5388 - 5863 FINE ARTS - GRAPHIC ART, 16th-19th CENTURY
- Browned and some foxing in margins.
AND 5 others, i.a. an etching by F. BRACQUEMOND after J. COROT and 4 etchings by A. APPIAN.
- Yellowed/ sl. foxed; tipped onto mount.
= With collector's stamps of i.a. Jules Gerbau (in lower right corner) (Lugt 1166).
AND 1 other etching.
- Sl. yellowed/ trifle foxed. = Hollstein and Filedt Kok 55.
- Foxed, brown stains and rubbed spots (w. manuscript additions in pencil); doubled w. thin Japanse, repairing thin spots and (sm.) tears; cut on the borderline; tipped onto mount along upper margin. Sold w.a.f.
= Hollstein and Filedt Kok 70.
- Sl. grey impression and trimmed inside the borderline. Doubled.
= Hollstein 31, probably the 3rd and final state.
- Ample margins trifle frayed and foxed and w. a few creases; vague horizontal fold.
= First state before the letters.
= For a large part after paintings of Dutch artists. Including a few anonymous prints. I.a. early lithographs (±1815-1830) by J.C. van Pappelendam, J. Cogels, J.J. Nahuijs (printed by Houtman, Utrecht), H.W. Plaatzer van de Hull, Bruno van Straaten, Cornelis de Kruyff (publ. Portman & Willink van den Bosch), P. Lauters, monogrammist T.C. (publ. by Gebr. Portman), W. de Klerk Jr. (publ. by Steuerwald & Comp.), A. van der Koogh (publ. by Steuerwald & comp.), J. Kobell III, B.C. Koekkoek, H.F. Wiertz, J.D. Steuerwald, G.J. Michaëlis, A.W. Nieuwenhuijsen.
- Sl. dustst./ waterst.; some old vague folds/ handling creases; a few small closed tears, 1x in the image.
= 301 Lithoos 1802-1981 no.3. In 1806/07 J.G. Vollweiler took over the rights to the process from André and re-issued the original twelve specimens along with 24 new subjects.
- Foxed; left and right blank margin sl. irregularly trimmed; handling creases; small marginal tears.
= 301 Lithoos 1802-1981 no.2. Very early lithograph, published in Specimens of Polyautography, published in 1803 by Philipp André.
= Early lithograph, Winkler 619.
- Foxed/ partly dustsoiled; waterst. in lower (blank) margin.
- A few small closed tears in margins; some vague handling creases and verso some soiling. = Very early lithograph.
- Tiny hole; yellowed. = Winkler 831.34
Bachmayr, D. (1769-1843). "Maximilian Joseph Koenig von Baiern". Lithograph after L.H.C. GEYER, 41,5x30,9 cm. (incl. title), signed "DBachmayr 1819" and "Geyer" on the stone.
- Sl. foxed, mostly in margins. = Rare lithograph incunable. Winkler 033.12.
= Mainly showing the scenery, landscapes, buildings and interiors in relation to the costumes.
- Vague old horizontal fold.