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71/5452 Animals  Lot of ±50 prints 71/5452 Animals Lot of ±50 prints
71/5452 [Animals]. Lot of ±50 prints, mostly 19th cent., engravings and lithographs, all but a few handcol., various sizes, from various works, i.a. from W. JARDINE, The Naturalist's Library.
€ (70-90) 70
71 5453 Anonymous 16th cent  Italian school 71 5453 Anonymous 16th cent Italian school
71 5453 Anonymous 16th cent  Italian school 71 5453 Anonymous 16th cent Italian school
71/5453 Anonymous (16th cent., Italian school). Moses eracting the iron snake. Etching and engraving, 29,4x42,5 cm., "MIGH" [cut-short] in lower right corner.

- All corners cut-off (w. loss of image/ text); old (repaired) tears.

AND a woodcut by N. BOLDINI after TITIAN (Samson betrayed by Delilah) (mediocre copy).

€ (100-150) 1100
71 5454 Anonymous 16th cent  71 5454 Anonymous 16th cent
71/5454 Anonymous (16th cent.). (The Nativity). Large woodcut, 38,3x27,6 cm., on 16th cent. laid paper.

- Closed section in right edge; a few foxed spots in upper part.

€ (100-150) 100
71 5455 Anonymous early 19th cent  71 5455 Anonymous early 19th cent
71 5455 Anonymous early 19th cent  71 5455 Anonymous early 19th cent
71 5455 Anonymous early 19th cent  71 5455 Anonymous early 19th cent
71/5455 Anonymous (early 19th cent.). "Amusement des bêtes". Lithograph, after D. Teniers the Younger, ±1820, 20,5x28 cm.

= Probably an early lithograph showing a monkey barber cutting the whiskers of a cat. Rare.

AND two similar lithographs, probably by the same artist, showing cats being hanged by monkeys under the watchful eyes of two crowned lions and another scene showing a courtroom where two dogs are pleading in front of human audience and lion judges.

€ (100-150) 120
71/5456 Art world  Lot of ±35 prints showing the art world with art dealers connaisseurs and artists 71/5456 Art world Lot of ±35 prints showing the art world with art dealers connaisseurs and artists
71/5456 [Art world]. Lot of ±35 prints showing the art world with art dealers, connaisseurs and artists, all bookillustrations, mainly 19th cent., various techniques and sizes, i.a. "l'Academie des sciences et des beaux arts" (engr. by S. LECLERC, 18th cent. Laid down on mount); "Gezicht van het Oude-zyds-Heeren Logement, te Amsterdam, van Binnen te zien, benevens de manier der verkoopingen van schilderyen aldaar" (Amst., P. Fouquet Jr., ±1750); a handcol. and gommé lithograph by GAVARNI ("Les Parens terribles") and an charming etching by J. TAANMAN of a boy and a girl looking at a catchpenny print.
€ (150-250) 275
71 5457 Bary H  1640 1707 71 5457 Bary H 1640 1707
71/5457 Bary, H. (1640-1707). An old woman, emptying a pot through the window (Het goore Besje). Etching after F. VAN MIERIS, 25x17,7 cm., engr. captions.

- Trimmed just outside the platemark; paper yellowed and sl. foxed.

= With the collector's mark of E. Fabricius (Lugt 847a and 919bis) on verso. Hollstein 10, the 2nd state (of 5), before the address. Mirror of everyday Life 71: "This is a case of realism taken to extremes and of a bylaw flouted, as any contemporary viewer of this print of an old woman emptying a chamberpot out of her window would have realised straight away. Those with a more erudite cast of mind might also have associated it with certain flights of poetic fancy from a distant past (...)."

€ (150-250) 250
71/5458 Batavian revolution and patriots  Staat en Regeering kundigen Boom Schetzende de Algemeene Staat en Regeeringsvorm der Vereenigde Nederlanden 71/5458 Batavian revolution and patriots Staat en Regeering kundigen Boom Schetzende de Algemeene Staat en Regeeringsvorm der Vereenigde Nederlanden
71/5458 [Batavian revolution and patriots]. "Staat-en Regeering-kundigen Boom Schetzende de Algemeene Staat en Regeeringsvorm der Vereenigde Nederlanden." Large allegorical engraving by J. SCHUTSZ after A. RESINGER, 44x32,5 cm., w. the address of J. Kok, tipped onto mount, 1787.

- Without the "Verklaaring". = F.M. 4756.

€ (60-80)
71 5459 Bega C  1620 1664 71 5459 Bega C 1620 1664
71/5459 Bega, C. (1620-1664). The amorous couple. Copperengraving, 7,9x7 cm.

- Broad margins, well outside the plate mark.

= Hollstein 25, the 1st or 2nd state (of 2).

€ (150-250) 375
71 5460 Bega C  1620 1664 71 5460 Bega C 1620 1664
71/5460 Bega, C. (1620-1664). The Drinker. Sitting man with his hat in his right hand. Two etchings, 8,3x5,9 and 8,2x5,8 cm., both signed "cbega" in the plate.

- Upper and outer margins trimmed on/ just within the platemark.The lower margin, originally much wider, trimmed to match the other margins.

