LACOUR (JACQUES STANISLAS PROSPER HUBERT DIT) (actif 1830-1836) - CONVOI FUNEBRE DE NAPOLEON A STE HELENE.

CONVOI FUNEBRE DE NAPOLEON A STE HELENE.

LACOUR (JACQUES STANISLAS PROSPER HUBERT DIT) (actif 1830-1836)

Imaging of the Lacour factory in Nancy. Proof prior to 1835 or 1836 before the change of address in favor of Dembour. (Lacour sold all his woods to Dembour in 1835 or 1836. (Duchartre and Saulnier : "' L'imagerie populaire", p.217)). Very nice print on laid paper with all margins, two median folds, a few folds and tiny tears in the borders...

THIÉBAULT JEAN-BAPTISTE (1809-1838) - GLOIRE NATIONALE. LE GENERAL CAMBRONE ( SIC )

GLOIRE NATIONALE. LE GENERAL CAMBRONE ( SIC )

THIÉBAULT JEAN-BAPTISTE (1809-1838)

Very fine proof in fresh old colors with full margins on laid paper.Edited by Jacques Stanislas Prosper HUBERT dit LACOUR, active from 1830 to 1836.Printer-publisher installed in Nancy around 1830 Faubourg Saint Georges, then in Faubourg Saint Pierre n°49 and 250, he bought some Beauvais woods which he republished, then he ensured the collaboration of Jean-Baptiste Thiébault who constituted the collection of his factory. Dembour bought back his fund in 1837 to transfer it to Metz.Several creases, short tear in bottom margin, pinhole at bottom of Cambrone's waistcoat.Très belle épreuve en frais coloris anciens à toutes marges sur papier vergé...

ANONYME - ONG-PA-TON-GA

ONG-PA-TON-GA

ANONYME

Beautiful lithography in color of the time, small task in the margin of the bottom left not affecting the subjectPlate 15 of the History of the Indian Tribes of North America..

ANONYME - PA-SHE-PA-HAW

PA-SHE-PA-HAW

ANONYME

Beautiful lithography in colors of time..

ANONYME - CHASSEUR DE LA GARDE IMPERIALE RUSSE

CHASSEUR DE LA GARDE IMPERIALE RUSSE

ANONYME

Beautiful Watercolors from the set : Troupes étrangères, Plate 10, Russian Imperial Guard Hunter..

ANONYME - MAR-KO-ME-TE

MAR-KO-ME-TE

ANONYME

From the set The History of the Indian Tribes of North America, Thomas McKenney, James Hall, 1836-1844.Most of the portraits in The History of the Indian Tribes of North America were painted by Charles Bird King (1785-1862) Beautiful lithography in time colors, gaps in the lower corners, trace of glue on the right side..

SABATIER LEON JEAN-BAPTISTE (CA.1827-1887) - LE DUCOUEDIC

LE DUCOUEDIC

SABATIER LEON JEAN-BAPTISTE (CA.1827-1887)

velBeautiful print, wide margins from the setTr to the East Coast of Africa, executed during the years 1846, 1847 and 1848 by the brig Ducouëdic, under the command of Mr. Guillain..

SABATIER LEON JEAN-BAPTISTE (CA.1827-1887) - LE DUCOUEDIC ARRIVANT AU MOUILLAGE A BRAOUA

LE DUCOUEDIC ARRIVANT AU MOUILLAGE A BRAOUA

SABATIER LEON JEAN-BAPTISTE (CA.1827-1887)

Beautiful lithography with large margins from the set  Travel on the eastern coast of Africa, executed during the years 1846, 1847 and 1848 by the brig Ducouëdic, under the command of Mr. Guillain..

CHIKANOBU TOYOHARA (1838–1912) - BATAILLE DE SEONGHWAN

BATAILLE DE SEONGHWAN

CHIKANOBU TOYOHARA (1838–1912)

Beautiful triptych in very fresh colors formerly mounted on tabsObanNishiki-e1894The Battle of Seonghwan (Seikan) was the first major land confrontation of the First Sino-Japanese War. It took place on July 29, 1894 in Seonghwan, near Cheonan, in the Korean province of South Chungcheong. It is sometimes called Battle of Asan...

