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69/1213 De Bange Duivel  Een hol kinderhoofd in de leegte Voor de wetenschappelijke waarde van het poezie album 69/1213 De Bange Duivel Een hol kinderhoofd in de leegte Voor de wetenschappelijke waarde van het poezie album
69/1213 De Bange Duivel  Een hol kinderhoofd in de leegte Voor de wetenschappelijke waarde van het poezie album 69/1213 De Bange Duivel Een hol kinderhoofd in de leegte Voor de wetenschappelijke waarde van het poezie album
69/1213 De Bange Duivel  Een hol kinderhoofd in de leegte Voor de wetenschappelijke waarde van het poezie album 69/1213 De Bange Duivel Een hol kinderhoofd in de leegte Voor de wetenschappelijke waarde van het poezie album
69/1213 [De Bange Duivel]. Een hol kinderhoofd in de leegte. Voor de wetenschappelijke waarde van het poezie album. Leyden, (De Bange Duivel), 1973, title-leaf and 21 text leaves, 21 (col.) etchings by POL JONG (6x), DAVID LUYTEN, LYDIA LUYTEN (6x), MILO LUYTEN, AB STEENVOORDEN and MARIUS VROEGINDEWEY (6x), each numb. "25/250" and signed and titled in pencil, 10 photogr. plates by POL JONG and FRANS MONTENS (i.a. portrait of B. Büch), printed in 250 numb. copies, together loose as issued in orig. wooden box (44x44,5x4 cm.), covered w. cl. w. embroidered title on cover.

- A few handling creases; tiny tear in title-leaf.

Schröder, A. Duiker. (Amst.), Sauternes, 1991, 6,(1) textlvs., 1 orig. col. lithograph and 2 plates by P. VANDEN EYNDE, printed in 75 numb. copies, signed by the author and artist, loose as issued in orig. cl. portfolio, folio.

€ (100-150) 100
69 1214 De Bange Duivel  Jong P 69 1214 De Bange Duivel Jong P
69 1214 De Bange Duivel  Jong P 69 1214 De Bange Duivel Jong P
69/1214 [De Bange Duivel]. Jong, P. Ongerichte weerspannigheid. Leyden, De Bange Duivel, 1979, title-leaf and 4 text leaves, 10 (col.) etchings by POL JONG, each signed, titled and numb. in pencil, printed in 100 copies, together w. wooden board loose as issued in orig. wooden box (96x66x3 cm.), covered w. brown cl. w. embroidered title on cover.
€ (70-90) 70
69/1215 Barnard, G. The Shapes of the River. The London Thames. London, Gaberbocchus, n.d., no pagination, text by E. Walter, typography and ills. by GWEN BARNARD, orig. cl. w. dustwr. Barbaix, A. Hergebruik. N.pl., Grote Letter Bibliotheek, 1991, no pagination, 150 monogrammed and numb. copies, limp imitation felt boards in folded printed envelope, 4to. Gögos, F. Gögös Ferenc. Huissen, the artist, 1988, (24)p., silkcreen text, mounted col. linocut, orig. wr. - AND 8 others, all with visual poetry or decorative typography, i.a. P. CONRAD, Rose mon chameau (Amst., 1976, 500 copies, orig. wr.); M. HAMMER, Aaa ooo eee confetti (Amst., 1991, printed in 500 SIGNED and numb. copies, orig. wr.)
€ (80-100)
69/1216 La Bataille Littéraire Revue mensuelle Year 4 5 6 no 1 7 69/1216 La Bataille Littéraire Revue mensuelle Year 4 5 6 no 1 7
69/1216 La Bataille Littéraire. Revue mensuelle. Year 4, 5, 6, no.1-7. Brussels, La Bataille Littéraire, 1922-1923, parts bound in 2 vols., 280,170,(1)p., linocut and woodcut (full-p.) ills. i.a. by H. HAYDEN, K. MAES, F. WÉRY, V. PAERELS, P. FLOUQUET, M. BROCAS, R. BURY, G. LEBRUN -RODENBACH, contemp. unif. hcl. w. mor. letterpiece (a few wr. pres).
€ (100-150)
69 1217 Baudelaire C 69 1217 Baudelaire C
69/1217 Baudelaire, C. (Oeuvres). Paris, Javal et Bordeaux, 1933, 7 vols., 70 col. plates, printed in 2500 numb. copies (2000), contemp. unif. giltlettered hmor., orig. wr. pres., t.e.g., 4to.

