74 5204 Nooms R  called Zeeman  ±1623 1667 74 5204 Nooms R called Zeeman ±1623 1667
74 5204 Nooms R  called Zeeman  ±1623 1667 74 5204 Nooms R called Zeeman ±1623 1667
74 5204 Nooms R  called Zeeman  ±1623 1667 74 5204 Nooms R called Zeeman ±1623 1667
74/5204 Nooms, R. (called Zeeman) (±1623-1667). Nieuwe en Eygentlycke Afbeeldinghe der Stadt-Poorten van Amsterdam. Lot of 6 (of 8) etchings from the series Town gates of Amsterdam, each 16,3x30 cm., 5x "Zeeman delineavit et fecit", titled and w. the address of C. Danckerts below the image, 1x titled and "1617" below the image.

- Hollstein 22 (sl. foxed; lower corners sl. dam. (just touching the image)), 23 (sl. foxed), 24 (cut to the borderline), 25 (some foxing; small margins), 26 (cut to the borderline) and 27. All w. the collector's stamps of A.P. van den Briel on verso (Lugt 407a).

= Hollstein 22-27, all the first and only state.

€ (500-700) 500
74 5205 Nooms R  called Zeeman  ±1623 1667 74 5205 Nooms R called Zeeman ±1623 1667
74/5205 Nooms, R. (called Zeeman) (±1623-1667). View of inland waterway with fishermen, in the distance of Haarlem (?). Etching from the series of Inland waterways, ±1656?, 19,2x29,3 cm.

- Trimmed just outside the borderline; foxed. = Hollstein 107, 2nd state (of 2).

AND ±25 prints showing ships, 17th-20th cent., various techniques and sizes (occas. sm. defects), most prints mounted or tipped onto mount.

€ (100-150)
74 5206 Nooms R  called Zeeman  ±1623 1667 74 5206 Nooms R called Zeeman ±1623 1667
74/5206 Nooms, R. (called Zeeman) (±1623-1667). Wharf at a mediterranean coast, title. Title-etching, from the series of 8 Several sailing-vessels and merchantmen, 1652, 11,5x20,3 cm., "Quelque nauieres (...)" in the plate.

- Closed tear in upper margin; touching the borderline. A few tiny foxed spots.

= Hollstein 88, the first state before the address.

€ (100-150)
74 5207 Noorde C van 1731 1795 74 5207 Noorde C van 1731 1795
74/5207 Noorde, C. van (1731-1795). "Jozina Keuse, Wed. van Jan Comes. Geboren te Haarlem, 28 Sept.br. 1673 leeft daar nog welvarende". Etching, 23,2x16,3 cm., "door CV Noorde naar 't Leven Getek: en in't koper gebragt 1773 in October" in the plate. - AND 4 others.
€ (80-100) 80
74 5208 Norblin de la Gourdaine J P  1745 1830 74 5208 Norblin de la Gourdaine J P 1745 1830
74/5208 Norblin de la Gourdaine, J.P. (1745-1830). Lot of 17 miniature/ small etchings, 2,1x1,8 to 6,1x4,7 cm., 9x monogrammed "N.F." and dated "1780" to "1781" in the plate, together tipped/ laid down onto mount.

- Occas. sl. foxed.. = Hillemacher 43, 58, 59 (2x), 61, 62, 66, 69, 70, 75, 77, 82, 85, 88, 91, 92 and 93.

€ (100-150) 425
74 5209 Ornaments  Anonymous 16th cent  74 5209 Ornaments Anonymous 16th cent
74 5209 Ornaments  Anonymous 16th cent  74 5209 Ornaments Anonymous 16th cent
74 5209 Ornaments  Anonymous 16th cent  74 5209 Ornaments Anonymous 16th cent
74 5209 Ornaments  Anonymous 16th cent  74 5209 Ornaments Anonymous 16th cent
74 5209 Ornaments  Anonymous 16th cent  74 5209 Ornaments Anonymous 16th cent
74/5209 [Ornaments]. Anonymous (16th cent.). (Owl and five birds on scrollwork). Engraving, 5,7x9,5 cm. - AND 20 other small ornament prints, all w. (sm.) defects, i.a. by/ after H. HOPFER, VIRGIL SOLIS, MARTIN SCHONGAUER, BARTEL BEHAM and ETIENNE DELAUNE.
€ (200-300) 15000
74 5210 Ornaments  Hertel J G  1719 1768 74 5210 Ornaments Hertel J G 1719 1768
74 5210 Ornaments  Hertel J G  1719 1768 74 5210 Ornaments Hertel J G 1719 1768
74/5210 [Ornaments]. Hertel, J.G. (1719-1768). Lot of 4 engravings after F.X. HABERMANN, each ±30x17 cm.

- One print w. pencil grid. = Kat. Orn. Berlin 135.

€ (50-70)
74 5211 Ornaments  Schynvoet S  1653 1727  after 74 5211 Ornaments Schynvoet S 1653 1727 after
74 5211 Ornaments  Schynvoet S  1653 1727  after 74 5211 Ornaments Schynvoet S 1653 1727 after
74/5211 [Ornaments]. Schynvoet, S. (1653-1727) (after). "Voorbeelden der lusthof-cieraaden, zynde vaasen, pedestallen, orangiebakken, bloempotten en andere bywerken &c." Amst., H. de Wit, n.d. (1704), series of 24 engr. plates (incl. title-p.) by J. SCHYNVOET after S. SCHYNVOET, all 29,2x19,2 cm., later hvellum w. mor. title-piece, folio.

