1173 - 1801 FINE PRINTING (including ILLUSTRATED BOOKS and CARICATURE)
- Occas. sl./ vague foxing, mainly at the beginning (also on title and first plate). Binding rubbed along extremities. Fine copy.
Idem. La Vita Nuova. Ed. M. Barbi. Zurich, H.R. Fretz, 1921, 86,(2)p., printed in black, blue and gold in 100(?) numb. copies, contemp. hvellum, 4to.
- Binding trifle rubbed, otherwise a fine copy. = Rodenberg p.480, no. 3.
AND 1 other: IDEM, Commedia. German transl. H. Deinhardt (Munich, 1936, printed in 750 numb. copies, contemp. hvellum, t.e.g. (fine).
= Fine copy, one of 750 copies printed for Éditions André Balland in full vellum, frontcover and spine w. line-ill. showing the situation of i.a. Hell on (in) Earth, and top edge of bookblock w. printed col. ill., hvellum slipcase. Also w. loosely inserted plate showing the situations of Hell, Purgatory and Paradise. Collection "Galaxies" 4.
- Slipcases rubbed along extremities. = Monod 3403.
- Trifle yellowed; each vol. w. bookplate (of Wolbert J. Vroom) by R.N. ROLAND HOLST tipped on first free endpaper. Bindings partly yellowed; all spines w. rubbed/ dam. spot at foot of spine (due to former ticket).
Idem. Göttliche Komödie. German transl. Philalethes (= Johann v. Sachsen). Ed. A. Ritter. Leipsic, W. Borngräber, (1916), 41th-46th thousand, 513,(1)p., plates after G. DORÉ, contemp. full gilt vellum over wooden covers, t.e.g.
- Trifle yellowed; bookplate on upper pastedown. Vellum trifle soiled.
= Nice, old-style typography and binding.
Idem. Die Goettliche Komoedie. German transl. K. Witte. Berlin, Askanischer Verlag, 1921, (4),530,(2 publ. cat.)p., title and tipped-in frontisp. portrait within woodcut border, num. plates after B. GENELLI, contemp. dec. hvellum.
- Spine w. some sl. surface dam.
- Some occas. sl. foxing (plates/ ills. hardly affected). Vellum and vellum-paper dustwr. trifle/ sl. yellowed/ spotted. Paper over slipcase partly dam. along extremities and one joint split.
= One of 32 Roman numb. copies with 2 tipped-in orig. preparatory drawings (pencil/ black crayon; both trifle foxed) and a suite of the 20 refused etchings by L. Barta. This copy with an uncalled-for EXTRA THIRD PREPARATORY DRAWING. Not in Monod or Carteret.
- Contents and binding fine. Dustwr. sl. dam. at top of spine; paper over slipcase w. a few dam. spots at extremities.
= Not in Monod or Carteret. With the orig. Italian prospectus on laid paper loosely inserted (sl. frayed/ dogeared).
- Trifle foxed. = Ad 1: Monod 3411.
Idem. La Divine Comédie. French prose transl. A. de Montor. Pref. L. Moland. Ibid., Garnier frères, 1879, new ed., (4),XII,XXIII,(1),592p., woodengr. frontisp., title-vignette and num. plates and ills. by YAN' DARGENT, contemp. gilt hmor., 4to.
- Sl. foxed at the beginning. Upper joint splitting but strong. = Vicaire III, p.14.
- One portfolio to Paradis lower joint broken; portfolios to Purgatoire and Paradis lacking ties.
= Extra suites of the illustrations for the limited Italian-French edition (225 copies) publ. by J. Beltrand. With SIGNED DEDICATION "À Monsieur [name erased] Hommage amical Jacques Beltrand May 1922" in pen and ink and "1/4 Jacques Beltrand" in pencil on first blank leaf in one of the Enfer portfolios. Monod 3394 (calling for 200 copies on Vergé (d'Arches) without suites, and 25 copies with 20 suites on Japanese).
= Monod 5797; The Artist & The Book 71; Skira 58; Stern 25.
- Trifle yellowed/ foxed; one plate yellowed; orig. wr. trifle soiled/ creased. Binding rubbed at corners of spine-ends.
= Gay/ Lemonnyer II, p.474; Vicaire III, p.155. With EXTRA the uncensored plate for Minuit (yellowed).
- Slipcase and backstrip darkened.
= SIGNED by the author and illustrator on colophon. Monod 8540.
- Two plates w. parts of protective tissue sticking to the image. Lacks ties; a few sm. stains on frontcover.
= Copy of the DELUXE edition printed in 350 numb. copies SIGNED by the artist and bound in gilt full vellum, t.e.g.
- Some sl. foxing. Spine album sl. worn and faded; gilding worn.
- Fine copy.
= Copy of the A-edition, which according to the colophon also should contain six separate signed lithographs. These are not present in our copy. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XLVIII.
= Published on occasion of the awarding of the Laurens Janszoon Costerprijs to Bram de Does. Contains contributions by i.a. Alex Barbaix (Pastei), Jaap Binsbergen (Tussen Haakjes), Karel Gildemacher (De Hynsteblom), Lodewijk de Groot (Cicero), Piet Jacobs (Priegelpers), Jan de Jong (De Buitenkant), Rob Over de Linden (Ovira Linda), Kees Thomassen (De Uitvreter) and Pauline van Wensveen (Vette Venus Pers).
Mann, T. Tristan. Amst., Phoenix Editions, 1983, 62,(2)p., printed in 125 numb. copies (90), orig. boards w. mor. letterpiece.
= First publication with the use the type Trinité roman wide 3, designed by Bram de Does.
AND 5 other publications, printed or w. a contribution by Bram de Does, i.a. P. GROENENDAAL, 33 gedichten (Leyden/ Aartswoud, 1994, 100 numb. and signed copies).
- Both vols. (sl.) foxed. Bindings sl. rubbed along extremities.
= Leblanc p.68 (correcting the number of the plates and ills. to 377, instead of the 370 mentioned on the title-p.); Rius I, 587; Vicaire II, p.160.
- A very fine copy.
= One of 244 copies on heavy handmade Van Gelder Zonen. This copy bound in full black mor. by K. STORME, upper cover with the embossed image of Beatrijs praying, within ornamental border, spine giltlettered w. raised bands, orig. wr. pres., t.e.g., in matching slipcase. One of the most remarkable specimens of Art Nouveau bookart in the Low Countries. Cat. Art Nouveau België 727 and 729; Cat. Vlaamse bibliofiele uitgaven 1830-1980, no.21. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XLVIII.
= Franklin p.270; Tomkinson 14.
- Waterstained in lower corner throughout, incl. covers; some sl. occas. foxing.
= Franklin p.271/ 272; Tomkinson 2.
- Wrappers sl. soiled; bound in later limp boards w. ms. title-piece.
= Rare prospectus for the work by A.W. POLLARD on the Doves Press published by Nash in 1929. This prospectus contains "By Way of Advertisement" (2p.) and "A Note by the Printer" (4p.).