771 - 1153 CHILDREN'S BOOKS, incl. COMICS, DRAWINGS, GAMES AND TOYS
- Trifle foxed/ soiled, otherwise fine.
= Very rare children's book, no copies traced with this address. Not in the Bibliotheque Nationale de France and not in the usual reference works. One copy with the title "Le petit Buffon de jeunesse (Avignon, 1806)" (identical?) was sold in an auction (of the libraries of Mr. De Wulf, Caigny and P.F. de Bauweleers) in Ghent, 1810.
- Contents trifle foxed. Spine splitting and w. tape ghosts.
Rabier, B. Scènes comiques dans la forèt. Ibid., Garnier Frères, 1926, 40 col. lvs., orig. clothbacked pict. boards, obl. 4to.
- Htitle foxed and w. owner's entry. Boardedges worn; covers (sl.) soiled.
AND 3 others, i.a. E. PECH, Le chasseur malgré lui (Paris, n.d. (±1900), col. ills., orig. clothbacked col. lithogr. boards) and E. PICARD, Les aventures merveilleuses du petit Floridor et son chien Carabi (n.pl., 1915, col. lithogr. ills., orig. clothbacked col. lithogr. boards, obl. folio).
- Poor copy, soiled; one leaf torn and sewn together; foxed; all lvs. edges frayed.
AND 1 other.
- Boards sl. fingersoiled and trifle rubbed along edges. = Rare first edition.
Stoddard Warburg, S. Keep It Like A Secret. Boston, Atlantic-Little, 1961, 1st ed., (32)p., full-p. col. ills. and orig. cl. w. dustwr. by I. CHERMAYEFF, obl. 8vo.
- Dustwr. sl. fingersoiled and rubbed along edges, otherwise fine.
- All issues w. fold, occas. foxed and a few sm. tears. Sold as periodical, not subject to return.
= Matla p.734. The first Doe Mee issue was published in 1936. After a short break because of the war, the periodical was issued again in June 1946, but in a smaller size and with much less subscribers, and numbers dropping every year. The final issue (no. 393) was published 15 December 1949. Rare.
= Toon van Driel, comic artist, i.a. creator of F.C. Knudde.
- Used w. postage stamp. = One of a series of 25 picture postcards, the so-called "cartes neiges".
- A few sm. repaired marginal tears; trifle foxed. Joints and corners strengthened w. tape.
= Matla BULLE 2,2.
AND 3 others by the same.
- Boardedges rubbed; corners sl. showing.
- Bookblock loosening; foxed. Back cover waterstained in lower part.
= Blader Mee serie no.1. Matla, BOMME 5.1. Rare.
AND 3 others by the same: Panda en de Meester-Gemaskerde./ (...) en de Meester-Oudheidkundige. (Amst., 1952, 2 vols., orig. wr. Matla PANDA 5.2 and 5.3) and Tom Poes en de Superfilm-onderneming (ibid., 1946, orig. wr., obl. 8vo. Matla BOMME 3.3).
- A few pieces broken; boxes with minor imperfections. = Van Santbrink SV 1.2 and 4.
- Owner's entry on verso frontisp.; occas. (sl.) stained. Sl. rubbed along extremities; vague stamp on frontcover.
= Matla BOMME 155.1. Contains 6 stories. Rare.
- Five vols. spine splitting, otherwise fine. = Matla BRUIB 1.1-14.
- Board edges rubbed/ sl. worn, corners showing; covers sl. soiled. = Scarce.
Hardmeyer, R. La Ronde des Saisons. French adapt by H. Gailloud. Zurich, Stehli Frères, n.d. (1917), 29p., num. (full-p. col.) lithogr. ills., orig. clothbacked pict. boards, 4to.
- First free endpaper upper outer corner torn.
Fun at the Seaside. Pictures and verses for Little Folk. London etc., Blackie and son, n.d. (±1916), (25)p., (full-p. col. lithogr.) ills. and orig. clothbacked pict. boards by HARRY B. NELSON, 4to. - AND 14 others, i.a. J. MENZEL, Bruin Furryball in the zoo (Amst., 1853, col. ills. and orig. pict. clothbacked boards by J. TRNKA) and A. HOLST, Die glückichen Mausleut (Oldenb., 1929, col. ills. by E. WENZ-VIËTOR, orig. clothbacked pict. boards, 4to).
- Lvs. occas. soiled/ stained.
Zeeman, H. Het leven en de daden van Maurits, prins van Oranje-Nassau, handhaver van Neerlands onafhankelijkheid. Ibid., Gebr. Koster, 1831, 188,(4)p., engr. portrait and 2 plates by J.B. TETAR VAN ELVEN, orig. printed limp boards.
- Lvs. yellowed. Boards browned; spine pasted over w. paper.
= Rare. With a list of subscribers, which is rare for a children's book. Huiskamp Z55.
= Designs for movable plates of an unknown, probably British, children's book in which the legs of the figures can be extended in an extreme way by pulling at a plate with very long legs in trousers. From the collection of Theo Gielen.
= Original designs for a Dutch movable children's book (±1950) with funny faces, all drawings for the plates present, except for the frontcover. The fold out plates can be folded in 4 different ways, each producing a different face. The final printed text with great differences from the manuscript version. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XVII.
WITH a copy of IK ZIE, IK ZIE WAT JIJ NIET ZIET (n.pl., ±1950, 7 (fold.) col. plates, partly w. cut out section, orig. pict. wr. w. cut-out section). - AND with 2 similar designs by the same artist, probably studies for the designs above (one is almost exactly the same as one of the drawings above).
= Charming drawing, possibly intended for a (never realised) publication.
= Designs for the children's book Schuitje varen theetje drinken, from the series OUDE BEKENDEN, published by J. Vlieger, Amsterdam, ±1920.