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70/1029 Campert, R. Lot of 40 works, nearly all first editions, ALL (but one) SIGNED (partly with a quotation), orig. bindings.

= A rich collection, incl. i.a. Vogels vliegen toch (1951; unsigned); Berchtesgaden (1953; w. quotation "spreek met mij het tasten van de dieren na"); Met man en muis (1955); Bij hoog en bij laag (1959; w. quotation "je blies in je handen en er was muziek". Copy from the library of Ewald Vanvugt, with his owner's entry); Tjeempie! of Liesje in Luiletterland (1968); Mijn levensliederen (1968); Ode aan mijn jas (1997; w. dedic. "Voor Gert met dank voor de aandacht (...)"); Een liefde in Parijs (2004; w. quotation "alleen het schrijven bood houvast"); Schrijversleven - Dagboekaantekeningen (2004; w. quotation "de toekomst is aan ons"); Het satijnen hart (2006; w. quotation "de Triompf der Kunst"); Nieuwe herinneringen (2007; w. quotation "De beweging een verweer tegen wat vaststaat"); Om vijf uur in de middag (2010); Vrienden, vriendinnen en de rest van de wereld (2012).

€ (200-300)
70 1030 Clandestine printing  Eyck P N van 70 1030 Clandestine printing Eyck P N van
70/1030 [Clandestine printing]. Eyck, P.N. van. Over leven en dood in de poëzie. Maastr., A.A.M. Stols, 1939 [= The Hague, 1944], 2nd ed., 49,(3)p., printed in 225 numb. copies (210), orig. giltlettered hcl., large 8vo.

- Endpapers browned. Boards sl. browned. = Van Dijk 630; De Jong 262.

Vondel, J. van den. Rei van smeeckelingen. 's-Hertogenbosch, Ursus Maior, n.d. (= Amst., F. Hoes, 1944), (13)p., 2 full-p. handcol. ills. by A.W.J.M. NOYONS, printed in 550 numb. copies (500), orig. wr. (De Jong 897). - AND 14 other clandestine and related publications, i.a. De Jong 110, 455, 534, 710 and 746.

€ (80-100)
70/1031 [Clandestine printing]. Herakleitos. Fragmenten. Greek text w. Dutch transl. E. Hoek. N.pl. (Amst.), A.A. B(alkema), 1944, 21,(2)p., printed in 100 copies, orig. wr. (De Jong 378). Verhoeven, B. Pax Hominibus. Gedichten. Utr., De Bezige Bij, (1944), 37,(1)p., printed in 525 numb. copies (500), orig. wr., sm. 8vo. - AND 23 other clandestine and related publications, i.a. De Jong 314, 477, 811.
€ (60-80) 70
70 1032 Clandestine printing  Hildebrand 70 1032 Clandestine printing Hildebrand
70/1032 [Clandestine printing]. Hildebrand. Hoe warm het was en hoe ver. Amst., Last en Co. (= F. Hoes), 1814 (= 1943), 51,(4)p., title w. gilt and red coat of arms, printed in 250 numb. copies, orig. hvellum, t.e.g., 4to (sl. foxed; De Jong 387).

Poe, E.A. The City in the Sea and Other Poems. N.pl. ("somewhere in occupied Holland" (Utr.)), "The Busy Bee", n.d. (1942), 34,(1)p., ills. and orig. dec. wr. by F. INGRAM, printed in black and green in 500 numb. copies, 4to.

- Frontwr. partly browned. = De Jong 665.

AND 11 other clandestine publications, i.a. De Jong 557, 585 and 712.

€ (60-80)
70/1033 [Clandestine printing]. Holland, Folk. van De Nederlanden. Amst., De rechtvaerdige trou, 1943, 195,(4)p., ills. by H. BROWN, printed in 250 numb. copies, orig. giltlettered hvellum, t.e.g., 4to (boards trifle soiled; De Jong 396). Mantinga, H. (= M. Kok). De zeven hoofdzonden. N.pl. (Utr.), De Bezige Bij, (1943), seven woodcuts by G.J. MACHIN (= W.J. ROZENDAAL), printed in 525 numb. copies., orig. wr. (De Jong 534). - AND 11 other clandestine publications, i.a. De Jong 51, 141 (2x, w. a frontcover in blue and one in red), 353 and 772.
€ (50-70) 50
70/1034 [Clandestine printing]. Hondt, C. de. Verwaaide Klanken. N.pl., Semper Laborans, 1945, 39p., printed in 500 numb. copies (25) orig. hcl., 8vo.

