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La Jungfrau, Vue de la Petite Scheideck. (Canton de Berne.)
La Jungfrau, Vue de la Petite Scheideck. (Canton de Berne.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 25.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.r Avril 1860. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Repaired tears on margins, some colour stains in sky.
A view of the Jungfrau, one of the summits of the Bernese Alps, seen from the Kleine Scheidegg mountain pass. Plate 25 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59063]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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L'Eiger. (Canton de Berne.)
L'Eiger. (Canton de Berne.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 43.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.er Avril 1861. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 570 x 400mm (22½ x 15¾"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins.
A view of the Eiger, in the Canton of Bern, with tourists walking on the mountain river bank. Plate 43 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59040]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Grindelwald. (Canton de Berne).
Grindelwald. (Canton de Berne). La Suisse et la Savoie. 3.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.er Avril 1860 [-1865]. Paris, Londres. Berlin ... Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, large margins. A little scuffing, repaired tears in bottom margin below publication line & top above title.
A view of Grindelwald, with the Wetterhorn and the end of the Upper Grindelwald Glacier. Plate 3 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 58926]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Martigny. (Canton du Valais.)
Martigny. (Canton du Valais.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 40.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.er Avril 1861. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Slightly scuffed top left. Pinhole in building on left.
A view of Martigny, in the Canton of Valais. Plate 40 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59042]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Glacier des Bossons. Chamonix (Savoie).
Glacier des Bossons. Chamonix (Savoie). La Suisse et la Savoie. 15.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.er Avril 1860 [-1865]. Paris, Londres. Berlin ... Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, large margins. A little scuffing, a colour mark in image.
Bossons Glacier, in the Mont Blac massif, with tourists walking on the moraine. Plate 15 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 58925]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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Glacier de Rosenlaui. (Canton de Berne.)
Glacier de Rosenlaui. (Canton de Berne.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 5.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.er Avril 1859. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 570 x 400mm (22½ x 15¾"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Slightly scuffed, nick and tear on right margin
A view of the Glacier of Rosenlaui, in the Canton of Berne, with people crossing the moraine and the glacier. Plate 5 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59048]   £290.00   (£348.00 incl.VAT)
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Montreux. (Canton de Vaud.)
Montreux. (Canton de Vaud.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 26.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.er 8.bre 1859. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Some spots.
A view of Montreux and Lake Geneva, in the Canton of Vaud. Plate 26 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59050]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Le Glacier de Viesch. (Canton du Valais.)
Le Glacier de Viesch. (Canton du Valais.) La Suisse, la Savoie et le Tyrol. 81.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, 57. R. de Seine, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.r Octobre 1862. Paris, Londres, La Haye. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 570 x 400mm (22½ x 15¾"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Some spots, two wormholes.
A view of the Fiescher Glacier, in the Canton of Valais. Plate 81 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59051]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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Le Mont Cervin. (Canton du Valais.)
Le Mont Cervin. (Canton du Valais.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 13.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.r Avril 1859. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 570 x 400mm (22½ x 15¾"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Some surface dirt.
A view of the Matterhorn, in the Canton of Valais, from a valley with goats being herded in the foreground. Plate 13 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59053]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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Sion. (Canton du Valais.)
Sion. (Canton du Valais.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 18.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.r Avril 1860. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stam, very large margins.
A view of Sion, in the Canton of Valais. Plate 18 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59054]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Vue Prise au Dessous de Rosenlaui. (Canton de Berne.)
Vue Prise au Dessous de Rosenlaui. (Canton de Berne.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 6.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.er Avril 1859. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Crease and nick on margins, some spots.
A view of the Glacier of Rosenlaui, in the Canton of Berne, from a valley with people walking on the path. Plate 6 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59055]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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Les Alpes Bernoises. (Canton de Berne.)
Les Alpes Bernoises. (Canton de Berne.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 47.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.r Avril 1861. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Small tears and creases on margins, some spots on image.
