1112 - 1634 FINE PRINTING, ILLUSTRATED BOOKS, CARICATURE
- Bindings chafed; corners showing. = Impressive bookproduction.
- Bindings w. a few scratches and sm. rubbed spots. Otherwise fine.
= Vicaire IV, p.354: "Magistrale publication".
- Partly (sl.) waterst./ -wrinkled. Three vols. covers (sl.) waterst.; spines discoloured.
- One leaf w. sm. tear in fore-edge. Frontcover sl. stained. Otherwise fine.
= An interesting account on the life of the margarine manufacturer Simon van den Bergh, privately published in a very small number of copies and nicely bound.
= Copy bound by GEERT VAN DAAL in full purple morocco, covers and backstrip decorated. w. onlay pieces of genuine Dutch guilder banknotes (des. by R.D.E. Oxenaar and J.T.G. Drupsteen) within a pattern of onlay black mor. strips and gilt fillet lines, silk fly leaves and doublures within mor. doublure margins w. gilt fillet lines, in matching gilt moroccobacked dropback box w. circular piece of the 250 guilders 'lighthouse' note mounted on lid (lid w. vague scratch in upper corner). A unique binding, produced for the competition of the Koopman Prijs voor Boekbanden 2005. It was selected with 3 other bindings and was awarded the 'Publieksprijs' at the exhibition "Luxe, de kunst van het Franse boek". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE III.
= One of 5 copies PRINTED ON VELLUM of the 84 copies w. the Arethuse Pers imprint (156 copies have the imprint of the Geldmuseum, Utrecht), signed by the author and the publisher (binder), with 2 loosely inserted Dutch 10-guilder banknotes (designed by resp. R.D.E. Oxenaar and J.T.G. Drupsteen), bound by GEERT VAN DAAL in blue mor. w. 4 onlay pieces of the Dutch 10-guilder banknotes on frontcover and w. 8 (instead of the regular 4) golden 10-guilder coins (struck in 1875, 1876, 1812 and 1927) and 1 silver 10-guilder coin (struck in 1970) inserted in 5 windows in frontcover, dropback box, both covers w. a pattern of gilt dots and lines stamped in darkblue, ribbed plain spine, dec. blue paper flyleaf en doublure w. blue mor. doublure margins w. gilt fillet lines, w. onlay square pieces of the 10-guilder banknotes in corners, gilt boardedges, t.e.g., in matching dec. and giltlettered hmor. dropback box. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE II.
- One of the brown mor. onlay ornaments w. sm. dam.
= With calligraphed colophon at the end: "Dit album is vervaardigd in de werkplaats van Elisabeth Menalda, Kunstboekbindster te Amsterdam"; with the blindst. monogram "EM" on the frontcover (2x) .
- Covers foxed; ties of binding broken.
= DELUXE edition, printed on Hollands paper, with the manuscript text of the title-p., colophon and the calligraphed captions to the illustrations (on opposite page) in (col.) pencil, crayon and watercolour ENTIRELY in the exuberant hand of Bodenheim. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE IV.
= EXTRA DELUXE COPY: one of 6 roman numbered copies with an extra suite of the woodcuts printed on "Keizerlijk Japansch", each signed in pencil by the artist, the colophon signed by the author and the artist and with two extra original drawings in pen: one (bound-with) drawing of a town-view seen from an aeroplane (14,5x10,3 cm. (signed in pencil)) and an unsigned small drawing of a boat at sea (7x11,5 cm.) (loosely inserted). Also contains a loosely inserted signed typescript presentation letter by the author to Mr M.B.B. Nijkerk ((1)p.). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE IV.
- Tear in backwr.
- Bookplate on upper pastedown; some lvs. foxed. Spine sl. rubbed.
= One of 250 copies h.c. on papier anglaís. Warmoes 72.
- Erased owner's entry on first free endpaper (w. tiny hole).
= SIGNED by the author on first free endpaper. One of 25 copies on "Hollandsch".
- Spine discol.
= One of 8 numbered DE LUXE copies (this is copy no. 7) on Keizerlijk-Japansch papier, signed by the publisher C.A.J. van Dishoeck.
Idem. The same work. Leyden, S.C. van Doesburgh, 1910, 1st ed., 33,(2)p., orig. wr.
- Skilfully recased. Wr. browned/ sl. waterst.
- Sl. foxed. Spine faded.
AND 1 other.
- Spine sl. faded and sl. rubbed along extremities.