- A fine set.

= Carteret IV, 67: "(...) importante et intéressante édition (...)"; not in Monod. Comprises: I. Les fleurs du mal (10 col. plates by P. MARCEL-BÉRONNEAU; II. Les paradis artificiels (10 col. plates by G. CORNÉLIUS); III. Petits poëmes en prose (10 col. plates by SERGE IVANOFF); IV. Oeuvres diverses (10 col. plates by D.-CH. FOUQUERAY); V. Aventures d'Arthur Gordon Pym par Edgar Poe (10 col. plates by D.-CH. FOUQUERAY); VI. Histoires extraordinaires par Edgar Poe (10 col. plates by AUGUSTE LEROUX); VII. Nouvelles histoires extraordinaires par Edgar Poe (10 col. plates by AUGUSTE LEROUX).

€ (80-100) 110
69 1218 Bauer M A J 69 1218 Bauer M A J
69/1218 Bauer, M.A.J. Histoire d'Aboulhassan Ali Ebn Becar et de Schemselnihar, favorite du calife Haroun Al-Raschid. Conte tiré des Mille et une nuits d'après la traduction de Galland. Haarlem, Erven F. Bohn, 1929, 174,(2)p., large number of col. ills. by M.A.J. BAUER, printed by J. Enschedé en Zonen on handmade Van Gelder in 275 numb. and signed copies (217), orig. wr. pres., orig. gilt full calf, t.e.g., 4to.

- Endpapers trifle foxed; nevertheless a fine copy.

€ (150-250)
69 1219 Beardsley A  Aristophane 69 1219 Beardsley A Aristophane
69/1219 [Beardsley, A.]. Aristophane. Lysistrata. Lustspiel in 3 Akten. German transl. by J.J.C. Donner. Vienna, privately printed, 1913, 79,(2)p., 8 plates after A. BEARDSLEY on Japanese, printed in 400 numb. copies, orig. blindst. panelled mor. w. gilt spine.

- Upper hinge broken. Spine and upper part backcover sunned; corners worn.

= Hayn/ Gotendorf IX, p.23.

€ (80-100) 80
69/1220 Beardsley A  The Savoy An illustrated quarterly/ monthly Ed A Symons No 1 8 69/1220 Beardsley A The Savoy An illustrated quarterly/ monthly Ed A Symons No 1 8
69/1220 [Beardsley, A.]. The Savoy. An illustrated quarterly/ monthly. Ed. A. Symons. No. 1-8. London, L. Smithers, 1896, 8 parts in 3 vols., num. plates/ ills. by/ after i.a. A. BEARDSLEY (incl. one inserted (loosening) Christmas card), W.B. MACDOUGAL, C.H. SHANNON and W.F. HORTON, orig. unif. gilt blue cl., orig. wr. pres., both by A. BEARDSLEY, 4to.

- Partly foxed, otherwise fine, in remarkably bright gilt blue cloth.

= All published. Aubrey Beardsley was responsible as art director for the typography and illustrations of this fine periodical. J.R. Taylor, The art nouveau book in Britain p.93.

€ (400-600) 600
69 1221 Bébert  Armando 69 1221 Bébert Armando
69/1221 [Bébert]. Armando. "Het plechtige. het donkere. das feierliche. das dunkle." (Rott.), Bébert, 1984, 6 transparent leaves w. letterpress text (htitle, title-p., leaf w. one red rule, leaf w. the entire poem, colophon leaf and final leaf w. two red rules), 6 lithographs, all signed "Armando 84" and numb. "97/125" in pencil, each 50x32,5 cm. (leaf), with 6 accomp. textleaves, printed in 137 numb. copies (125), loose as issued in orig. hinging wooden box, folio.