A view of the Bernese Alps, in the Canton of Berne, with people riding horses in the foreground and cattle in the middle ground. Plate 47 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59057]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Zurich. (Canton de Zurich.)
Zurich. (Canton de Zurich.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 38.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.r Avril 1861. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Repaired nick and colour stain on margins, scuffing and some spots on top right.
A view of Zürich from the river Limmat. Plate 38 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59062]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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Le Lac Moerill and le Glacier d'Aletsch. (Canton du Valais.)
Le Lac Moerill and le Glacier d'Aletsch. (Canton du Valais.) La Suisse, la Savoie et le Tyrol. 79.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, 57. R. de Seine, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.r Octobre 1862. Paris, Londres, La Haye. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 385 x 505mm (15¼ x 20"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Colour stains on image, slightly foxed on top margin.
A view of the Aletsch Glacier, in the Canton of Valais, and the glacial lake Märjelen. Plate 79 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59061]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Berne. (Canton de Berne.)
Berne. (Canton de Berne.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 20.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.r Avril 1860. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Repaired nick and tears on margins, some spots.
A view of the Old City of Bern, bordered on three sides by the river Aare. Plate 20 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59060]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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La Wengernalp. (Canton de Berne.)
La Wengernalp. (Canton de Berne.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 22.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.r Avril 1860. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Creases and repaired tears outer margins on right.
The Wengernalp, an alpine meadow in the Canton of Bern popular for its views over the Bernese Alps. Plate 22 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59059]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Lausanne. (Canton de Vaud.)
Lausanne. (Canton de Vaud.) La Suisse et la Savoie. 37.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.r Avril 1861. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 400 x 570mm (15¾ x 22½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Nicks and colour stains on outer margins on right.
A view of Lausanne, in the Canton of Vaud, with Lake Geneva in the background. Plate 37 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59058]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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Le Strahlhorn et le Glacier de Findelin. (Canton du Valais.)
Le Strahlhorn et le Glacier de Findelin. (Canton du Valais.) La Suisse, la Savoie et le Tyrol. 80.
Photographié par Martens. Lithographié par Eug. Cicéri. Imp. Lemercier, 57. R. de Seine, Paris.
Publié par Goupil et C.e le 1.er Avril 1859. Paris, London. Berlin. Verlag von Goupil & C.e. New York. Published by M. Knoedler.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 385 x 495mm (15¼ x 19½"), with Goupil's blind stamp, very large margins. Slightly scuffed and foxed, some coloured spots.
A view of the Strahlhorn and Findel Glacier, in the Canton of Valais, with people and mules in the foreground. Plate 80 of 'La Suisse et la Savoie par Eugène Ciceri d'après les vues photographiées par Martens, photographe de S.M. l'Empereur' (1859-65), which recorded 'numerous locations still unknown or little known in topographical illustration' (Gattlen). In 1844 Frédéric Martens (1809-75) had been sent to Chamonix by the French government to experiment with photography in extreme conditions, producing some of the first photographs of the high alps. In the early 1850s he exhibited panoramic views in London and Paris, fuelling interest in the scenery of the region, so returned for this series. As his medium, daguerreotype, prevented easy reproduction, his images had to be lithographed (by Étienne Eugène Cicéri) for publication.
Anton Gattlen, 'L'Estampe topographique ou valais 1850-1899 et supplement 1600-1849', p.86.
[Ref: 59056]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Vue de Berne.
Vue de Berne.
F. Schmid del. J. Hurlimann sc.
a Neuchatel chez Jeanneret & Baumann [n.d. c.1840]
Coloured aquatint, plate 165 x 210mm (6½ x 8¼"), with large margins. A small amount of creasing in margins. Some time staining inside the plate mark.
A view of Bern, Switzerland, from a hill. Cows graze in the foreground being eatched over by milkmen and a milkmaid, the river Aare winds round the field and the city sits against a backdrop of the Alps.
[Ref: 58781]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Charles Emanuel Victor; King of Sardinia &c
Charles Emanuel Victor; King of Sardinia &c Done from the Originall Picture in the Possession of His Excellency The Sardinian Ambasscidor.
