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67 2680 Alwoerden H van 67 2680 Alwoerden H van
67/2680 Alwoerden, H. van. Historie van Michael Servetus den Spanjaart (...). Rott., J.D. Beman, 1729, (2),XLIV,275,(11)p., engr. frontisp. w. portrait, title-vignette, contemp. gilt hcalf w. brown mor. letterpiece.

- Owner's entry on title-p.; sm. vague stamp on first free endpaper; blank upper margin of 1 textleaf carefully restored; occas. a few foxed spots, contents otherwise fine. Joints and spine-ends sl. rubbed; trifle worn along extremities; foot of spine w. sm. stain.

€ (150-250) 150
67 2681 America  Acosta J de 67 2681 America Acosta J de
67/2681 [America]. Acosta, J. de. Historie Naturael en Morael van de Westersche Indien. Waer inne ghehandelt wort van de merckelijckste dinghen des Hemels/ Elementen/ Metalen/ Planten ende Gedierten van dien: Als oock de Manieren/ Ceremonien/ Wetten/ Regeeringen/ ende Oorlogen der Indianen. Dutch transl. J. Huyghen van Linschoten. Amst., Broer Jansz., 1624, 2nd ed., (8),177,(7)p., woodcut title-vignette, 13 woodcut ills., contemp. vellum.

- Mediocre copy: (heavily) waterst. throughout; owner's entry (J.H. Verloop) on verso title-p. and last leaf. Binding (water)st./ soiled/ warped.

= Tiele 26; Tiele, Mémoire 290; Muller, America 8; Sabin 127; Alden/ Landis 624/2; Klooster 6; De Backer/ Sommervogel I, p.35; Leclerc 16; Rouffaer/ Muller I, p.658; Howgego A7 ("providing a complete analysis of the Amerindian world"); cf. Cox II, p.254f; cf. Arents 67; cf. Church 328. Important early account on the history of America, dealing i.a. with the early history of the Indians of Peru and Mexico. The work was first published in Latin in Sevilla, 1589 and first published in Spanish (Sevilla) in 1590. Acosta stayed as a Jesuit missionary in South and Middle America for a period of 17 years and "(...) was a careful and accurate observer of all that he saw, and his work is of great and intrinsic value. (...) His Historia Natural y moral de las Indias, a work of standard authority, attained great popularity, and was translated into nearly every European language. (...)" (Church). "Acosta's official duties obliged him to personally investigate a very extensive range of territory, providing him with a practical knowledge of the province, and of its aboriginal inhabitants. (...). Acosta was one of the first scholars to formulate a systemic theory of anthropology, suggesting a classification of different peoples into different types, and anticipating later theories of social evolution." (Howgego).

€ (200-300)
67 2682 America  Campe J H 67 2682 America Campe J H
67/2682 [America]. Campe, J.H. De ontdekking van America. Geschikt ter aangenaame en nuttige leezing voor kinderen en jonge lieden. Amst., By de Weduwe J. Doll, 1782-1783, 3 vols., XV,405[=389]; (2),352; (2),332p., 3 fold. contemp. handcol. engr. maps, 1 fold. plate w. globe, contemp. unif. gilt hcalf w. brown mor. letterpiece.

- All maps w. tear, 2x affecting the image; 1 leaf lacks portion in blank outer margin; first few lvs. of vol. 3. sl. waterst. Spines chafed; top of spine vol. 1 chipped; trifle worn along extremities.

= BNK 515. Comprises 52 conversations between a father and his children on i.a. Columbus.

€ (200-300) 200
67/2683 America  Hedendaagsche Historie of Tegenwoordige Staat van Amerika 67/2683 America Hedendaagsche Historie of Tegenwoordige Staat van Amerika
67/2683 [America]. Hedendaagsche Historie, of Tegenwoordige Staat van Amerika. Amst., I. Tirion, 1766-1769, 3 vols., (4),676,(22); (4),685,(19); (4),620,(16)p., 3 diff. engr. frontisp., 23 fold. maps and plans and 2 fold. views, contemp. partly unif. gilt calf w. mor. letterpiece.

- A few maps sl. foxed. Vol. 1 and 2 binding rubbed.