CHIKANOBU TOYOHARA (1838–1912) - KAGOSHIMA BENTO HIKIAGE NO ZU, SAIGO TAKAMORI, KIRINO TOSHIAKI

KAGOSHIMA BENTO HIKIAGE NO ZU, SAIGO TAKAMORI, KIRINO TOSHIAKI

CHIKANOBU TOYOHARA (1838–1912)

Beautiful triptych with fresh colors, representing the defeat of the famous Saigo Takamori, considered as the last samurai, during the rebellion of Kagoshima (Satsuma)"Born into a family of humble Satsuma officers, Saigō Takamori nonetheless enjoyed rapid promotion and was given special assignments by his daimyō to work for the entry of daimyōs into the shōgunal government. While in Kyoto, in 1858, during the repression organized by the bakufu in the imperial capital, he fled to his stronghold, then, involved in the dynastic quarrels of the seigneurial family, he lived in disgrace, most of the time, until 1864. He He then made himself the man of negotiations and narrowly succeeded in averting the first civil war between the bakufu and Chōshū, he commanded a detachment of the Imperial Guard and, against his will, was brought in to repel the companies of Chōshū who were attacking Kyoto. It was later that he was gradually convinced of the need to overthrow the shōgunate. He met Kido Takayoshi in 1866 and gradually realized the rapprochement between Satsuma and Chōshū, until the bakufu's second campaign against Chōshū, in 1867.One of the architects of the coup d'etat of January 3, 1868 by which the imperial court proclaimed the "return to the old monarchy", he commanded the army which conquered the main domains of the shōgun, between Kyoto and the Kantō, and secured Edo's unconditional surrender. However, convinced that it was necessary to mobilize the traditional forces, he shunned for a while the new regime which was moving towards modernization. He nevertheless agreed to enter the Executive Council in 1870, and offered the assistance of his army to make the abolition of the fiefs effective. When Kido Takayoshi and Ōkubo Toshimichi left Japan with Iwakura Tomomi's embassy, ​​he remained in the Tokyo government. In order to bring together the bushi dissatisfied with the reorganization of the army, he planned to force Korea to open up, aware that his approach would probably end in war. Prevented by Ōkubo, returning from Europe, in 1873, he resigned from the government and returned to his old stronghold. There, he opened a school for young people and formed an army: Satsuma then became a de facto autonomous enclave. Ōkubo, impatient with this dissent, provoked war and had Satsuma occupied by the modern army, in 1877. Knowing the inevitable defeat, Saigō Takamori committed suicide. A character full of paradoxes, he was both one of the main founders of the Meiji regime and the greatest rebel that the renovated monarchy has known: he remains one of the most popular figures in Japan.in: Universalis Encyclopedia..

CHIKANOBU TOYOHARA (1838–1912) - VICTOIRE A ASAN

VICTOIRE A ASAN

CHIKANOBU TOYOHARA (1838–1912)

Beautiful triptych in very fresh colors formerly mounted on tabsObanNishiki-e1894    "At 3 am on July 29 a battle commenced and after five hours our troops were completely victorious" begins the text panel account of this print. Chikanobu depicts two officers leading the assault with the nation's flag held high. A Chinese canon in the foreground is turned around with its barrel down and its carriage broken. The Chinese soldiers in this print are dressed in cumbersome archaic uniforms, making them seem helpless against the Japanese troops smartly dressed in modern European style uniforms.The Battle of Seonghwan (Seikan) was the first major land confrontation of the First Sino-Japanese War. It took place on July 29, 1894 in Seonghwan, near Cheonan, in the Korean province of South Chungcheong. It is sometimes called Battle of Asan...

CHIKANOBU TOYOHARA (1838–1912) - DEBAT DU SEIKANRON DE 1873

DEBAT DU SEIKANRON DE 1873

CHIKANOBU TOYOHARA (1838–1912)

