verses. [8vo. 5l. 7s 6d. ; another square, 3l. 15s.—S.]
Ludoica Juliana Comes Nassoviæ, &c. in a round.
Sir Philip Sidney. [Doubtful.]
The Earl of Essex on horseback. [Doubtful, probably by W. Passe.]
Thomas Percius, nobilis Anglus, conspirationis A MDCV. initæ, princeps. C. Van de Pass exc. See a description of this rare print in Ames, p. 134. There is also a print in quarto of the seven conspirators. [" Hæc est prima et originalis editio Thomæ Percy." Hat and ruff, an oval frame of snakes and cockatrices. At the bottom a powder- barrel, and at the corners the circum- stances of the powder-plot, 25l. 14s.—S.]
A collection of 200 emblems for George Wither. [These engravings in their original state were published at Arn- heim, with a frontispiece and a por- trait of Rollenhagius, who originally composed the emblems. Wither pur- chased the plates, which were much worn, for his own work.]
A set of cuts for Ovid's Metamorphoses, the title of which is, Pub. Ovidii Nasonis xv. Metamorphoseon librorum figuræ elegantissimæ à Cris- pino Passæo laminis æneis incisæ, 1607.
Four large and handsome prints of Dives and Lazarus. The first only is executed by the father ; the rest are by a younger son, called Crispin like- wise, as is the following :—
Frederic, Elector Palatine, young; oval, size of a large octavo, with martial trophies. Crispin Passæus jun. figu. et sculps.
William Perkins, in the Heröologia.
Alexander More. (Dubious.)
James I. under an arch, his head crowned with laurel, and holding a sceptre, 12l. 10s.—S.
Ditto, with his queen, Anne of Denmark. Frederick and Elizabeth, King and Queen of Bohemia, under arches.
Ditto, with diadems and sceptres supported by angels, 4to.
The other children of Crispin Pass were—
who engraved a very rare print, which the Earl of Oxford bought with the collection of Sir Simonds Dewes, and of which Vertue gives this account: It was a printed sheet, containing the family of James I. and entitled, Triumphus Jacobi regis augustæque ipsius prolis. The king sitting on his throne with his regalia; on the right the queen and Prince Henry leaning on skulls, to intimate they were dead ; on his left, Prince Charles, with his hand on a book, that lay on a table ; an angel above, holding two crowns. Near Prince Charles stand the King and Queen of Bohemia, and before them their seven children. At the bottom of the sheet several Latin and English verses. W. G. scripsit. Will. Pass sculpsit. illustris. Jaco. R. Principique Carolo D. D. eorumque licentiâ et favore excu. Joan. Bill. 2 [Sold for 30l. 9s.]____________________