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69 2737 François I King of France 1494 1547 69 2737 François I King of France 1494 1547
69/2737 François I, King of France (1494-1547). Manuscript letter signed "Francoys", dated "Junnij L'an de grace mil sinq cent vingt trois", pen and ink on vellum, wax seal attached, 1 leaf, folded, kept in modern wooden box.

- Sl. soiled.

= Letter in which François I grants "Pierre fresnel" (11th line) and his ancestors a knighthood. Signed manuscript letters by François I with the royal seal intact are rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE C.

€ (800-1.000) 800
69 2738 Friedrich Wilhelm of Prussia 1831 1888 69 2738 Friedrich Wilhelm of Prussia 1831 1888
69/2738 Friedrich Wilhelm of Prussia (1831-1888). AUTOGRAPH SIGNED note to "Herrn Dr. Gustav Gerstel(?) in Hannover", dated "Berlin, den 24 Dezember 1873", pen and ink, 1 fold. leaf w. royal blindstamp.

- Paper rather brittle.

= "Ich habe das Mir freundlichst gesandte Exemplar Ihrer Gedichte gern entgegengenommen und will nicht unterlassen, Ihnen für die Ueberreichung derselben hiermit bestimt(?) zu danken". Friedrich Wilhelm was German emperor and King of Prussia as Friedrich III for 99 days up until his death.

ADDED: 6 portraits (incl. picture postcards and one chromo) of i.a. Friedrich Wilhelm (2x) and Kaiser Wilhelm II.

€ (100-150)
69/2739 Gastronomy  Kook en Keuke boekje opgesteld in Amsterdam 69/2739 Gastronomy Kook en Keuke boekje opgesteld in Amsterdam
69/2739 Gastronomy  Kook en Keuke boekje opgesteld in Amsterdam 69/2739 Gastronomy Kook en Keuke boekje opgesteld in Amsterdam
69/2739 [Gastronomy]. "Kook en Keuke-boekje opgesteld in Amsterdam". Manuscript cookery book by "C: I: Thuret 15 July 1809", pen and brown ink, 25 lvs. to the letters of the alphabet (I/ J together), recto and verso, bound in modern private giltlettered hmor. - BOUND WITH: De Verstandige Kok, of Sorgvuldige Huyshoudster: beschryvende hoe men op de beste en bequaamste manier alderhande Spijsen sal kooken, stoven, braden, bakken, en bereyden: met de Saussen daar toe dienende (...). Vermeerdert met de Hollandse Slacht-tyd, Hier is noch achter opgevoegt, de Verstandige Confituurmaker (...). Amst., Erve van de Wed. G. de Groot, (1677), (4),61-88p., engr. title-vignette.

- The ms. lvs. browned/ foxed along outer margins; the Verstandige Kok (which is complete, despite the confusing page-numbering) browned/ foxed.

= Recipes for i.a. Aardbezien liquer, Brillantine, Brosjes, Crème Brulé, Drabbel Koek, Frankforter Bignets, Quee Pensjes, Rhum of Wijnsaus, Sedansche Wafelen, Schildpadsoep, Om een Vlieg op te maken, and Zwam Pudding. De Verstandige Kok, part of the third part of the often reprinted 't Vermakelijck Landt-Leven, is regarded as the first originally Dutch cookery book.

AND 2 others containing manuscript recipes from the same family, bound unif. w. the preceding, one containing ±55 tipped-in manuscript recipes, late 18th-20th cent. (and incl. notes on the keeping of canary birds), the other w. num. manuscript recipes on ruled notebook-paper, 20th cent.

€ (300-500) 375
69 2740 Gay Lugny P L 69 2740 Gay Lugny P L
69 2740 Gay Lugny P L 69 2740 Gay Lugny P L
69/2740 Gay-Lugny, P.L. Belgique et Hollande. Manuscript, 1878, black pen and ink, (4),119p., contemp. giltlettered hmor., sm. 8vo.

= A journal kept during travels through Belgium and the Netherlands. A few places: Brussels, Antwerp, Bruges, Amsterdam, The Hague and Rotterdam.