Beautiful triptych in very fresh colors formerly mounted on tabsObanNishiki-e1877This 1877 print depicts the 1873 Seikanron debates in the Court Council of the Meiji government on whether to invade Korea for ignoring the diplomatic missions of the Meiji government and "insulting" the Japanese nation.The leaders of the opposing factions, Iwakura and Saigō, are at the center of the triptych, surrounded by their followers.Seventeen red rectangular cartouches give the names of the characters taking part in the debate, all members of the Council of the Court (or Council of State).Among them :-Shinohara Kunimoto (left side, seated foreground) a longtime friend of Saigō Takamori and former major general and commander of the Imperial Guards who resigned after Saigō left the Imperial government.-Saigō Takamori (middle part, middle three-quarter face and bearded) hero of the battles that ended the Tokugawa shogunate in 1868, inaugurating the Meiji government that made Japan a modern nation. Court advisor and leader of the Seikanron faction pleading to send one last diplomatic mission, led by himself, to Korea before launching an invasion. Saigō knew the mission would fail, with its failure serving as the final justification for the Japanese invasion.-Kirino Toshiaki (middle part, back and right of Takamori) brigadier general during the early years of the Imperial Japanese Army, he joined Takamori Saigō's forces during the Satsuma Rebellion, participating in the march north to Kumamoto . Kirino stayed with Saigō until the end, where he was finally killed on the battlefield.-Iwakura Tomomi 岩倉具視 - (middle part, standing upper right) Right-wing minister who led the "Iwakura Mission", a two-year trip to visit European countries and the United States, renegotiate "unequal treaties" and gather information for the modernization of Japan. Major player in defeating Saigō's plan and preventing the invasion of Korea.-Okubo Toshimichi 大久保利通 - (right part, bearded, seated in the foreground) member of the "Iwakura mission" who sided with Iwakura against Saigō. As Minister of the Interior he suppressed the regional rebellions of the old class of samurai which ended with the rebellion of Satsuma. He was assassinated by a former samurai in 1878.-Sanjo Sanetomi (right part, seated in the foreground) imperial envoy. He sided with Iwakura in the debate against Saigō. He assumed the position of dajo daijin (Grand Minister of State) in 1871.The Seikanron Debate literally: “Conquest of Korea Debate” was an important political debate that took place in Japan in 1873.Takamori Saigō and his followers insisted that Japan confront Korea because of the latter's refusal to recognize the legitimacy of Emperor Meiji as head of state of the Empire of Japan and for having insulted and expelled the Japanese representatives sent to establish commercial and diplomatic relations. The option of war against Korea was also an ideal opportunity to occupy the thousands of idle samurai who had lost m..

BASTIN FERDINAND ( 18..-18.. ) - HUSSARDS

HUSSARDS

BASTIN FERDINAND ( 18..-18.. )

These lithographs signed Ferdinand Bastin, enhanced with watercolor and partially erased, include the uniforms of the Great Imperial Army and regiments of line under Napoleon III. They come from " Galerie militaire Uniformes français sous Napoléon III. 1855-1856-1857. Paris, Maison Martinet, Lithographie Villain"...

BASTIN FERDINAND ( 18..-18.. ) - DRAGONS

DRAGONS

BASTIN FERDINAND ( 18..-18.. )

These lithographs signed Ferdinand Bastin, enhanced with watercolor and partially erased, include the uniforms of the Great Imperial Army and regiments of line under Napoleon III. They come from " Galerie militaire Uniformes français sous Napoléon III. 1855-1856-1857. Paris, Maison Martinet, Lithographie Villain"...

BASTIN FERDINAND ( 18..-18.. ) - LANCIERS

LANCIERS

BASTIN FERDINAND ( 18..-18.. )

These lithographs signed Ferdinand Bastin, enhanced with watercolor and partially erased, include the uniforms of the Great Imperial Army and regiments of line under Napoleon III. They come from " Galerie militaire Uniformes français sous Napoléon III. 1855-1856-1857. Paris, Maison Martinet, Lithographie Villain"...

ADAM  ALBERT ( 1833-1900 ) - SAUMUR ECOLE DE CAVALERIE, TRAVAIL INDIVIDUEL

SAUMUR ECOLE DE CAVALERIE, TRAVAIL INDIVIDUEL

ADAM ALBERT ( 1833-1900 )

"Important work of a careful execution, interesting not only from the point of view of the exercises represented, but also to that of the uniforms of the cav [alery] at the end of the Second Empire"(Mennessier de la Lance). Imprimerie Lemercier Paris, 1869 Reference: Mennessier of the Lance I, 436..

