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Damien Hirst (British, born 1965) Round from In a Spin, the Action of the World on Things, Volume 1 Etching in colours, 2002, on wove paper, from an edition of 68 (the sets were numbered on the colophon page), signed in pencil, printed at Hope (Sufferance) Press, London, published by The Paragon Press, London, the full sheet, in good condition Sheet 915 x 710mm.

Bruce Nauman (American, born 1941) The Wisconsin Sequicentennial Project three etchings with drypoint, 2001, on wove paper, each signed, dated and numbered 17/125 in pencil, published by Andrew Balkin Editions, Wisconsin, the full sheets, all in very good condition Largest plate 458 x 604mm., Sheet 572 x 790mm.

Damien Hirst (British, born 1965) Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD) Lambda inkjet print in colours, 2000, on glossy wove paper, signed in black pen, numbered from the edition of 300 on the reverse, published by Eyestorm, London, the full sheet, in good conditionSheet 1070 x 1270mm.

Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn (Dutch, 1606-1669) Christ disputing with the doctors: A Sketch Etching and drypoint, 1652, a fine impression but somewhat later of New Hollstein's first state (of two), with marks along the upper and right edges of the plate, before the mezzotint rework, on laid paper, with watermark Seven Provinces, trimmed to the platemark, in very good conditionPlate 126 x 214mm. (unframed)

Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn (Dutch, 1606-1669) Self-Portrait in a velvet cap with plume Etching, 1638, a good impression of New Hollstein's second state (of four), on laid paper, with partial unidentified watermark, trimmed to the platemark, a few tiny rust spots, in good condition Plate 134 x 103mm.

Giovanni Battista Piranesi (Italian, 1720-1778) Grotteschi The complete set of four etchings with engraving and drypoint, 1745-47, on laid papers, watermarks Fleur-de-Lys in a circle, The Skeletons (R. 21) second state (of five),The Triumphal Arch (R.22) first state (of five), The Tomb of Nero (R. 23) third state (of six) and The Monumental Tablet (R. 24) second state (of four), a uniform set of fine impressions, printing with strong contrasts and clarity, from the Second Edition, First Issue, printed in Rome, circa 1750, with wide margins, all with the usual central vertical fold, R.22 with two skilfully repaired tears in the top right margin, some scattered pale foxing, generally all in very good condition Plate 390 x 540mm, Sheet 494 x 675 (4 unframed)

Dancker Danckerts (Dutch, 1634-1666) The Crystal vase of Emperor Ferdinand III in the Treasury in Vienna Etching, 1655, a very good impression of this rare print, on laid paper, trimmed just inside the borderline, in good conditionSheet 485 x 332mm. (unframed)

Pieter Fransz. de Grebber (Dutch, circa 1600-circa 1652) St Mary Magdalene The rare etching, on laid paper, with thread margins, plate 195 x 273mm, together with Raffaello Schiaminossi after Luca Cambiaso St Mary Magdalene carried to the heavens by angels (B.91), 1612, with the address of Pietro Stefanoni, on laid paper, trimmed to the plate in places or with thread margins, plate 277 x 196mm, both in good condition (2 unframed)

Jacques Bellange (French, born circa 1575-1638) The Raising of Lazarus Etching and engraving, circa 1630, on laid paper, with watermark Bunch of Grapes and countermark A.I.R, trimmed to the borderline, with two skilfully repaired tears in the lower half of the sheet and one at the centre right edge, pale time stainingSheet 445 x 306mm. (unframed)

Francois Robert Ingouf (French, 1747-1812) La Fille confusé Etching and engraving after Greuze, 1773, a proof before letters, on heavy laid paper, with small margins, plate 360 x 388mm; together with two Abraham Bosse etching and engravings, Donner à manger (D.50) and Donner à boire (D.51) from The Seven Acts of Mercy, circa 1635, first states (of two), with the names of the artist and the publisher Le Blond, on watermarked laid, with margins, plate 260 x 332mm, with faint time staining and small paper repairs to the Bosse etchings, otherwise in good condition (3 unframed)

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