18th Century Engraving showing Janroodenpoortstoren in Amsterdam

18th Century Engraving showing Janroodenpoortstoren in Amsterdam

Code: AA-091

Dimensions:

W: 33cm (13")H: 25.5cm (10")

£100.00 Approx $137.55, €117.1, £100
Qty 

Copper engraved etching of old Amsterdam. The Jan Roodenpoortstoren was a building on the corner of Singel and Torensteeg in the centre of Amsterdam. Sadly, the tower was demolished in 1829 due to its neglected state. Image size: 33 x 25.5. cm. Total item size: 44 x 36 cm.

In a very good condition. On heavy watermarked paper. Sold without frame. Nice deep impression, with small rust mark to bottom (not effecting the image). Top of item has been cut quite close (possible to limit a tear). Slight water stain to bottom right (again not effecting the image). A few small closed tears to very edges. 

Delineator: Jan de Beijer. Engraved by Paul van Liender. Published by P. Fouquet Jnr in 1760.