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2019-12-21 06:18:09
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the European green woodpecker (Picus viridis), variety. Old name; Picus alba, Picus viridis minor.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 24 x 39,3 cm.This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Good, given age. Two vertical creases. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. R … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:09
1770. Ardea cinerea (Grey Heron)This scarce original antique bird print shows Ardea cinerea (Grey Heron). Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37 x 54 cm. Image size: 30,2 x 44,3 cm.This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Very good, given age. Vertical crease right margin, not affecting image area. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:09
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the common cuckoo (Cuculus canorus). Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 27,8 x 41,8 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Good, given age. A few miniscule spots. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from binding on r … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:09
1770. Set of 2 plates. These scarce original antique bird prints show the little bittern or common little bittern (Ixobrychus minutus) and a nest with eggs. Old name; Ardeola. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 54 x 37 cm. Image size: 41,5 x 27,5 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Good, given age. A few tiny spots. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, no … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:09
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the hen harrier (Circus cyaneus). Old name; Falco pygargus. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 28,2 x 42,4 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Good, given age. A few minor spots. Light vertical crease. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:09
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the long-eared owl (Asio otus). Old name; Strix otus. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 33,2 x 36,2 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Good, given age. Light vertical crease right edge. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnan … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:09
1770. Pavo cristatus (Indian Peafowl)Set of 2 plates. These scarce original antique bird prints show Pavo cristatus (Indian Peafowl); male and female. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 54 x 37 cm. Image size: 45 x 35 cm.This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Very good, given age. A few miniscule spots. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:09
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the common quail (Coturnix coturnix) or European quail. Old name; Tetrao coturnix. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 37 x 54 cm. Image size: 27,8 x 42 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Very good, given age. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:09
1770. This original print shows the yellowhammer (Emberiza citrinella). Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 27,7 x 41,8 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by 'Jan Sepp' after 'Cornelius Nozeman'. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Good, given age. A few miniscule spots. Light vertical crease right side. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:09
1770. This original print shows the great tit (Parus major). Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 27,7 x 41,5 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by 'Jan Sepp' after 'Cornelius Nozeman'. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Very good, given age. A few miniscule spots. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from binding on right edge verso … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:09
1770. This original print shows the Eurasian nuthatch or wood nuthatch (Sitta europaea). Old name; Sitta Europea. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 23,8 x 35,5 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Very good, given age. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from binding on right edge verso. General age-re … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:09
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the griffon vulture (Gyps fulvus). Old name; Vultur percnopterus. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 37 x 54 cm. Image size: 22,8 x 36,3 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Very good, given age. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from bin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:09
1770. This original print shows the redwing (Turdus iliacus). Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 27,5 x 42 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by 'Jan Sepp' after 'Cornelius Nozeman'. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Very good, given age. Very light minor crease lower right. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from binding on rig … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:09
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the European green woodpecker (Picus viridis). Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 27,7 x 41,8 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Very good, given age. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from binding on right edg … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:09
1770. This original print shows the goldcrest (Regulus regulus). Old name; Motacilla regulus. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 29,5 x 32,5 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by 'Jan Sepp' after 'Cornelius Nozeman'. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Good, given age. A few minor crinkles. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:09
