Ridinger, Johann Elias (Ulm 1698 – Augsburg 1767). This stag with this wondrous antlers (periwig antlers) has been hunted by Ferdinand Carl Arch Duke of Austria in valley and mountains at Mittenwald (recte Mittewald) between Brixen and Sterrin in the Aimer on August 20, 1653, and delivered to Innsbruck. Lying to the left on the banks of River Eisack (?). Toned lithograph by Hermann Menzler printed by A. Renaud for L. J. Heymann in Berlin. (1863-65.) Inscribed: Gez. v. J. E. Ridinger, lith. v. H. Menzler, otherwise in German as before. 13½ × 8⅞ in (34.2 × 22.5 cm).
(Joh. El. Ridinger’s Hunting Album) III/3. – Cf. Thienemann 329. – From the “Collection of Rare Deer Antlers Abnormities and Deer Pictures” listed as 3rd part. – The whole rare set almost unknown to literature and comprising 80 leaves, though practically to be completed just peu à peu. – On buff wide-margined paper. – In the pictorial effect corresponding to that of the aquatint technique not used by Ridinger anymore. Here then after sheet 87 of his Most Wondrous Deer and
decidedly an enrichment for the collection .
Offer no. 12,403 / EUR 322. / export price EUR 306. (c. US$ 370.) + shipping
also see Ridinger’s own etching of this sujet
Presently available here :
77 (of 80) tinted lithographs
in optically quite particular-fine garb
as well as
“ It’s a truly one-of-a-kind very special item and I congratulate you on having the resources to have found it … You indeed have some wonderful things for sale.
These (ship) plans are indeed an exceptional find, Jan Hendrik, and I THANK YOU for making them available for sale. They are truly unique … Also – may I compliment you on your fantastic website display of the … plans – It is among the most professional and informative website I have ever seen! Mit Vielen Dank!!
Just a quick note to let you know your beautifully packed parcel arrived Friday in excellent condition due to your careful work. THANK YOU for wrapping it so well – certainly better than I could do – and that says a lot. It’s has been a real pleasure working with you … “
(Mr. M. W., from February 3 to March 7, 2011)