= Contains a large number of interesting and detailed maps and plans of both Americas, i.a. of "Mexico en Nieuw Granada", Vera Cruz (2x diff.), Porto Bello, Panama, Carthagena (2x diff.), Lima, Rio de la Plata, Valparayso, Surinam, Martinique, Porto Rico, New Orleans, Quebec (siege of the English) and Canada. Sabin 31212: "The latter half of the third volume relates to Louisiana, Canada and the countries near Hudson's Bay. The numerous maps and plates are well executed." SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLIII.

€ (700-900) 900
67 2684 Amersfoort  Bemmel A van 67 2684 Amersfoort Bemmel A van
67 2684 Amersfoort  Bemmel A van 67 2684 Amersfoort Bemmel A van
67/2684 [Amersfoort]. Bemmel, A. van. Beschryving der stad Amersfoort. Utr., H. Spruyt, 1760, 2 vols., (16),454; (6),457-1018,(8)p., 8 fold. and 1 full-p. plates/ views by P. VAN LIENDER, later unif. gilt hcalf.

- Vol. 2 occas. waterst. in upper margin; occas. sl. yellowed/ foxed. Covers sl. chafed; vol. 1 upper joint starting.

= Nijhoff/ Van Hattum 19; Haitsma Mulier/ Van der Lem 44.

€ (150-250) 150
67 2685 Amsterdam and surroundings  Antonides van der Goes J 67 2685 Amsterdam and surroundings Antonides van der Goes J
67/2685 [Amsterdam and surroundings]. Antonides van der Goes, J. De Ystroom. Begreepen in vier boeken. Amst., N. ten Hoorn, 1699, (30),138,(6)p., engr. frontisp. and 4 plates by R. DE HOOGHE, half-p. ill., contemp. calf w. gilt spine and burgundy letterpiece.

- First few lvs. vaguely waterst. in outer lower corner, contents otherwise fine. Spine trifle rubbed; foot of spine repaired w. glue.

= Landwehr, R. de Hooghe as bookill. 9. (listing the first ed. 1671); Nijhoff/ Van Hattum 7 (note). In this extensive poem Antonides van der Goes describes his walk along the IJ, where he crosses the "houttuin", the "vismarkt", the house of Michiel de Ruyter, the "West-Indisch Huis", the "Zeemagazijn" and the "Scheepstimmerwerf" and he describes the history of i.a. whaling and ice-skating.

BOUND WITH: Vondel, J. van. Bespiegelingen van Godt en Godtdienst. Tegen d'ongodisten, verlochenaers der Godtheit of goddelijcke voorzienigheit. Rott., B. Bos, 1700, 2nd ed., (20),219p., engr. frontisp., portrait of the author (yellowed). - AND BOUND WITH: Idem. Toonneel des Menschelyken Levens ofde vernieuwde Gulden Winkel (...). Amst., W. Lamsvelt, 1699, (8),148,(2)p., 73 engr. ills. (1 plate w. sm. tear, trifle waterst. in blank margin). - AND WITH: Bidloo, G. De Brieven der gemartelde Apostelen. Ibid., B Visser/ idem, 1698, 2nd ed., (10),84p., engr. frontisp., woodcut title vignette, 13 engr. ills. (fine).

€ (100-150) 170
67 2686 Amsterdam and surroundings  Baerle K van 67 2686 Amsterdam and surroundings Baerle K van
67/2686 [Amsterdam and surroundings]. Baerle, K. van. Blyde inkomst der allerdoorluchtighste koninginne, Maria de Medicis, t'Amsterdam. Amst., J. and C. Blaeu, 1639, (14),76p., engr. portr. of Maria de Medici after G. HONTHORST and 16 fold./ double-page etched views and plates by S. SAVERIJ and P. NOLPE after S. DE VLIEGER, J.M. JONGE and CL. MOEYAERT, contemp./ sl. later overlapping vellum, folio.

- A fine professionally restored copy w. sm. closed tears and restorations in inner margin and a few in upper margin; rebound w. new endpapers. Despite the restorations a desirable copy.

