The Montias Database of 17th Century Dutch Art Inventories

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Hoorn, Jacques van


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Inventory #110
Call Number1811B Fol.963-995 film 2078
Date1642/07/20
CityAmsterdam
CountryNederland
TypeNotarial
Purposedeath inventory
Family NameHoorn
Owner NameHoorn, Jacques van
Owner Noteslate husband of Sofia van den Braende (Bremde), earlier widower of Margrita van der Poort
Life Dates? |d 1642/07/20
Marriage Date1633/01/15
Type of CeremonyPui
OccupationMerchant (largescale)
ResidenceAmsterdam
ReligionReformed/Calvinist
IntroductionInventaris van de goederen, meubelen ende effecten, gout en vergult werck bevonden in den sterfhuijs van d'E. Jacques van Hoorn zal. gedaen ten versoecke van Sofia van den Braende, de selfs weduwe, mitsgaders d'E. Petrus Wittewrongel dienaer des goddelyckes worts binnen deser stede ende Guillame van Hoorn gestelde voogden over de nagelaten kinderen van de selve Jacques van Hoorn... Postscript: Aldus geinventariseert ten sterfhuijs voors. by my Albert Eggericx notaris publick ter presentie van Isack van Neck en Constantijn Cruijpenninck als getuijgen den 20 juli 1642.
CommentaryOn 2 September 1621, Jacques van Hoorn and Margriet van der Voort (Poort?) had their son baptized in the O.K. in the presence of Machtelt de Bye and Guilliam van Hoorn (Jacques's brother) (DTB 5/362). On 15 January 1633, Jacques van Hoorn, from Antwerp, widower of Margriete van der Poort, living on the N.Z. Voorburgwal, was betrothed to Sophie van de Brando (Branden), from Vlissinge near Middelburgh (DTB 765/18). On 27 January 1629, the honorable signors Jacques and Guillaume van Horne (Hoorn), brothers, on one side, and Guillaume van Scharenburch, on the other, signed a contract to set up a company for dealing in silk. Jacques and Guillaume undertook to supply 10,000 f., Van Scharenburch, 5,400 f. Van Scharenburch was expected to keep store and trade in silk in his name alone without using the names of his partners. To this end, they undertook to lease the house of Dirck Hem in the Pijlsteeg (which they had already done). The contract was slated to expire in 1633 (Van Dillen, Bronnen tot de geschiedenis van het bedrijfsleven R.G.P. 78(1933), pp. 670-2). Dirck Hem died before March 1637 (exact date unknown) whem Abraham Anthonisz., sollicitor (of R 2033 of Montias2), was named in a procuration by Jonckgesel Ernst van Reede, heer van de Vryes, to collect assets from the heirs of Dirck Hem (NA 952, Not. B. Baddel). By 5 September 1637, Hans van (der) Put and Jeronimus Heesters had been named guardians of the bankrupt estate of Dirck Hem (NA 598, Not. Lamberti, fol. 322). On 26 February 1636, Abraham Doreneux (Doremieux), sworn broker, gave a deposition at the request of Jacques and Guillaume van Hoorne, merchants, in which he declared that they had sold to Jean Minuict a bag of silk for 37 schellingen per pound, to pay in 9 months. Some time later Minuict found that he could not sell the silk (NA 411, fol. 73, Not. Jacob Jacobsz.) On 15 January 1636, Jean de Ligne, 37, caffa worker, declared at the request of Jacques and Guillaume van Hoorne, merchants, that he had entered into a contract with Abraham de Ligne de oude (of R 21482) for the creation of a company to produce caffa cloth. Abraham de Ligne undertook to hold the books and finance the operation; Jean de Ligne would produce the cloth. Jean had bought, on order of Abraham de Ligne, three lots of silk, which he had then processed for the account of the company. He swore