771 - 1153     CHILDREN'S BOOKS, incl. COMICS, DRAWINGS, GAMES AND TOYS

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66/1091 Reynard  De streken van Reintje van der Schalk Markies van Eijerstruiven 66/1091 Reynard De streken van Reintje van der Schalk Markies van Eijerstruiven
66/1091 [Reynard]. De streken van Reintje van der Schalk, Markies van Eijerstruiven. Rott., Mensing en Van Westreenen, n.d. (±1830), 2nd ed., (2),24,(1)p., 15 (of 16) handcol. lithogr. plates, orig. wr., obl. sm. 8vo.

- Lacks one plate; one plate w. tear; title-p. strengthened; bookblock loose but holding on cords; contents fingersoiled in lower corner; occas. children's scribblings. Wr. darkened and soiled.

= The rare second edition. Lust en Leering p.93; The Children's World of Learning 1869 ("The stories (...) are freely invented and very funny. Reynard playing all kinds of roguish tricks, which in fact partly belong to the stories about Tyl Ulenspiegel."). Not in NCC. Rare.

€ (80-100) 140
66/1092 Robinson Crusoe the Clever Cats &c A Picture Book for the Nursery 66/1092 Robinson Crusoe the Clever Cats &c A Picture Book for the Nursery
66/1092 Robinson Crusoe the Clever Cats &c A Picture Book for the Nursery 66/1092 Robinson Crusoe the Clever Cats &c A Picture Book for the Nursery
66/1092 Robinson Crusoe, the Clever Cats &c. A Picture-Book for the Nursery. London etc., Thomas Nelson and Sons, n.d. (±1880), 16 linen-backed lvs. and 16 chromolithogr. plates, orig. gilt dec. cl., 4to.

- Lvs. (sl.) fingersoiled and some offsetting from plates. Spine-ends and corners rubbed/ sl. worn.

€ (50-70) 110
66 1093 Robinson W H 66 1093 Robinson W H
66 1093 Robinson W H 66 1093 Robinson W H
66/1093 Robinson, W.H. Railway Ribaldry. Being 96 Pages of Railway Humour. London, Great Western Railway Paddington Station, 1935, 1st ed., 96p. w. comics and orig. pict. wr. by W.H. ROBINSON, 4to.

- Bookplate on verso frontwr., occas. sl. foxed. Wr. partly yellowed/ sl. foxed; spine-ends rubbed.

Morin, L. Carnavals Parisiens. Paris, Montgredien et Cie., (1900), X,186,(1)p., num. (col.) textills., orig. hcl.

- Bookplate on 2nd free endpaper; trifle foxed. Spine trife rubbed.

= With the bookplate of Anton van Duinkerken on upper pastedown.

AND 1 other: R. DE QUERELLES, Le bélage a Bruxelles (Brussels, J. Géruzet, 1848, 40 lithogr. pages, contemp. hcl., obl. 4to).

€ (60-80) 110
66 1094 Robinsonades  Defoe D  66 1094 Robinsonades Defoe D
66 1094 Robinsonades  Defoe D  66 1094 Robinsonades Defoe D
66/1094 [Robinsonades]. (Defoe, D.). Robinson Crusoe's lotgevallen, medegedeeld aan de vaderlandsche jeugd. Amst., W. Willems, n.d. (±1850), 54p., 8 handcol. lithogr. plates, later plain green hmor., obl. sm. 8vo.

- Sl. cut short in outer margin, occas. sl. affecting text (only first/ last letter of the line); trifle/ sl. soiled; sm. closed tear in outer margin title-p.

= Ex bibliotheca M. Buisman, with his signature on first free endpaper (dated "26/3 '35") and w. the bookplate of the collection Buijnsters-Smets on upper pastedown. Not in Ullrich. Lust en Leering p.243: "Een juweel van een boekje is Robinson Crusoe's lotgevallen (...) met acht handgekleurde litho's van vermoedelijk Duitse origine". Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XXXVI.

