- Museum number
- Object: Opkomts, midden, en geen eynde van den doortrapte Jan Lauw.
A broadside satirising John Law and the collapse of various investment schemes; with an etching showing eighteen images on John Law and in his life, in the centre a larger image showing an open city square with John Law taking leave of the Duke of Orleans, in the background troops; at the top centre and oval with a portrait of John Law, each side flanked by a spider's web, at the border of the print sixteen smaller images; with Dutch engraved title, seventeen couplets, and verses in four columns. (n.p.: )
- Production date
Height: 288 millimetres (etching)
Width: 378 millimetres (etching)
- Curator's comments
- The first word of the title should read "Opkomst".
Muller states that this is "a much altered copy of Muller 2751 showing James II being received by Louis XIV at St Germain".
For other impression, see "Het Groote Tafereel Der Dwaasheid", Vol II, BM 1868-8-8-9696 (location 298.c.4).
This print has been removed from the bound volume kept at 298.c.3, for which see 1858,0213.86.50-73.
- Not on display
- Associated events
- Associated Event: South Sea Bubble 1720
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- This is one of a number of prints in this series that has lost its sub-number, and has been temporarily allocated a letter to distinguish it. It may later become possible to allocate a number rather than a letter.
- Prints and Drawings
- Registration number