= Fine Dutch Royal Entry book, relating the visit of Maria de Medicis to Amsterdam, 31 August-5 September 1638, with beautiful views of Amsterdam by Salomon Saverij and Pieter Nolpe, including the splendid large folding plate of "Admiraalzeilen op het IJ" and two fine prints of the not yet filled-in Rokin: "Watergevecht" and "Spiegelgevecht". Landwehr, Splendid ceremonies 110; Snoep, Praal en propaganda p.39-76; Hollstein XXIV, 144 (Saverij) and XIV, 86-94 (Nolpe); F.M. 1793. With the sometimes present group portrait of the Amsterdam burgomasters by J. Suyderhoef after T. KEIJSER: "zoo houd ik mij vast overtuigd, dat deze plaat geen deel van het werk uitmaakt en er niet in behoort" (Fred. Muller). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLIII.

€ (700-900)
67 2687 Amsterdam and surroundings  Brouërius van Nidek M 67 2687 Amsterdam and surroundings Brouërius van Nidek M
67/2687 [Amsterdam and surroundings]. Brouërius van Nidek, M. Het Verheerlykt Watergraefs- of Diemer-Meer, By de Stadt Amsterdam, Vertoont in verscheide vermakelyke Gezichten Van deszelfs Lustplaetzen en Landhuizen, Hoven, Tuinen, Fonteinen, Vyvers, Gras- en Bloem-perken. Gemeene en Byzondere Ry- en Wandel-wegen, Maliebaen, Herbergen en Bruggen. Amst., A. and H. de Leth, 1725, (42)p., engr. frontisp. by J.W. WINTER after A. VAN DER LAAN, 1 half-p. map, 2 double-p./ fold. plans and 1 half-p. plan, 56 (of 58) views on 28 (of 29) plates by D. STOOPENDAEL, contemp. blindst. vellum, folio.

- Lacks one plate w. two views; frontisp. and a few plates loose(ning). Binding partly heavily darkened; frontcover w. large paper ticket.

€ (150-250) 180
67 2688 Amsterdam and surroundings  Commelin C 67 2688 Amsterdam and surroundings Commelin C
67 2688 Amsterdam and surroundings  Commelin C 67 2688 Amsterdam and surroundings Commelin C
67/2688 [Amsterdam and surroundings]. Commelin, C. Beschryvinge van Amsterdam, Desselfs eerste oorspronk uyt den Huyse der Heeren van Aemstel en Aemstellant; met een Verhaal Van haar Leven en dappere Krijgsdaden; Amsterdams kleyne Beginselen; Oudheyt, Bemuring, en verscheyde Vergrootingen: De gelegenheyt en hoedanigheyt dr Stad, de voornaamste Gebouwen, en wijze van Regeeringe. Beneffens een historisch Verhaal, vervattenede 't geene in, en om de zelve, van den beginne af, tot in den Jare 1691 toe, is voorgevallen./ Vervolg van de Beschryving der Stadt Amsterdam (...). Amst., Wolfgang, Waasberge, Boom, Van Someren and Goethals, 1693, 1st ed., 2 vols., (18),528; (2),529-1223,(41)p., engr. frontisp., 2 woodcut coats of arms on title, 52 (double-p.) maps/ plans/ plates, num. (half-p.) textengrs., woodcut textills., contemp. unif. blindst. vellum, folio.

- Vol. 2 partly waterst. in outer margin; one plate repaired w. japanese. Vellum sl. soiled/ stained; corners showing; vol. 1 lower part upper joint splitting.

= The first edition of the best 17th cent. description of Amsterdam, based on the works by the predecessors Dapper and Van Domselaar and on materials furnished by the author's father Isaac Commelin. The author (1636-1693) had free access to the archives of the city and therefore his work contains much more reliable sources and official documents than the works by Dapper and Van Domselaar. Nijhoff/ Van Hattum 66/ 67; Haitsma Mulier/ Van der Lem 116. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLIV.

€ (1.000-1.500) 1100
67 2689 Amsterdam and surroundings  Dyk J van 67 2689 Amsterdam and surroundings Dyk J van
67/2689 [Amsterdam and surroundings]. Dyk, J. van. Kunst- en historie-kundige beschryving van alle de schilderyen op het stadhuis van Amsteldam, met beoordeelingen en aanmerkingen over de stukken de korte levensbeschryvingen van derzelver schilders. Amst., J. de Jongh, 1790, XIV,164p., engr. frontisp., contemp. boards w. paper letterpiece.

- Upper hinge weak. Sl. worn along extremities; backcover sl. soiled.