€ (100-150) 130
66/1095 [Rojankovsky, F.]. Averill, E. and Stanley, L. (ed.). Daniel Boone. Historic Adventures of an American Hunter among Indians. Paris, Domino Press, 1931, 1st ed., (16)p., col. lithogr. ills. and orig. clothbacked pict. boards by F. ROJANKOVSKY, folio.

- Boards trifle fingersoiled, otherwise a very fine copy.

= The first publication by the Domino Press. The press was founded by the two editors, both American expatriates in Paris. It was illustrated by the Russian emigré artist and illustrator Fedor Rojankovsky, also known as Rojan.

€ (70-90) 70
66 1096 Rowling J K 66 1096 Rowling J K
66/1096 Rowling, J.K. Harry Potter en de orde van de feniks. Two sheets with 10 unused promotional shop window stickers by IEN VAN LAANEN and ANNA LAMMERS, Amst. De Harmonie, 2007.
€ (40-60)
66 1097 Russian children's books  Alfeyevsky V and Lebedeva T 66 1097 Russian children's books Alfeyevsky V and Lebedeva T
66/1097 [Russian children's books]. Alfeyevsky, V. and Lebedeva, T. Khitrye mashiny (Clever machines). Moscow, Gos. Izd., 1930, 15,(1)p. (incl. wr.), col. lithogr. ills. and orig. wr. by V. ALFEYEVSKY and T. LEBEDEVA, sm. 8vo.

- Partly erased stamp on verso frontwr.

AND 1 other: KHRABRETSY (Moscow, n.d. (±1910), col. lithogr. ills., orig. wr. Large tears crudely restored w. sellotape).

€ (100-150) 200
66 1098 Russian children's books  Barto A 66 1098 Russian children's books Barto A
66/1098 [Russian children's books]. Barto, A. Bratushki. (Moscow), Molodaya Gvardia, 1933, 6th ed., 15p. (incl. frontwr.), col. lithogr. ills. and orig. wr. by G. ECHEISTOV.

- Sl. yellowed. Wrappers loose(ning); stain on frontcover.

= Lévèque/ Plantureux p.56: "(...) livre classique. Quatre enfants de couleurs différentes sont bercés par leurs mamans pendant que leurs papas sont ignoblement exploités par un système que l'on devine capitaliste et colonialiste. Seule l'illustration suggère la lutte prolétarienne, ainsi, les têtes des enfants sont coiffées de bonnets komsomols". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XXXVII.

€ (150-250) 275
66 1099 Russian children's books  Engel Markovna Gurjan O and Kuprejanov N N 66 1099 Russian children's books Engel Markovna Gurjan O and Kuprejanov N N
66/1099 [Russian children's books]. (Engel, Markovna Gurjan, O. and Kuprejanov, N.N.) De gouden blaren. Het vroolijke onweer. Dieren in den winter. Brussels, De Wilde Roos, n.d. (±1928), 3 parts in 1 vol., (12); 16; (11)p., col. lithogr. ills. by A.N. AFANAS'EV, S. KASANOVNA VISNEVECKAIA and E. MICHAELOVNA FRADKINA, orig. clothbacked pict. boards. - AND 3 others, i.a. the same work but with different frontcover and order of the stories and J. CAPPE, Bonte geschiedenissen (Brugge, (1936), col. lithogr. ills. and orig. clothbacked boards by E. IVANOVSKY).
€ (50-70) 110
66 1100 Russian children's books  Marschak C  = S  66 1100 Russian children's books Marschak C = S
66/1100 [Russian children's books]. Marschak, C. (= S.). De reis door Rusland. Dutch adapt. L. Dworson and E. Hess-Binger. (The Hague, De Baanbreker), n.d. (1930), 1st-5th thous., (8)p., col. ills. and orig. wr. by W. LEBEDEW. Afanasjew, A. Dieren in den winter. Dutch adapt. L. Dworson and I.E. Prins-Willekes Macdonald. Ibid., idem, n.d. (1929), 1st-4th thous., (8)p., col. ills. and orig. wr. by N. KOEPREJANOW.

