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- - Privately printed satirical broadsheet on the French in The Neherlands during the War of the First Coalition (1792-1797).

A broadside on the attempted seduction of the Netherlands by France; with an engraving showing an allegory, in the centre an Orange tree guarded by a lion, on the left a mermaid trying to entice the lion, above is an owl carrying a letter, a branch, and a sword, on the R a clergymen and a cock; underneath this image a small engraving with two grotesque faces; with letterpress French and Dutch verses and texts in two columns, and with one vertical segment of type ornament Anonymous, 'Gedrukt voor den auteur', ca. 1747l Engraving and letterpress on paper; total: 468 x 320 mm; This print has also been dated as 1794 (see Muller), but van Stolk states that this is wrong (see explanations in Stolk) Ref van Stolk 3663; Muller 1863-1882 3858 (date: 1747); Muller 1863-1882 5229
EUR 575.00 [Appr.: US$ 624.04 | £UK 492 | JP¥ 93905] Book number 61354

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