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GENEVA

GENEVA

Alexandre FAIZAN (1791-1871).

Vue de Genève. Circa. 1820/30.

Original coloured etching with aquatint. The outer line in black pen.

Engraved title and signature on lower margin: Faizan.

46 x 67 cm. Gold frame.


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PIERRE-SAMUEL-LOUIS JOYEUX

PIERRE-SAMUEL-LOUIS JOYEUX

(La Tour-de-Peilz 1749 - 1818 Vevey)

Mit Friedrich-Georg WEXELBERG (1745 - circa 1820). Le Château de Chillon.

Watercoloured etching. The outer line in black pen.

33 x 50 cm. Gold frame.


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ZURICH

ZURICH

Bartholomé FEHR (St. Gallen 1747-1811).

Vûe et environs de la Ville de Zuric pris de l'Hotel de l'Epée. Circa 1790.

Original coloured etching. The outer line in black pen.

Engraved inscription on lower right margin: chez J.P.Fehr et Comp.

25 x 42 cm. Gold frame.


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SIGISMOND FREUDENBERGER

SIGISMOND FREUDENBERGER

(1745 Bern 1802)

Les Soins maternels.

Original coloured etching on firm laid paper. The outer line in black pen.

17.5 x 23 cm (sheet size: 22.5 x 30 cm).


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SIGISMOND FREUDENBERGER

SIGISMOND FREUDENBERGER

(1745 Bern 1802)

La Balanceuse.

Original coloured etching.

Engraved signature below the image to the left: S. Freudenberger fecit.

19 x 14.7 cm (sheet size: 26 x 21 cm).


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WEST SWITZERLAND, MAP

WEST SWITZERLAND, MAP

Henri MALLET (1727-1811).

Carte de la Suisse Romande qui comprend le Pays de Vaud et le gouvernement d'Aigle, dépendant du canton de Berne : divisés en leurs bailliages où l'on a distingué ceux qui appartiennent au canton de Fribourg et ceux qui sont possedés en commun par ces deux républiques ainsi que les états et pays adjacents / levée géométriquement ... par le S. H. Mallet. 1781.

Partly coloured copper engraved map over 8 mounted sheets.

136 x 109 cm. Framed.


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ARTHUR CROFT

ARTHUR CROFT

(1828 - 1893)

View of the Matterhorn.

Watercolour.

Signed and dated lower right in black pen: Arthur Croft 1872.

76 x 53 cm (visible dimensions). Gold frame.


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JOHANN JAKOB WOLFENSBERGER

JOHANN JAKOB WOLFENSBERGER

(1797-1850)

View from the area of Hottingen.

Watercolour.

Signed lower left "Wolfensberger".

38.8 x 26.5 cm.


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LONDON - MAP OF THE CITY

LONDON - MAP OF THE CITY

John ROCQUE (circa 1709-1762) and Richard PARR.

Accurata Descriptio URBIUM LONDINENSIS et WESTMONASTERIENSIS, nec non MUNICIPII SOUTHWARK- / ENSIS, et universæ REGIONIS ad decem ferè undique Millia passuum, incepta Anno 1741 et absoluta Anno 1745 IOANNE ROCQUIS Topographo. An Exact Survey of the CITY'S of LONDON, / WESTMINSTER y.e Borough of SOUTH.W.ARK and the // COUNTRY NEAR TEN MILES ROUND BEGUN IN 1741 & ENDED IN 1745 / BY JOHN ROCQUE LAND SURVEYOR & ENGRAU'D BY RICHARD PARR. CARTE Topographique des VILLES de LONDRES et de WESTMINSTER, du BOURG de SOUTHWARK, / et de Leurs Environs Levè tres exactement sur les lieux par JEAN ROCQUE en 1741, et finis en 1745. Publiè en 1746, selon une Acte de Parlement To the Right Honourable / Richard Boyle, / Earl of Burlington & Cork, Viscount Dungarvon / Baron Clifford of Lanesborough and Baron Boyle of Donghall, / One of his Majesty's most honorable Privy Council, / And Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter. / this Map is humbly Dedicated by / His Lordships, / Most obedient and / humble Servant / J: Rocque. [sheet IX: 5e & sheet VIII: 1e] Published by J. Rocque According to Act of Parliament Feb.y 13.th 1744. Next y.e Duke of Graftons Head Hide Park Corner. / Where may be had the Plans of the large Survey of London, Bristol, Exeter, Lyon, and of some Noblemens Gardens &c. by y.e said J. Rocque. Publish'd 29.th of April according to Act of Parliament by John Rocque 1746.

Original coloured copper engraved map over 16 mounted sheets.

Individual maps each ca. 50 x 62 cm. Full size ca.190 x 260 cm. Gold frame.


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Circle of ABRAHAM-LOUIS-RODOLPHE DUCROS

Circle of ABRAHAM-LOUIS-RODOLPHE DUCROS

(Yverdon-les-Bains 1748 - 1810 Lausanne)

View of the Colosseum with figures

Pen in grey and watercolour, on firm wove paper.