- Small library blindstamp on title-p.; sl. fingersoiled; final plates vaguely waterst.

= Kat. Orn. Berlin 3398, 1. Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CVIII.

€ (700-900) 750
74 5212 Ostade A van 1610 1685 74 5212 Ostade A van 1610 1685
74 5212 Ostade A van 1610 1685 74 5212 Ostade A van 1610 1685
74 5212 Ostade A van 1610 1685 74 5212 Ostade A van 1610 1685
74 5212 Ostade A van 1610 1685 74 5212 Ostade A van 1610 1685
74 5212 Ostade A van 1610 1685 74 5212 Ostade A van 1610 1685
74 5212 Ostade A van 1610 1685 74 5212 Ostade A van 1610 1685
74 5212 Ostade A van 1610 1685 74 5212 Ostade A van 1610 1685
74/5212 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). The empty jug. Etching, 1653(?), 9,7x8,5 cm., "Av.ostade" in the plate below the image.

- Printed on late 18th/ early 19th cent. velin wove paper; trimmed outside the platemark; closed tear (?) in upper right corner;

= Godefroy/ Hollstein 15, the 8th and final state.

Idem. Man and woman conversing. Etching, 1673(?), 9,6x7,9 cm., "Av.o" in the plate below the image.

- On late 18th/ early 19th cent. velin wove paper; trimmed well outside the platemark.

= Godefroy/ Hollstein 12, 5th state of 5.

Idem. Peasant in a pointed fur cap. Etching, ±1640, 6,8x5,7 cm., "Av.O" in the plate.

- On late 18th/ early 19th cent. velin wove paper. = Hollstein/ Godefroy 3, the 7th state (of 7).

Idem. Bust of a laughing peasant. Etching, 1672, 7,2x5,8 cm.

- On late 18th/ early 19th cent. velin wove paper. = Hollstein/ Godefroy 4, the 8th/ 9th state (of 8/9).

AND 5 others, i.a. 2 old beggars by P. QUAST (engraving, Hollstein 20) and B. SCHREUDER, Boertje uit zijn raam (printdrawing after VAN OSTADE).

€ (150-250) 350
74 5213 Ostade A van 1610 1685 74 5213 Ostade A van 1610 1685
74/5213 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). The painter. Etching, ±1667, 23,4x17 cm., 4-line Latin text and "A. v. Ostade fecit. et excud." in the plate below the image.

- Cut just outside the borderline. trifle foxed; corners tipped onto mount (w. some creases).

= Hollstein/ Godefroy 32, probably the 12th and final state.

€ (300-500) 300
74 5214 Ostade A van 1610 1685 74 5214 Ostade A van 1610 1685
74 5214 Ostade A van 1610 1685 74 5214 Ostade A van 1610 1685
74/5214 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). Peasant with a crooked back. Etching, ±1675, 7,8x6,3 cm. (platemark).

- Outer blank margins enlarged.

= Hollstein/ Godefroy 20, the 5th/ 4th state (of 6/ 5). With the collector's stamp on verso of A.-J. Hachette (b. 1873) (Lugt 132).

AND an etching by C. BEGA.

€ (100-150) 100
74 5215 Panneels W  1600 after 1632 74 5215 Panneels W 1600 after 1632
74/5215 Panneels, W. (1600-after 1632). Ascension of the Holy Virgin. Etching and engraving after P.P. RUBENS, 32,2x18,1 cm.

- Laid down; trimmed to the borderline; fingersoiled.

= Hollstein 12. This state without publisher's address not mentioned.

€ (80-100) 100
74 5216 Panneels W  1600 after 1632 74 5216 Panneels W 1600 after 1632
74 5216 Panneels W  1600 after 1632 74 5216 Panneels W 1600 after 1632
74/5216 Panneels, W. (1600-after 1632). Jupiter and Juno. Etching, 1631, 17,6x14,5 cm., w. the address Fr. van Wijngaerde.

= Hollstein 19, 2nd state of 2.

AND 1 other by the same: Toilet of Venus (Hollstein 23, 2nd state of 2. Ample margins foxed).

€ (100-150) 250
74 5217 Passe I C de 1564 1637 74 5217 Passe I C de 1564 1637
74 5217 Passe I C de 1564 1637 74 5217 Passe I C de 1564 1637
74/5217 Passe I, C. de (1564-1637). Dido welcoming Aeneas. Engraving, 1612, 8x12,5 cm.

- Ample margins.

= From the series Speculum Aeneidis Virgilinae (14 prints, incl. title). Hollstein 232-ad 3, first state (without the name Aeneas between the legs of the namesake). Not mentioned in Hollstein.

AND 9 others by the same, i.a. 3 others from the same series, no.4, 9 and 13; and 3 engravings from the series Hortus Voluptatum (1599).

€ (150-250) 240
74 5218 Passe I C de 1564 1637 74 5218 Passe I C de 1564 1637
74/5218 Passe I, C. de (1564-1637). "Gula" (Gluttony). Engraving after MAARTEN DE VOS, 15,5x9,2 cm.

- Laid down. = From the series of the Seven Deadly Sins. Hollstein 456.

€ (70-90) 170