he had not bought silk from any one else, except one lot from Andries Quast, silk spinner (NA 413A, fol. 51, Not. Nicolaes Jacobsz.) In an insinuatie dated 11 February 1638, the brothers Jacques and Guilliam van Hoorn, together with Pieter Cruypenning (on whom see R 941 of Montias1), protested the failure of the merchant Jan Butler to pay a debt (NA 417, film 6434, Not. Jacob Jacobsz.) On 4 February 1639, Jacques van Hoorn and Sophia van den Brande named Daniel van den Branden in Vlissingen in Zeeland to act in their name regarding the inheritance left by the late Jacob van den Brande (NA 419A, fol. 149). In another insinuation, dated 24 March 1640, Jacques van Hoorn, director of the W.I.C., claimed that the late Urseltge van Essen, the former wife of Arent Bosman (wine dealer), had specified in her testament that he, Jacques van Hoorn, would be one of the executors of her testament, along with Jacob Bosman, the son of Arent Bosman (NA 421, fol. 254, Not. Jacob Jacobsz., film 6438.) For the testament of Arent Bosman and Urseltge van Essen, see NA 413A of 30 January 1636. Urseltge van Essen was the sister of the painter Hans van Essen, of R 24928 of Montias2. On 25 July 1626, the Orphan Chamber had named Pieter Hermansz., wine dealer, along with Arent Bosman, as guardian over the son of Pieter Hermansz. (WK 5073/513, fol. 46vo.) On 14 February 1650, Lucretia Coymans (of INVNO 1040), widow and estate holder of Pieter Cruypenninck, acknowledged having received to her contentement all the books, charters, and papers out of the hands of Sr. Guilliam van Hooren which she had placed in his hands (NA 1818, Not. Eggericx). Jacques van Hoorn and Sophia van den Bremde apparently came from Zeeland or Zeeuws-Vlanderen. On 28 February 1643, Mr. Nicolaes van Hoorn, from Middelburg, was betrothed with Maria van Hoornbeck. The witnesses were Petronella van Hoornbeck, Jacques van Hoorn, and Catelijntje Sonnius (Nederlandsche Leeuw 37(1919), col. 62, Extracts from the marriage registers of Zeeuwsch-Vlanderen). The couple had a son named Samuel (portrait in R 454 of Montias2). Guillaume van Hoorn, cited in the INTRO, survived his brother Jacques. Constantijn Cruijpenninck who witnessed the inventory was the son of Pieter Cruijpenninck and of Lucretia Coymans, at whose request works of art belonging to Johannes de Renialme were inventoried in 1640 (INVNO 1040). For Lucretia Coymans's inventory, see INVNO 1192. A second inventory of the possessions held in common by Jacques van Hoorn and Sophia van den Branden was taken on 20 July 1642, with appraisals. The paintings were appraised by Franchois Nieulandt and Daniel Bisschop. The introduction of this inventory was as follows: Inventarisatie ende taxatie van de meubelen ende huijsraet bevonden int sterfhuijs van de E. Jacques van Hoorn za. die juffr. Sophia van den Branden de selffde naegelaten weduwe in gevolge van den huywelijcke voorwaerden met de selve haer overleden man aengegaen aen haer sal behouden. This inventory, like the earlier one, was made at her request and that of Petrus Wittewrongel and of Guilliam van Hoorn as guardians over the children of Jacques van Hoorn. The inventory was made in the presence and under the supervision of Isack and Constantijn Cruypenninck (NA 1811, film 2078, fol. 1081 to fol. 1097). The appraisals and attributions made in the second inventory (as well as any significant changes in subject description) have been added to the entries in the present inventory (NA 1811, film 2078, fol. 1081).
NotaryEggericx, Albert
Art Value1031 |t gulden and 10 st.