LETOURMY JEAN BAPTISTE (1747-1800) - TRAIT HEROIQUE DU GENERAL BONAPARTE

TRAIT HEROIQUE DU GENERAL BONAPARTE

LETOURMY JEAN BAPTISTE (1747-1800)

Heroic trait of General Bonaparte, Commander-in-Chief of the Army of Italy Orleans, at Letourmy Librarian, [ca. 1796]. Engraved print on wood, colored with stencil 355 X 300 mm (image)430 X 360 (with the coaster)"Specialized in publishing books peddling, religious images and papers dominated, the bookseller Orleans Jean- Baptist Letourmy (1747-1800), during the Revolution, renounced the distribution of engravings representing saints or doctors of the Church, and then turned to the publication of images inspired by political or military events, in Most of the time, he copies Parisian soft-cuts, and his huge distribution network, which has about a hundred dealers in some 60 cities, contributes to the dissemination of Bonaparte's deeds. present on the bridge with Bonaparte, does not appear and that the "historical relationship" printed at the bottom of the engraving forget to mention that Bonaparte was immediately after this episode entrained in the flight of his grenades.The victory was acquired only the next day, but the Arcole bridge became one of the greatest myths of the Napoleonic legend. "in Heros, The virtual exhibition, BNFReference: BnF, Library Arsenal, Print 222 (118)..

ANONYME XVIIIè - LE SANS TORT LA FAYETTE QUITTE L'HOTEL DE VILLE POUR VERSAILLES

LE SANS TORT LA FAYETTE QUITTE L'HOTEL DE VILLE POUR VERSAILLES

ANONYME XVIIIè

Or : "Départ du général parisien pour la fameuse nuit du 5 au 6 octobre : - mes amis menez moi je vous prie couchez a Versailles"  .Ca.1791-1792.Pretty copper cut aquatint.Zoomorphic caricature mocking the delay of La Fayette, represented here as a centaur, during the days of October 5 and 6, 1789. This episode earned him the nickname of "General Morpheus" attributed by Rivarol.In the context of the revolution, during the days of October 5 and 6, 1789, a crowd, composed mainly of women, went from Paris to Versailles, to demand bread from Louis XVI as well as the replacement of his bodyguards. majesty by the National Guard, then commanded by La Fayette. In addition, the Constituent Assembly demanded that same day the ratification of the decrees relating to the constitution and the declaration of rights. At the end of these days, she ended up asking for the king to come to Paris, but on this point, Louis XVI left the night to reflect, but on October 6, he was awakened by a more vindictive crowd. Now in charge of the security of the castle, La Fayette, arrived too late at Versailles, and was unable to prevent its murderous invasion but nevertheless saved the royal family who were taken to Paris.The Constituent Assembly will be called there a few days later, on October 19...

ANONYME XIXè - NIKOLAI I EMPEREUR DE TOUTES LES RUSSIES

NIKOLAI I EMPEREUR DE TOUTES LES RUSSIES

ANONYME XIXè

Large margins, very fresh colors, some folds.1894Loubok (Russian: Лубок), or loubki in the plural, is a popular Russian print usually engraved on wood. Loubki are inspired by literature, religious and popular stories. Loubki were born around the 17th century and were sold in markets until the 1950s. They are part of the line of popular imagery that developed in Europe from the end of the 15th century, which saw flourish. many pamphlets, booklets, which are neither books nor newspapers...

ANONYME XIXè - GUILLAUME IV ROI D'ANGLETERRE

GUILLAUME IV ROI D'ANGLETERRE

ANONYME XIXè

Very beautiful and large equestrian portrait in period colors of Montbéliard printed by Deckherr. Between 1813 and 1829 Several handling folds, median fold, tiny scattered foxing, left margin cropped at the border of the subject, small tear and missing in the right margin. The Imprimerie de Deckherr is an association formed for 20 years, by contract of October 26, 1812, between the sons of the printer-bookseller of Montbéliard Jean-Théophile Deckherr (1748-1823): Théophile-Frédéric (1776-1848) , printer-bookseller in Porrentruy and Montbéliard, Rodolphe-Henri (1785-1848?), then hardware merchant in details and manufacturer of playing cards, and Léopold-Hermann (1790-18 ..), then bookseller in Porrentruy . The three brothers publish under the name : Brothers Deckherr, Deckherr brothers or simply : Deckherr printing house.  After 1832, the association seems to have reformed only occasionally...