I. Brooks Fecit.
[n.d. c.1740-1756] [Sold by T. Jefferys at the Corner of St. Martins Lane Charing Cross, & W. Herbert at ye Golden Globe on London Bridge.]
Very rare mezzotint, print 355 x 250mm (14 x 9¾"). Trimmed within plate and glued to album sheet.
Three-quarter length portrait of King Carlo Emanuele III of Sardinia (1701-1773) wearing armour with an ermine trimmed cloak decorated with crosses over his left shoulder and holding a baton in his right hand. To the right of him are military tents and a cavalry battle rages on in the background.
CS 30b.
[Ref: 58798]   £320.00  
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Charles Emanuel King of Sardinia,
Charles Emanuel King of Sardinia, Duke of Savoy, Prince of Piemont, &c. &c. Taken from an Original Painting in the Posession of his Exellency the Chevalier Ossorio to whom this Plate is mots Humbly
Clementina Turin pinx. Burford Londini fecit.
Rare mezzotint, print 355 x 250mm (14 x 9¾"). Trimmed within plate and glued to album sheet. Slight damage top left.
Half-length portrait of King Carlo Emanuele III of Sardinia (1701-1773), wearing ermine-lined cloak and breastplate with cravat and long white wig.
CS 15.
[Ref: 58796]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Carolus XII. D.G. Suecorum, Gothorum, et Vandalorum Rex Augustissimus, &c.
Carolus XII. D.G. Suecorum, Gothorum, et Vandalorum Rex Augustissimus, &c. Qui, stratis ad Narvam Moschis, die XX.o Novembris, Anno 1700; Aetatis suae paulo plus XVIII.o, Justas et Graves a Faedifrago Hoste sumpsit Paenas: et et Que Progressus Admirabiles, contra Ipsos et Polonos, violento Marte ad huc Prosequitur.
Ad Vivum Pinxit D. Craft suae Svecicae Ma.tis Pictor praecipuus Anno 1701. Iohannes Smith Anglus Fecit. Anno 1701-2.
Sold by I. Smith at the Lyon and Crown in Russel Street Covant Garden.
Rare mezzotint, fine impression, print 350 x 250mm (13¾ x 9¾"). Trimmed and glued to album sheet. Small tear to left edge, nick to right edge.
Half-length portrait of Charles XII, King of Sweden (1682-1718), in an oval. Looking towards the viewer over right shoulder, wearing a wig with a ribbon, a lace cravat, and armour.
CS 249.
[Ref: 58870]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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The most Serene Prince Eugene of Savoy.
The most Serene Prince Eugene of Savoy.
G. Kneller S.R. et Angl. Eques Aur Pinx. I. Simon fecit
Sold by J. Simon over against Cross Lane in Long Acre and E. Cooper at y.e 3 Pidgeons in Bedford Street & Hen. Overton at y.e White horse without Newgate. 1712
Mezzotint, fine impression, print 355 x 250mm (14 x 9¾"). Trimmed within plate and glued to album sheet.
Three-quarters portrait of Prince Eugene of Savoy (1663-1736) holding a baton in his right hand, his left hand resting on a helmet on a pedestal; wearing ermine-lined cloak over armour and long dark wig.
CS 57.
[Ref: 58801]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Fredericus Rex Bor. E.B.
Fredericus Rex Bor. E.B.
J. E. Nilson fec. et excud. A. V.
[n.d. c.1770.]
Engaving, 18th century watermark, plate 255 x 160mm (10 x 6¼"), large margins. Large stains on top margin, going into the plate. Repaired wormhole, some creases.
Bust portrait of Frederick II, King of Prussia (1712-1786), in an oval decorated with crown, bay and oak leaves above. Coat of arms, bay and oak leaves below the oval with two putti underneath.
[Ref: 58907]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Frederick 3.d King of Prussia.
Frederick 3.d King of Prussia.
