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veiling / Auction 26 Session I. Children's books, Paper Toys, School Plates, Literature, Manuscripts, Old Books / 150-184 Paper Toys, Catchpenny Prints & Theatres
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kavel: 163 verkocht € 70.00

[Catchpenny prints] 5 Amsterdam imprints: (1) "Herder en herderinne, spreuke voor de jeugd

en schept uw vermaak in des herders-vreughd." Catchpenny print, sheet size 40 x 31 cm., w. 48 fingercol. woodcuts, each with short letterpress caption below, no. 19 in upper right corner, Amsterdam, heirs J. Ratelband and J. Bouwer, ca. 1790, under passe-partout.
Folds, creased and a few sm. tears, but a good copy. De Meyer p. 265 ff., and Ratelband & Bouwer cat. 19. A rare print, the publishers were active between 1782 and 1793. 2) "Afbeelding van de geduchte storm en watervloed in Gelderland, Overysel, enz., de doorbraak der dyken, en de overstrooming in de huizen, geschied in 't begin van 't jaar 1809." Catchpenny print, sheet size 41.5 x 33 p., w. 2 large woodcuts signed "I. Donker", sl. touched w. colour, each w. 8-line letterpress verse in 2 columns below, numbered "No. 37" in upper right margin, Amsterdam, J. Wendel & Zoon, not before 1819. Folded twice and other minimal defects, but a very good copy for this kind of print. De Meyer p. 336, and cat. Wendel 37. J. Wendel was active in Amsterdam since about 1790, and together with his son since 1819. The stock was taken over by the Amsterdam publishers Kok-Van Kolm in 1842. Showing the flooding of the land (upper half) and of the interior of a house (lower half); 3) "Zoo wel de stad als 't buiten leven, kan ons vermaak en vreugde geven." Catchpenny print, sheet size, 44 x 34 cm, w. 6 woodcuts touched w. colour, each with a 2-line letterpress verse below, numbered "8." in upper left margin, Amsterdam, D. Lijsen, ca. 1820 (remarkably well preserved). De Meyer p. 208 and p.318 ff., Ulrich cat. 8. Showing several activities of a girl in town and in the country. The print was produced by J.B. Ullrich in Rotterdam for his main retailer, D. Lijsen in Amsterdam; 4) De jeugd werd hier gestigt, door 't werk in tugt gehouwen, gelyk men daaglyks ziet van 't doopen af tot 't trouwen." Catchpenny print, sheet size 41 x 32 cm., w. 32 woodcuts sl. touched w. colour, each w. short letterpress caption below, numbered "No. 22" in upper right corner, Amsterdam, widow H. Rynders, ca. 1820. Torn/ sl. dam. on folds. And 1 other similar (total 5).
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