ANONYME XIXè - PLAN D'ARCHITECTURE, PLACE D'ARMES RENTRANTE DE BASTION

PLAN D'ARCHITECTURE, PLACE D'ARMES RENTRANTE DE BASTION

ANONYME XIXè

Section and projection of a bastionWatercolor, late 19th century..

ANONYME XIXè - TROIKA

TROIKA

ANONYME XIXè

Large margins, very fresh colors, some folds.1894Loubok (Russian: Лубок), or loubki in the plural, is a popular Russian print usually engraved on wood. Loubki are inspired by literature, religious and popular stories. Loubki were born around the 17th century and were sold in markets until the 1950s. They are part of the line of popular imagery that developed in Europe from the end of the 15th century, which saw flourish. many pamphlets, booklets, which are neither books nor newspapers...

ANONYME XIXè - LECONS POUR LES EPOUX

LECONS POUR LES EPOUX

ANONYME XIXè

Large margins, very fresh colors, some folds.1894Loubok (Russian: Лубок), or loubki in the plural, is a popular Russian print usually engraved on wood. Loubki are inspired by literature, religious and popular stories. Loubki were born around the 17th century and were sold in markets until the 1950s. They are part of the line of popular imagery that developed in Europe from the end of the 15th century, which saw flourish. many pamphlets, booklets, which are neither books nor newspapers...

ANONYME XIXè - LE TSAREVITCH NIKOLAI ALEKSANDROVITCH ROMANOV

LE TSAREVITCH NIKOLAI ALEKSANDROVITCH ROMANOV

ANONYME XIXè

Large margins, very fresh colors, some folds.1894Loubok (Russian: Лубок), or loubki in the plural, is a popular Russian print usually engraved on wood. Loubki are inspired by literature, religious and popular stories. Loubki were born around the 17th century and were sold in markets until the 1950s. They are part of the line of popular imagery that developed in Europe from the end of the 15th century, which saw flourish. many pamphlets, booklets, which are neither books nor newspapers...

CHEZ JEAN, EDITEUR  ( CA.1820-1830 ) - TROMPETTES DES GUIDES

TROMPETTES DES GUIDES

CHEZ JEAN, EDITEUR ( CA.1820-1830 )

Parisian imagery on laid paper with all margins, stamped on the back of the collection of Dr Hutin.Ca.1820-1830..

CHEZ JEAN, EDITEUR  ( CA.1820-1830 ) - TYMBALIERS (SIC) DES GRENADIERS DE LA GARDE DE L'EMPEREUR

TYMBALIERS (SIC) DES GRENADIERS DE LA GARDE DE L'EMPEREUR

CHEZ JEAN, EDITEUR ( CA.1820-1830 )

Parisian imagery on laid paper bearing stamp on the back of the Dr Hutin collection.Ca.1820-1830Uniform yellowing and small tear in the upper margin...

CHEZ JEAN, EDITEUR  ( CA.1820-1830 ) - LOUIS XVI

LOUIS XVI

CHEZ JEAN, EDITEUR ( CA.1820-1830 )

Beautiful equestrian portrait of Louis XVI.Parisian imagery with all margins, bearing the double stamp on the back of the collection of Dr Hutin and another brand not listed by Lugt: "M" surmounted by a crown in a circle...

CHEZ JEAN, EDITEUR  ( CA.1820-1830 ) - TROMPETTE DU 9EME REGIMENT DE DRAGONS

TROMPETTE DU 9EME REGIMENT DE DRAGONS

CHEZ JEAN, EDITEUR ( CA.1820-1830 )

Parisian imagery on laid paper, stamped on the back of the Dr Hutin collection.Ca.1820-1830Proof cut to the limit of copper on the outer edges...

CHEZ JEAN, EDITEUR  ( CA.1820-1830 ) - MG. LE DUC D'ORLEANS, COLONEL GENERAL DE HUSSARDS

MG. LE DUC D'ORLEANS, COLONEL GENERAL DE HUSSARDS

CHEZ JEAN, EDITEUR ( CA.1820-1830 )

Beautiful equestrian portrait of Duke of Orleans.Parisian imagery with all margins, bearing the stamp on the back of the collection of Dr Hutin .Ca. 1820-1830..