# of Items111
Montias1 #10
Lot Type Artist Title Subject Verbatim Entry
0001 EERTVELT, ANDRIES VAN (ALIAS NAENTKENS) een schilderije van de stadt Antwerpen gedaen van Naentgens [appraised f 100:--:-- in the second inventory]
0002 [ANONYMOUS] een schilderije van de plaetse Masiappe in Brasil [appraised f 72:--:-- in the second inventory]
0003 BOSSCHAERT, AMBROSIUS (I) een groote bloempot, van Bosschaert [appraised f 24:--:-- in the second inventory]
0004 [ANONYMOUS] een schilderijtge van Italiaense bouwinge met eenige personagien daerin [appraised f 36:--:-- in the second inventory]
0005 [ANONYMOUS] een caerte van Brasil, gedaen met de penne
0006[a] [ANONYMOUS] 2 geschreven printbortjens van Prince Maurits f 3:10:-- (appraisal in second inventory)
0006[b] [ANONYMOUS] 2 geschreven printbortjes van Prince Maurits f 3:10:-- (appraisal in second inventory)
0007 [TOMAS CORTEELS, UNIDENTIFIED] een groote schilderije van Abrams offerhande , gedaen van Tomas Corteels [appraised f 80:--:-- in the second inventory]
0008 [VINCKEBOS, UNIDENTIFIED] een groote schilderije van alle fruytagien in Oostindien, gedaen door Vinckebos [appraised, without attribution, f 50:--:-- in the second inventory]
0009[a] KEIRINCX, ALEXANDER twee lantschapjes van Alexander Kerincgs
0009[b] KEIRINCX, ALEXANDER twee lantschapjes van Alexander Kerincgs
0010 [ANONYMOUS] een caertbort van de tuyn van de Prins f 1:--:-- (appraisal in second inventory)
0011[a] [ANONYMOUS] 2 conterfeijtsels van Jaques van Hoorn met Margrita van der Poort, sijn eerste huysvrouwe was
0011[b] [ANONYMOUS] 2 conterfeijtsels van Jacques van Hoorn met Margrita van der Poort, sijn eerste huysvrouwe was
0012 [ANONYMOUS] Een geboorte Christy [crossed out: gedaen ,,, left blank] [appraised f 24:--:-- in the second inventory]
0013[a] SPEECK, ISAACK twee groote lantschappen, gedaen by Speeck [appraised f 36:--:-- for the pair in the second inventory]
0013[b] SPEECK, ISAACK twee groote lantschappen, gedaen by Speeck [appraised f 36:--:-- for the pair in the second inventory]
0014 [ANONYMOUS] een achtkant lantschap, ovael [appraised f 24:--:-- in the second inventory]
0015 [ANONYMOUS] een ront conterfeijtsel van Prinse Maurits
0016 [ANONYMOUS] een groote schilderij van Orpheus [appraised f 72:--:-- in the second inventory, where the painting had been relocated in the Beste Camer]
0017 [ANONYMOUS] een conterfeijtsel van den overleden ende sijne weduwe
0018 [ANONYMOUS] 1 caert van Amsterdam
0019 [ANONYMOUS] 1 caert van de slach in Duyns
0020 [ANONYMOUS] een oude caert van Duyslants Poolen
0021 [ANONYMOUS] 2 geschilderde kinderen, staende f 2:--:-- (appraisal in second inventory)
0022 [ANONYMOUS] 1 lanckwerpich stuck van't hoff van sijn Excellentie in Brasil [appraised f 108:--:-- in the second inventory]
0023 MOLIJN, PIETER DE 1 lantschapje van Molijn [appraised f 30:--:-- in the second inventory]
0024 PORCELLIS, JAN (I) 1 zeetje van Parsellus [appraised f 54:--:-- in the second inventory]
0025 SPEECK, ISAACK 1 lantschap van Speeck [appraised f 18:--:-- in the second inventory]
