1173 - 1801 FINE PRINTING (including ILLUSTRATED BOOKS and CARICATURE)
- Free endpaper sl. foxed.
= One of 20 Roman numbered copies with each linocut signed and numb. "10/20" by the artist in pen and ink, bound in gilt brown suede. Rare.
= All the publications by the private press Roofpers from Raamsdonk. J. HARTEN, Samenzwering (1979, 15 numb. and signed copies); G. KOMRIJ, Peper en zout (1980, 15 numb. and signed copies); H. MARSMAN, De vliegende Hollander (1981, 50 numb. copies); S. CARMIGGELT, Jeugdpuistjes (1981, 40 numb. and signed copies. One of 15 copies not for sale); R. FOKKEMA, Een lied voor de week (1981, 25 numb. and signed copies); R. BREUGELMANS, Louis Couperus. Lion of the Season (1982, 36 copies. One of 6 roman numbered copies not for sale); J.M.A. BIESHEUVEL, De zoon (1982, 75 numb. and signed copies); A. ZUIDERENT, Zeven uren U (1982, 35 numb. and signed copies); P. ZONDERLAND, Hoffmann (1982, 50 numb. and signed copies) and F.L. BASTET, Tussen Sfinx en Eenhoorn (1986, 45 numb. and signed copies).
- First blank partly yellowed. Bookblock loose; wrappers sl. soiled/ yellowed; backstrip partly sl. worn.
= One of 500 copies on papier d'Arches, numbered and signed by the artist. With AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION on first blank: "à Albert Plasschaert, en fraternité spirituelle", dated "Paris, 1924" and with loosely inserted autograph note addressed to the same and the orig. prospectus. Rose 4035; Bilder Lexikon II, p.766: "Kaum je zuvor ist das Weib mit einem so unbestechlichen und wahrhaft besessenen Auge gesehen worden, ohne ein Spur von naiver Sinnlichkeit oder Laszivität."
Idem. Phèdre. Ibid., idem, 1910, (6),(2)p., 10 woodcut plates after A. ROUVEYRE, printed in 1000 numb. copies, orig. wr., 4to.
- Wrappers sl. soiled/ yellowed; backstrip partly sl. worn.
= Also with AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION to Albert Plasschaert.
AND 4 others, i.a. M. VLAMINCK, Le Boeuf (Paris, 1944, tinted ills. by M. VLAMINCK, orig. wr. Bookblock loose).
= One of 40 numb. copies SIGNED by Roswitha Quadflieg with an extra suite of the woodcuts, also signed by the illustrator. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LIX.
- Wrappers sl. yellowed/ discoloured; waterstain on frontwr.; backwr. dogeared and w. a few sm. annots.; spine sl. worn.
= Compton, Russian avant-garde books p.25; Rowell/ Wye 413.
- Wr. (1x partly) sl. yellowed; chemise sm. stained spot on backstrip; top of slipcase cracked.
= Monod 792.
AND 1 other: RABELAIS, Pantagruel. Ed. L. Perceau (ibid., 1946, 2nd ed., 2 vols., num. lithogr. plates by SCHEM, printed in 1000/ 500 numb. copies, orig. unif. wr., chemise, (worn) slipcase, 4to).
= One of 25 Roman numb. copies with an extra suite of the etchings.
Hamelink, J. Echo in blauw-zwart van zes fragmenten van -. Leyden, De Bange Duivel, 1976, (8)p., 6 numb. and signed engr. plates by A. STEENVOORDEN, printed in 400 numb. copies, orig. cl., 4to. - AND 6 others similar.
- Portfolio sl. foxed.
= Fine copy of this remarkable Art Déco publication, designed by the editor of the periodical Wendingen.
- Trifle/ sl. yellowed; one leaf w. library stamp in blank corner; partly w. sm. waterstain in lower inner blank corner. Binding rubbed along extremities; traces of former ticket at foot of spine and corners of covers.
- Upper hinge broken; first blank heavily browned/ waterst. Backstrip dam.
= Very rare 1st edition of Victor Segalen's collection of poetry, written during his first Chinese expedition as a navy physician. The title refers to a monolithic slab of stone containing inscriptions, symbols or otherwise. A form reflected in the layout and shape of the book.
- Wrappers sl. yellowed. Otherwise fine.
- Copy marked "h.c." = One of 7 copies bound in limp full vellum.
Rinsema, E. Wat achterbleef. Volzinnen. Woubrugge, Avalon Pers, 1982, (19)p., printed in 125 numb. copies (30), square sm. 8vo.
= One of 30 copies bound in full cloth.
Carmiggelt, S. Zes kronkels. N.pl., Nederlandsche Vereeniging voor Druk- en Boekkunst, 1999, 1st ed., (17)p., etched frontisp. portrait by R. COX, printed in 195 copies, orig. gilt cl., 4to. - AND 12 other miscell. (small) publications, i.a. by the Arethusa Pers (4x).
- Bookblock loosening. Corners partly worn; covers sl. browned/ dustsoiled.
AND 1 other: Z'LICA, Apprenez-Nous la Musique S.V.P. (Paris/ Brussels, 1912, col lithogr. ills. and orig. col. lithogr. wr., obl. folio).
= Commemorative publication of the extravagant and highly colourful theatre show Sol Solet by Catalan theatre group Els Comediants, which ran between 1978 and 1982. - WITH: an original plaster theatre prop in the shape of a 2-faced sun (a smiley-faced sun being the show's primary mascot).
- Remarkably fine copy.
- Wrappers and chemise sl. foxed. Fine copy. = Monod 10347; Carteret IV, p.60.
= With the orig. prospectus loosely inserted.
ADDED: Deliciae. Over de schrijfkunst van Jan van den Velde. Haarlem, Joh. Enschedé en Zonen/ Het Hof van Johannes, 1984, textbook (79,(1)p., ills.) by T. Croiset van Uchelen and G. Noordzij, and 12 copperengr. calligr. plates by G. NOORDZIJ, J.H. NIJHUIS and J. WINKEL after J. VAN DEN VELDE and G. GAUW (loose in orig. (sl. dam.) wr.), together in orig. slipcase, obl. 8vo.
= Project by EWALD SPIEKER for Rober Hauser's visual composition "Original Heidelberg", performed in the Shaffy Theater in 1982. During the performance Spieker placed ±300 copies each of the eight lvs., each printed in a different colour, for the visitors to compile in the folder in the foyer. This copy contains 10 printed lvs. With advertisement leaf. Very rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LX.