CHEZ JEAN, EDITEUR  ( CA.1820-1830 ) - COMMANDANT EN CHEF DES GUIDES. INTERPRETES CAVALERIE. CONTRE L'ANGLETERRE

COMMANDANT EN CHEF DES GUIDES. INTERPRETES CAVALERIE. CONTRE L'ANGLETERRE

CHEZ JEAN, EDITEUR ( CA.1820-1830 )

Parisian imagery on laid paper with all margins, stamped on the back of the collection of Dr Hutin.Ca.1820-1830..

OGILBY JOHN ( 1600-1676 ) - SCHACH SELIM

SCHACH SELIM

OGILBY JOHN ( 1600-1676 )

Nur-ud-din Mohammad Salim (1569-1627), known by his imperial name Jahangir (conqueror of the world), was the fourth Mughal Emperor who ruled from 1605 until his death in 1627. He is considered to be one of the greatest Indian Emperors and the fourth of the Grand Mughals.. From John Ogilby's edition of Arnoldus Montanus's 'Asia', 1673...

OGILBY JOHN ( 1600-1676 ) - SCHAH ORANGZEF

SCHAH ORANGZEF

OGILBY JOHN ( 1600-1676 )

Shahab-ud-din Muhammad Khurram (January 5, 1592 - January 22, 1666) better known by his reign name Shâh Jahân (or Chah Djahan; King of the world) was the fifth Mughal emperor, who reigned from 1628 to 1658. From John Ogilby's edition of Arnoldus Montanus's 'Asia', 1673...

OGILBY JOHN ( 1600-1676 ) - SEGUM SAHEB

SEGUM SAHEB

OGILBY JOHN ( 1600-1676 )

A full length portrait of Jahanara Begum (1614-81), eldest daughter of Emperor Shah Jahan. Ogilby's text refers to her as 'Begum Saheb', 'My Lady Princess'. From John Ogilby's edition of Arnoldus Montanus's 'Asia', 1673...

BARTHELEMY ROGER ( 1767-1841 ) - TIMOR

TIMOR

BARTHELEMY ROGER ( 1767-1841 )

Naba-leba, king of Solor Island.From the set : Journey of discoveries to the southern lands by order From S.M. The Emperor Etroi, Langlois, [1807]Traces of humidity in the right outer margin...

VERNET CARLE ( 1758-1836 ) - GARDE ROYALE DRAGON, PREMIER CHEVAL LIMOUSIN
VERNET CARLE ( 1758-1836 ) - GARDE ROYALE CUIRASSIER, CHEVAL NORMAND
VERNET CARLE ( 1758-1836 ) - GARDE ROYALE CUIRASSIERS, CHEVAL NORMAND
VERNET CARLE ( 1758-1836 ) - GARDE ROYALE HUSSARDS, CHEVAL DES ARDENNES
VERNET CARLE ( 1758-1836 ) - GARDE DU CORPS, PORTE ETENDARD
TANJE PIERRE ( 1706-1760/61? ) - CORPS DE GARDE DES OFFICIERS HOLLANDOIS

CORPS DE GARDE DES OFFICIERS HOLLANDOIS

TANJE PIERRE ( 1706-1760/61? )

Print engraved in collaboration with Jan Punt (1711-1779) after Troost.1754.Le Blanc: 14..

DRANER ( RENARD JULES JOSEPH GEORGES DIT ) (1833-1926 ) - FRANCE INFANTERIE DE LIGNE TAMBOUR MAJOR

FRANCE INFANTERIE DE LIGNE TAMBOUR MAJOR

DRANER ( RENARD JULES JOSEPH GEORGES DIT ) (1833-1926 )

From the set : Types militaires, Galerie militaire de toutes les nations Paris Imprimerie Lemercier et Cie 1862-1871Scattered freckles...

SCHENCK PIETER (1660-1718/19) - MARIA ANNA, NEOBURGICA, HISPANIARUM REGINA

MARIA ANNA, NEOBURGICA, HISPANIARUM REGINA

SCHENCK PIETER (1660-1718/19)

Small traces in the upper right, two writing remains in the tablet and the bottom margin...

DUPIN PIERRE ( 1718-? ) - LOUIS XV

LOUIS XV

DUPIN PIERRE ( 1718-? )

Slight dusting mainly in the margins, two small spots in the lower right corner...