AND 1 other travel journal: LE VOYAGE EN ITALIE (manuscript, 1926, 9 tipped-in pencil drawings, contemp. wr.).

€ (70-90) 170
69/2741 Genealogy and heraldry  Anthonij Vervel en Jenneke Labeen 69/2741 Genealogy and heraldry Anthonij Vervel en Jenneke Labeen
69/2741 [Genealogy and heraldry]. "Anthonij Vervel en Jenneke Labeen". Drawing, watercolour and pen and ink, heightened w. gold, 34x28,7 cm., within double-line borders in gilt and black ink.

- Four closed tears in right margin; top right corner torn off and restored w. new manuscript border; sl. and evenly yellowed.

= A fine drawing of a splendid crest, with an attractively painted tulip above the coat of arms and within nice floral borders.

€ (100-150)
69/2742 Genealogy and heraldry  Geslacht en Stamboek van Adriaan Loosjes Geboren te Westzaandam den 15 April 1689 uit Cornelis Arijansz Loosjes & Neeltje Dirks 69/2742 Genealogy and heraldry Geslacht en Stamboek van Adriaan Loosjes Geboren te Westzaandam den 15 April 1689 uit Cornelis Arijansz Loosjes & Neeltje Dirks
69/2742 [Genealogy and heraldry]. "Geslacht en Stamboek van Adriaan Loosjes Geboren te Westzaandam, den 15 April 1689. uit Cornelis Arijansz Loosjes & Neeltje Dirks." N.pl., n.d. (early 19th cent.), (67)p. w. manuscript genealogical annotations, (70) blank pages, contemp. boards.

- Spine-ends sl. rubbed.

= "Dit geslacht-boek is gecopieerd naar het origineele berustende by de familie Loosjes." (19th cent. annot. on title-p.).

€ (50-70)
69/2743 Genealogy and heraldry  Manuscript comprising 155 coat of arms 69/2743 Genealogy and heraldry Manuscript comprising 155 coat of arms
69/2743 [Genealogy and heraldry]. Manuscript comprising 155 coat of arms, 17th/ 18th and 19th cent., (14) lvs., pen and ink and watercolour, modern wr. w. paper letterpiece on frontcover.

= Heraldic collection compiled in 20th century, mainly with leaves containing 16 small coats of arms. Some names: Beaufort, Van Borselen, Croesen van Asch, Diemerbrouck, Engelen, Fritema, Van Lidth de Jeude, Montfoort, Van Plettenberg, Rhynegom, Slingelandt and Vazet.

€ (150-250) 150
69/2744 Genealogy and heraldry  Mom family 69/2744 Genealogy and heraldry Mom family
69/2744 [Genealogy and heraldry]. (Mom family). Small archive consisting of 45 manuscript documents, correspondence and various (notarial) documents, incl. a few w. wax seal, 1788-1839.

= Interesting family archive containing mainly notarial documents incl. receipts and inventories. The documents were issued in Amsterdam, Utrecht, Brussels, Antwerp, Batavia, Capetown and Epe. Incl. one document, dated October 4, 1798, w. the VOC stamp and a 19th cent. heraldic coat of arms of "Arent Mom en Maria Wynburgh" in watercolour on vellum.

€ (100-150)
69 2745 Genealogy and heraldry  Monogrammist 'SL' late 17th cent  69 2745 Genealogy and heraldry Monogrammist 'SL' late 17th cent
69 2745 Genealogy and heraldry  Monogrammist 'SL' late 17th cent  69 2745 Genealogy and heraldry Monogrammist 'SL' late 17th cent
69/2745 [Genealogy and heraldry]. Monogrammist "SL" (late 17th cent.). "Johannes vandr. Elburg. Maragrita [sic] v: Barnev.t". Drawing ON VELLUM, pen and ink and watercolour and gold, 23x21 cm., monogrammed at bottom centre.

- Soiled/ sl. stained in margins; some discolouration of gold in coat of arms.

