- Also known as
Clement de Jonghe
primary name: Jonghe, Clement de
other name: De Jonghe, Clement
other name: Ionghe, Clemendt
other name: Jonge, Clement de
- individual; publisher/printer; dealer/auction house; Dutch; Male
- Life dates
- initially near the St Anthonisgate on the Nieuwe Waag
'in de Calverstraat inde gekroonde konst en kaert-winckel' (from 1658 to 1679, originally rented, then purchased in 1668)
- One of the biggest print and map dealers and publishers in Amsterdam in his day. In business from 1647 when he married Jacomijntje Jacobs. It is probable that during Rembrandt' s lifetime, he acquired seventy-four of his copper plates.The business was continued by his widow, until 1679 when the house and its contents was sold by auction.
- Inventory of 1679 drawn up on his death published by Jan van der Waals, 'Prenten in de Gouden Eeuw', Rotterdam 2006, appendix 3, pp.206-15.
Frans Laurentius, 'CdJ, Kunstverkoper in de Gouden Eeuw', Houten 2010 (documents, including publication of 1679 inventory, with stock of 3,223 copperplates and 68,952 prints and books)