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71/5472 Birds  Lot of 9 lvs with engr ills  71/5472 Birds Lot of 9 lvs with engr ills
71/5472 [Birds]. Lot of 9 lvs. with engr. ills., probably all by/ after M. MERIAN, i.a. from J. JOHNSTON, Historiae Naturalis (...), ±1655.

- Occas. waterst./ mouldy (w. loss of blank sections).

= Leaf I, II, V, VII, XII, XXII, 50, 55, 62 (w. ills. of a "Phanix, Pelicanus, Harpijca, Grijphus").

€ (100-150)
71/5473 Birds  Lot of ±120 handcol woodengr plates 71/5473 Birds Lot of ±120 handcol woodengr plates
71/5473 Birds  Lot of ±120 handcol woodengr plates 71/5473 Birds Lot of ±120 handcol woodengr plates
71/5473 [Birds]. Lot of ±120 handcol. woodengr. plates, from F.O. MORRIS, A History of British Birds (London, 1870/ 1895), all under passepartout.
€ (100-150) 100
71 5474 Bisschop J de 1628 1671 71 5474 Bisschop J de 1628 1671
71/5474 Bisschop, J. de (1628-1671). "Signorum veterum icones"./ "Paradigmata Graphices Variorum Artificum, Per Joh. Episcopium. Ex formis Nicolai Visscher." Two series of resp. 101 (incl. title) and 54 (incl. title by G. DE LAIRESSE) etched plates, Amst., H. de Leth, n.d. (1740), contemp. hcalf w. mor. letterpiece, folio.

- Both titles blank margins cut short (close to the platemark). Backstrip lacks portion at foot of spine; covers sl. worn along edges.

= Very rare edition. Cf. Hollstein 6, listing the edition by the artist, The Hague, 1671 (102 plates) and by N. Visscher, Amst., ±1671 (113 plates). The first series reproducing Greek and Roman sculpture, the second series after i.a. Caracci, Dominichino and Michelangelo. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXVII.

€ (700-900) 700
71 5475 Bloemaert F  ±1610 ±1669 71 5475 Bloemaert F ±1610 ±1669
71/5475 Bloemaert, F. (±1610-±1669). (Beggars). Three engravings from The set of the Beggars after A. BLOEMAERT, each 12,5x7,8 cm., numb. in the plates.

- No.14 w. thin outer lower left corner and sm. stained spot to the left of the beggar's shoulder. Otherwise fine.

= No. 14, 15 and 16 of the series. Hollstein 156-185,1st state of 3.

€ (80-100)
71 5476 Blooteling A  1640 1690 71 5476 Blooteling A 1640 1690
71/5476 Blooteling, A. (1640-1690). "De Heere Michiel Adriaensz Ruyter, Ridder, Lt. Admirael over de Provintie van Hollandt ende Wetvrieslandt." Etched portrait, 28x21,8 cm., "A. Blotelingh fecit aqua forti et Exc." in the plate.

= Hollstein 39, 1st state (of 2).

Hollar, W. (1607-1677). "Mulier Calabra, vulgo, Foretana di Napoli". "D. Maioris sive Pretoris Londinensis Uxoris hab." Two etchings printed on one leaf, both 9,3x6 cm., signed "Hollar fecit 1649" and titled in the plate.

€ (80-100) 140
71 5477 Blooteling A  1640 1690 71 5477 Blooteling A 1640 1690
71/5477 Blooteling, A. (1640-1690). Hercules before the temple of Janus. Mezzotint, 34,8x26,8 cm., w. engr. "G. Lairesse pinxit" and "A. Blootelingh fecit et ex" in the plate.

- Doubled; some creases; vague (hardly visible) waterstain in upper left corner; thin spot in upper margin; sl. grey impression.

= Hollstein 231, only state. Rare.

€ (100-150) 120
71 5478 Boel P  1622 1674 71 5478 Boel P 1622 1674
71/5478 Boel, P. (1622-1674). The wild boar hunt. Etching, 20,6x31,6 cm., monogrammed in the plate.

- Doubled. Old folds/ creases; sl. foxed/ browned; trimmed to/ just inside the borderline. = Hollstein 7.

€ (100-150)
71 5479 Boel Q or C  1620 1668 71 5479 Boel Q or C 1620 1668
71/5479 Boel, Q. or C. (1620-1668). (Bearded man with bagpipe). (Man standing and holding a broom and his hat). Two etchings after D. TENIERS II, 12x8,7 and 12,1x9 cm., each w. "D Teniers In. et excud cum privilegio" in the plate below image.

- Fine impressions with ample margins.

= Probably part of a series of peasants, all with similar dimensions, not mentioned in Hollstein.

€ (150-250) 150
71 5480 Boissieu J J de 1736 1810 71 5480 Boissieu J J de 1736 1810
71/5480 Boissieu, J.J. de (1736-1810). "Le Moulin à eau". Etching on chine collé after J. RUYSDAEL, 36x47,5 cm., w. engr. caption and date "1782" below the image.

- Trifle foxed, otherwise fine. = Le Blanc 135.

€ (70-90) 70
71 5481 Bolswert S A  ±1581 1659 71 5481 Bolswert S A ±1581 1659
71 5481 Bolswert S A  ±1581 1659 71 5481 Bolswert S A ±1581 1659
71 5481 Bolswert S A  ±1581 1659 71 5481 Bolswert S A ±1581 1659
71/5481 Bolswert, S.A. (±1581-1659). Iconographia Magni Patris Aurelli Augustini (...). Engraved title-page and twenty-six (of 27) engravings (2x by C. GALLE I), each ±18,4x21,8 cm., numbered in the plate, each w. engr. 2-line caption, all mounted on laid paper, Antw., 1624, together in later hleather album, obl. 4to.