= Cf. Lévèque/ Plantureux p.125: "(...) on remarque une inversion entre les noms de l'auteur et de l'illustrateur russes".

AND 2 others from the same series: O. GOERJAN, Het vroolijke onweer (ills. by B. POKROWSKI) and VOLKSRIJMPJES (ills. by V. KONASCHEWITCH).

- All vols. owner's entry on first textleaf; sl. foxed. Otherwise fine.

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XXXVIII.

€ (200-300) 300
66 1101 Russian children's books  Mayakovsky V 66 1101 Russian children's books Mayakovsky V
66/1101 [Russian children's books]. Mayakovsky, V. Kem byt'? (What to be?). Moscow, Molodaya Gvardia, 1932, 4th ed., 22p. (incl. frontwr.), col. lithogr. ills. and orig. wr. by N. SHIFRIN.

- Wrappers sl. fingersoiled; spine rubbed/ worn.

= Lévèque/ Plantureux p.29: "(...) célèbre album en vers (...). Un adolescent constate qu'il devient plus vieux d'année en année et se demande quel métier il doit choisir: menuisier, ingénieur, médecin? Chaque métier est un bon et beau métier." SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XXXVII.

€ (500-700)
66/1102 Sassen, W. Bonnie op stap. The Hague, G.B. van Goor, n.d. (1936), (18)p., full-p. plates and orig. clothbacked pict. boards by CARRY SASSEN (fine). Os, J. van. Het zangfeest in de sloot. Alkm., Arti, n.d. (±1943), (16)p., (full-p.) col. lithogr. ills. and orig. ringbound pict. wr. by R. VAN DER WAA, large 4to (corners wr. worn/ dam. Rare). Cramer-Schaap, D.A. Het duveltje en de prinses. Utr., W. de Haan, n.d. (1924), 39,(1)p., 4 col. plates, ills. and orig. clothbacked col. boards by R. CRAMER (spine-ends worn. Burgers p.164). - AND 18 others, all Dutch language, ±1920-1950, i.a. B.E. OSSELEN-VAN DELDEN and M. HILDEBRANDT, Bobo. Geschiedenis van een aap (Amst., n.d. (1907), num. (col.) ills. by B. RABIER, orig. clothbacked pict. boards, 4to); A. SUTORIUS, Een aardig paartje (Alkm., (1925), col. plates and pict. boards by S. AAFJES, 4to) and P.W. HENRARD, Bollie Luchtballon en de maankindertjes (The Hague, 1950, col. ills. by F. VAN DER MEER, orig. pict.boards).
€ (100-150) 110
66 1103 Schenkman J  66 1103 Schenkman J
66/1103 (Schenkman, J.). De kleine mama Pauline en hare pop Marie. Amst., G.Th. Bom, n.d. (±1855), 1st ed., (16)p., handcol. lithogr. title-p. and 15 tinted plates finished by hand, rebound in contemp. boards w. orig. frontwr. laid down and w. new cloth backstrip.

- Hinges broken, part of bookblock loose; lvs. (finger)soiled; corners lvs. clipped.

= Nice story about a girl that has to raise her naughty doll, who is lazy, pouts too often ("toont een hoofdje") and is headstrong. Lust en Leering p.140,142 ("Lijst van Nederlandse poppenboeken"), 266, 276, 447.

Elisabeth. Bertha's Petekindje. Ibid., idem, ±1880, 31p., 4 col. lithogr. plates, orig. col. lithogr. wr.

- Covers sl. soiled; spine strengthened (prob. rebound).

= With an advertisement on back wrapper for Willemine en hare tweede moeder by FANNY. Rare, no copies traced, not found in the usual reference works. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XXXVIII.

AND 1 other.

