Is it really necessary
to have 3 Guesses – Who is it ?
Hoogstraten, Samuel van (1627 Dordrecht 1678). Curiosity. Well, who anyway, these days. Here thus with searching-serious look, glossed over by fur cap, looking through the open wing of a lead glass window
having in view
each single transparent citizen
of the fiscal community and the community of states. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. Inscribed: SH (ligated) 1653 in the picture itself / Belvedere / S. van Hoogstraten pinxt. / W. French sc. / Druck u. Verlag v. A. H. Payne, Leipzig u. Dresden, otherwise in German-English as above. 7⅜ × 5⅛ in (18.8 × 12.9 cm). – Still with the full platemark (11¾ × 8⅜ in (30 × 21.3 cm]) as only rarely with steel engravings.
Offer no. 15,295 / EUR 68. (c. US$ 82.) + shipping
“ Yes please. I take that (further) copy.
I have now fetched the (last) parcel at the post office and I was very pleased. First of all: thank you for making so good parcel. I hate when I receive damaged copies because of bad envelopes. So once again: thank you very much for handling the items with such care! For me that is another word for seriousness and professionalism.
It was also a good copy and I liked it very much.
Please let me know if there is more items coming up ”
(Mrs. G. H., June 19, 2006)