595 - 1030 CHILDREN'S BOOKS, incl. COMICS, DRAWINGS, GAMES AND TOYS
- Occas. frayed, otherwise fine.
= Doe Mee was the first to introduce in the Netherlands American comics such as Katzenjammer Kids (Jongens van Stavast), Flash Gordon and especially Popeye (A.C. SEGAR). It also contains work by Dutch young comic-artists such as MAARTEN TOONDER (Japie Makreel), EMMY ANDRIESSE, JOOP GEESINK, LEX METZ, PAX STEEN and several others. Contributions by i.a. A. VIRULY and L. WILLINK. Doe Mee was published by NV De Jeugd which in turn was probably owned by the newspaper Algemeen Dagblad, which is the reason why many editors and co-workers of the newspaper were also editor or co-worker of Doe Mee. It was discontinued at the end of 1942, due to the circumstances of the war. After the war it was continued until no. 393 in 1949. Matla, p.734. Rare.
= Good and early run with the accompanying 19 extra issues of the most famous French underground comic.
- As new; lid of box a few sm. creases.
= Ode to the city of Eindhoven with its iconic futuristic building the Evoluon, built in 1966, published on occasion of its 40th anniversary.
- Minor defects. = Second publication in the "D.A.V.I.D." -series.
Idem. Ballade van de ter dood veroordeelden. Ibid., idem, 1945, broadside poem by Y. FOPPEMA, ill. by MARTEN TOONDER, printed in 800 numb. copies (775).
= Matla BOMME 120.
= Matla BOMME 120.
- A few issues sl. frayed. Bindings sl. worn.
= Comprises no. 530-548, 550-560, 1019-1040, 1042-1049. Matla, ROBBEDOES 1950 and 1957/ 1958.
- A few w. sm. imperfections.
- Fine. = Cat. Ned. Boek 119.
Rennes, C. van. Heidekoninginnetje. Utr., J. van Rennes, 1902, 24,(1)p., scores, ills., bookdec. and orig. dec. boards by J.B. BOKHORST, folio (spine sl. worn). Doorman, C. Vleugelken. Amst., n.d. (1913), (37)p., scores by J.P.J. WIERTS, ills. and orig. clothbacked dec. boards by E. NIEUWENHUIS, obl. folio. - AND 16 other Dutch children song books, i.a. illustrated by B. MIDDERIGH BOKHORST, C. JETSES, ANDRÉ VLAANDEREN and L.W.R. WENCKEBACH.
- Covers sl. (dust)stained. Spine-ends sl. worn.
AND 3 works illustrated by i.a. H. COLLIN and L. MOE: Vore Børnesange/ Vore gamle Børnesange/ Vore Julesange (Copenhagen/ Leipsic, n.d. (±1925), 3 vols., col. ills., orig. unif. clothbacked boards w. mounted oval plate on frontcover, 4to) and M. THURN-TAXIS-HOHENLOHE, Vom Kaiser Huang-Li (Berlin,1922, col. ills. and orig. clothbacked pict. boards, obl. 4to. Covers stained).
- Hinges weak. Cover sl. soiled.
= No copies of the first edition traced (Burgers, p.162). Rare.
Idem. Vier aardige prentenboekjes. De Poppen-bruiloft. Dokter Levertraan. Luilekkerland. Dommie Dik. The Hague, Van Goor Zonen, (1934), 4 vols., entirely ills. and orig. unif. wr. by RIE CRAMER, together in orig. board slipcase w. mounted plate, obl. 8vo.
AND 4 other illustrated by the same, i.a. ADAMA VAN SCHELTEMA, De Wilgen (Utr., (1918), full-p. col. lithogr. ills and orig. clothbacked pict. boards) and A. DONKER, De rattenvanger van Hameln (The Hague, 1931, col. plates, ills., orig. pict. cl., obl. 4to. Covers soiled. Rare deluxe (?) binding w. silk ribbon, review copy).
- Partly browned/ offsetting; orig. binding cord replaced by staples. = Rare.
Cramer, R. Liedjes bij prentjes. Ibid., idem, n.d. (1913), 1st ed., (36)p., scores by N. van der Linden-Snelrewaard, 12 col. lithogr. plates, 2 monochrome vignettes and orig. clothbacked pict. boards by the same, obl. 8vo.
- Boards sl. browned/ soiled. A good/ fine copy.
Rennes, C. van. Een Wonderlijke Nacht. Ibid., idem, n.d. (1918), (24)p., 4 col. plates, ills. and orig. boards w. mounted col. plate by R. CRAMER, orig. dustwr.
- Dustwr. dam. = Rare.
Pijper, W. de. Vieilles Chansons de France/ Noëls de France/ Oudt nederlandsche minneliedjes. Ibid., idem, n.d., 3 vols., (21); (21); (19)p., scores, each w. 8 mounted col. plates and orig. (unif.) wr. w. 2 mounted col. plates R. CRAMER, text, scores and plates within bronze printed borders, bound w. silk tie, 4to. - AND 8 other songbooks, all illustrated by RIE CRAMER, i.a. Lenteliedjes (Utr., 1914, orig. clothbacked boards w. mounted col. plate, obl. 8vo) and Kinderliedjes uit Zonneland (ibid., n.d., orig. clothbacked boards).
= With an advertisement on backwrapper of the department store De Duif, Apeldoorn.
AND 20 others, all so-called Dutch "fabrieksprentenboeken", ±1920-1950, illustrated by i.a. COR BASART, HENNY BOX, W. SCHERMERLÉ, CORINA, LIES VAN WILLES, KEES MEYS and RIE STOFFERS.
- Bookblock loose; textlvs. foxed; plates sl. foxed in blank margins. Spine repaired w. tape.
= Rare. Routledge's Shilling Toy Books. Nice plates showing antropomorphic dogs in Victorian clothes and settings.
AND 1 other similar: Household Pets (London, ±1870. Aunt Louisa's London Toy Books).
- Sl. foxed. Spine splitting and worn; corners frontcover dam.; wrs. fingersoiled.
= Rare songbook with plates illustrated by the Charles Altamont Doyle, artist and father of the author Arthur Conan Doyle. Not in the usual reference works.
= Probably a design for a childrens book or periodical.
AND 4 others by the same, all similar designs, i.a. a boy at a table with a plate of soup. - ADDED: 4 drawings by R. MUSCHTER, showing two girls playing with their dolls (pen and ink, watercolour, ±1920).
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XVI.