- Contents fine. Wooden box right lower corner sl. worn.

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XLII.

€ (600-800) 600
69 1222 Bébert  Henderikse J 69 1222 Bébert Henderikse J
69/1222 [Bébert]. Henderikse, J. Broadway. New York/ Rott., the author/ Bébert, n.d. (1983), large fold. leporello, title-p. and 83 lvs. (11x35,5 cm. each) w. 3 photogr. ills. each, fold. Manhattan bus map loose in rear-pocket, printed in approx. 200 copies, loose in orig. cardboard folder w. ties, signed in pencil on frontcover, obl. narrow 4to.

- Title-p. and final page (partly) browned.

= With the orig. prospectus (in English) composed by the author for the work in the orig. publisher's envelope loosely inserted, together with a col. snapshot of the artist at a party and an announcement by the publisher concerning Henderikse's next publication "I found a picture of you (...)".

€ (150-250) 325
69 1223 Bébert  Reve G and Kousbroek R 69 1223 Bébert Reve G and Kousbroek R
69/1223 [Bébert]. Reve, G. and Kousbroek, R. Je Brief Kwam Net Te Laat. Rott., Bébert, 1986, 1st ed., (35)p., printed in black, green and blue in 180 numb. copies (150), SIGNED by both authors, orig. hcl., 4to.

= Contains 1 letter by Kousbroek and 3 (extensive) letters by Reve, all in facsimile.

€ (70-90) 100
69 1224 Benjamin R 69 1224 Benjamin R
69 1224 Benjamin R 69 1224 Benjamin R
69/1224 Benjamin, R. Les soldats de la guerre. Gaspard. Paris, Imprimerie Nationale, 1917, (6),224,(1)p., 16 tipped-in handcol. helio-engr. after J. LEFORT, printed in 335 numb. copies (30), contemp. gilt calf, gilt inside dentelles, orig. wr. pres., a.e.g., 4to.

= One of 30 numb. copies on japon impériale with an uncolored suite of the plates. Monod 1328.

€ (120-150)
69 1225 Bieruma Oosting J  Baudelaire C 69 1225 Bieruma Oosting J Baudelaire C
69/1225 [Bieruma Oosting, J.]. Baudelaire, C. Une sélection des Fleurs du mal. Zutphen, De Gaillarde Pers, 1976, (25)p., 12 softground etchings by J. BIERUMA OOSTING, printed in black and brown in 125 numb. copies on handmade paper, signed by the artist on colophon, orig. cl., folio.
€ (100-150) 100
69 1226 Bieruma Oosting J  Baudelaire C 69 1226 Bieruma Oosting J Baudelaire C
69/1226 [Bieruma Oosting, J.]. Baudelaire, C. Une sélection des Fleurs du mal. Zutphen, De Gaillarde Pers, 1976, (25)p., 12 softground etchings by J. BIERUMA OOSTING, printed in black and brown in 125 numb. copies on handmade paper, signed by the artist on colophon, orig. cl., folio.

- This copy unnumbered.

€ (100-150)
69 1227 Bijwaard P 69 1227 Bijwaard P
69/1227 Bijwaard, P. Pieter Bijwaard. Staphorst, H. Elferink, 2004, 239,(1)p., richly illustrated w. i.a. 1 orig. gouache, 5 col. linocuts, loosely inserted CD w. images of drawings and CD-rom ("Home and fieldrecordings") by P. BIJWAARD, orig. wr., 4to (mint).
€ (60-80)
69 1228 Bilibin I Afanasev A  69 1228 Bilibin I Afanasev A
69/1228 [Bilibin, I.]. (Afanasev, A.). Skazki. Sestritsa Alenushka i Bratets Ivanushka. Belaya Utochka (Fairy tales. Sister Alenushka and brother Ivanushka. The white duckling). St. Petersburg, (State Dispatch Office), 1903, 12p., chromolithogr. ills., bookdecoration and orig. chromolithogr. wr. by I. BILIBIN, folio.

