16 September 2009,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 812
Estimate GBP 800 - GBP 1,200
Juive d'Alger (Delteil 18)
etching, 1833, third state (of four), published by Cadart and Luquet, with their blindstamp, on watermarked Aqua Fortistes laid paper, with wide margins, time stained, a vertical crease at the upper center, otherwise in good condition; together with Arabes d'Oran (D. 20), etching, fourth state (of six); Femme d'Alger (D. 97), lithograph, second, final state, Lion devorant a Cheval (D. 126) and Tigre couche dans le Desert (D. 24), each by the same hand, all generally in good condition apart from occasional foxing and minor creasing
P. 214 x 175 mm., S. 480 x 358 mm. (5)
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