€ (50-70) 50
67 2690 Amsterdam and surroundings  Kruyf C de 67 2690 Amsterdam and surroundings Kruyf C de
67 2690 Amsterdam and surroundings  Kruyf C de 67 2690 Amsterdam and surroundings Kruyf C de
67/2690 [Amsterdam and surroundings]. Kruyf, C. de. Vues choisies d'Amsterdam et ses Environs. Amst., F. Buffa & Fils, 1825, engr. title by J.C. ZÜRCHER, letterpress index-leaf, 45 aquatint views by A. LUTZ and W.H. HOOGKAMER after C. DE KRUYF, H.G. TEN CATE, J. JELGERHUIS a.o., contemp. simple gilt hcalf, obl. folio.

- Some foxing to title-p. and in blank margins of approx. 20 plates. Binding worn/ dam.

= Famous series mainly comprising Amsterdam views, but also including some views of the Royal Palaces, i.a. Het Loo and Soestdijk. The series, one of the finest ever made on Amsterdam, was published in 9 instalments of 5 plates.

€ (400-600) 500
67 2691 Amsterdam and surroundings  Le Moine de L'Espine J 67 2691 Amsterdam and surroundings Le Moine de L'Espine J
67/2691 [Amsterdam and surroundings]. Le Moine de L'Espine, J. De koophandel van Amsterdam, naer alle gewesten der waereld. Eene verhandeling van de waren en koopmanschappen (...) vergelykingen der munten, maten en gewigten (...) wisselbank, beurs en korenbeurs (...) loon der makelaers (...). Ed. I. Le Long. Rott., Ph. Losel a.o., 1753, 7th ed., 2 vols., (16),891,(19); (4),790,(18)p., engr. frontisp. by B. BERNARTS, fold. tables, contemp. unif. hvellum, sm. 8vo.

- One fold. table w. sm. tear; vol. 1 trifle foxed, otherwise fine. Corners sl. showing.

= Cf. De Buck 5831. The first edition was published in Amst., 1694.

€ (150-200)
67/2692 [Amsterdam and surroundings]. (Marius, L.). Amstelredams eer ende opcomen, door de denckwaerdighe miraklen aldaer geschied, aen ende door het H. Sacrament des Altaers. Anno 1345. Antw., H. Aertssens, 1639, (16),304p., engr. title and 15 (of 16) plates by BOETHIUS À BOLSWERT, contemp. overlapping vellum w. manuscript title in old pen on spine, sm. 8vo.

- Lacks one plate; trifle waterstained.

= Funck p.359. The best account of the so-called miracle of Amsterdam (1345).

€ (50-70)
67 2693 Amsterdam and surroundings  Philips Jacobszoon C  67 2693 Amsterdam and surroundings Philips Jacobszoon C
67 2693 Amsterdam and surroundings  Philips Jacobszoon C  67 2693 Amsterdam and surroundings Philips Jacobszoon C
67/2693 [Amsterdam and surroundings]. (Philips Jacobszoon, C.). Verzaameling van alle de huizen en prachtige gebouwen langs de Keizers en Heere-grachten der stadt Amsteldam, beginnende van den Binnen Amstel en eindigende aan de Brouwers-gracht, bestaande in ruim 1400 prachtige en trotsche Gebouwen origineel van Huis tot Huis geteekend en op Kunstige koopere Plaaten Afgebeeld. Amst., B. Mourik, n.d. (±1768-1770), printed title and list of subscribers, 24 double-p. copperengr. plates, contemp. ribbed gilt hcalf w. mor. letterpiece, large folio.

- One plate waterstained in lower margin, sl. penetrating the image; some other plates waterstained in blank lower margin. Otherwise a good/ fine copy, occas. sl. soiled spots.

= Leonhardt sale, Atlas van Amsterdam 85. Detailed depiction of over 1400 houses bordering the Amsterdam canals, very important for the history of Amsterdam architecture. "Dit fraay en allzints nutlyk werk is niet alleen zeer aangenaam aan de Bewoonders deezer prachtige Gebouwen, maar ook aan zodanige Liefhebbers welke hunne Kunst Kabinetten verryken met alles wat van dien smaak het licht ziet. Het is ook van niet minder dienst aan Timmerlieden, Metzelaars, Steenhouwers, Schilders, Smits en meer andere die aan de Bouwkunst behooren, vermits veele deezer Gebouwen na de Ontwerpen en Teekeningen van beroemde Italiaansche en Fransche Architecten vervaardigt zyn en duizende voorwerpen van Modellen doen zien, zonder te gedenken dat de kunst Beminnaars deeze Plaaten in of by de Beschryving van Amsteldam kunnen voegen." [title-p.]. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLIV.

