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Auction 190, Lot 680

"Zee-Slagh Tusschen de Hr. Admiraal Michiel de Ruiter en de Hr. Prins Robbert en Graaf de Estree...", Stoopendaal, Daniel

Subject: Prints - Ships

Period: 1691 (circa)


Color: Hand Color

19.9 x 10.3 inches
50.5 x 26.2 cm
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Incredible panorama depicting the battle of Kijkduin, in which Admiral de Ruyter defeated the combined fleets of the English and French on August 21, 1673. Lord M. de Ruyter was a famous admiral of the Dutch navy, who spent much of his life fighting the English. The sea is literally filled with ships all the way to the horizon and the water is littered with lifeboats, drowning sailors and debris. There are 115 ships numbered and identified with the names of their captains, and several others without identification.


Condition: A

A sharp impression, issued folding with a couple of minor spots, marginal soiling, and a tiny centerfold separation at bottom that has been closed on recto with old paper.

Estimate: $275 - $350

Sold for: $200

Closed on 11/16/2022