Printed for J Eynon Castle Alley Threadneedle Street. [n.d. c.1797]
Scarce engraving, 60 x 60mm (2¼ x 2¼"), with small margins. 18th century watermarked watch paper.
A watch paper with a small oval bust portrait of Frederick William III King of Prussia (1770 – 1840), though not his usual likeness wearing a powdered wig and 18th century fashion. Made to be put inside a watch.
See Robert Sayers Catalogue 1774
[Ref: 59047]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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Fredericus Guillelmus D.G. Borussorum Rex,
Fredericus Guillelmus D.G. Borussorum Rex, S.R.J. Princeps & Elector &c. &c Magna Britainnia Regis Gener & Nepos. Nat die 4 Aug. 1688.
F.W. Weideman Pinx. Berolini 1714. J. Smith Fec. Londini 1715.
Sold by J. Smith at ye Lyon & Crown in Russell street Covent Garden.
Mezzotint, print 345 x 250mm (13¾ x 9¾"). Trimmed and glued to album sheet. Some abrasions to edges. Damaged.
Half-length portrait of Frederick William I, King of Prussia (1688-1740), in an oval. Looking towards the viewer with his head slightly turned to right, wearing armour, sash, ermine-trimmed cloak and long, curled wig. Father of Frederick the Great.
CS 204.II. Published state.
[Ref: 58867]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[Italian Landscape.]
[Italian Landscape.] 29.
P. Bril Inventor. Nieulant fecit.
A Bon enfant excud. Avec Privilege du Roy. [n.d. c.1605.]
Etching, plate 240 x 315mm (9½ x 12½"). Trimmed to plate on three sides and glued on album sheet. Slightly stained on inscription area, one wormhole.
Italian landscape with people resting in the foreground and two figures walking down a hill in the background. This is Plate 29 from a series of thirty-six plates showing Italian landscapes after Paul Bril by Willem van Nieulandt.
See Hollstein: 76-111.
[Ref: 58997]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Louis Quinze.
Louis Quinze.
Peint par Loitard. Gravé par Vispré.
[n.d. c.1750.]
Rare mezzotint, print 315 x 225mm (12½ x 8¾"). Trimmed and glued to album sheet, losing publication line. Nicks to edges.
Half-length portrait of Louis XVI, King of France (1710-1774), in an oval. Looking ahead, wearing a sash, badge of the order of the Saint-Esprit and frilled cravat, with a queue wig and his hat under his left arm.
[Ref: 58874]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)

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Petrus Alexeewitz Magnus Dominus Tzar Et Magnus Dux Moscoviae.
Petrus Alexeewitz Magnus Dominus Tzar Et Magnus Dux Moscoviae.
Iussu Britannicae Majestatis Godefridus Kneller Eques ad viuum Pinxit. 1697. I. Smith Fecit & excudit.
[n.d. c.1698]
Mezzotint, fine impression, print 355 x 250mm (14 x 9¾"). Trimmed within plate and glued to album sheet. Slight nicks at edges.
Half length portrait of Peter I the Great (1672-1725) in an oval frame ornamented with branches. He has a thin moutache and wears armour and an ermine robe fastened by two large jewels and a string of pearls. On the base supporting oval frame lies a crown, orb, sword and sceptre.
CS 217.III
[Ref: 58803]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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[Philip IV, King of Spain] D. Philippo IV Austrio Hispaniarum Indiarumq Regi Catholico.
[Philip IV, King of Spain] D. Philippo IV Austrio Hispaniarum Indiarumq Regi Catholico.
[after Peter Paul Rubens.]
Mariette excudit [n.d., c.1670]. But later.
Rare engraving. 415 x 305mm (16¼ x 12"). Trimmed within plate, a few small worm holes, slight staining, mounted on album paper.
Philip IV of Spain (1605-65) after the painting by Rubens in the Alte Pinakothek, Munich, half-length within an oval, wearing the collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece. In this state the second line of the title, 'Supra omnes retro principes potentissimo Pio Felici patri patriæ' has been removed, suggesting the printing was posthumous.
