ALL ITEMS: 'Wagner--Johann-Christoph


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314Antique engraving- sailing ship firing at sea monsters by FurttenbachDetailsWagner, Johann Christoph1684
Untitled - Ship firing on attacking sea serpents
Wagner, Johann Christoph
1684
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$800.00Wagner--Johann-ChristophUntitled---Ship-firing-on-attacking-sea-serpentsHighly decorative, whimsical, rare antique wood-block nautical engraving of a sailing ship firing at sea monsters on both sides of the vessel. Ship bears an ensign of a forearm bearing a sword. A great chance to have a plate that was first published in Furtenbach's very scarce 1629 classic of naval architecture "Architectura Navalis" . <BR> </BR> Note: Seller has attributed the source as Wagner's "Delineatio Provinciarum Pannoniae et Imperii Turciciin Oriente Eine Grundrichtige Beschreibung deß ganzen Aufgangs", published in Augsburg 1684. "N4" at upper left.
323Engraving by Furttenbach of a Maltese galleyDetailsWagner, Johann Christoph1684
Untitled - Maltese galley
Wagner, Johann Christoph
1684
LOC:0
$0.00Wagner--Johann-ChristophUntitled---Maltese-galleySOLD<BR> </BR> Highly decorative, whimsical, rare antique wood-block print of a Maltese galley . This detailed plate shows a galley with 27 oars per side and 5 men to each oar, making it among the largest galleys of its time. Soldier mass on the bow platform above cannon as the oarsmen are motivated by overseers threatening them with long poles. (The union shop-steward is not identified :) . An opportunity to own a plate that was first published in Furttenbach's very scarce 1629 classic of naval architecture "Architectura Navalis" . Early depictions of galleys from Malta are uncommon. <BR> </BR> Note: Original seller has attributed the source as Wagner's "Delineatio Provinciarum Pannoniae et Imperii Turcici in Oriente Eine Grundrichtige Beschreibung deß ganzen Aufgangs", published in Augsburg 1684. "N1" at upper left.
324Engraved print of a 17th century ship firing cannon by FurttenbachDetailsWagner, Johann Christoph1684
Untitled - Kriegsschiff
Wagner, Johann Christoph
1684
LOC:0
$400.00Wagner--Johann-ChristophUntitled---KriegsschiffAntique print of a decorative 3 masted sailing vessel firing stern cannon. This early wood-block print shows a early 17th century vessel of war. Interesting feature of this time period are the six crows nests. These would have been used in battle to hurl stones, javelins and even caustic substances down on the heads of the opposition forces. An opportunity to own a plate that was first published in Furttenbach's very scarce 1629 classic of naval architecture "Architectura Navalis" . Interesting rigging! <BR> </BR> Note: Seller has attributed the source as Wagner's "Delineatio Provinciarum Pannoniae et Imperii Turcici in Oriente Eine Grundrichtige Beschreibung deß ganzen Aufgangs", published in Augsburg 1684. "N3" at upper left.