- Museum number
- Object: De Inventeur der Wind Negotie op zyn Zegekar
A broadside satirising John Law and his investment schemes; with an etching showing in the middle ground Law seated in a carriage holding a standard of the Mississippi Company, the carriage being pulled by two almost featherless cocks, in the foreground a broken carriage; with engraved Dutch lettering and with Dutch letterpress title and verses in two columns. (n.p.: )
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Height: 218 millimetres (image)
Height: 260 millimetres (printed area)
Width: 188 millimetres (image)
Width: 357 millimetres (printed area)
- Curator's comments
- For another impression of this print, see "Het Groote Tafereel Der Dwaasheid", vol. I, BM 1868-8-8-9656, location 298.c.4.
BM Satires states that the first state of this engraving was a 1706 satire on the Duke de Vendôme and the capitulation of Menin (BM Satires 1456). This print could not be located under Broadsides D+F 1706 Imp.
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
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