€ (70-90) 70
66 1104 Schenkman J 66 1104 Schenkman J
66 1104 Schenkman J 66 1104 Schenkman J
66/1104 Schenkman, J. Het leven van Jan Klaassen verteld aan de Nederlandsche jeugd. Amst., G.Th. Bom, 1859, 1st ed., 22 lvs. printed on one side only w. handcol. lithogr. ills. and accomp. text, lithographed by Emrik & Binger, orig. clothbacked col. lithogr. boards, 4to.

- Bookblock split; final leaf badly torn and repaired w. later paper (part of text reproduced in pen and ink); a few lvs. w. sm. marginal tears. Covers browned/ sl. stained. Paper over board on frontcover wearing off along edges; foot of spine dam.

= Lust en Leering p.267f; The Children's World of Learning 3772 (dating early 1860s on basis of publisher's catalogue printed on pastedowns); Ki.la.ki.le. 572 (ed. 1864). Rare.

(Idem). De kleine mama Pauline en hare pop Marie. Ibid., idem, n.d. (±1855), 1st ed., (16)p., handcol. lithogr. title-p. and 15 tinted plates finished by hand, orig. wr.

- First textleaf and first plate loose; some foxing. Wrappers loose, badly dam./ torn and w. old pieces of sellotape.

= Nice story about a girl that has to raise her naughty doll, who is lazy, pouts too often ("toont een hoofdje") and is headstrong. Lust en Leering p.140,142 ("Lijst van Nederlandse poppenboeken"), 266, 276, 447.

€ (150-250)
66/1105 Schoolbooks  Leer en Oefenschool voor de Jeugd 66/1105 Schoolbooks Leer en Oefenschool voor de Jeugd
66/1105 [Schoolbooks]. Leer- en Oefenschool voor de Jeugd. Rott., W. Locke, 1810/ 1812, 4 parts in 2 vols., VIII,160,(2),161-288,II,(2),289-484; (2),II,II,II,476,(10)p., 16 (fold.) engr./ woodcut plates (1x printed in red), woodcut ill., contemp. vellum/ boards.

- Occas. trifle foxed; large fold. plate w. sm. tear in inner margin; one fold. plate w. false folds. Boards rubbed.

= Very rare and nice educational book intended as supplementary to the regular schoolbooks. It is divided into a textbook, ('leer-boek', part 1) and a workbook ('oefen-boek', part 2), the last of which containing various assignments and exercises, for which students themselves could send in the solutions. The best entries would be published in the workbook as the official solutions, and the students concerned would be mentioned by name. The student who excelled most of all and in most subjects, J.T.J. van Goens, an 18 year old young man, even had his portrait engraved and inserted in the book. Huiskamp L24 and L25 (calling for a frontispiece and 9 illustrations to part 1 and none to part 2).

€ (80-100)
66 1106 Schoolbooks  Zelling E J 66 1106 Schoolbooks Zelling E J
66/1106 [Schoolbooks]. Zelling, E.J. De spelend leerende Jan; of eerste leerboek voor de lieve kleinen. Winschoten, H. van Huisingh, 1849, 6th ed., 16p., sm. woodcut ills., orig. printed blue publisher's wr., sm. 8vo.

- Fine copy.

= Landwehr, Prentgeschenk 24b; cf. Huiskamp Z63, listing the first edition of 1834.

Anslijn, N. Karaktertrekken, getrokken uit de algemeene en vaderlandsce geschiedenissen. Een leesboek voor de derde klasse. Leyden, D. du Mortier en zoon, 1813, 2nd ed., VIII,62p., later wr. Arndts, F. Godsvriend van Dalheim (...) Een leesboek voor het platteland. Harlingen, M. van der Plaats, 1816, IV,117p., contemp. wr.

- Two lvs. sl. stained. = Huiskamp A339.

AND 10 others, i.a. W. VAN OOSTERWIJK HULSHOFF, De geschiedenis van Jozef, voor kinderen (Leyden/ Deventer, 1812, 7th ed., fold. woodcut map of Palestine and part of the Middle East by OORTMAN, later wr.) and W. OUDSHOFF, De muzikale vriend der jeugd of Bevallige zangstukjes voor het opkomend geslacht. Eerste stukje (Rott., 1834, lithogr. title-p. and scores, orig. wr. Spine split).

