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The Wenceslaus Hollar Collection
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Sports, Natural History -- Sports -- Hounds, etc., after van Avont
Heraldry, Numismatics, Ornament -- Orders Of Chivalry And Coats Of Arms -- Arms in stained glass windows in Dugdale's Antiquities of Warwickshire
Portraits -- Unidentified Or Uncertain Portraits, Heads, And Caricatures -- Portraits of women without artist's name or identification (square or rectangular)
Geography and Maps -- Plans and Views: Europe, Asia, China, Africa, America -- Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands, etc. -- German Views [2nd set]
Geography and Maps -- Plans and Views: Europe, Asia, China, Africa, America -- Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands, etc. -- Separate prints of places in Europe in alaphabetical order
Geography and Maps -- Plans and Views: Europe, Asia, China, Africa, America -- France, Italy, etc. -- Roman ruins, after Sebastian Vrancx
Geography and Maps -- Plans and Views: Europe, Asia, China, Africa, America -- Views in the British Isles -- English views [3rd set]
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The fables of Aesop / paraphras'd in verse, and adorn'd with sculpture ; by John Ogilby.
Fables, Early works to 1800
Plates engr. by P. Lombart, W. Hollar and D.D.D, based on designs by Franz Cleyn., One plate numbered "14/15".
The history of St. Paul's Cathedral in London : from its foundation untill these times : extracted out of originall charters, records, leiger books, and other manuscripts : beautified with sundry prospects of the Church, figures of tombes and monuments / by William Dugdale.
Plates by W. Hollar.
The dance of death : illustrated in forty-eight plates / by John Holbein.
Added t.p., illustrated., "Sketch of the life of Holbein": p. -11., Each plate accompanied by leaf with descriptive letterpress., Plates are copies of the Deuchar engravings (after Hollar), with Diepenbeek's borders.
The dance of death : in painting and in print / by T. Tindall Wildridge ... ; with woodcuts.
Plates are counted in numbering., One of 60 coloured copies., Plates are by Bewick after Holbein and Hollar.