Centsprent: Den dappren krijgers die gij hier in prent aanschouwt, / Werd vrijheids edle zaak vereerend toevertrouwd … N. 33.

Children’s print of the Dutch infantry and cavalry in two rows. The top row shows an officer and seven almost identical members of the infantry with bayonets on their muskets. In the bottom row are four soldiers on horseback.

Deventer, J. de Lange (1818 – 1845); via Mindermann & Co., Amsterdam, whose address is mentioned on the print: ‘Te Amterdam, bij Mindermann en Comp., in de Bergstraat’; numbered ‘No. 33.’ in the upper right corner.

2 woodcut illustrations (each ca. 125 x 330 mm) on paper, hand coloured with orange and brown; 4 verses in letterpress; total: 330 x 430 mm; Pro Patria Watermark; folded three times, damaged and torn along the folds.

Meyer p. 205, Boerma p. 777 (Lange 33).

Incl. BTW  121,00

Excl. BTW  100,00

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