[Ref: 58859]   £360.00  
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[Nuova pianta et alzata della citta di Roma...] 5.
[Nuova pianta et alzata della citta di Roma...] 5.
[Diegniata et Intagliata da Gio. Battista Falda.]
[Rome: Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi 1676, but later.]
Engraved map, one sheet only (of twelve), 17th century watermark. 395 x 505mm (15½ x 19¾") very large margins. Damp stains. Central crease as normal.
Sheet 5 of a 12-sheet map of Rome by Giovanni Battista Falda da Valdugga (1648-78), an architect who drew and engraved views of Rome for the de Rossi family. It takes the form of a bird's-eye view, with buildings shown in perspective. Orientated with north to the left, this section shows the Colosseum, the Forum, Campidoglio, the Palatine Hill and the Baths of Trajan.
[Ref: 58690]   £480.00  
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[Nuova pianta et alzata della citta di Roma...] 11.
[Nuova pianta et alzata della citta di Roma...] 11.
[Diegniata et Intagliata da Gio. Battista Falda.]
[Rome: Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi 1676, but later.]
Engraved map, one sheet only (of twelve), 17th century watermark. 395 x 505mm (15½ x 19¾"), very large margins. Central crease as normal.
Sheet 11 of a 12-sheet map of Rome by Giovanni Battista Falda da Valdugga (1648-78), an architect who drew and engraved views of Rome for the de Rossi family. It takes the form of a bird's-eye view, with buildings shown in perspective. As the map was orientated with north to the left, this section shows the Janiculum walls, built by Urban VIII in 1643, centred on the Porta San Pancrazio. Under the map is a panel containing nine views of churches, including the Basilicas of St Peter & St Paul.
[Ref: 58691]   £320.00  
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Nuova pianta et alzata della [citta di Roma...] 1.
Nuova pianta et alzata della [citta di Roma...] 1.
[...] Diegniata et Intagliata da Gio. Battista [Falda.]
[Rome: Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi 1676, but later.]
Engraved map, one sheet only (of twelve). 395 x 505mm (15½ x 19¾") very large margins. Margin snipped bottom right.
The top left sheet of a 12-sheet map of Rome by Giovanni Battista Falda da Valdugga (1648-78), an architect who drew and engraved views of Rome for the de Rossi family. It takes the form of a bird's-eye view, with buildings shown in perspective. As the map was orientated with north to the left, this section shows the north east of Rome, with the Porta Viminale & Porta Collina in the Servian Walls, and the Via Salaria and Via Nomentana. This sheet is decorated with an ornate border on two sides, allegorical figures of the Papacy and Roman Law, and two cherubs holding up the papal mitre and arms.
[Ref: 58688]   £220.00  
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[Nuova pianta et alzata della citta di Roma...] 4.
[Nuova pianta et alzata della citta di Roma...] 4.
[Diegniata et Intagliata da Gio. Battista Falda.]
[Rome: Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi 1676, but later.]
Engraved map, one sheet only (of twelve). 395 x 505mm (15½ x 19¾") very large margins Central crease as normal.
Sheet 4 of a 12-sheet map of Rome by Giovanni Battista Falda da Valdugga (1648-78), an architect who drew and engraved views of Rome for the de Rossi family. It takes the form of a bird's-eye view, with buildings shown in perspective. As the map was orientated with north to the left, this section shows the north edge of Rome, with the Porta Popolo on the Via Flamina, and the Piazza del Popolo and Piazza Barbarini. This sheet is decorated with a dedication to Pope Innocent XI, on a scroll held aloft by two cherubs.
[Ref: 58689]   £350.00  
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[Urbis Romae Sciog]raphia Ex Antiquis Monum[entis Accuratiss Delineata.]
[Urbis Romae Sciog]raphia Ex Antiquis Monum[entis Accuratiss Delineata.]
[after Pirro Ligorio.]
[Rome: Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi, c.1650.]