- Boards sl. browned. = De Jong 398; one of the 25 Roman numb. copies SIGNED by the author.

Roland Holst, A. Eigen achtergronden. Inleiding tot een voordracht uit eigen werk. N.pl. (Utr.), De Bezige Bij, n.d. (1944), 32,(3)p., printed in black and blue in 525 numb. copies (500), orig. (trifle browned) wr., 4to. - AND 16 other clandestine and related publications, i.a. De Jong 58, 149, 165, 341, 372 and 733.

€ (80-100)
70 1035 Clandestine printing  Laurens van Sint Laurens = L Huizinga 70 1035 Clandestine printing Laurens van Sint Laurens = L Huizinga
70/1035 [Clandestine printing]. Laurens van Sint Laurens (= L. Huizinga). Zes kaarsen voor Indië. (Amst.), "Ons Volk", 1945, 1st ed., 26p., cyclostyled, orig. wr., folio (De Jong 154). - AND 2 others similar: De Jong 827 and 921. - ADDED: Mann, E. Tien millioen kinderen. De opvoeding van de jeugd in het derde rijk. Met een inleiding van Thomas Mann. Geautoriseerde vertaling. Npl., n.d., (1),85p., cyclostyled, orig. plain wr., A4.

= This edition not in Deutsches Exilarchiv.

AND 1 similar cyclostyled (World War 2?) edition: Maurois, A. Het treurspel van Frankrijk (Tragédie en France). N.pl., n.d., 3[=6],85p., loosely inserted map, plain wr., 4to.

€ (30-50) 90
70 1036 Clandestine printing  Mantinga H  = M Mok 70 1036 Clandestine printing Mantinga H = M Mok
70/1036 [Clandestine printing]. Mantinga, H. (= M. Mok). Een naamloos strijder. N.pl., n.publ. (Amst., P. Starreveld), 1944, (16)p., col. woodcut title-vignette and 3 full-p. col. woodcut ills. by L. VANDERVELDE (= P. Starreveld), printed in black and red in 125 numb. copies (100), signed by the author and the illustrator, orig. wr., folio.

= De Jong 535.

Baudelaire, C. Douze poèmes. Les fleurs du mal. The Hague, D.A. Daamen, 1939 [= 1943], (33)p., ills. by C.A.B. BANTZINGER, printed in 500 numb. copies (470), orig. wr., folio.

- Wr. trifle soiled. = De Jong 71; Simoni B11.

AND 7 other clandestine and related publications, i.a. De Jong 264 and 354.

€ (60-80) 60
70/1037 [Clandestine printing]. Mantinga, H. (= M. Mok). De zeven hoofdzonden. N.pl. (Utr.), De Bezige Bij, (1943), seven woodcuts by G.J. MACHIN (= W.J. ROZENDAAL), printed in 525 numb. copies. Idem. De vader spreekt. Ibid., idem, (1944), 10,(3)p., 2 full-p. woodengr. ills. by F. MEERING (= T. DE VRIES), printed in black and red in 525 numb. copies (500) on Simili Japon, orig. wr., 4to.

- Both wrappers trifle browned. = De Jong 533 and 534.

AND 16 other clandestine and related publications, i.a. De Jong 7, 14, 89, 358, 733, 859 and 958.

€ (100-150)
70 1038 Clandestine printing  Melis Stoke = Salomonson H  70 1038 Clandestine printing Melis Stoke = Salomonson H
70/1038 [Clandestine printing]. (Melis Stoke (= Salomonson, H.)). Het nut der tegenspoeden. N.pl., n.publ., n.d.(±1940), (53)p., manuscript collection of poems by MELIS STOKE written in black pen by M. KET VAN BRAKEL, contemp. cl. w. gilt "Melis Stoke" on frontcover.

- Cloth trifle soiled.

WITH LOOSELY INSERTED: a letter and envelope from the writer of the manuscript collection M. Ket van Brakel to Dr. H. Colijn, about the manuscript and with a request to contribute to the publication of the poems: "(...) toen kreeg ik een goed idee... Ik zou zelf de verzen overschijven in net-loopend schrift... Dan waren de kosten van "inbinden" en uitgeven voordeeliger."