€ (1.500-2.500) 1500
67 2694 Amsterdam and surroundings  Rademaker A 67 2694 Amsterdam and surroundings Rademaker A
67 2694 Amsterdam and surroundings  Rademaker A 67 2694 Amsterdam and surroundings Rademaker A
67/2694 [Amsterdam and surroundings]. Rademaker, A. Hollands Arcadia, of de vermaarde Rivier den Amstel; Vertónende alle deszelfs Lustplaatzen, Herenhuizen en Dorpen; zig uitstrekkende van Amsterdam af door Ouderkerk, Abcoude, Baembrug tot Loendersloot; wederkérende langs de vermákelyke Landgezichten van de Wetering. Amst., L. Schenk, 1730, (20) textp., engr. title-vignette and 100 views on 50 plates, modern antique style hmor. w. red mor. letterpiece, a.e.g., folio.

= Very fine copy.

€ (250-350) 350
67 2695 Amsterdam and surroundings  Rademaker A 67 2695 Amsterdam and surroundings Rademaker A
67 2695 Amsterdam and surroundings  Rademaker A 67 2695 Amsterdam and surroundings Rademaker A
67 2695 Amsterdam and surroundings  Rademaker A 67 2695 Amsterdam and surroundings Rademaker A
67 2695 Amsterdam and surroundings  Rademaker A 67 2695 Amsterdam and surroundings Rademaker A
67/2695 [Amsterdam and surroundings]. Rademaker, A. Spiegel van Amsterdams zomervreugd, op de dorpen Amstelveen, Slooten, en den Overtoom. Amst., L. Schenk, n.d. (±1730), (7)textp., 20 engr. views on 10 plates, late 19th cent. marbled boards, folio.

- Upper hinge weak. Spine and corners sl. worn. = Also incl. 12 mounted engravings by R. DE HOOGHE on 6 plates.

BOUND WITH: Rademaker, A. and Tysens, G. Hollands Tempe Verhérelykt, vertoond in dertig uitmuntende gezigten; beginnende van Amsterdam af langs de Haarlemmer Trekvaart; gaande verders door Sparewou, Sparendam, tot Marquette. Met deszelfs kerken, héren-huizen, en verdere landsieráden. Ibid., idem, (1728), (13)textp., 30 engr. views on 15 plates by A. RADEMAKER. - BOUND WITH: Brouërius van Nidek, M. Het Zegenpralend Kennemerland, Vertoond in 100 Heerlyke Gezichten Van de voornaamste lustplaetsen, adelyke huizen, dorp- en stede-gebouwen; Beginnende met Kastrikum (...) en eindigende met het Quartier van Heemstede, Berkenrode en Bennebroek. Ibid., J. Roman, n.d. (±1725), 2 parts in 1 vol., (6),24,18p., 2 ident. engr. frontispieces, title-vignette and 1 other vignette, fold. map, 100 views on 50 plates by H. DE LETH.

- Sm. tear in map; occas. sl. yellowed.

= Cat. Harlemia Illustrata 295-394; cf. Ekama 555 (ed. 1768). One of the finest books on 18th cent. Dutch stately homes, also of great importance for contemporary garden-architecture (the views also include detailed plans of the gardens). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLV.

€ (800-1.000)
67 2696 Amsterdam and surroundings  Wagenaar J 67 2696 Amsterdam and surroundings Wagenaar J
67/2696 [Amsterdam and surroundings]. Wagenaar, J. Amsterdam, in zyne opkomst, aanwas, geschiedenissen, voorregten, koophandel, gebouwen, kerkenstaat, schoolen, schutterye, gilden en regeeringe, beschreeven. Amst., I. Tirion, (vol. 1 and 2)/ Yntema en Tieboel (vol. 3)/ V. van der Plaats (vol. 4), 1760-1767/ 1802, 4 vols., 4 ident. engr. title-vignettes, 4 portraits, 9 maps/ plans and 81 (fold.) plates/ views, contemp. unif. hroan w. black mor. letterpiece, folio.

