2067 - 2168 DUTCH HISTORY AND TOPOGRAPHY
- Some foxing. Top of spine sl. worn.
= First monograph on Mata Hari by her father, Adam Zelle. With loosely inserted typescript letter, signed "Pummel", giving some remarks on the publication of Mata Hari's diary.
- Binding sl. foxed; lower joint splitting.
= List in chronological order with index of names. With 6 loosely inserted supplements, up to 1912.
- Occas. sl. foxed. Binding sl. soiled. = Plates showing military plans.
= Sumptuous work. Vol. 1. Prehistorie en oudheid; vol. 2. Middeleeuwen en Nieuwe tijd; vol. 3. Negentiende en twintigste eeuw.
- Occas. foxed; htitle and title-p. repaired in outer margin.
Wording en opbouw van de Wieringermeer. Wageningen, H. Veenman & zonen, 1955, 805p., ills., orig. cl. w. (sl. frayed) dustwr., sm. 4to. Luttervelt, R. van. De buitenplaatsen aan de Vecht. Lochem, De Tijdstroom, 1948, 280p., 103 ills., orig. cl., 4to. - AND 17 others, i.a. M.M.P. CORNELISSEN, Purper en Preken rond Purmer en Beemster (Purmerend, 1976, 1st ed., ills., orig., cl. w. dustwr., sm. 4to); P. BOORSMA, Duizend Zaanse Molens (Amst., 1968, ills., orig. cl. w. dustwr., 4to) and A. KOS and K. ABRAHAMSE, Erfgooiers (Zwolle, 2007, ills., orig. pict. boards, 4to).
- Lacks backstrip. = Van Balen-Chavannes 3118 and 3119. Rare.
Schoonderwoerd, G.A. Gedenkboek jubileumfeesten te Oudewater op 18 en 19 September 1923. Ibid., n.publ. (the author?), 1924, no pagination, letterpress title-p., textleaves in photomechanical reprint, 16 mounted orig. photographs, orig. giltlettered hcl.
= Probably a unique copy (no other copies traced except for a copy that was listed as missing by Mr C. Kasbergen in an advertisement in De IJsselbode of 12 April 1962!).
AND 4 others.
= Rich collection concerning Jan Walter, a member of the Arbeiders Jeugd Centrale (Rode Valken en Raampoort) in Amsterdam. Containing i.a. "Uitgave ter gelegenheid van het Pinksterfeest van de sosialistiese [sic] jeugd-internationale, 21-25 mei 1926" (6 picture postcards); a manuscript diary by Jan Walter kept during the "Transportarbeiderskinderkamp Kindervreugd 1938"; "Onze Kampkrant" (1938) and 55 issues of Het Jonge Volk (1935-1940).
- Trifle foxed; wrapper worn and w. some repairs w. sellotape. = Rare.
- Creased; a few closed tears in lower part.
= Rare early lithograph by Eerelman, who started his education as artist in Groningen in 1860(!). Original wrapper of the portfolio only (without the 4 plates). F.M. 7286a.
- Lacks binding; title-p. and index leaf heavily frayed along edges. = F.M. 7010.
AND 1 similar unidentified, also without binding.
- Leporello a few w. (closed) tears; partly split on folds/ strengthened w. sellotape. Portfolio lacks most ties.
AND 3 others similar, w. various defects (i.a. incomplete, lacking portfolio) masquarades of 1840 and 1865 in Leyden, masquerade in Utrecht(?) (w. text booklet of the masquerade in Utrecht, 1856) and one unknown.
- Trifle duststained in margins; text part sl. soiled and duststained.
- Lacks the plan; outer margin title-p. sl. cut short and strengthened on verso; fold. plate w. sm. tear on fold, closed w. sellotape on verso; waterstain in lower inner corner towards the end; some occas. spotting.
= With bound in another print of the Buitenhof with the Hofvijver, "Palatium Comitum Hollandiae/ haga Co." (origins unknown). Nijhoff/ Van Hattum 78.
- Contents occas. sl. yellowed/ dustsoiled; mostly fine. Corners showing; spine lacking backstrip.
= Over 250 contemporary original printed documents in French, German, English and Dutch.