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CHARLES T. YERKES COLLECTION
Sale, American Art Galleries, April - 1910
(Number in parenthesis means Catalogue de Luxe)
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115. (Private property of Mr. Jacques Seligmann) Rembrandt (84)
Joris de Coulery  $34,500

"It belonged to the Chevaliers Quarles van Ufford, of the Hague, for over a century, who received it into their halls through the marriage of an old and noble family of Dordrecht, who were heirs of the De Coulery Family. For charitable purposes it was exhibited in 1867 in Amsterdam; at Arti et Amicitia, in 1881; at The Hague, with the collection of H.H.M.M. the King and Queen of Holland, in their palace; and in 1882, in the exposition Neerlandaise de Beaux-Arts Organisée au bénéfice de la Société Neerlandaise de Bienfaisance de Bruxelles.
Signed on the right hand side: "Rt. van Ryn, 1632."
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120. Seligmann & Co.  F. Hals (36)
The Singers  $33.500
"From the sale of Coupry-Dupri, Paris, 1811. From the collection of S.A.S. Monseigneur le Duc d'Arenberg."
^[[Private property Arnold Seligmann]]

133. Seligmann & Co.  De Hooch (50)
The Music Party  $7.400
"From the Schall collection at Baden."
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157. Seligmann & Co.  I. van Ostade (74)
The Itinerant Musician  $1,000
"Engraved by Gilbert in the Gazette des Beaux Arts, 1871. Exhibited Royal Academy London, 1880. Described in Smith's Catalogue Raisonné, Part I, page 135, No 101, supplement No 57. From collections M. Peter Locquet, Amsterdam 1783. M. de Calonne, Paris, 1788; M. Montaleau, Paris, 1802; M. Van den Schrieck, Louvain 1861; M. Viardot, Paris 1863; Max Kann, Paris." 
^[[Private property Jacques Seligmann]]
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