= Johannes van der Elburg (1677-1743) married Margarita van Barneveld (±1677-?) in 1697.

AND 1 other heraldic drawing showing the coat of arms of the Van Wachtendonck family (18th cent.(?), pencil and watercolour on vellum, 23x16,5 cm.).

€ (50-70) 60
69 2746 Genealogy and heraldry  Sharpe and Tomkins early 19th cent  69 2746 Genealogy and heraldry Sharpe and Tomkins early 19th cent
69/2746 [Genealogy and heraldry]. Sharpe and Tomkins (early 19th cent.). "The Most High Most Mighty and Most Illustrious Prince Adolphus Frederick Duke of Cambridge (...) Did the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Fishmongers of the City of London, The honour to accept the Freedom of the said Company. In Testimony Whereof the said Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of the Fishmongers have caused their Common Seal to be affixed to a Copy of the admission of His Royal Highness on the eighth day of December in the forty ninth year of the Reign of our most gracious Sovereign George the Third (...)." Calligraphed vellum leaf w. a central shield w. calligraphed text in pen and ink within an elaborate border containing coats of arms and other vignettes, pen and (col.) ink and watercolour and gold, 47,5x40 cm., w. "Tomkins Scripsit" in pen and ink and "Sharpe Pinxit Doctors' Commons" in gold, dated "One Thousand eight Hundred and eight".

- Wrinkled and speckled; some details rubbed away; some sm. repaired tears in upper margin, sl. affecting the image; sm. waterstain in lower left corner.

= Prince Adolphus Frederick (1774-1850), the tenth child and seventh son of the British King George III, obtained the Freedom (i.e. became member) of the Worshipful Company of Fishmongers, one of the Twelve Great Livery Companies of the City of London.

€ (70-90)
69/2747 Genealogy and heraldry  Willemina Vrouwe Van St v Schaardenburgh Gebooren Verkerk in den Iaaren 1741 Den 14 Iunij  69/2747 Genealogy and heraldry Willemina Vrouwe Van St v Schaardenburgh Gebooren Verkerk in den Iaaren 1741 Den 14 Iunij
69/2747 [Genealogy and heraldry]. "Willemina. Vrouwe. Van St. v: Schaardenburgh. Gebooren Verkerk in den Iaaren 1741 Den 14 Iunij, [...]". Drawing of a coat of arms ON VELLUM, pen and black and brown ink and watercolour, 32x24 cm., second half 18th cent.

= Fine drawing of an elaborate coat of arms w. three towers within a rococo border and topped by a winged helm, a rococo border attached below with the caption, which ends with a comma; the intention was probably to later add the date of death. Willemina's husband was called Steven and they were cousins; an exemption was granted for their marriage in Zutphen in 1774.

AND a small coat of arms of "Johann Michael Edler von Thomann 6. Oktober 1806" (pen and ink and watercolour, monogrammed "FJ", the name below in pen and ink).

€ (30-50)
69 2748 Genestet P A de 1829 1861 69 2748 Genestet P A de 1829 1861
69/2748 Genestet, P.A. de (1829-1861). AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED "P.A. de Génestet", pen and ink, not dated (in later hand in pencil "1852"), 1 leaf, recto only.

= Short letter cancelling a party because of the decease of a brother in law of his father in Leyden: "Ik vind het booven alle beschrijving onaangenaam dat Gijluiden van avond naar da Costa moet stevenen - in plaats van bij ons te komen (...)."

AND 24 other AUTOGRAPH LETTERS/ POSTCARDS/ NOTES SIGNED, all by Dutch authors, i.a. by Elise van Calcar-Schiotling (concerning her longstanding interest in Girolamo Savonarola), Rosalie and Virginie Loveling (thanking J.P. Heije for a book that he has presented to them), W.J. Hofdijk (graphically describing the delivery by post of a big box containing a black marble clock, sent to him by the secretary of Her Majesty the queen), Dr. J. ten Brink (explaining to the father of one of his pupils why he lost his temper and hit the pupil), and by L.A.J. Burgersdijk (signed carte-de-visite), J.J. Cremer, Johan Gram, J.J. Oosterzee (2x), Adèle Opzoomer (a.k.a. A.S.C. Wallis), Allard Pierson, H.P.G. Quast and Carel Vosmaer (2x).