Engraved map, one sheet of eight, 17th century watermark. 530 x 420mm (21 x 16½") very large margins Tears, creasing and damp stains in margins. Central crease (short tear) as normal.
Plate three of a monumental eight-sheet plan of Ancient Rome, based on the detailed archaeological survey by Pirro Ligorio (c.1510-83), a scholar of the ancient monuments. The map is constructed as a bird's-eye view, with the buildings illustrated, and shows the north-east of the city, including the Baths of Diocletian and the barracks of the Praetorian guard. First published by Etienne Duperac in 1574, this example comes from a 17th century reissue by De Rossi.
[Ref: 58692]   £280.00  
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[Urbis Romae Sciographia Ex Antiquis Monum]entis Accuratiss [Delineata.]
[Urbis Romae Sciographia Ex Antiquis Monum]entis Accuratiss [Delineata.]
[after Pirro Ligorio.]
[Rome: Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi, c.1650.]
Engraved map, one sheet of eight. 530 x 420mm (21 x 16½") very large margins. Tears and creasing in margins. Central crease as normal. Slight loss in margin bottom left.
Plate four of a monumental eight-sheet plan of Ancient Rome, based on the detailed archaeological survey by Pirro Ligorio (c.1510-83), a scholar of the ancient monuments. The map is constructed as a bird's-eye view, with the buildings illustrated, and shows the east of the city, including the Porta Esquilina, the Aqua Claudia aqueduct, Amphitheatrum Castrense and, outside the city walls, the 'Hippodrome of Aurelius', of which there is no written record. First published by Etienne Duperac in 1574, this example comes from a 17th century reissue by De Rossi.
[Ref: 58693]   £350.00  
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[Urbis Romae Sciographia Ex Antiquis Monumentis Accuratiss] Delineata.
[Urbis Romae Sciographia Ex Antiquis Monumentis Accuratiss] Delineata.
[after Pirro Ligorio.]
[Rome: Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi, c.1650.]
Engraved map, one sheet of eight, 17th century watermark 530 x 420mm (21 x 16½") very large margins. Hole bottom right. Central crease as normal.
Plate 5 of a monumental eight-sheet plan of Ancient Rome (numbered 2-5, 8-11), based on the detailed archaeological survey by Pirro Ligorio (c.1510-83), a scholar of the ancient monuments. The map is constructed as a bird's-eye view, with the buildings illustrated, and shows land outside city walls to the east, including funerary munuments, estates, the Appian Way and the aqueducts Appia, Claudia and Marcia. First published by Etienne Duperac in 1574, this example comes from a 17th century reissue by De Rossi.
[Ref: 58695]   £280.00  
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[Urbis Romae Sciographia Ex Antiquis Monumentis Accuratiss Delineata.]
[Urbis Romae Sciographia Ex Antiquis Monumentis Accuratiss Delineata.]
[after Pirro Ligorio.]
[Rome: Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi, c.1650.]
Engraved map, one sheet of eight, 17th century watermark. 530 x 420mm (21 x 16½") very large margins. Central crease as normal.
Plate '9' of a monumental eight-sheet plan (numbered 2-5, 8-11) of Ancient Rome, based on the detailed archaeological survey by Pirro Ligorio (c.1510-83), a scholar of the ancient monuments. The map is constructed as a bird's-eye view, with the buildings illustrated, and shows the west of the city, including the mausoleums of Hadrian and Augustus, the Antonine Column, the Pantheon, the Theatre of Marcellus and the Temple of Asclepius, shaped like a ship on the Tiberina. First published by Etienne Duperac in 1574, this example comes from a 17th century reissue by De Rossi.
[Ref: 58694]   £420.00  
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Vüe du Jardin des Nains de Mirabell à Salsbourg du coté du Midi.
Vüe du Jardin des Nains de Mirabell à Salsbourg du coté du Midi. 6.
Cum Priv. S.C.M. leveé et dessiné par Francois Antoine Danreiter. I. A. Corvinus sculp.
[n.d. c.1735.]
