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Enjoy these historical prints of various legal professions. All prints are in good condition unless otherwise mentioned. Please contact us if you are looking for a particular profession or trade.
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"Je ne cous cacherai pas que mont client est un coquin"
Attorney in his summation (final speech)
I won't conceal from you, that my client is a Pascal -
Ich werde ihnen nicht verheimlichen, dass mein Mandant ein Spitzbube ist
Black ink drawing with spare use of color
Monogram at bottom right: AD
On grayish paper. Laid down on cardboard
Possibly executed in style of an exiting paragon.
Minimal traces of age and use.
49 x 31,5 cm (ca. 19.3 x 12.4")
$ 750.00 (Please look for discount at top of this page. Here: 40% = $ 450.00)
Oreder Nr. LEGAL252136
"The Lawsuit Die Rechtsverhandlung"
Fine steel engraving by A.H. Payne after a painting by Ch. Pauditz ca 1850.
Image: 12 x 18 cm ( 4.7 x 7 ")
Order Nr. LEGALPROFESSION244842
"Suisse 16eme Siecle. Avoyer et sa Domestique"
Bailiff, Gerichtsvollzieher, Schultheiss
Lithograph by Godefroy Engelmann (1788-1839)
After the drawing by Jean Victor Vincent Adam (1801-1866)
Paris, ca. 1840
Minor signs of age and use in margins.
Order Nr. LEGALPROFESSION245715
Summery of the German text below image: It is a sad but necessary action to write a testament. But it serves the dying as well as the survivors. In this way the living will learn about the belongings they inherit and the dying know who will inherit their belongings after their life has ended.Continued text with details on reverse side.
A young notary helps to set up the testament of an old man, who dictates details. An old servant brings in a jewelry necklace.
Anonymous woodcut. Ca. 1550
Hardly any traces of age and use. Reverse side collector's stamp. Right margin with some minor blemishes.
9,8 x 15,5 cm (ca. 3.9 x 6.1")
$ 280.00 ( see discount above! )
Order Nr. LEGAL252253
"Das Testament" (Notary public opening testament)
An impressive, large folio size print. Very appropriate as occupationally relevant wall decoration for a notary's office. The heirs' expectations and suspicions very well expressed.
Type of print: Lithograph
Lithographen: Johann Woelfle (1807-1893)
After the painting by: David Wilkie (1785-1841)
Published in: Paintings in the Pinakothek Munich and in the Gallery in Schleissheim
Published by: Piloty and Loehle. Munich, 1833-40
Condition: Very Good
Image: 41 x 61,5 cm (ca. 16.1 x 24.2")
Sheet: 55 x 80 cm (ca. 21.7 x 31.5")
Order Nr. LEGALPROFESSION241251
"Le Secretaire de Village"
Wood engraving after Franz Meerts 1881. Reverse side is printed.
25 x 19 cm ( 9.8 x 7.4 ")
Order Nr. LEGALPROFESSION247264
"Die Rechtsverhandlung" Legal consultation. A high class lady seeks advice from an attorney.
Very well hand-colored lithograph by Franz Hanfstaengl (1804-1877)
after the painting by Christoph Pauditz (1630-1666)
Lithograph is printed on China
paper and rolled upon strong paper. Very light general age
Dry stamp of publisher at bottom center. Published by Hanfstaengl in his monumental grand folio size work: DresdenGallery
Hanfstaengl produced 195 lithographs for this enormous work. Munich, 1835-1852
34 x 51 cm (ca. 13,4 x 20")
Order Nr. LEGALPROFESSION247481
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