25 January 2017
HANS SEBALD BEHAM (1500-1550)
The Labours of Hercules
the complete set of 12 engravings, 1542-48, on laid paper, all without watermarks, very fine to very good impressions, generally early states, mostly trimmed to or just outside the borderline, in very good condition, framed
Sheet 51 x 78 mm. (and similar)
Albert W. Blum (1882-1952), Switzerland and Short Hills, New Jersey (Lugt 79 b & 3198) (except Holl. 101 & 109).
George Ambrose Cardew (1865-1942), London (Lugt 1134) (Holl. 101 only).
Unidentified, initials CHW (not in Lugt) (Holl. 101 only).
Johann Martin Friedrich Geissler (1779-1853), Nuremberg & Paris, with his inscription dated Paris 1814 (Lugt 1072) (Holl. 109 only).
Wilhelm Koller (d. 1871), Vienna (Lugt 2632) (Holl. 109 only).
Alfred Coppenrath (1830-1887), Regensburg (Lugt 87) (Holl. 109 only).
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Bartsch 96-107; Pauli, Hollstein 98-109
Please note the quantity listed in the catalogue is incorrect, there are 12 prints in this lot.
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