Continental Prints

Continental, ranging from 17th century to 19th century. An assembled group of thirty-eight etchings and engravings, including a group of eleven portraits of Roman emperors by Horatius Pacificus (Italian, 17th century) on laid paper, sixteen engravings of kings and queens of England from Edward Barnard's The New, Impartial and Complete History of England (late 18th century) on laid paper, one engraving of John Locke by John Goldar after the drawing by Godfrey Kneller (British, 18th century) on laid paper, four Dutch or German genre scenes on laid paper, one Dutch royal court scene marked P. Ianje sculps. l.r. on laid paper, three small biblical scenes with Dutch writing, one engraving of Dagspurg by Martin Zeiller (German, 1589-1661), and Sala Capitular del Monasterio de Poblet after Guillaume Philippe Benoist (French, 18th century) on wove paper; John Locke (largest) 10.25 x 16.5 in. (paper). 


All prints exhibit signs of toning. Several have light stains and foxing. Most have small tears around the edges. 

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Please note that a condition report is only an opinion, given as a courtesy, and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Cowan's Auctions shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.


Estimate: $200 - $400
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium


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