AUCTION RESULTS FROM AUCTION 345, 9-10 mei/May 2017
Topographical Prints & Drawings, lot numbers 1020-1038

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COLLECTION of engraved views of Greece (for the greater part), Italy and Malta. 17th-18th c. 34 engr. views. Diff. sizes.
estimate EUR 80
result EUR 300
For the greater part illustrations from Dapper's 'Naukeurige beschryving Van Morea'.
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GELDER, Dirk van (1907-1990). '8 houtgravures van Zeeland'. 's-Grav., Drukkerij Trio, n.d. (c. 1951). Introd. leaf in 3 languages and 8 very fine wood-engr. views of Zeeland in various sizes (largest sheet size 160/170 x 280/290 mm; smallest 160 x 230 mm), loose as issued. All signed in pencil and monogrammed, captioned and dated in the block. All tipped in under passepartout. In or. clothbacked clamshell portfol. (Ex- and interior of portfol. unfortunately partly a bit stained, not affecting the plates).
estimate EUR 600
result EUR 550
Executed by the request of the Dutch Province of Zeeland and comprising views on 'Zoutelande', 'Veere', 'Veerse gat', 'Kreek "De Vogel"', 'Kloosterzande', 'Kasteel Moermond', 'Zierikzee' and 'Kloetinge'. Printed in 125 copies only. Very rare, only 1 complete copy in NCC. - Adam, (e.a.). Dirk van Gelder. Oeuvrecat. v.d. grafiek, H120.
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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' Society with students reading, playing cards and billiards, etc. 495 x 675 mm. (Margins dam. in places, 1 tear running into image, some minor foxing, but on the whole in good condition).
estimate EUR 200
result EUR 340
Printed by Tresling & Co. at Amsterdam. Muller, 7493a. Rare.
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LEIDEN SIEGE & RELIEF -- 'EIN WUNDER UBER ALL WUNDER IST HIE ZU SEHEN, zu Land und Meer, ()'. Anno Dm 1573 III Octobris. (Braun & Hogenberg, c. 1576). Engr. bird's eye view of the flooded polders south of Leiden, the fleeing Spanish troops and the arrival of the 'geuzen' or protestant troops. 220 x 295 mm. Tipped in on mount. Van Overvoorde, 3927. -- Added: 'FAMES'. N.d. (Orlers, c. 1614). Fine engr. by W. de Haen of an interior showing the victims of the famine during the Siege of Leiden. 166 x 274 mm. Tipped in on mount. (Margins short). -- 'JAVEH'. N.d. (Orlers, c. 1614). Fine engr. by W. de Haen of a thanksgiving meeting after the relief of Leiden. 165 x 260 mm. Tipped in on mount. (Margins short). -- And 9 'similar', incl. 4 different portraits of Pieter Adrianus van der Werf. (13).
estimate EUR 170

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MAAS -- PASKAERTE VAN HET INKOOMEN VAN DE MAES, Tot aen 't Eylandt Roosenburg (). Amst., J. v. Keulen, n.d. (=last quarter 17th c.). Engr. map on 2 sheets w. 4 cartouches, 1 allegorical representation of Neptune standing in a horse drawn chariot and 2 compass roses, cold. by hand. 500 x 550 mm each. Both under passepartout (not conjoined), glazed and nicely framed.
estimate EUR 800
result EUR 1.300
Chart of the river Maas from the entrance down to the Biesbosch, including the towns of Den Briel, Vlaardingen, Dordrecht, Rotterdam, Schiedam, Willemstad, Hellevoetsluis, etc. In fine condition, uninspected out of frame - Koeman IV, 325 (66 & 67).
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MAAS/ROTTERDAM -- AFBEELDINGE VAN DE MAES VAN DE STADT ROTTERDAM tot in zee, met de aengelege steden, en plaetsen, sanden, drooghten, en goersen, soo als die tegen woordigh bevaren wert. Int licht gebracht door J. Quacq post meester der stadt Rotterdam. (Rott.), 1665. Etching/engr. by J. v. Geel on 4 conjoined sheets w. allegorical representation of Neptune and large cartouche in the right outer corner, in cont. colouring. Total size 495 x 1420 mm. Framed, glazed and under passepartout. (Three unobtrusive small holes visible on the connection between the two outer right sheets, uninspected out of frame).
estimate EUR 3.000
result EUR 2.500
Very rare and very decorative map in its first state, published for the postal service (Jacob Quack was postmaster of Rotterdam) and as such nicknamed "Maaskaart van Quack". - Werner III:11-13; Donkersloot-de Vrij 769b I; Koeman II, C&M 11 (295 & 296).
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RIVER MAPS -- MERWEDE -- DE RIVIER DE MERWEDE van even boven het dorp Sleeuwyk () en Loevesteyn, etc. (c. 1730). Engr. map (1 of 3) by D. Koster after N. Cruquius. 540 x 650 mm. Van den Brink, De Hollandse Rivierkartografie, p. 53-54. -- Added: 4 cold. drawings relating to the possiblity of polder draining by means of steam power (vicinity Alblasserwaard). Early 19th c. 50/63 x 62/100 cm. (Margins a bit dam. in places). -- (5).
estimate EUR 80
result EUR 130

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ROTTERDAM -- CLAUS, J.J. Plattegrond der gemeente Rotterdam. Rott., P.M. Bazendijk, 1898. Cold. lithogr. map of Rotterdam. 97 x 121 cm. Laid down on linen in 15 parts. (A few stains in upper margin, slightly browned, espec. on folds). - Rare.
estimate EUR 150

