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Centsprent: Het Stadhuis te Delft / Het Koninklijk Paleis te Amsterdam, No. 47.
"Catchpenny print. Two large woodcut illustrations showing the City Hall in Delft, and the bottom the Royal Palace of Amsterdam (Paleis op de Dam). The top woodcut is probably a reused block of a waste collector, who is loading his cart. The bottom woodcut, with three drummers, was likely used as a New Year wish. Both woodcuts are signed ‘LUB' (D. and H. van Lubeek?).Zutphen, W.C. Wansleven (c.1820 - c.1845); address mentioned on print: ‘Te Zutphen, ter Boekdrukkerij van W. C. Wansleven.'; numbered ‘no. 47.' in the upper right corner."."Two woodcut illustrations on hand-made paper; stencil coloured with blue and brown; under each image a caption; total: 420 x 340 mm; Pro patria watermark; folded three times, some small holes, scribbles in pencil on the verso, frayed edges.Meyer p. 328, Boerma p. 835 (Wansleven 47). CP018"
      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR]
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