1060 - 1646 FINE PRINTING (including ILLUSTRATED BOOKS and CARICATURE)
- Backstrip trifle sunned. Otherwise fine.
= Monod 6230; Carteret IV, p.213?: "Belle publication cotée, d'un peintre de talent qui a peu illustré". One of 30 copies on grand Japon or grand vélin d'Arches [this copy] with 2 extra suites of the plates and (except for the etched portr. on the title) illustrations: in pure etching w. remarque and in a finished state with remarque (one ill. erroneously lacking the extra copy w. remarque, but w. a duplicate of another ill.), with the original prospectus (4p., w. 2 orig. etched ills.) bound at the end. This copy unnumb. but marked "Réservé à mon fils Marcel" and signed by the publisher F. Ferroud in the colophon, with 2 manuscript correspondence cards signed by J.-F. Raffaëli to the publisher, in which he writes that he sends some of the finished plates. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XLIX.
- Fine copy.
= One of 500 copies of the DELUXE edition, bound by GERD PRADE in giltlettered hvellum, in giltlettered board slipcase. Sarkowski 530.
- Spine-ends trifle rubbed; frontcover trifle darkened along margins.
= Bound by ? (monogrammed "L.V." at foot of spine) in sea-blue crushed morocco w. triple-gilt borders around sides on both covers and w. floral corner pieces on frontcover. Monod 6301; Carteret V, p.109. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XLIX.
- Unnumbered copy. Contents sl. loose(ning); plates trifle yellowed and occas. sl. foxed along margins. Frontwr. and spine sl. waterst., not affecting contents; top of spine dam.
= Interesting publication on the history of the traditional Japanese Kabuki theatre. The plates showing costumes, scenes and actors. Monod 6241. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE L.
- Sl. soiled; first ±7 and last ±8 lvs. stained in inner margin; one leaf w. contemp. annot. in pen and ink. Top of spine sl. dam.; (sl.) worn along extremities; backcover w. sm. dam. spot.
= Unused almanach. Grand-Carteret 1954.
= Copy numb. 15 in the colophon and SIGNED by the publisher: "de voorafgaande 20 jaar oude tekst herdrukten wij op onze rammelende proefpers voor de marginale drukkers van vandaag."
Berghmans, J. Analfabeten. Antw./ The Hague, De Galge/ W.A. Palm, 1968, (26) lvs., typography by F. DE JONG, printed in 300 signed and numb. copies, orig. pict. wr. Gillet, L. Terzeestelling op Ouessant. Amst., F. de Jong, 1990, (6) lvs., col. ills. and typography by F. DE JONG, printed in 140 numb. copies, orig. wr.
= SIGNED by the author and publisher.
AND 5 other publications published by F. de Jong.
= SIGNED by the AUTHOR.
Rook, G.J. de. Frans de Jong. Schilderen met de drukpers. Amst./ The Hague, Rijksmuseum Meermanno-Westreenianum/ Museum van het Boek, 1993, 77,(3)p., col. lithogr. ills., orig. pict. wr.
= DEDICATION to K. NIJKERK by F. DE JONG. With loosely inserted exhibition invitation.
= I.a. G. KOUWENAAR, Men moet (bifolium w. stencilprint in gold and colours by Frans de Jong); T. TELLEGEN, Een sprookje (bifolium w. col. stencilprint by Frans de Jong, printed in 95 copies); L. DE JONG, Johnny (bifolium, short letterpress story and col. stencilprint of a cat by Frans de Jong); "Gevlogen zijn ze, alle twee van Brouwersgracht 70 naar 2e Constantijn Huygensstraat 18b" and "Tentoonstelling December Geschenken Ina Broerse".
- Dustwr. trifle frayed along upper margin (3 sm. tears and some rubbed spots), otherwise very fine.
= First edition with the illustrations by Gerald Rose.
- Cloth sl. foxed. Very fine copy.
= One of 29 Roman numbered copies printed on Simili Japon of Van Gelder Zonen, SIGNED by the author and his daughter Miss Lucia Joyce. Slocum & Cahoon A43. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE L.
- Apart from a sl. rubbed area in blank margin below the frontisp. and some very vague rubbed/ scratched marks on covers a fine copy, in an attractive binding.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE L.
= Including 2 prospectuses, one w. woodengr. by LOU STRIK.
Gregoor, N. De houtsneden van Kees Andrea. Ibid., idem, 2004, (9) textp., 42 woodcuts by K. ANDREA (4 handcol., signed by the artist and w. captions by N. GREGOOR), printed in 60 numb. copies (15), loosely inserted as published in clothbacked box.
= One of the 15 copies with 4 handcol. woodcuts SIGNED by the ARTIST and w. captions by N. GREGOOR.
Rueter, P.G. Pam-fletten. Bokkesprongen in rijm en beeld. Zutphen, Gaillarde Pers, 1972, (33)p., 14 woodengr. plates by P.G. RUETER, printed in 100 numb. and signed copies, printed on yellow Kyoto, bound as a blockbook, orig. Haruki wr.
- Wrappers, blanks and first/ast pages (sl.) foxed. Slipcase sl. rubbed at extremities.
= Interesting lot of bibliophile works published by the Kickshaws Press. Including a SIGNED Dutch exhibition catalogue (1997). Based in Paris, Kickshaws is a private press run by John Crombie and Sheila Bourne, active from 1980. They publish very remarkable typographical works, partly w. ringbound covers. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LI.
- Bookseller's stamp on inside of folding flap. Unnumb. copy.
- Bookplate on first free endpaper.