€ (200-300) 425
69 2749 George V King of England 1865 1936 69 2749 George V King of England 1865 1936
69/2749 George V, King of England (1865-1936). Photographic portrait SIGNED "George R.I. 1911", pen and ink, in lower right corner of mounted gelatin silver print, the photograph 28x17,5 cm. and signed "W. & D. Downers" in pencil on mount.

- Some sl. foxing. = George was crowned in 1911.

AND a photographic portrait of Auguste Victoria, Queen of Prussia (wife of German Emperor Wilhelm II), signed "Auguste Victoria I. R." in pencil.

€ (200-300) 210
69/2750 Graduale Romanum  Five leaves from a Graduale Romanum 69/2750 Graduale Romanum Five leaves from a Graduale Romanum
69/2750 [Graduale Romanum]. Five leaves from a Graduale Romanum, pen and black and red ink on vellum, ±55x40 cm. (leaf), 18th(?) cent.
€ (80-100) 80
69 2751 Green J  1900 1998 69 2751 Green J 1900 1998
69/2751 Green, J. (1900-1998). AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED "Julien" to "Cher Paul", undated (±1930?), 1 leaf, recto only, pen and ink, 8 lines body-text.

= Telling Paul (unidentified) that he and Paul Lorenz [writer] have searched for him in vain the other day, and asking him if they can meet coming Tuesday at 5 PM instead of 5.30, because he is having visitors at seven and would like to have some "bonnes heures à bavarder au coin du feu". Postscripted "Le Parthénon dans le cou, j'ai beaucoup pensé à cela ces jours-ci."

€ (100-150)
69/2752 Groningen  Annotations Boek 69/2752 Groningen Annotations Boek
69/2752 Groningen  Annotations Boek 69/2752 Groningen Annotations Boek
69/2752 [Groningen]. "Annotations Boek". Manuscript cash book, mainly Winschoten ("Winschoot")/ Sappemeer, dated "4 July 1838" to "1840 July 16", pen and brown ink, ±220 lvs., recto and verso, contemp. plain hcalf, sm. 8vo.

= Cash book of someone of the name of Lampe(?) (the name, written under "Annotations Boek" on upper pastedown, partly unread), concerning the purchase of various kinds of cloth ("varflinnen", "schoedegoed", "breed halflaken linnen", "hempen linnen", "geliemt linnen", "gestreepte doll", etc.), the names of the various sellers mentioned for each purchase. And at the bottom of most pages: "Transport Hoofdboek folio [...]". Apart from Winschoten and Sappemeer the places Groningen, Ankum (and 1x Appingedam) are also found.

€ (100-150) 230
69 2753 Groningen  Lot of ±150 manuscript and signed letterpress documents 69 2753 Groningen Lot of ±150 manuscript and signed letterpress documents
69/2753 [Groningen]. Lot of ±150 manuscript and signed letterpress documents, 1745-1930, incl. 11 vellum documents w. wax seal attached, all fold., various sizes.

= Interesting collection of mainly notarial documents concerning inventories, sales of property, mortgages, wills and inheritances, all in the vicinity of the northern part of Groningen (Appingedam, Baflo, Warffum etc.). All documents concern the following families: Lewe, Cleveringa, Bouwman, Dijkema, Bolhuis, Wierda, Meekhof(f), Doornbos(ch) and Welt.

ADDED: a collection of documents concerning Doornbos & Welt, city council meetings (Warffum), school rapports. - AND: 17 vols. of Dr. Staring's Almanak (1888-1930).