0026 [ANONYMOUS] een Orpheus, voor de schoorsteen [appraised f 12:--:-- in the second inventory]
0027 [ANONYMOUS] het conterfeijtsel van Samuel, het kint
0028 [ANONYMOUS] 1 schilderije van een pompoen ende andere fruytagie [appraised f 6:--:-- in the second inventory]
0029 [ANONYMOUS] een schilderije van een vismarckt [appraised f 12:--:-- in the second inventory]
0030 [ANONYMOUS] een Mariabootscap [appraised f 4:--:-- in the second inventory]
0031 [ANONYMOUS] een conterfeijtsel [probably 1 conterfeijtsel van een stalmeester appraised f 2:10:-- in the second inventory]
0032 [ANONYMOUS] een conterfeijtsel van 't leven ende doot [appraised f 2:--:-- in the second inventory]
0033 [ANONYMOUS] een schilderijtje van de strant [appraised f 1:10:-- in the second inventory]
0034 [ANONYMOUS] een geschildert lantschap [appraised f 6:--:-- in the second inventory]
0035 [ANONYMOUS] een print van Mauritius f -:10:-- (appraisal in second inventory)
0036[a] [ANONYMOUS] 5 caertjens f 4:--:-- (appraisal in second inventory)
0036[b] [ANONYMOUS] 5 caertjens
0036[c] [ANONYMOUS] 5 caertjens
0036[d] [ANONYMOUS] 5 caertjens
0036[e] [ANONYMOUS] 5 caertjens
0037 [ANONYMOUS] het conterfeijtsel van den overleden ende sijn voorige huysvrouwe, sonder lijst
0038 [ANONYMOUS] een schilderitje van een spinster
0039[a] [ANONYMOUS] 2 caertbortjes
0039[b] [ANONYMOUS] 2 caertbortjes
0040 [ANONYMOUS] een brantje van Troyen
0041[a] [ANONYMOUS] 2 conterfeijtsels f -:10:-- (appraisal in second inventory)
0041[b] [ANONYMOUS] 2 conterfeijtsels
0042 [ANONYMOUS] 1 caertje met een lijst f 1:--:-- (appraisal in second inventory)
0043[a] [ANONYMOUS] 2 kinderconterfeijtsels
0043[b] [ANONYMOUS] 2 kinderconterfeijtsels
0044[a] [ANONYMOUS] 2 manstronien [appraised f 4:--:-- for the lot in the second inventory]
0044[b] [ANONYMOUS] 2 manstronien [appraised f 4:--:-- for the lot in the second inventory]
0045 [ANONYMOUS] 1 schilderij van Rebecca [appraised f 2:--:-- in the second inventory]
0046 [ANONYMOUS] 1 schilderij van 't Hoff van Hollant [appraised f 2:10:-- in the second inventory]
0047[a] [ANONYMOUS] 9 printborden
0047[b] [ANONYMOUS] 9 printborden
0047[c] [ANONYMOUS] 9 printborden
0047[d] [ANONYMOUS] 9 printborden
0047[e] [ANONYMOUS] 9 printborden
0047[f] [ANONYMOUS] 9 printborden
0047[g] [ANONYMOUS] 9 printborden
0047[h] [ANONYMOUS] 9 printborden
0047[i] [ANONYMOUS] 9 printborden
0048 [ANONYMOUS] het conterfeijtsel van Pieter van Hoorn
0049[a] [ANONYMOUS] 2 groote lantschappen [probably identical with 2 lantschappen van somer ende winter, appraised f 12:--:-- in the second inventory]
0049[b] [ANONYMOUS] 2 groote lantschappen [probably identical with 2 lantschappen van somer ende winter appraised f 12:--:-- in the second inventory]
0050 [ANONYMOUS] 2 groote lijsten sonder panelen
0051[a] [ANONYMOUS] 2 alabaste beeltjens
0051[b] [ANONYMOUS] 2 alabaste beeltjens
0052 [ANONYMOUS] een schilderijtje van Prince Maurits
0053 HONDIUS, JODOCUS (I) een groot caertboeck, van Hondius
