Centsprent: [Belgian Revolution / Belgische Opstand 1830]. No. 79.

Popular print with several events from the Belgian Revolution (Belgische opstand) of 1830, such as the death of Jan Lewe van Aduard, a Schout-bij-nacht. Apparently the people in Deventer did not judge the rebels kindly; the fifth verse reads: ‘Gij vecht voor ‘t belgisch laf gebroed, o Onberaden Gallen; Voor Neêrlands vast besloten moed Zal menig uwer vallen’.

Deventer, J. de Lange (1818 – 1845); via Mindermann & Co, whose address is mentioned on the print: ‘Te Amsterdam, bij Mindermann en Comp., in de Bergstraat’, numbered ‘No. 79.’ in the upper right corner.

16 woodcut illustrations (each ca. 48 x 68 mm) on paper, hand coloured with blue, yellow and red; above each image a caption and under each image a 4-line verse; total: 430 x 34 mm; folded twice, damaged and torn folds, restored with tape on verso.
Meyer p. 207, Boerma p. 778 (Lange 79).

Incl. BTW  151,25

Excl. BTW  125,00

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