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ROTTERDAM -- ROTERODAMUM HOLLANDIAE in ostio Roteri flu. Opp. Magni illius Desiderii Erasmi Patria. (Cologne, Braun & Hogenberg, c. 1617). Engr. plan of the city in bird's eye perspective, cold. by hand. 285 x 395 mm. Framed, glazed and under passepartout.
estimate EUR 300
result EUR 200
Uninspected out of frame, but in fine condition.
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ROTTERDAM -- VUE ET PERSPECTIVE E LA BOURSE, Le Gapers Brug et le Sud et le Nord Blaak ()/GEZIGT VAN DE BEURS, Gapers Brug, te zien na de Zuid en Noord Blaak te Rotterdam. N.pl., n.d. (c. 1740). Engr. view by J.F. Lindenberg (?) on 2 conjoined sheets, cold. by hand. Total size 580 x 970 mm. Framed, glazed and under passepartout. (Slightly browned, uninspected out of frame).
estimate EUR 500
result EUR 650
Stadsarchief Rotterdam, inv. nr. 4080, mentioning Lindenberg as "vervaardiger". Very rare, not in Rot. Illustratum.
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ROTTERDAM. (Amst.), J. Blaeu, (1649). Engr. view of the city in bird's eye perspective, cold. by hand. 420 x 535 mm. Framed, glazed and under passepartout. (Uninspected out of frame, but in fine condition and colouring).
estimate EUR 700
result EUR 750

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ROTTERDAM. (Frankf./M., M. Merian, c. 1646). Engr. plan of the city in bird's eye perspective, cold. by hand. 285 x 360 mm. Framed, glazed and under passepartout. (Uninspected out of frame, but apparently in good condition).
estimate EUR 180
result EUR 180

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SCHELDE, DE, van Vlissingen tot Antwerpen. Opgenomen in 1890-1891. Herzien in 1900 van Vlissingen tot de belgische grens door () E. de Haan. Uitg. d.h. Ministerie van Marine, Afdeeling Hydrographie. 1:50.000. 's-Grav., 1892. Steel-engr. map by E. Tuyn w. inset. 660 x 1213 mm. (Surface a bit soiled in places, but in good condition).
estimate EUR 150
result EUR 180

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UTRECHT -- TRAIECTUM vernacule WTTRECHT. (Amst., J. Blaeu, c. 1650). Engr. plan of the city in bird's eye perspective, cold. by hand. 380 x 500 mm. Framed, glazed and under passepartout. (W. vertical central fold, uninspected out of frame, in fine condition).
estimate EUR 500
result EUR 700
The legend engraved in the plate underneath the plan numbered 1-54 in stead of 1-61 as in later states (not mentioned by Donkersloot-de Vrij, Kaarten v. Utrecht, 14).
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UTRECHT -- TRAIECTUM/WTRECHT. (Amst., J.J. v. Waesberge, 1682). Engr. plan of the city in bird's eye perspective underneath a profile view of the city by Joh. v.d. Aveele, cold. by hand. 415 x 500 mm. Recently framed, glazed and under double passepartout. (Uninspected out of frame, discold. along central vertical fold).
estimate EUR 300
result EUR 450
Donkersloot-de Vrij, Kaarten v. Utrecht, 16-II: "Aan de kaart werd de aardige decoratie van het buitenhuis met koets, ruiters, jachthonden enzovoorts (rechtsonder) toegevoegd, ()".
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UTRECHT -- URBIS TRAIECTI AD RHENUM novissima & accuratissima delineatio (). (Amst.), R. & J. Ottens, n.d. (between 1725 and 1750). Engr. plan of the city in bird's eye perspective by J. v. Vianen w. 2 large cartouches in upper corners, of which 1 ornated w. numerous coats of arms, cold. by hand. 490 x 575 mm. Framed, glazed and under passepartout. (Uninspected out of frame, but in fine condition).
estimate EUR 600
result EUR 650
Very attractive plan of Utrecht. 2nd state. Donkersloot-de Vrij, Kaarten v. Utrecht, 20-II.
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UTRECHT -- UTRECH. (Paris, Jollain exc., 1672). Engr. profile view of the city w. inset plan ('Plan d'Utrech') in upper right corner w. 5 line caption in Latin and French engr. in the plate, cold. by hand. 360 x 520 mm. Framed, glazed and under passepartout. (Trifle browned, uninspected out of frame, but apparently in fine condition).
estimate EUR 500
result EUR 750
Very rare. The caption referring to the 'liberation' of the town by the troops of Louis XIV in 1672. Donkersloot-de Vrij, Kaarten v. Utrecht, 18.
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UTRECHT -- UTRECHT ÆRTSBISDOM. 'A.D. Viana F(ecit) 1598'. Cold. bird's eye perspective view of the city w. profile view, as seen from the east and from the west in upper and lower margin. 19th c. reprint. 375 x 500 mm. Framed, glazed and under passepartout.
estimate EUR 100
result EUR 80
Donkersloot-de Vrij, 8.
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UTRECHT -- UTRECHT, Capitale de la Province du même nom. Leiden, P. v.d. Aa, n.d. (c. 1729). Engr. profile view of the city w. men on horseback in the foreground, cold. by hand. 350 x 425 mm. Framed, glazed and under passepartout. (W. central vertical fold, uninspected out of frame, in good condition). From: Galérie agréable du monde, 1729. -- Added: St. SERVAAS TOREN en de daar bij gelegen gebouwen te Utrecht. (Utr.), 1817. Colour etching by F.C. Dietrich after C. v. Hardenberg. 380 x 430 mm. Framed, glazed and under passepartout. -- And 1 o. of U., also framed. (3).
estimate EUR 180
result EUR 180

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