€ (300-500) 500
69/2754 Haarlem and surroundings  Deed of transport concerning a property on the Klein Heiligland 69/2754 Haarlem and surroundings Deed of transport concerning a property on the Klein Heiligland
69/2754 Haarlem and surroundings  Deed of transport concerning a property on the Klein Heiligland 69/2754 Haarlem and surroundings Deed of transport concerning a property on the Klein Heiligland
69/2754 [Haarlem and surroundings]. Deed of transport concerning a property on the Klein Heiligland, "bij de Franekerpoort tegen over de samaritaan belent ten suyden en achter Isaack Snep[?] ten noorden aen Johannes Munster", bought by Dammas van Dyck, dated 21 December 1701, pen and ink on vellum, recto only.

- Lacks wax seals.

= A "halff huys metter erve en een camer daer achter". Also concerning Zacharius Basius "als geordonneerde curateur over den insolvente boedel en goederen van Davidt Jurriaens Backbant[?]".

AND another deed of transport concerning "een schepenen schuldbrief ten lasten Pieter Gilgoun, groot in Capitaal Vijf Hondert Gulden, rentende vijf percend" transferred by Bernardus Marchant for Isaak Marchant to Hendrik van Vossen and Hendrik Roelofs, "gevestigd op Een Huis en Erve, zynde een Koekebakkerij, staande en gelegen in de Kruisstraat, van ouds genaamd de Blauwe Oven, met alle de gereedschappen tot de koekebakkerij behorende; voorts een Pakhuis, staande en gelegen aan de Westzijde van de St. Pieterstraat, tusschen de Kruisstraat ende Bogt, te voren geweest een Huis en Erve, en Een Pakhuis, 't welk is achterstrekkende aan het eerstgemelde perceel; gedateerd 10. September 1806, voor een somme van drie hondert en tien gulden" (dated 2 March 1810).

€ (80-100)
69/2755 Haarlem and surroundings  Deed of transport concerning properties in Velzen Heemskerk and Wymenum 69/2755 Haarlem and surroundings Deed of transport concerning properties in Velzen Heemskerk and Wymenum
69/2755 [Haarlem and surroundings]. Deed of transport concerning properties in Velzen, Heemskerk and Wymenum, dated 30 July 1561, concerning the inheritance of and 'losrente' on half of a property "gelegen tot velsen opde hoffgeest, noch van een ander stucke lants gelegen tot Heemskerck, ende noch van een stucke landts gelegen tot wymenum", by Dirck de Vries Jacobs and Pieter Janszoon Raet as heirs of Jan Raet Pieterszoon and also concerning the "kerckmeesteren vande parochiekercke der zelver stede [Haarlem]", Pieter van Dorp, Jan Arijszoon, Dirck Claes Jooste zoon and Cornelis van Berckenrode; pen and brown ink on vellum, recto only.
€ (150-250)
69/2756 Haarlem and surroundings  Lot of 6 deeds of transport concerning properties situated on the east side of the Burgwal 69/2756 Haarlem and surroundings Lot of 6 deeds of transport concerning properties situated on the east side of the Burgwal
69/2756 [Haarlem and surroundings]. Lot of 6 deeds of transport concerning properties situated on the east side of the Burgwal, dated 1740-1807, all pen and ink on vellum, recto only, some w. wax seal.

- Seals partly broken/ lacking.

= Daniel Bronkhorst selling to Jan van der Voort a house near the Hagebrug (30 August 1740); Jan van der Voort selling the same house to Jan Zilver who already owns the neighbouring house on the north side (9 May 1755); Catharina Heijen, indirect heir of Jan Silber (= Zilver) selling to Lodewijk Reek a house a little more northwards near the Koolsteeg (neighbour on the north side Willem Sprengers; on the south side the seller; 30 May 1782); Lodewijk Reek selling the same house to Jan Labaar (4 Sept. 1782); Hermanus Hedding in the name of Jan Cornelisse (both of Steenwijk) selling to Govert van Zandvoort a house near the Raamsteeg (neighbour on the north side Willem Sprengers; 27 September 1798); Theodora Hoenselaar, widow of Gerrit Sprengers, and Willem Sprengers selling to Lambert Sabelis a house no. 459 (wijk 2) on the north side adjacent to the Blokzijlpoort (13 Febr. 1807).

€ (150-250)