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    [Featured Lot]. [Wenceslaus Hollar]. Group of Eleven Folio Prints from Ogilby's Aesop. 1665-1668. Krown & Spellman retail: $1000. Includes: 1. The Old Hound and his Master. 2. The Dog and the Thief. 3. The Dog and the Ass. 4. The Peasant and the Snake. 5. The Woodman. 6. The Stag in the Cowshed. 7. The Belly and the Members. 8. The Foresters and the Bear. 9. The Wolf and the Sow. 10. The Hawk and the Nightingale. 11. [Unidentified, numbered 51, Man Stabbing Lion with Dinner Party and Wolf in Background]. Each measuring approximately 16 x 10 inches. All prints with large margins. Some foxing, creasing and chipping with some closed tears and loss along edges not affecting images. Some with repairs on verso. Overall very good. From the Krown & Spellman Collection.

    Pennington: 348. 350. 353. 361-362. 368. 371. 383. 388.

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    April, 2015
    9th Thursday
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