0054 [ANONYMOUS] No. 1 Den grooten atlas
0055 [ANONYMOUS] No. 2 Twee steedeboecquen, affgesett
0056 [ANONYMOUS] No.32 Steedeboeck der Nederlanden
0057 [ANONYMOUS] 1 groote schilderije voor de schorsteen hangende, sijnde van den Samaritaen
0058[a] [ANONYMOUS] 2 groote caert en stedenboecken, den eenen van Georgio Braunio Agrippinate, den anderen van d 'orloge van Keijser Kaerel in Tunes en eijndiegende met de stadt Maechdenburch
0058[b] [ANONYMOUS] 2 groote caert en stedenboecken, den eenen van Georgio Braunio Agrippinate, den anderen van d 'orloge van Keijser Kaerel in Tunes en eijndiegende met de stadt Maechdenburch
0059[a] [ANONYMOUS] 8 printiens in lijstiens
0059[b] [ANONYMOUS] 8 printiens in lijstiens
0059[c] [ANONYMOUS] 8 printiens in lijstiens
0059[d] [ANONYMOUS] 8 printiens in lijstiens
0059[e] [ANONYMOUS] 8 printiens in lijstiens
0059[f] [ANONYMOUS] 8 printiens in lijstiens
0059[g] [ANONYMOUS] 8 printiens in lijstiens
0059[h] [ANONYMOUS] 8 printiens in lijstiens
0060[a] [ANONYMOUS] 9 printen, in swerte lijsten, van 't huys van Nassauw
0060[b] [ANONYMOUS] 9 printen, in swerte lijsten, van 't huys van Nassauw
0060[c] [ANONYMOUS] 9 printen, in swerte lijsten, van 't huys van Nassauw
0060[d] [ANONYMOUS] 9 printen, in swerte lijsten, van 't huys van Nassauw
0060[e] [ANONYMOUS] 9 printen, in swerte lijsten, van 't huys van Nassauw
0060[f] [ANONYMOUS] 9 printen, in swerte lijsten, van 't huys van Nassauw
0060[g] [ANONYMOUS] 9 printen, in swerte lijsten, van 't huys van Nassauw
0060[h] [ANONYMOUS] 9 printen, in swerte lijsten, van 't huys van Nassauw
0060[i] [ANONYMOUS] 9 printen, in swerte lijsten, van 't huys van Nassauw
0061 [ANONYMOUS] 1 steene leeuken op 1 steene soesteen
0062 [DE SAYER, UNIDENTIFIED] 1 groote schilderije, van De Sayer
0063 [ANONYMOUS] 1 groote caert van Bresiel [perhaps one of 4 prentbortiens in this room appraised f 2:10:-- for the lot in the second inventory]
0064 [ANONYMOUS] 1 ditto [caert] van de belegeringe van Rochel [perhaps one of the 4 prentbortiens in this room appraised f 2:10 for the lot in the second inventory]
0065 [ANONYMOUS] 1 ditto [caert] van 't Eijlant van Ree oft Sint Marten [perhaps one of four prentbortjens in this room appraised f 2:10:-- for the lot in the second inventory]
0066 [ANONYMOUS] 1 ditto [caert ?] van de kinderen van Israel, passerende de woestijnne [perhaps one of the four prentbortiens in this room appraised f 2:10:-- for the lot in the second inventory]
0067 [ANONYMOUS] 1 ditto [caert ?]: belegeringe van Den Bosch [perhaps one of the four prentbortiens in this room appraised f 2:10-- for the lot in the second inventory]
0068 [ANONYMOUS] 1 groote afgesette wareltcaert
0069 [ANONYMOUS] 1 aut caertien
0070 [ANONYMOUS] 1 caert van de stadt Middelburg
0071[a] [ANONYMOUS] 2 van de hoffsteede f 200:--:--
0071[b] [ANONYMOUS] 2 van de hoffsteede f 200:--:--
0072 [ANONYMOUS] een caerte met een ebben lijst van de hoffstede buijten Haarlem f 12:--:--
0073 [ANONYMOUS] twee kieckhorens tsamen f 3:--:--
0074 [ANONYMOUS] eenige hoornkens f 2:--:--