1060 - 1646 FINE PRINTING (including ILLUSTRATED BOOKS and CARICATURE)
= One of the 8 copies HC.
AND 8 other publications by the Atlanta Pers in good/ fine condition, i.a. P. VAN OSTAIJEN, Enkele gedichten voorafgegaan door fragmenten uit zijn kritisch proza (ibid., 1980, 3 col. etchings by G. VAN ASSCHE and typography by R. BAKKER, printed in 70 numb. copies, signed by the illustrator and the typogr., orig. giltlettered cl.) and R. BAKKER, Veertig tekens is nog geen zin (ibid., 1986, silkscreen and typographer by R. BAKKER, printed in 70 numb. copies (26), signed by the author, orig. stiff paper dec. wr., square 8vo).
= SIGNED by the author.
Acht liederen van angst en vertwijfeling. Dutch transl. by H.C. ten Berge. Ibid., idem, 1987, (8),8,(3)p., printed in 50 numb. copies, orig. wr., sm. sq. 4to. - AND 9 other publications by Atalanta Pers, Baarn, all fine copies, i.a. OEY TJENG SIT, Courant Incourant (1988, 7 linocuts by the author, printed in 78 numb. copies, orig. dec. boards, 4to); JACOB VAN MAERLANT, Wapene Martijn (1979, 3 linocuts by R. BAKKER, printed in 40 numb. copies, orig. wr., obl. 8vo) and WEIA, Sappho, mooi geschreven (1987, design by WEIA, printed in a limited ed., orig. wr.).
= SIGNED by the artist.
= Comprises publications by i.a. A.S. POESJKIN, O. WILDE, S. MALLARMÉ, J. BENOIT, H. MARSMAN, A. BLOK, R. HAUSMANN. O. KHAYYAM, W. BENJAMIN, W. KLOOS, G. ACHTERBERG, K. SCHWITTERS, L. ANSINGH, S. VESTDIJK, M. VASALIS, M. DORNA and T. VAN DOESBURG. A few vols. signed by the author, 1 vol. w. dedication to K. NIJKERK and some vols. w. ills.
- Binding faded and sl. rubbed along extremities; backcover sl. chafed.
= One of 100 numb. copies with all plates signed by the artist in pencil. Avalun-Druck 9. Rodenberg 332, 9. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XXXIV.
- Yellowed/ browned. Wrappers worn/ sl. frayed.
= Copy from the library of Fokko Mees, w. his bookplate and an AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION addressed to him on the htitle.
Baillon, A. Le pot de fleur. Ibid., idem, 1925, 68,(1)p., 6 full-p. woodcut ills. by J.F. CANTRÉ, printed in 361 numb. copies (300), orig. wr.
- Some sl. foxing; owner's entry on htitle; bookplate on verso frontwr. = This copy marked "L"(?).
AND 4 others, i.a. J. DE BOSSCHÉRE, Métiers divins (Paris, 1913, ills., printed in a lim. numb. ed., orig. limp boards. Binding dam.) and F. JAMMES, La Noël de mes enfants (Paris, 1919, woodcut frontisp. and 4 ills. by A. ROUBILLE, printed in 1009 numb. copies, orig. wr., sm 8vo. One of 130 copies on Papier lila, with an extra suite of the ills. on Velin).
- Wr. soiled; frontwr. and a few text lvs. detached. = Rare.
- Spine and slipcase (partly) faded.
- Spine w. some rubbed spots (raised bands worse).
Doff, N. Jours de famine et de détresse. Ibid., Éditions Mornay, 1927, 1st ed., 223,(3)p., 22 engr. plates, num. ills. and orig. wr. w. engr. ill. by GASTON NICK, printed in 497 numb. copies (425) on Rives.
= In this autobiography, Neel Doff describes the poor circumstances in which she was raised in Amsterdam. She was forced into prostitution and modelling, until she met Fernand Brouez, a wealthy lawyer and socialist, who took her to Belgium.
- Box sl. discoloured and sl. worn at spine-ends.
- Binding sl. bumped/ rubbed at corners and spine-ends; paper over frontcover partly sl. bubbly.
= Hayn/ Gotendorff IX, p.45. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XXXIV.
- Trifle worn along extremities.
AND 3 others, i.a. A. ROBAUDI, Oeuvres complètes de François Coppée. Theatre, poésies, prose 1888-1899 (ibid., n.d., frontisp., woodengr. ills., orig. gilt and pict cl., 4to, a.e.g. Hinges weak; sl. worn alongs extremities). and P.-J. DE BÉRANGER, Chansons de Béranger (ibid., 1866, woodengr. ills., orig. wr. pres., later gilt hsuede w. 2 mor. letterpieces, 4to. Sl. foxed; orig. wr. sl. soiled).
- Lacks 2 lvs. Contents loose; needs rebinding.
= Bibl. Deutsche Bibliophilie in drei Jahrzehnten p.202. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XXXIV.
- All vols. (sl.) foxed. All vols. joints split(ting)/ backstrips dam./ spine-ends chipped (one w. upper portion missing); gilding worn off.
= Vicaire I, p.409-410.
- Annot. in pen on first blank. Sl. worn/ rubbed along extremities.
= One of 100 numb. copies w. an extra suite of the full-p. col. lithographs on "papier teinté filigrané Japon". Our copy enriched with 13 EXTRA ORIGINAL brush and black ink/ watercolour drawings (1x w. signed dedication "à Willy Michel très amicalement Bertommé St Andre"). Carteret IV, p.396. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XXXV.
- Spine professionaly restored w. use of original backstrip.
= Roscoe p.117-180; Hugo 428; Ray 52: "Bewick deplored this well-produced volume, which to his mind could only serve "to feed the whimsies of bibliomanists", but he tolerated its publication. Though some of the engravings hardly rise above the chapbook level (...) the book is useful as a record of his work before he achieved his mature style."
Bewick, T. A Memoir of Thomas Bewick, written by Himself. Newcastle/ London, J. Bewick/ Longman, Green, Longman and Roberts, 1862, 1st ed., XIX,(1),344p., woodengr. vignettes by T. BEWICK, orig. cl.
- Hinges sl. weak. Spine-ends sl. worn.
- Sl. foxed. Rebacked w. use of orig. backstrip; upper joint chipped near top of spine; a few rubbed spots along extremities.
= Ray 5; Hugo 78.
- Binding sl. rubbed along extremities.
- This copy unnumbered.