Engraving and etching, sheet 245 x 330mm (9¾ x 13"). Trimmed within plate and glued on album sheet. Folded along central crease, some creases, surface dirt on inscription area.
View of the gardens of Mirabell Palace in Salzburg, after Franz Anton Danreiter (1695-1760). Dwarf statues are located on the both sides of the main walking path.
[Ref: 58982]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Prospetto della piazza di Siena.
Prospetto della piazza di Siena. Colla comparsa delle Contrade, e Corsa del Palio, Rappresentata il 2 di Luglio 1717 Dalla Nobil Coversazione del Casino All'A. R.le della Ser.ma Violante di Baviera Gran Principessa di Toscana per la sua venuta al Governo di d.a Città, e Stato. Dedicato All'A. R.le del Ser.mo Gio Gastone Gran' Principe di Toscana.
[n.d., c.1717.]
Rare etching, plate 470 x 645mm (18½ x 25½") with very large margins. Folded as issued. Stain and tear on top margin (on fold) going into image, some creases, black spots and surface dirt. On far left small stain.
Rare view of Piazza del Campo in Siena. The Contrade carnival floats drawn by team of horse fill the arena, while spectators face outwards to watch the Palio, the horse race around the perimeter of the square. A scroll borne by cherubs crosses the sky, seven panels below the main image depict detailed views of six Contrade carnival floats and the title with the key.
[Ref: 58983]   £590.00  
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[Medallion portraits of Sigismund III of Poland & John Frederick I, Elector of Saxony.
[Medallion portraits of Sigismund III of Poland & John Frederick I, Elector of Saxony.
WHollar fecit 1667.
Rare etching. Sheet 105 x 105mm (4 x 4"). Trimmed, losing half of image, laid in album paper.
A pair of medals, showing both obverse and reverse with 'AR' between. Another pair of medals has been trimmed off. Etching by Wenceslaus Hollar (1607-77) for 'The Institution, Laws and Ceremonies of the Most Noble Order of the Garter' (1672) by the antiquary and astrologer Elias Ashmole (1617-92).
Pennington 2607..
[Ref: 58670]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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Vue de Château d'Unspunnen et de ses environs.
Vue de Château d'Unspunnen et de ses environs.
[After Gabriel Lory le père][Engraver Johann Hurlimann].
[n.d. c.1822.]
Hand coloured aquatint, pt J. Whatman watermark, sheet 250 x 330mm (9¾ x 13"). Trimmed within platemark. Some creases and spots on image.
A landscape view of the ruins of Unspunnen Castle and its surroundings, in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. The scene depicts a valley with snowy peaks in the distance, the Unspunnen Castle on the right and some houses and cows in the middle ground. A group of three figures resting in the left foreground.
[Ref: 58903]   £320.00  
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Mary Theresa
Mary Theresa by y.e Grace of God Queen of Hungary & Bohemia, Archdutchess of Austria, &c &c
C.Valo Pinx. J. Frank fecit.
Sold by T. Millward at the Dial and 3 Crowns in Fleet Street 1741. Prince 2 shillings.
Fine & scarce mezzotint, print 360 x 250mm (13¼ x 10"). Trimmed within plate and glued to album sheet.
Full body portrait of Queen Maria Theresa (1717-1780), sitting, hair in curls dressed with pearls, wearing earring, pearl necklace, dress with short sleeves, and robe; fluted pillar and curtain on the left; curtain on the right. Plate reduced and altered from one by R.Williams of Barbara Duchess of Cleveland. The names Valo and Frank are evidently fictitious.
CS: 13.IV. Layard 32.
[Ref: 58795]   £290.00   (£348.00 incl.VAT)
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Prospectus a Columna S. Marci ad Ripam Dalmatarum vulgò de’ Schiavoni.
Prospectus a Columna S. Marci ad Ripam Dalmatarum vulgò de’ Schiavoni. II.
[Drawn and engraved by Antonio Visentini].
[n.d. c.1735.]