64 x 95 cm (visible dimensions). In old gold frame.


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LUCAS CRANACH the Elder

LUCAS CRANACH the Elder

(Kronach 1472 - 1553 Weimar)

A Saxon prince on a boar hunt. Circa 1507.

Woodcut.

Monogrammed lower right in block: LC.

17.7 x 12.5 cm. Framed.


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LUCAS CRANACH the elder

LUCAS CRANACH the elder

(Kronach 1472 - 1553 Weimar)

Noble couple riding out to hunt, 1506.

Woodcut.

Monogrammed lower right in block: LC.

18 x 12.5 cm. Framed.


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HANS WECHTLIN

HANS WECHTLIN

(Strassburg, circa 1485 - after 1520)

Christ on the Mount of Olives, 1508.

Woodcut on laid paper with watermark: Hand.

Old inscription in brown pen on upper edge of sheet (not identified)

21.1 x 16.5 cm (sheet size): 29 x 20.4 cm). Framed.


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LUCAS VAN LEYDEN

LUCAS VAN LEYDEN

(1494 Leyden 1533)

The return of the prodigal son. Circa 1510.

Copper engraving.

Engraved monogram on lower margin to the right: L.

18.3 x 24.3 cm. Framed.


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COPYIST TO  ALBRECHT DÜRER

COPYIST TO ALBRECHT DÜRER

(1479 Nuremberg 1528)

Frederic the Wise, Elector of Saxony. 1524.

Copper engraving.

18.8 x 12.4 cm. Continuous gilt script in the black frame: D. Fridr Duci Saxon S R Imp. Archim Electori Delin Albertus Durer MDXXIIII.


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ALBRECHT DÜRER

ALBRECHT DÜRER

(1471 Nuremberg 1528)

1. The life of the Virgin (1502-1511); 2. The large passion; 3. The Apocalypse. Latin text editions from 1511. The three complete series bound in one book.

A total of 48 woodcuts.

All sheets monogrammed in the block, individually dated.

Bound into one book, with vellum binding, circa 1900 with black embossed title on spine (old signature mark on spine). Book size: 59 x 46 cm.


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ALBRECHT DÜRER

ALBRECHT DÜRER

(1471 Nuremberg 1528)

Christ on the cross. Sheet 8 of the Large Passion woodcut. Circa 1498.

Woodcut.

Monogrammed centre bottom in the block: AD.

39.2 x 28.2 cm (sheet size). Framed.


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ALBRECHT DÜRER

ALBRECHT DÜRER

(1471 Nuremberg 1528)

Adoration of the Virgin. Circa 1502. Sheet 20 of the series: The Life of the Virgin.

Woodcut on laid paper with watermark: coat of arms with lily with crown (Meder 122).

31 x 22 cm (full size).


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ALBRECHT DÜRER

ALBRECHT DÜRER

(1471 Nuremberg 1528)

The horsemen of the apocalypse, circa 1497/98. Sheet 5 of the series: The Apocalypse.

Woodcut on laid paper with watermark: flower with triangle (Meder 127).

Monogrammed in the centre in the block: AD.

39 x 27.5 cm. Framed.


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ALBRECHT DÜRER

ALBRECHT DÜRER

(1472 Nuremberg 1528)

Mary with the sceptre and crown of stars, 1516.

Copper engraving.

Engraved monogram lower left: AD.

11.7 x 7.3 cm. Framed.


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HENDRIK GOLTZIUS

HENDRIK GOLTZIUS

(Muhlbrecht neari Venloo 1558 - 1617 Haarlem)

Marcus Curtius on horseback, 1586. From the series: Roman heroes

Copper engraving on laid paper with watermark: crowned coat of arms with Fleur de Lis.

Engraved number within the image lower left: 4; monogrammed (ligature): HG fecit.

37 x 24.1 cm.


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REMBRANDT HARMENSZ VAN RIJN

REMBRANDT HARMENSZ VAN RIJN

(Leiden 1606 - 1669 Amsterdam)

Jan Uytenbogaert, preacher of the Remonstrants. 1635.

Etching on laid paper with watermark: cap and bells (fragment)

22.3 x 17.7 cm (the upper half cut to the outer line).


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REMBRANDT HARMENSZ VAN RIJN

REMBRANDT HARMENSZ VAN RIJN

(Leiden 1606 - 1669 Amsterdam)

The tribute money. 1635.

Etching.

7.3 x 10.4 cm.


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REMBRANDT HARMENSZ VAN RIJN

REMBRANDT HARMENSZ VAN RIJN

(Leiden 1606 - 1669 Amsterdam)

Jan Uytenbogaert, preacher of the Remonstranten. 1635.

Etching.

Engraved signature and date on upper margin: Rembrandt f. 1635.

23.5 x 18.8 cm (sheet size).


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REMBRANDT HARMENSZ VAN RIJN

REMBRANDT HARMENSZ VAN RIJN

(Leiden 1606 - 1669 Amsterdam)

Two male nudes. In the background: Woman with playpen. Circa 1646.

Etching.

19.4 x 13 cm.


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