AMERICA -- VIERO, Teodoro (1740-1819): "UOMO DELL'INCOLA FLORIDA/Homme de l'Incola Florida" - "RE DELLA FLORIDA nell'America Settentrionale vestito in pompa/Roi de la Floride (…)" - "REGINA DELLA FLORIDA/Reine de la Floride" - "DONNA DELLA FLORIDA/Femme de la Floride" - Venice, (c. 1789). 4 plain engr./etchings. 280 x 200 mm each. Portraits of indigenous people of Florida. From: 'Racçolta di Stampe che representano Figure e Abiti di varie Nazione', (Venice, 1783-1791). -- Added: 14 engr. views taken from Moubach's 'Naaukeurige beschryving der uitwendige godtsdienst-plichten, (…)', dep. religious customs of indigenous people of Florida and Virginia. (Amst., 1727-38). Plain black engr. views on 9 folio lvs. -- And 3 o. (16).
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ARCHITECTURE -- VREDEMAN de VRIES, (Jan), after. (Antw., H. Cock, 1565). Set of 20 (of 22) engr. plates by Joannes and Lucas van Doetecum from 'Das ander Buech'. Each plate approx. 300 x 235 mm, sheets 350 x 285 mm. (Traces of former hinging on v°, 1 plate rep., some faint stains in places).
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ASTRONOMY -- "COSMOGRAPHY EPITOMISED, in six copper plate delineations". By S. Dunn (Lond., 1786). Lond., Laurie & Whittle, 1794. 6 engr. plates (w. mezzotint). Paper size: 465 x 587 mm, image size: 373 x 550 mm. (A few foxing spots, else fine). -- Added: Introduction (20 pp.) to S. Dunn's 'A new Atlas of the mundane system' (1800).
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BARA/BARRA, Johan (1581-1634). "Fit supplex veniamque petit veniamque reportat a patre vera salus non aliunde venit". (B. Camoix excud.), 1598. Etching. 238 x 290 mm. Hinged to mount and under passepartout. (Margins cut close to/on plate edge, 3 splits in lower margin professionally rep., circular purple stamp on v°).
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BAUER, Marius Alexander Jacques (1867-1932). ("Begrafenis aan den Ganges"). (1904). Plain etching. 560 x 985 mm. Signed in pencil. (Traces of former framing on r° and v°, foxed/browned (though this is hardly visible in the image), small scratch in upper outer left part of image).
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BAUER, Marius Alexander Jacques (1867-1932). ("De trap van de Vrijdag Moskee te Delhi"). 1899. Plain etching, printed on Japanese paper. 547 x 665 mm. Signed in pencil and in the plate, dated in the plate. (Some cracks in paper visible in places, but in very good condition).
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EDICT OF AMBOISE -- "LA PAIX FAITE EN L'ISLE AUX BŒUFS pres Orleans, le 13. Mars 1563". (N.pl., n.d. (c. 1570)). Plain etched representation of the peace negotiations at Amboise, with a view of Orléans in the background. 317 x 491 mm. (Laid down, a bit worn and soiled/stained).
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ESCHER, M.C. (1898-1972). ("Fiumara (van Stilo), Calabria"). October 1930. Lithograph on cream paper. 227 x 299 mm. (Paper size: 298 x 377 mm). Monogrammed & dated in the block. Signed & numb. "32/40" in pencil. Hinged to acid free passepartout. (Signature cut out and repositioned for some reason, lower left corner gone (cut to plate edge, replaced by Japanese paper 40 x 78 mm), tiny holes/glue marks in margins due to previous framing, marg. annot., browned).
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ESCHER, M.C. (1898-1972). ("Pentedattilo (Panorama), Calabria"). January 1931. Woodcut on cream paper. 321 x 232 mm. (Paper size 342 x 268 mm). Monogrammed & dated in the block. Signed in pencil. Tipped in on acid free mount. (Upper right blank corner rep., margins trimmed, signature cut out and repositioned for some reason, tiny pinhole in upper left corner, crease in right blank margin, original price faintly visible in lower blank margin, a few foxing spots in places (espec. in blank margin)).
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ESCHER, M.C. (1898-1972). ("Pentedattilo, Calabria"). December 1930. Woodcut on cream paper. 323 x 236 mm. (Paper size: 341 x 262 mm). Monogrammed & dated in the block. Signed in pencil. Tipped in on acid free mount.(Margins trimmed, signature cut out and repositioned for some reason, tiny pinholes in upper corners, upper margin slightly creased, annot. of some kind in right outer margin, some unobtrusive foxing).