- All vols. w. bookplate on upper pastedown; 1 plate loose; occas. a few lvs. yellowed/ sl. browned/ thumbed. Bindings worn along extremities; vol. 1 spine-ends chipped.

= Nijhoff/ Van Hattum 311; Nijhoff/ Van Hattum 311; Landwehr, Splendid Ceremonies 256; Atlas Van Stolk 4183; F.M. 4210. Complete copy, with the rare fourth volume (containing 2 portraits and 12 fold. views), published 35 years after the third volume.

€ (800-1.000) 800
67 2697 Amsterdam and surroundings  Wagenaar J 67 2697 Amsterdam and surroundings Wagenaar J
67/2697 [Amsterdam and surroundings]. Wagenaar, J. Amsterdam, in zyne opkomst, aanwas, geschiedenissen, voorregten, koophandel, gebouwen, kerkenstaat, schoolen, schutterye, gilden en regeeringe beschreeven. Amst., I. Tirion (vol. 1 and 2)/ Yntema and Tieboel (vol. 3), 1760-1767, 3 vols., (10),XXIV,743; 552; (2),565,(1)p., 3 ident. engr. title-vignettes, 1 frontisp., portrait of the author, 132 (fold.) maps/ plans/ plates/ portraits/ views, sl. later unif. gilt hroan, folio.

- Vol. II first few lvs./ quires loose(ning) and lacks p.181-182 as always; one plate w. pencil scribbling; final leaf vol. 1 restored w. sellotape. Bindings trifle rubbed.

= Good/ fine EXTRA ILLUSTRATED set. Nijhoff/ Van Hattum 311; Nijhoff/ Van Hattum 311; Landwehr, Splendid Ceremonies 256; Atlas Van Stolk 4183; F.M. 4210. As often without the fourth volume published 21 years after the third volume.

€ (800-1.000) 800
67 2698 Amsterdam and surroundings  Wagenaar J 67 2698 Amsterdam and surroundings Wagenaar J
67 2698 Amsterdam and surroundings  Wagenaar J 67 2698 Amsterdam and surroundings Wagenaar J
67/2698 [Amsterdam and surroundings]. Wagenaar, J. Amsterdam, in zyne opkomst, aanwas, geschiedenissen, voorregten, koophandel, gebouwen, kerkenstaat, schoolen, schutterye, gilden en regeeringe, beschreeven. Amst., I. Tirion (vol. 1 and 2)/ Yntema en Tieboel (vol. 3), 1760-1767, 3 vols., (10),XVIII,743; 552; (2),565,(1)p., 3 ident. engr. title-vignettes, frontisp., 2 portraits and 78 (fold.) maps/ plans/ views/ plates, contemp. unif. hcalf w. mor. letterpiece, folio.

- One plate w. large tear repaired w. sellotape (w. gluestains); title-p vol. 2 corner torn off; one page w. large tear; vol. 2 without p.181-182 as always; occas. sl. browned/ foxed/ waterst. Spine-ends vol. 1 and 2 dam./ sl. worn; paper over boards chafed; bindings rubbed along extremities.

= With all 81 plates (incl. frontisp.) as called for in the binder's index in vol. 3. Nijhoff/ Van Hattum 311; Landwehr, Splendid Ceremonies 256; Atlas Van Stolk 4183; F.M. 4210. As often without the fourth volume published 21 years after the third volume

€ (400-600) 400
67 2699 Amsterdam and surroundings  Wagenaar J 67 2699 Amsterdam and surroundings Wagenaar J
67/2699 [Amsterdam and surroundings]. Wagenaar, J. Amsterdam, in zyne opkomst, aanwas, geschiedenissen, voorregten, koophandel, gebouwen, kerkenstaat, schoolen, schutterye, gilden en regeeringe beschreeven. Amst., I. Tirion, 1760, 1 vol. (of 4), (8),XXIV,743p., engr. frontisp. by R. VINKELES, title-vignette w. coat of arms of Amsterdam, 2 portraits by J. HOUBRAKEN, 5 fold. plans, 41 (fold.) plates, contemp. giltlettered hmor., folio.

- Lacks vol 2-4; occas. sl. thumbed; 16 lvs. partly waterst. (also affecting the portrait); new endpapers. Top of spine dam.; spine and joints sl. rubbed; sl. worn along extremities.

= Nijhoff/ Van Hattum 311.

€ (100-150) 100