The Marquis of Cerralbos engraving collection numbers one thousand pieces. It is a very heterogeneous group of engravings which depict Enriques varied interests, and in which the French school prevails (mainly architectural motifs and views of the cities of Spain, such as the Dequevauviller series) as well as the Spanish school (again, views of the cities of Spain, portraits of his contemporaries and an interesting nucleus of engravings by Manuel Salvador Carmona). Added to these are the notable Italian examples such as the Fontane de Roma series by G.B. Falda and some vedute from the same city of Piranesi, and Dutch examples such as the splendid Entierro de Cristo by Aedigius Sadeler II, which is a reproduction of Federico Baroccis painting