- Trifle foxed. Spine sl. worn. A fine copy.

= Lemmens/ Stommels p.27: "Between 1901 and 1903 seven fairy tales were published [by the State Dispatch Office] in six volumes of the same size and with an identical cover on paper of the best quality and with the most up-to-date chromolithographic technique, all illustrated by Bilibin." SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XLII.

€ (200-300)
69 1229 Bilibin I  Pushkin A 69 1229 Bilibin I Pushkin A
69/1229 [Bilibin, I.]. Pushkin, A. Zolotoi Petushok. (The Golden Cockerel). (Moscow), S.I. Zimin, n.d. (1909), no pagination, portraits, 24 tipped-in col. plates, ills. (1x full-p. col.) and orig. wr. by I. BILIBIN.

- Wrappers frayed and sl. stained/ soiled; spine-ends chipped.

= Lemmens/ Stommels p.55f and 258. Accompanying promotional book for Rimsky-Korsakov's namesake opera in Sergei Zimin's opera house, for which Bilibin also did the stage design.

€ (200-300)
69/1230 Bindings  20th cent full gilt red morocco binding by the BAYNTUN RIVIERE bindery 69/1230 Bindings 20th cent full gilt red morocco binding by the BAYNTUN RIVIERE bindery
69/1230 [Bindings]. 20th cent. full gilt red morocco binding by the BAYNTUN-RIVIERE bindery, both covers with double gilt border formed by an intertwined double fillet-line w. trefoil shape in each corner, gilt spine w. five raised bands, gilt boardedges and broad inside dentelles, marbled endpapers, t.e.g.

- Spine and upper margin of backcover trifle sunned.

ON: The Book of Job According to the Authorized Version. London, G. Bell and Sons, 1900, XII,96p., printed in 400 copies on handmade paper.

€ (150-250) 160
69 1231 Bindings  Balen C L van 1859 ? 69 1231 Bindings Balen C L van 1859 ?
69/1231 [Bindings]. Balen, C.L. van (1859-?). (Binding design for L. Jacobowski, Werther de Jood). Six cloth proof bindings in different colours and 2 proof printings of the frontcover (1x w. backstrip, mounted on stiff paper and w. manuscript corrections and annots. in pen and ink and pencil), each monogrammed "CLvB", the book published Utr., H. Honig, 1902.

- The proof printings sl. soiled/ trifle foxed and 1x w. marginal tears.

= Not in Braches. The proof bindings giltlettered blindst. white cl.; gilt cream cl.; brown dec. on beige cl.; white dec. on greyish green cl.; black dec. on red and on blue cloth.

€ (100-150) 120
69 1232 Bindings  Kieffer R  1876 1963 69 1232 Bindings Kieffer R 1876 1963
69 1232 Bindings  Kieffer R  1876 1963 69 1232 Bindings Kieffer R 1876 1963
69/1232 [Bindings]. Kieffer, R. (1876-1963). Full red long-grained morocco binding by RENÉ KIEFFER, both covers w. ident. blindst./ embossed landscape decoration, spine giltlettered and blindst./ embossed, marbled endpapers, t.e.g., verso first free endpaper w. binder's ticket, 4to. - ON: Duhamel, G. Vie des Martyrs. Paris, R. Kieffer, 1924, 196,(5)p., 20 etchings and aquatint and num. woodcut ills. and bookdec. by P. BAUDIER, printed in 580 numb. copies (500), orig. wr. pres.

- Covers trifle rubbed; rubbed along joints; upper joint splitting/ starting but strong.

= Monod 4051; Carteret IV, p.145; Fléty p.98.

€ (120-150)