= Hollstein 16 and 17, probably both 2nd state of 2.

€ (100-150)
71 5461 Bega C  1620 1664 71 5461 Bega C 1620 1664
71/5461 Bega, C. (1620-1664). Man with his hand in his coat. Etching, 5,7x5,8 cm.

= Hollstein 10, 1st state of 2, before the reduction of the plate.

€ (200-300) 275
71 5462 Bella S della 1610 1664 71 5462 Bella S della 1610 1664
71/5462 Bella, S. della (1610-1664). (Portrait of a young man). Etching, 11,5x14 cm., "S.D. Bella in. et fecit" and "avec privilege du Roy".

- Trimmed to the platemark.

AND 2 other sm. etchings by the same, printed on 1 leaf, publ. by N. Langlois.

€ (100-150)
71 5463 Bella S della 1610 1664 71 5463 Bella S della 1610 1664
71/5463 Bella, S. della (1610-1664). (Study of horses heads). Two etchings, both 8,3x6,5 cm., both w. "Israel excud." in the plate. - AND 1 other etching by the same.
€ (80-100)
71 5464 Bemmel P von 1685 1754 71 5464 Bemmel P von 1685 1754
71/5464 Bemmel, P. von (1685-1754). (Mountainous landscape with a man and a dog). (Mountainous landscape with two men near a bridge crossing a small rapid). Two etchings, both ±13x18 cm., both signed in the plate (1x in reverse).

- First etching w. a few brown spots on verso vaguely shining through on recto. Second etching w. traces of former mounting on verso.

= Fine impressions. Collector's mark of E. Bouverie on verso of first print (Lugt 1921) and of doublet of Rijksprenten Kabinet Leiden (L700b) on verso of second print.

€ (70-90) 70
71 5465 Berardi F  1728 ±1782 71 5465 Berardi F 1728 ±1782
71/5465 Berardi, F. (1728-±1782). "Un canestro sul capo e un peso enorme. E col vizio sul core anche si dorme." Engraving after G. ZAIS, 33,2x44,5 cm., engr. title below.

- Waterst.; vertically creased in centre; closed tear in right blank margin.

Ryland, W.W. (1732-1783). "Vüe d'un pont". Etching after F. BOUCHER, 32,7x24 cm., engr. title below (partly browned/ waterst.). - AND 4 others, i.a. by J.PH. LE BAS after J. VAN RUISDAEL.

€ (100-150)
71 5466 Berchem N  1620 1683  after 71 5466 Berchem N 1620 1683 after
71/5466 Berchem, N. (1620-1683) (after). (The old shepherd and the lying boy). Engraving by J. VISSCHER, 14x18,9 cm.

- Sl. yellowed in the margins; tipped onto mount.

€ (40-60) 50
71 5467 Bercht H  17th cent  71 5467 Bercht H 17th cent
71/5467 Bercht, H. (17th cent.). "Het Rode Matelicken Warmondt Anno 1620". Engraving, 19,5x13,5 cm., signed "H. Bercht fecit" and titled in the plate.

- Vague stain in left blank margin. = F.M.1419-B; Atlas van Stolk 1063 and 1464.

ADDED: a bird's eye plan of Namen from GUICCIARDINI.

€ (80-100) 90
71 5468 Bervick = C C Balvay  1756 1822 71 5468 Bervick = C C Balvay 1756 1822
71/5468 Bervick (= C.C. Balvay) (1756-1822). "Le Serment". Handcol. engraving after J.-H. FRAGONARD, 51,5x40 cm., titled below the image in letterpress, mounted on board.

- Yellowed.

€ (60-80)
71/5469 Birds  Grus Crane 71/5469 Birds Grus Crane
71/5469 Birds  Grus Crane 71/5469 Birds Grus Crane
71/5469 [Birds]. "Grus" (Crane). Engraving, 39,5x28,5 cm, from an unidentified work, 18th cent. - AND ±25 other prints showing birds, 18th-19th cent., various techniques and sizes, i.a. "Muscicapa albicollis" from Nederlandsche Vogelen by SEPP and NOTEMAN.
€ (60-80) 140
71 5470 Birds  Martinet F N  1725 1804 71 5470 Birds Martinet F N 1725 1804
71 5470 Birds  Martinet F N  1725 1804 71 5470 Birds Martinet F N 1725 1804
71 5470 Birds  Martinet F N  1725 1804 71 5470 Birds Martinet F N 1725 1804
71/5470 [Birds]. Martinet, F.N. (1725-1804). Lot of 3 finely handcol. engravings, from G.L.L. DE BUFFON a.o., Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière (Paris, 1771-1786), all ±23,5x18 cm. (image incl. caption).
€ (30-50) 110
71 5471 Birds  Tringa Pugnax Ruff 71 5471 Birds Tringa Pugnax Ruff
71/5471 [Birds]. "Tringa Pugnax" (Ruff). Handcol. engraving, 28x42,5 cm. (platemark), from NOZEMAN/ SEPP, Nederlandsche vogelen (1770-1829).

- Soiled and w. (dust)stains; sl. browned in margins; offsetting from former passepartout.

€ (50-70) 50
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