GEORGIN FRANCOIS ( 1801-1863 ) - LE RETOUR DE L'ILE D'ELBE

LE RETOUR DE L'ILE D'ELBE

GEORGIN FRANCOIS ( 1801-1863 )

Imaging on Epinal laid paper from Maison Pellerin. 1840 Proof in very fresh colors, with all margins, handling and printing folds, pinholes in the outer borders, lack in the bottom margin, traces of humidity on the right border, mainly visible on the back...

PELLERIN JEAN-CHARLES (1756-1836) - CONVOI FUNEBRE DE NAPOLEON

CONVOI FUNEBRE DE NAPOLEON

PELLERIN JEAN-CHARLES (1756-1836)

Imagery from Epinal laid paper from the Pellerin house. Proof in very fresh colors, at all margins, median folds. 1835 This engraving, atypical in Spinal's production, reveals a great mastery of composition in the service of the message it expresses. Attesting to the extent of the shock caused by the death of the Emperor, it also bears witness to the revival of the cult of Napoleon in the 1830s. Musée Epinal: Inv. D.996.1.3585.24C..

CHAPUY NICOLAS MARIE JOSEPH ( 1790-1858 ) - VUE DE LA GRANDE FACADE DU TEMPLE DE LA GLOIRE

VUE DE LA GRANDE FACADE DU TEMPLE DE LA GLOIRE

CHAPUY NICOLAS MARIE JOSEPH ( 1790-1858 )

Beautiful and fresh impression on the marking, cut to the limit of the copper in the upper margin.On December 2, 1806 from Posen, Napoleon signed the decree which ordered the construction of a temple of Glory, in honor of the soldiers of the Grande Armée, on the site of the Madeleine.This project was ultimately to be abandoned in favor of the construction of the current Church of the Madeleine...

VERNET HORACE ( 1789-1863 ) - RETOUR DE SYRIE

RETOUR DE SYRIE

VERNET HORACE ( 1789-1863 )

Proof printed by Delpech 1823 Some scattered brown spots, large margins...

CHEREAU GENEVIEVE ( EDITRICE ACTIVE CA.1787-1814 ) - BATAILLES DE WURTCHEN ET BAUTZEN

BATAILLES DE WURTCHEN ET BAUTZEN

CHEREAU GENEVIEVE ( EDITRICE ACTIVE CA.1787-1814 )

Imagery of the Veuve Chéreau rue St Jacques. Beautiful colors, foxing and dustiness mainly in the margins, cropped left angle, some pinched folds, short tears in the large margins.1813..

CHEREAU GENEVIEVE ( EDITRICE ACTIVE CA.1787-1814 ) - BATAILLE D'ESPINOSA

BATAILLE D'ESPINOSA

CHEREAU GENEVIEVE ( EDITRICE ACTIVE CA.1787-1814 )

Imagery of the Veuve Chéreau rue St Jacques. Beautiful colors, scattered foxing, handling folds, old restored tear at the bottom of the proof, margin net. Ca.1810..

BOULAY JEAN-CHARLES ( 1799 - 18-- ) - NICOLAS I EMPEREUR DE RUSSIE

NICOLAS I EMPEREUR DE RUSSIE

BOULAY JEAN-CHARLES ( 1799 - 18-- )

Very beautiful and large equestrian portrait in period colors of Montbéliard printed by Deckherr. The lower margin made up of a parade of Russian grenadiers. 1829 Some scattered rednesses, some oblique folds, median fold and small holes along the left border, fold in the right angle, ink smear in the lower part. The Imprimerie de Deckherr is an association formed for 20 years, by contract of October 26, 1812, between the sons of the printer-bookseller of Montbéliard Jean-Théophile Deckherr (1748-1823): Théophile-Frédéric (1776-1848) , printer-bookseller in Porrentruy and Montbéliard, Rodolphe-Henri (1785-1848?), then hardware merchant in details and manufacturer of playing cards, and Léopold-Hermann (1790-18 ..), then bookseller in Porrentruy . The three brothers publish under the name : Brothers Deckherr, Deckherr brothers or simply : Deckherr printing house.  After 1832, the association seems to have reformed only occasionally...

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