€ (80-100) 550
70/1039 [Clandestine printing]. Merwe, A. van de ( = P.C.A. Geyl). Het wachtwoord. N.d. (Utr.), De Bezige Bij, 1944, (48)p., printed in 525 numb. copies, orig wr.

- Wrappers sl. browned. = Quousque tandem 8. De Jong 561.

(Veth, A.C.). Ondergrondsche borrelingskes door *.******. N.pl., Kraft Durch Schadenfreude (= The Hague, H. de Koningh), 1945, (36)p., (printed in 2000 copies, ills. and orig. wr. by K. LINKS).

= Ondergrondsche Knock-Out-Press, tweede deel. De Jong 623.

Herakleitos. Fragmenten. Greek text w. Dutch transl. E. Hoek. N.pl. (Amst.), A.A. B(alkema), 1944, 21,(2)p., printed in 100 copies, orig. wr. (De Jong 378). - AND 23 other clandestine and related publications, i.a. De Jong 107, 457, 739 and 818.

€ (70-90)
70 1040 Clandestine printing  Wijdeveld H Th 70 1040 Clandestine printing Wijdeveld H Th
70/1040 [Clandestine printing]. Wijdeveld, H.Th. De bevrijding. Lage Vuursche, Elckerlyc, 1944, 35,(4)p., printed in black and blue, orig. gilt hcl.

= De Jong 964.

€ (40-60) 40
70 1041 Clandestine printing  Wijdeveld H Th 70 1041 Clandestine printing Wijdeveld H Th
70/1041 [Clandestine printing]. Wijdeveld, H.Th. Concerto Grosso 1905-1944. Lage Vuursche, Elckerlyc, 1944, 159,(4)p., printed in black and blue, orig. gilt hcl. Idem. De Bevrijding. Ibid., idem, 1944, 35,(4)p., printed in black and blue, orig. gilt hcl.

- The second work sl. foxed; bookplate on first free endpaper; binding sl. browned.

= De Jong 962 and 964.

€ (50-70)
70 1042 Claus H 70 1042 Claus H
70/1042 Claus, H. Gevulde contouren. (Amst.), Rap, 1985, 1st ed., 96p., ills. by JOOST VEERKAMP, orig. wr., oblong 4to.

- Wrappers sl. worn and discol. along margins.

= With AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION on title: "voor Jutka [Rona] die mijn contouren veel aardiger heeft ingevuld, Hugo".

AND 2 others: IDEM, Het jaar van de kreeft (Amst., 1972, 1st ed., orig. wr. Backstrip worn; SIGNED on the title-p.); J. BERNLEF, Hoe wit kijkt een eskimo (Amst., 1970, 1st ed., orig. wr. With AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION).

€ (50-70) 70
70 1043 Claus H 70 1043 Claus H
70/1043 Claus, H. "Kontrakt". TYPESCRIPT CONTRACT (carbon copy) SIGNED by Hugo Claus and A. Molter (Directeur-generaal of publisher 'Ontwikkeling', dated (in typescript) "Antwerpen, 25 Oktober 1955", 1 leaf, recto only, w. accomp. typescript letter signed by A. Molter, w. printed letterhead of publisher 'Ontwikkeling'.

- Both leaves w. filing holes in left blank margin and some vague folds.

= The publishing contract for the second edition of Bruid in de morgen.

€ (100-150) 120
70 1044 Claus H 70 1044 Claus H
70/1044 Claus, H. Mama, kijk, zonder handen! Original TYPESCRIPT (cyclostyled) SCENARIO, n.pl., n.d., title leaf and 86 numb. lvs., recto only, stapled in upper left corner, folio.

= "Deze productie kwam tot stand in samenwerking met "De Nieuwe Komedie"" [p.1]. Title-leaf w. annot. "[Den Haag, 20 mei 1966]", the date of the premiere.

Idem. Het lied van de moordenaar. Original TYPESCRIPT (cyclostyled) SCENARIO, The Hague, De Nieuwe Komedie, 1967/1968, title leaf, leaf w. list of characters and 48 numb. lvs., recto only, stapled in upper left corner, folio. - AND 2 others similar: photostats of the scenario Allen die vallen ("Een luisterspel door Samuell Beckett, Nederlandse bewerking door Hugo Claus"; 1964, 64 lvs., recto only, A4) and Commentaar van de Film BRUEGEL ("Commentaar: Paul Haesaerts en Hugo Claus"; 1969, 23 lvs., recto only, 4to).