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ESCHER, M.C. (1898-1972). ("Rossano, Calabria"). February 1931. Woodcut on cream paper. 240 x 309 mm. (Paper size: 268 x 340 mm). Monogrammed & dated in the block. Signed in pencil. Tipped in on acid free mount. (Margins trimmed, signature cut out and repositioned for some reason, tiny pinholes in upper corners (right one rep.), some creasing in upper margin, some annot. vaguely visible in lower blank margin, few foxing spots).
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HOFMANN, Ludwig v. (1861-1945). (3 horses, one drinking, and 3 (young) naked men, one on horseback). N.d. Plain lithograph printed on (slightly age-toned) handmade paper (watermark 'Germania'?), signed by the artist in pencil and annotated "Probedruck" (proof). 313 x 242 mm (image size). Older framing & glazing, unexamined out of frame.
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"LA PÖESIE", "LA MUSIQUE", "LES MATHEMATIQUES", "L'ASTRONOMIE", "LA SCULPTURE". (Amst.?, G. Valck, c.). 5 allegorical engrs. depicting putti carrying out these five disciplines. c. 135/140 x 150/160 mm. Each hinged to mount and under passepartout. (A few tiny foxing spots).
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LINSCHOTEN, HUYGEN VAN. Collection of 5 engraved plates by Joh. & Bapt. v. Doetecom from the 'Itinerario'. (Amsterdam, c. 1600). All in an old handcolouring. Image size c. 250 x 320 mm. (Repaired on fold on v°, 1 margin partly renewed, some o. small defects, margins stained in places).
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MARITIME SCENES -- CARIBBEAN -- "TO SIR GEORGE POCKOCK, Knight of the Bath and Admiral of the Blue Squadron of his Majesty's Fleet, on the Expedition against the Havannah in 1762, This Perspective view of the Harbour (…) is most humbly Inscribed by his devoted humble servant Philip Orsbridge". (Lond.), R. Wilkinson & R. Sayer, (n.d., c. 1765). Etched plain view by P.C. Canot after D. Serres/P. Orsbridge. 460 x 642 mm. (Fully margined, clean, clear image, 6 marginal splits).
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MARITIME SCENES -- "DE HOLLANDSCHE EN ENGELSE FLOTT in de Schlagt Ordre voor het Zeetreffen op Doggersbank, geschied den 5. August. 1781" - "HET ZEE-TREFFE op Dogersbank, tussen de Hollandse en Engelse Flottes" - "DE HOLLANDSE EN ENGELSE FLOTTE na de Schlagt van Doggersbank" - "DE SCHLAGT tussen de Hollandse Fregatte de Castor, en la Briele (…)" - Augsburg, Probst, n.d. (c. 1790). 4 engr. views, cold. by hand. (All fully margined, 3rd mentioned w. some staining in image, but all in fine condition).
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MARITIME SCENES -- "THE BOMBARDMENT AND CAPTURE OF St. Jean d'Acre". London, Colnaghi & Puckle, (1841). Fine plain aquatint view on the harbour front of Acre (Syria) after a drawing by J.F. Warre by R.G. & A.W. Reeve. 480 x 690 mm. (A bit age-toned, some splits in blank margin, but in good condition).
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MARITIME SCENES -- "VAISSEAU du troisième rang a la Voille". N.pl., 1785. Etched view of a three-master w. full sails by (?) Randon. 370 x 480 mm. -- Added: "AFBEELDINGE in wat manier de Silver Vloot vanden Generael Pieter Pietersen Heyn veroovert is anno 1628". (c. 1651). Engr. view of the Bahía de Matanzas (Cuba). 280 x 363 mm. FM 1595. -- And 1 o. (portr. of De Ruyter by Blotelingh). (3).
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SLAVERY -- "SLAVE TRADE. Lo! the poor Captive with distraction wild. Views his dear Partner torn from his embrace! A diff'rent Captain buys his Wife and Child. What time can from his Soul such ills erase?" Lond., 1791. Cont. handcoloured mezzotint by J.R. Smith after George Morland. 500 x 685 mm. Laid down on cardboard. (Lower captions partly touched up in black ink, margins a bit stained/soiled (partly due to previous framing), a bit browned).
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SLAVERY -- "SLAVE TRADE. Lo! the poor Captive with distraction wild. Views his dear Partner torn from his embrace! A diff'rent Captain buys his Wife and Child. What time can from his Soul such ills erase?" Lond., 1791. Cont. plain mezzotint by J.R. Smith after George Morland. 480 x 655 mm. (Completely remargined (upper new margin torn), captions partly touched up in black ink).