€ (60-80)
66 1107 'Schoolplaten'  Hulst Jr  W G van 66 1107 'Schoolplaten' Hulst Jr W G van
66/1107 ["Schoolplaten"]. Hulst Jr., W.G. van. Ik zie, ik zie wat jij niet ziet. Silkscreen poster on linen, 116x85 cm., Alphen aan den Rijn, N. Samson, n.d. (1957).

- Sky area w. a few stains and the word "Ajax" in pencil.

= Used in combination with Dutch literacy schoolbooks, by the same author/ artist: "Ik zie, ik zie wat jij niet ziet" (Alphen a/d Rijn, N. Samson, 1957). Shows a small Dutch harbour town in the summer.

€ (30-50) 40
66/1108 Schoolplaten  Lot of 13 historical and geographical wallboards 66/1108 Schoolplaten Lot of 13 historical and geographical wallboards
66/1108 Schoolplaten  Lot of 13 historical and geographical wallboards 66/1108 Schoolplaten Lot of 13 historical and geographical wallboards
66/1108 ["Schoolplaten"]. Lot of 13 historical and geographical wallboards. Leipsic, A. Lehmann/ F.E. Wachsmuth, n.d. (±1880-1905), all ±65x85 cm. (1x 65x170 cm.).

- Sl. foxed; corners creased; one folded.

= Comprises 9 wallboards by J. KLEMM: "Der Tempel zu Jerusalem"; "Akropolis von Athen in Griechischer Zeit"; "Festplatz von Olympia in Griechischer Zeit" (dated 1903); "Im Klosterhofe"; "Die drie Zinnen aus dem Dolomiten"; "Der Thüringer Wald. Schwarzburg vom Trippstein gesehen"; "Ägyptischer Totenkultus"; "Turnier"; "Sendgrafengericht"; 1x by monogrammist "M.M.": "Im Priesterhofe des Tempels zu Jerusalem (Opferscene)" and 3 others: "Das Riesengebirge"; "Inneres einer Stadt" and "Griechische Tempelweihe".

ADDED: Die Felsenküste von Bornholm. Col. educational wallboard, 66x86 cm., Leipsic, F.E. Wachsmuth, n.d. (±1920).

- Partly waterwrinkled; sl soiled; waterstained in blank margins. Rubbed/ worn along extremities.

AND 3 others, all landscapes, publ. by the same.

€ (150-250) 160
66/1109 Scrapbooks  Album 66/1109 Scrapbooks Album
66/1109 [Scrapbooks]. Album, ±1860, (128) leaves, approx. 500 (cut-out) wood- / steelengr./ col. lithogr. ills. and orig. (pencil/ crayon) drawings (mostly on tracing paper), various sizes, all laid down, contemp. hmor., obl. 4to.

- Engravings etc. partly dam./ creased and loosening; most ills. w. gluestains in corners; occas. soiled/ duststained. Binding dam.

= Mostly clipped from French and a few from English periodicals. The orig. pencil drawings are at least in part copies after Gavarni (i.a. from Les Enfans Terribles).

€ (100-150)
66/1110 Scrapbooks  Album 66/1110 Scrapbooks Album
66/1110 Scrapbooks  Album 66/1110 Scrapbooks Album
66/1110 Scrapbooks  Album 66/1110 Scrapbooks Album
66/1110 Scrapbooks  Album 66/1110 Scrapbooks Album
66/1110 Scrapbooks  Album 66/1110 Scrapbooks Album
66/1110 [Scrapbooks]. Album, ±1870, prob. French, 46 lvs. (recto only) w. ±500 chromolithogr. scraps (incl. title leaf), within (chromolithogr.) col. paper and highly decorative borders in pen and ink.

- Bookblock loose. Rebacked.

= Very decorative compositions with many borders in pen and ink by a skillful hand. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XXXIX.

€ (300-500)