€ (150-250) 150
70 1045 Claus H 70 1045 Claus H
70/1045 Claus, H. De Oostakkerse gedichten. Amst., De Bezige Bij, n.d. (1955), 1st ed., 63p., orig. cl. w. dustwr. by K. BEUNIS.

- Dustwr. partly yellowed and dam. at extremities.

= The first ("meer barokke") version of this work was published in 1953 as "Nota's voor een Oostakkerse Canta" in the periodical Tijd en Mens. Rare.

Idem. Tancredo infrasonic. The Hague, A.A.M. Stols, 1952, 1st ed., 37p., orig. wr. (backstrip yellowed). - AND 3 others by/ on the same, i.a. K. JACOBS a.o. (ed.), Hugo Claus Voor twaalf lezers en een snurkende recensent. Bibliografie van de afzonderlijk verschenen werken (Rijswijk, 2004, col. plates, orig. boards).

€ (50-70) 50
70 1046 Claus H 70 1046 Claus H
70 1046 Claus H 70 1046 Claus H
70/1046 Claus, H. ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH PICTURE POSTCARD, recto showing Elly Overzier, Hugo Claus, Karel Appel and Tonie Sluyter, verso in AUTOGRAPH pen and ink addressed to "Monsieur Simon Vinkenoog/ "UNESCO" (...) Paris (...)".

- Pinhole in upper and lower marigin; two vague cracks. Verso w. annot. (by the addressee?) "eigendom" in green ballpoint below the addressee's name and sm. stamp "Collectie Gert Jan Hemmink" in lower blank corner.

= Verso w. manuscript text and 'signed' by fictious people in various hands: "Op de boot "Visconti" in Varigotti. 6 september 1953. Dr Hermann Brökk-Pernedy/ 1 gebroeder Marx Brother/ Sfinx AF'834/ Hendrikje Stoffels". A different photograph of the same 4 persons at the same place is depicted in Revolver 113 (2002) on p. 85 (present in the lot).

€ (200-300) 210
70/1047 Claus, H. Die Spuren. Gedichte und Zeichnungen. German transl. R. Still. Münster, Kleinheinrich, 1994, 1st ed., 124p., tinted ills. by HUGO CLAUS, orig. wr., 4to.

= SIGNED by the author/ artist.

Idem. Dessin sans Destin. Poème de discipline surréaliste. Antw., De Slegte, 2002, (10) lvs., ills. (collages) by HUGO CLAUS, printed in 660 numb. copies (35). orig. wr.

= (Reduced size) facs. reprint of the original ms. from 1951. One of 35 SIGNED Roman numb. h.c. copies; this copy with a dedic. by the publisher Kris Landuyt.

AND a small stack of small publications (w. contribution) by/ on/ concerning the same, incl. a stack of newspapers and periodicals published on occasion of the death of Claus.

€ (100-150)
70 1048 Claus H 70 1048 Claus H
70/1048 Claus, H. "Steekkaart voor afvoer van de kleding (1)". Printed postcard SIGNED "Hugo Claus", 10,5x14,9 cm., letterpress text on recto listing the clothes etc. Claus had to return when ending his military service, verso w. letterpress "Onderrichtingen" and room to enter an address.

- Filing holes in marigin, 1x touching the text.

= "[ms.: Claus Hugo] (...) [ms.: soldaat Milicien] (...) Met onbepaald verlof gegaan den [ms.: 29 Maart 1950]. Meegedragen keldingstukken (...) Ik ondergetekende zal voormelde kledingstukken terugzenden (...) [signature: Hugo Claus] (...)".

AND 7 other miscell. documents and photographs, i.a. "Certificaat van woonst" (lettpress document w. manuscript entries, confirming that Claus has been registered as resident of Ghent, "(...) sedert [ms.: 25 April 1955.] komende van [ms.: Rome (Italië)] (...)", dated "4 Mei 1955") and a gelatin silver print portrait of Claus by GEERT KOOIMAN (1989, 18x12,7 cm.).

€ (150-250) 160