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TOOROP, Jan (1858-1928). "Paul Verlaine [écrivant]. 'Hélène-Villa' - La Haye. Nov. 1892". Drypoint etching by Ph.Zilcken after a drawing by Toorop. 390 x 280 mm. Signed in the plate by Toorop (twice) and by Zilcken. Framed, glazed and under acid-free passepartout. (Unexamined out of frame, surface of image a bit chafed in upper margin, age-toning, but apparently in good condition).
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UNIVERSITY -- GRONINGEN -- "OMLANDIA". 1937. Linocut by Jan Beins and Derk Heero Schortinghuis to commemorate 100 years Omlandia, a sub-division of the Groningen student society Vindicat Atque Polit. 390 x 510 mm. Under (acid free) passepartout. -- "Het Corps gaat door de tijd als trouwe wachter (…)". (Gron., Private circulation (style of H.N. Werkman?)), 1939. So-called 'Rijmprent' for members of Vindicat Atque Polit with woodcut in green and black surounding the text. 500 x 355 mm. (Margins a bit frayed). -- (2).
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UNIVERSITY -- LEIDEN -- ("ALMANAKPRENTEN". Leiden), Somerwil, Trap, etc., 1861-78. Collection of 11 (partly tinted) lithogr., incl. 2 duplicates. Diff. sizes. Loose as issued, but 1 laid down on mount and 4 hinged to mount. (Folds visible, some minor foxing, some wear and tear in places, but in general in reasonable condition). -- And 6 o., incl. 5 posters. (17).
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UNIVERSITY -- LEIDEN -- "OPTOGT VAN H.H. STUDENTEN der Leijdsche Hoogeschool voorstellende den optogt van Floris V met de pas geslagen St. Jacobsridders (…) gehouden den 8sten Februarij 1845". Leijden, C.A. v. Immerseel Mounier, 1845. Plain lithogr. by H.J. Backer representing a procession in 5 rows, above which a floating Minerva, below a chain of office around a Minerva image, and arabesques on the outer sides. 525 x 700 mm. Framed, glazed and under passepartout. (Unexamined out of frame, but apparently in very good condition).
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UNIVERSITY -- LEIDEN -- "STUDENTEN SOCIETEIT "MINERVA" 1874". (Leiden, P. Somerwil, c. 1874). Fine plain lithogr. by and after (photographs by) J.C. Greive depicting the interior of the 'Old' Club Minerva with students reading, playing cards and billiards, etc. 495 x 675 mm. (Recently framed and glazed). -- Added: "SOCIETEIT MINERVA van de H.H. Studenten te Leyden Gezien op het Rapenburg". [Leiden, F. Desterbecq, n.d. (c. 1840)]. Partially cold. lithogr. after M. Mourot in decorative border representing i.a. the portrait of William I of Orange. 345 x 427 mm. Older framing, glazed and under passepartout. (Address invisible/gone (?), a bit browned, tear visible in lower margin, unexamined out of frame). -- (2).
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UNIVERSITY -- UTRECHT -- "HERINNERING aan het tweede eeuwfeest d. Utrechtsche Hoogeschool". Rott., (etc.), A. Collings & v.d. Hout/Caramelli & Co., 1836. W. lithogr. ti. & 6 fine plain lithogr. views of the festivities within alternating tinted lithogr. borders by H. v. Hove, 560 x 400 mm (sheet size). Fol. Or. printed wrps. (Edges of owrps. a bit frayed & curled, a bit dustsoiled, but a good copy).
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VOS, M. de (1532-1603) (after). Collection of plates taken from "Solitudo sive vitae patrum Eremicolarum". "Oraculum anachoreticum". "Sylvae sacrae". "Solitudo, sive vitae foeminarum anachoritarum". (Paris, from 1606). W. 4 engr. title-pages and 81 engr. plates after Maarten de Vos, by Jan and Raphael Sadeler (the last series by Adriaen Collaert), all w. Latin captions. 8°-obl. In 19th c. brds. bind. (All plates with captions written in German (in an old hand) beneath Latin captions, upper margin first ti. cut short (touching plate), a few plates with ink stains, a bit thumbed/soiled in places).
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ZILCKEN, Charles Louis Philip (1857-1930). "Primavera". Etching after a painting by M. Maris. 520 x 342 mm. Signed in pencil and w. dedication - also in pencil - to Lucy d'Audretsch, dated 1914. Framed, glazed and under passepartout. (Unexamined out of frame, some light foxing marks in places, but in very good condition).
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