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the western jackdaw (Coloeus monedula), also known as the Eurasian jackdaw, European jackdaw. Old name; Corvus monedula. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 31,5 x 33,5 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Very good, given age. A few miniscule spots. Edges with an occasional tiny … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. This original print shows the white wagtail (Motacilla alba). Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 27,8 x 41,7 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by 'Jan Sepp' after 'Cornelius Nozeman'. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Good, given age. Some miniscule spots. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from binding on right edge vers … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the Eurasian oystercatcher (Haematopus ostralegus). Old name; Colymbus cristatus. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 37 x 54 cm. Image size: 27,6 x 41,5 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Good, given age. Some minor small spots. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. Falco peregrinus (Peregrine Falcon)This scarce original antique bird print shows Falco peregrinus (Peregrine Falcon), duck hawk in North America. Old name; Falco leucocephalus hornotinus. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 34,3 x 44,4 cm.This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Good, given age. Foxing upper right of image area. Edges … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. Falco leucocephalus hornotinus (White Tailed Eagle)This scarce original antique bird print shows Falco leucocephalus hornotinus (White Tailed Eagle). Modern name: Haliaeetus albicilla. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 34 x 48,5 cm.This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Good, given age. Some minor crinkles. Edges with an occasiona … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the Eurasian hobby (Falco subbuteo). Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 30,6 x 33,2 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Good, given age. Light vertical crease on the right. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the lesser spotted woodpecker (Dryobates minor). Old name; Picus minor. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 29 x 32,8 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Very good, given age. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper fr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the Atlantic puffin (Fratercula arctica). Old name; Alca arctica. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 54 x 37 cm. Image size: 39,8 x 25,8 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Very good, given age. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from bin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the common snipe (Gallinago gallinago). Old name; Scolopax gallinago. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 37 x 54 cm. Image size: 25,2 x 32,7 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Good, given age. A few miniscule spots. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Rem … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the whimbrel (Numenius phaeopus). Old name; Scolopax phaopus. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 54 x 37 cm. Image size: 31,8 x 28,8 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Very good, given age. A few miniscule spots. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnan … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the greylag goose (Anser anser). Old name; Anas anser. Text page is included.Copperplate engraving/etching with contemporary old hand colouring. on Verge type hand laid paper with watermark. paper. Sheet size: 54 x 37 cm. Image size: 45 x 36,2 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Christiaan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Very good, given age. Top left edge slightly browned. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, n … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the common scoter (Melanitta nigra). Old name; Anas nigra. Text page is included.Copperplate engraving/etching with contemporary old hand colouring. on Verge type hand laid paper with watermark. paper. Sheet size: 37 x 54 cm. Image size: 36,5 x 39,7 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Christiaan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Very good, given age. Light crease top right edge. Edges with an occasional tiny tear … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. Anas domestica (Domestic Duck)Set of 2 plates. These scarce original antique bird prints show Anas domestica (Domestic Duck), male and female. Modern name; Anas platyrhynchos domesticus. Text page is included.Copperplate engraving/etching with contemporary old hand colouring. on Verge type hand laid paper with watermark. paper.Sheet size: 37 x 54 cm. Image size: 34,5 x 37,5 cm.This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Christiaan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Good, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the ruddy turnstone (Arenaria interpres) and the common sandpiper (Actitis hypoleucos). Old name; Tringa macularia. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 37 x 54 cm. Image size: 34 x 37 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Good, given age. A few tiny spots. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the common goldeneye (Bucephala clangula). Old name; Anas clangula. Text page is included.Copperplate engraving/etching with contemporary old hand colouring. on Verge type hand laid paper with watermark. paper. Sheet size: 54 x 37 cm. Image size: 37 x 33,7 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Christiaan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Good, given age. A few light crinkles. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the red-necked grebe (Podiceps grisegena). Old name; Podiceps rubricollis. Text page is included.Copperplate engraving/etching with contemporary old hand colouring. on Verge type hand laid paper with watermark. paper. Sheet size: 37 x 54 cm. Image size: 32,4 x 46,7 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Christiaan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Very good, given age. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the spotted redshank (Tringa erythropus). Old name; Tringa candida. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 37 x 54 cm. Image size: 26 x 35 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Good, given age. Light vertical crease. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the common moorhen (Gallinula chloropus), also known as the waterhen and as the swamp chicken. Old name; Fulica chloropus. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 54 x 37 cm. Image size: 41,8 x 28 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Good, given age. Some miniscule spots. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, n … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. Set of 2 plates. These scarce original antique bird prints show the water rail (Rallus aquaticus), male and female. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 37 x 54 cm. Image size: 28,3 x 33,8 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Very good, given age. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. Set of 2 plates. These scarce original antique bird prints show the common tern (Sterna hirundo). Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 54 x 37 cm. Image size: 41,7 x 28 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Good, given age. A few miniscule spots. One plate with minor crease lower left. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the common redshank (Tringa totanus). Old name; Tringa striata. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 37 x 54 cm. Image size: 28,3 x 33,4 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Good, given age. A few tiny spots. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of pap … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. Tringa pugnax (Ruff)This scarce original antique bird print shows Tringa pugnax (Ruff). Modern name: Calidris pugnax. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 54 x 37 cm. Image size: 42,4 x 28 cm.This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Very good, given age. A few crinkles, mainly in the margins. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular ed … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the Eurasian curlew or common curlew (Numenius arquata). Old name; Scolopax arquata. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 37 x 54 cm. Image size: 28,2 x 41,8 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Very good, given age. A few miniscule spots. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the great black-backed gull (Larus marinus). Old name; Larus canus. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 54 x 37 cm. Image size: 42,8 x 31,7 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Good, given age. A few minor spots. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the Eurasian wigeon, also known as widgeon (Mareca penelope). Old name; Anas dimidiata. Text page is included.Copperplate engraving/etching with contemporary old hand colouring. on Verge type hand laid paper with watermark. paper. Sheet size: 54 x 37 cm. Image size: 32 x 30,4 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Christiaan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Very good, given age. A few minor crinkles. Edges with an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:08
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the greater scaup (Aythya marila). Old name; Anas marila. Text page is included.Copperplate engraving/etching with contemporary old hand colouring. on Verge type hand laid paper with watermark. paper. Sheet size: 37 x 54 cm. Image size: 32,7 x 41,2 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Christiaan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Very good, given age. A few light crinkles. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not af … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:07
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the black-necked grebe (Podiceps nigricollis), known in North America as the eared grebe. Old name; Podiceps auritus. Text page is included.Copperplate engraving/etching with contemporary old hand colouring. on Verge type hand laid paper with watermark. paper. Sheet size: 37 x 54 cm. Image size: 29,8 x 39,5 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Christiaan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Very good, given age. Edge … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:07
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the little grebe (Tachybaptus ruficollis), also known as dabchick. Old name; Colymbus minor. Text page is included.Copperplate engraving/etching with contemporary old hand colouring. on Verge type hand laid paper with watermark. paper. Sheet size: 37 x 54 cm. Image size: 37 x 44,8 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Christiaan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Good, given age. Small tear and a few crinkles loewer … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:07
1770. Set of 2 plates. These scarce original antique bird prints show the tufted duck (Aythya fuligula), male and female. Old name; Anas fuligula. Text page is included.Copperplate engraving/etching with contemporary old hand colouring. on Verge type hand laid paper with watermark. paper.Sheet size: 37 x 54 cm. Image size: 29,4 x 40 cm.This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Christiaan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Very good, given age. An occasional tiny spot. Edges w … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:07
1770. Set of 2 plates. These scarce original antique bird prints show the black-headed gull (Chroicocephalus ridibundus). Old name; Larus. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 54 x 37 cm. Image size: 43,7 x 29,7 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Good, given age. Both plates with a few (light) creases. Some tiny spots. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:07
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the spotted redshank (Tringa erythropus). Old name; Tringa gambetta. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 37 x 54 cm. Image size: 28,5 x 33,5 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Very good, given age. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:07
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the velvet scoter (Melanitta fusca), also called velvet duck. Old name; Anas fusca. Text page is included.Copperplate engraving/etching with contemporary old hand colouring. on Verge type hand laid paper with watermark. paper. Sheet size: 37 x 54 cm. Image size: 36,5 x 48,3 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Christiaan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Good, given age. A few minor crinkles. Edges with an occasio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:07
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the spotted crake (Porzana porzana). Old name; Rallus porzana. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 54 x 37 cm. Image size: 30,4 x 24,5 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Good, given age. Creases in the margins. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:07
1770. Set of 2 plates. These scarce original antique bird prints show the garganey (Spatula querquedula), male and female. Old name; Anas Circia. Text page is included.Copperplate engraving/etching with contemporary old hand colouring. on verge type hand laid paper with watermark.Sheet size: 54 x 37 cm. Image size: 36,7 x 26,5 cm.This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Christiaan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Very good, given age. An occasional miniscule spot. Edges wi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-21 06:18:07
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the barnacle goose (Branta leucopsis). Old name; Anas brenta. Text page is included.Copperplate engraving/etching with contemporary old hand colouring. on Verge type hand laid paper with watermark. paper. Sheet size: 37 x 54 cm. Image size: 36,5 x 43,3 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Christiaan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Good, given age. A few tiny spots. Two light vertical creases. Edges with an occas … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
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