1060 - 1646 FINE PRINTING (including ILLUSTRATED BOOKS and CARICATURE)
- Upper hinge broken, but easily restorable. Wr. sl. foxed. Lacks prob. slipcase.
= Henry Cassiers 1858-1944, 103.
- Bookseller's stamp on lower pastedown. Covers sl. dustsoiled/ sl. stained, otherwise fine.
= Breugelmans/ Van Cappeleveen/ Swertz p.9.
ADDED: the trade-edition of the same work w. impressum Amst., Stichting H.G. Liebentrau, printed in 160 copies, orig. limp cl.
= Breugelmans 119 and 137.
AND 17 New Year's wishes, 1 in memoriam and 2 announcement/ prospectus leaflets printed by the same.
= Monod 10528; Vicaire VII, p.721; cf. Carteret III, p.579f.
Chevigné, L. de. Les contes rémois. Ibid., Libraire de l'academie des bibliophiles, 1868, 8th ed., (4),398p., helio-engr. frontisp. and woodengr. ills. by E. MEISSONIER, contemp. hcalf. w. richly gilt spine and red mor. letterpiece, orig. wr. pres., t.e.g.
- Occas. trifle foxed. Letterpiece w. a dam. spot; spine-ends trifle chafed.
= Vicaire II, p.390; cf. Carteret I, p.172; Monod 2753.
Zola, E. La fête à coqueville. Ibid., Charpentier & Fasquelle, 1899, 58,(1)p., num. (full-p.) woodengr. col. ills. by A. DEVAMBEZ, contemp. mor., orig. pict. wr. pres., 4to.
- One leaf w. sm. tear at blank outer margin. Sl. worn along extremities.
- Contents loosening. Silk worn along edges and duststained along spine.
= Vicaire VII, p.743. Fine example of Japanese influence on French art in the late 19th cent. Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXII.
- Contents fine. Joints splitting.
- Lower corner frontcover sl. dam.; covers sl. foxed/ soiled.
Beatrijs. Een middeleeuwsche legende. Maastr./ Brussels, A.A.M. Stols, (1937), 59,(2)p., woodcut ills. by V. STUYVAERT, orig. wr.
= One of 25 numb. copies on Hollandsch paper. Van Dijk 392.
AND 6 others, i.a. H. DE BALZAC, De baldadige vertelsels. Dutch transl. A.M. de Jong (Amst., 1941 (=1943), copperengr. frontisp. by H. LEVIGNE, handcol. ills., printed in 500 numb. copies, orig. richly gilt and dec. hvellum, t.e.g. and gauffered, 4to. De Jong 67) and J. DE LAFONTAINE, De krekel en de mier en andere fabels. Dutch transl. J.W.F. Werumeus Buning (Amst., 1945, 12 etchings by J. BIERUMA OOSTING, printed in 1000 numb. copies signed by the translator and artist, orig. giltlettered hvellum, 4to).
- Colophon leaf browned from protective sheet.
- First 5 (unnumb.) leaves (incl. frontisp.) trifle waterstained in blank outer margin; orig. wr. sl. duststained. Spine faded.
= One of 53 copies printed on japon impérial.
- All lvs. w. pagenumber in pencil in lower right corner. "Tiger girl" foxed in outer lower blank margin. Good copy.
= Logan Collection 155: "This book was characteristic of the casual and iconoclastic nature of the 1960s. 1 Cent Life was the amazing assemblage of sixty-two color lithographs by twenty-eight artists in a project initiated as the result of a casual conversation between the Chinese artist and poet Walasse Ting and the artist Sam Francis." Very fine, impressive and colourful bookproduction, comprising 61 poems by Walasse Ting and col. lithographs by i.a. P. Alechinsky (5x), K. Appel (5x), S. Francis (6x), A. Jorn (2x), R. Lichtenstein (1x), C. Oldenburg (1x), R. Rauschenberg (1x), A. Saura (1x), W. Ting (6x), B. van Velde (1x), A. Warhol (1x) and T. Wesselman (2x). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXII.
- Lacks sm. portion of backstrip at foot of spine; spine sl. worn; wr. sl. browned.
= One of 200 numb. copies of the deluxe edition. Braches 2134; cat. Het Nederlandse Boek 80.
= "The fourteen original lithographic stones engraved by H. de Toulouse-Lautres for Editions Joubert in 1895, and which permitted us to complete this new edition, were found in the basement of the Joubert Publishing offices, where they had remained for a very long time. Thanks to their proprietors, we had the permission to reprint this set of fourteen lithographs at the well known Atelier Mourlot in Paris. After this printing, the stones have been cancelled, and deposited at the Cabinet des Estampes of the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris, as a gift of the owners. The subscribers to this edition may be assured that there will not be any other printing made after those stones" (from the justification of the publisher).
ADDED: G. ADRIANI, Toulouse-Lautrec. Das gesamte graphische Werk (Cologne, (1986), 5th ed., num. (col.) ills., orig. wr., folio.
- A few leaves sl. foxed. = Monod 10754.
= Monod 6051.
= Unnumbered copy, but the colophon signed in pencil by Hartz: "printer's copy". The portrait monogrammed in pencil "SLH" (partly intertwined).
- Owner's entry/ dedication on first blank.
Claes, E. De heiligen van Sichem. Amst., Wereldbibliotheek, 1931, 62,(2)p., 4 woodcut ills. and orig. wr. by E. TYTGAT, sm. 8vo.
- Fine. = Deluxe copy, printed on better, heavy paper.
- Hinges weak. Otherwise a fine, unopened copy.
AND 1 other illustrated by the same: J. GIRAUDOUX, La Pharmacienne (Brussels, 1944, 6 plates, orig. wr.).
- Covers a few sm. foxed spots. Otherwise very fine. = Van Dijk 224.