Etching, 18th century watermark, plate 265 x 420mm (10½ x 16½"), with large margins. Slighlty foxed.
A view of the Riva degli Schiavoni, the promenade on the waterfront at St. Mark's Basin in Venice. On the left is the column of St Mark, topped by his winged lion, with the gothic facade of the Doge’s Palace behind and, over the bridge, the city’s prisons. The view was etched by Visentini and published as part of his ‘Urbis Venetiarum Prospectus’ in 1742.
[Ref: 58937]   £360.00  
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[Vienna] Der Hohemarkt.
[Vienna] Der Hohemarkt. Vue du Haut Marché.
Nach der Natur gezeichnet und gestochen von C. Shütz.
Wein, bey Artaria u. Comp. [n.d., c.1793.]
Etching with fine hand colour. Sheet 415 x 425mm (12½ x 16¾"). Trimmed within plate, glue stains at corners, repaired tear top left. Central crease.
A view of Hoher Markt Square, Vienna, with the 'Vermählungsbrunnen' (The Marriage Fountain), a baroque, white marble temple based on a drawing by Joseph Emanuel Fischer von Erlach, consecrated 1732.
[Ref: 58739]   £320.00  
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[Vienna] Ansicht des Platzes und der Kirche von S.t Peter.
[Vienna] Ansicht des Platzes und der Kirche von S.t Peter. Vue de la Place et de L'Eglise de S. Pierre.
dessiné et gravé d'apres nature par C. Shütz.
Cum Priv. S.C.M. [Vienna: Artaria c.1805.]
Etching with fine hand colour. 335 x 440mm (13¼ x 17¼").
A view of the Peterskirche, a Baroque Roman Catholic parish church, built 1701-33. It is now run by Opus Dei.
[Ref: 58738]   £330.00  
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[Vienna] Der Michael's Platz gegen die K.K. Burg. Le Place D.t Michel vers le Palais Imp: & Royal.
[Vienna] Der Michael's Platz gegen die K.K. Burg. Le Place D.t Michel vers le Palais Imp: & Royal.
Gestochen von C. Postl.
Wein, bey Artaria [n.d., c.1820].
Coloured aquatint. Sheet 315 x 405mm (12½ x 16"). Trimmed within plate. Title slightly creased.
A view of the Michaelerplatz, Vienna, with the exterior of the Spanish Riding School. To the left is the entrance to Michaelskirche.
[Ref: 58715]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Joannes Wenceslaus Comes a Gallas &c.
Joannes Wenceslaus Comes a Gallas &c.
G. Kneller S.R.Imp & Angl. Eques Aur. pinx. 1707. I. Smith fec.
[n.d. c.1707.]
Rare mezzotint, fine impression, print 345 x 250mm (13½ x 9¾"). Trimmed and glued to album sheet. Abrasions to right edge.
Half-length portrait of Johann Wenzel, Count of Gallas (1669-1719), in an oval. Looking towards the viewer, wearing a wig, collar, armour, and cloak. Coat of arms below. Wenzel was the ambassador to England and Rome for the emperors Joseph and Charles VI of Austria.
CS 94.
[Ref: 58869]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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His Highness William Prince of Orange & Nassau, &c, &c, &c
His Highness William Prince of Orange & Nassau, &c, &c, &c Done from the Original Painting w.ch His Highness Presented to y.e Right Hon.ble Philip Earl of Chesterfield, &c. To whom this plate is most Humbly Dedicated by his Lordships most Obedient Sersant John Faber.
P. van Dijk pinx 1732. I. Faber fecit 1733.
[n.d. c.1733]
Mezzotint, print 355 x 250mm (14 x 9¾"). Trimmed within plate and glued to album sheet. 'Sersant' mistake seems to have been corrected in ink (?).
Half-length portrait of William IV (1711-1751) in an oval frame with his arms thrown out, head turned to right and glanced towards the viewer, wearing a dark coat with decoration at the cuffs, neck and waist, breastplate and long curls.
CS 269.
[Ref: 58800]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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