- Broad margins. Lacks plate no.2 (supplied in photostat); a few sm. stains in blank margins.

= Hollstein 202-228.

€ (200-300) 450
71 5482 Bolswert S A  ±1586 1659 71 5482 Bolswert S A ±1586 1659
71 5482 Bolswert S A  ±1586 1659 71 5482 Bolswert S A ±1586 1659
71/5482 Bolswert, S.A. (±1586-1659). Pan playing the flute. Engraving after J. JORDAENS, 31,8x42,5 cm.

- A few tiny marginal tears; tear w. sellotape in upper right corner; browned/ foxed spots.

= Hollstein 285, 1st state (of 3).

AND 4 other engravings, i.a. H. GOLTZIUS, Life of the Virgin (large engraving, 1594, monogrammed/ dated in the plate. Clumsily doubled; browned; a few sm. holes).

€ (100-150) 140
71 5483 Bos C  1506 ±1564  after 71 5483 Bos C 1506 ±1564 after
71/5483 Bos, C. (1506-±1564) (after). (Christ accompanied by a sheep seated by a brook in the mountains). Engraving, 19x12,8 cm., monogrammed and "1593" in the plate.

- Verso traces of former mounting (shining through); old annot. in upper margin; sl. irregularly trimmed.

€ (70-90) 70
71 5484 Boucher F  1703 1770  after 71 5484 Boucher F 1703 1770 after
71/5484 Boucher, F. (1703-1770) (after). (Two studies of a male nude). Two etchings by L. LA RUE, 29,5x38,3 cm., Paris, Huquier, late 18th cent.
€ (50-70) 130
71 5485 Bril P  1554 1626 71 5485 Bril P 1554 1626
71/5485 Bril, P. (1554-1626). (Landscape). Engraving, 19,5x26,3 cm., "P. Bril inven:" and "Sadeler excud:" in the plate, tipped onto mount.

- Some small scratches/ worn spots.

€ (150-250)
71 5486 Brueghel P  1525 1569  after 71 5486 Brueghel P 1525 1569 after
71/5486 Brueghel, P. (1525-1569) (after). Man of War, sailing to the right. Engraving by F. HUYS from the series of 11 war ships, 21,6x29 cm., monogrammed "F.H." and "bruegel" in the plate.

- Trimmed just outside the borderline, with loss of lower plate-margin.

= Hollstein 101, 1st or 2nd state (of 2). Depicted in the sky is the flight of Daedalus and Icarus. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXVII.

€ (1.000-1.500) 3500
71 5487 Buhot F H  1847 1898 71 5487 Buhot F H 1847 1898
71/5487 Buhot, F.-H. (1847-1898). La Cacoletière assise. Etching, 11x16,2 cm., signed "Felix Buhot"in the plate.

= Boucard-Goodfriend 58.

AND 3 other etchings, i.a. 2x by M. LALANNE (both with the collector's mark of A. Barrion (Lugt 76).

€ (100-150) 110
71 5488 Buhot F H  1847 1898 71 5488 Buhot F H 1847 1898
71/5488 Buhot, F.-H. (1847-1898). Debarquement en Angleterre. Etching and drypoint, 30x23 cm., signed "Felix Buhot", "aq.f.1879" and monogrammed in the plate, framed.

- Sl. yellowed. Not examined outside of frame.

= Bourcard/ Goodfriend 130. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXVIII.

€ (500-700) 550
71 5489 Büsinck L  1599/1602 1669 71 5489 Büsinck L 1599/1602 1669
71/5489 Büsinck, L. (1599/1602-1669). The Procuress. Chiaroscuro woodcut printed from 3 blocks, ±1620-1630, 22x33,7 cm.

- Doubled. Old vertical middle-fold; a few small (foxed) spots.

= Stechow 24; Strauss 96: "Wolfgang Stechow discovered that the figure of the old woman in this print corresponds to one in an album of engravings by Crispin van der Passe, entitled Minicarum aliquot facutiarum Icones and published around 1612. This album is based on a series of drawings attributed to the Lorrainian artist Jacques Bellange, depicting scenes from the life of strolling Italian actors." SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXVIII.

€ (400-500) 400
71 5490 Büsinck L  1599/1602 1669 71 5490 Büsinck L 1599/1602 1669
71/5490 Büsinck, L. (1599/1602-1669). St. John the Apostle. Chairoscuro woodcut, in black and shades of brown, 21x16 cm., on contemp. laid paper.

- A few creases; diagonal fold.

= Part of a series of 13 plates, showing Christ and the Apostles. Strauss 81 (erronuously calling him John the Evangelist).

€ (60-80) 190
71 5491 Calame A  1810 1864 71 5491 Calame A 1810 1864
71/5491 Calame, A. (1810-1864). Plantes agrestes pour servir à la composition du paysage. Paris, Cattier, n.d. (1848), 6 tinted lithographs, each ±29x37,5 cm., each signed on the stone, loosely inserted in orig. printed paper portfolio.

- Each lithograph (sl.) foxed in margins. Portfolio duststained and frayed. = Rare.

€ (80-100) 230