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70 1327 Carmiggelt S 70 1327 Carmiggelt S
70/1327 Carmiggelt, S. Notities over Willem Elsschot. Amst., Peter Loeb, 1975, 1st ed., 56p., portr., printed in 250 numb. copies, orig. cl. w. dustwr., large 8vo.

= Bibliofiele Bijenkorf Bibliotheek 1. SIGNED by the author in the colophon, and with MANUSCRIPT SIGNED annot. by LOUIS PAUL BOON on the title-p.: "(zie de meer gewone uitgave, waarin ik graag over Elsschot wat wou mededelen) [sign.]".

Heeresma, F. and H. Jeugdzonden en ander oud zeer. Enig klein proza uit het begin van twee schrijverslevens; aangevuld met een pentekening van de een en een geschreven portret van de ander. Ibid., idem, 1975, 1st ed., 55p., ills., printed in 250 numb. copies (this copy marked "HC"), orig. cl. w. dustwr., large 8vo.

= Bibliofiele Bijenkorf Bibliotheek 2. With AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION: "Voor Drs. J.B.W. Polak. "sla uw handen niet aan uzelf noch naar uw vrienden en vriendinnen daar ze anders afgehakt worden!"

AND 3 others from the series, all 1976, printed in 250 numb. copies (all marked "h.c."), orig. cl. w. dustwr. (most backstrips sunned): J. CREMER, Sneeuw (BBB 3); T. KARS, De eerste trein na half zes (BBB 4; with AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION); H. MULISCH, De grens (BBB 5; with ms. dedication by the publisher).

€ (100-150) 170
70 1328 Carroll L 70 1328 Carroll L
70 1328 Carroll L 70 1328 Carroll L
70/1328 Carroll, L. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1938, 222p., ills. and orig. gilt pict. cl. by G.M. HUDSON, 4to.

- Endpapers browned; owner's entry on first free endpaper; trifle foxed.

€ (50-70)
70 1329 Caruchet H  Gautier T 70 1329 Caruchet H Gautier T
70/1329 [Caruchet, H.]. Gautier, T. Le pavillon sur l'eau. Introd. C. Mauclair. Paris, A. Ferroud, 1900, (4),VIII,46,(1)p., pochoir-col. title-vignette (repeated on frontwr.), 46 diff. pochoir-col. pictorial borders around the text and head- and tailpieces (introduction) by HENRI CARUCHET, printed in 350 numb. copies signed by the author (50), contemp. gilt green hcalf bound by J. BADEN, w. faux silk dec. endpapers, t.e.g.

- Joints trifle rubbed; leather partly sl. faded. Bookplate on upper pastedown. Otherwise very fine.

= One of 50 numbered copies printed on "petit papier du Japon". Monod 5204; Carteret V, p.88. Beautifully illustrated with fine jugendstil borders, incorporating Chinese figures, buildings, plants and animals. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XL.

€ (500-700)
70 1330 Chagall M 70 1330 Chagall M
70/1330 Chagall, M. Dessins pour la bible. Introd. G. Bachelard. Paris, Verve, (1960), (34)p., 24 col. lithogr. plates, 24 monochrome lithogr. ills., 96 full-p. plates and orig. col. lithogr. boards, all by M. CHAGALL, folio.

- Very fine copy. Joints trifle rubbed at spine-ends.

= Verve vol. X, no.37/38. Sorlier 75; Mourlot 230-280. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XL.

€ (1.000-1.500) 1100
70 1331 Chambord J 70 1331 Chambord J
70/1331 Chambord, J. Le rêve de Marc. Neuchâtel/ Paris, Ides et Calendes, 1946, 23,(4)p., 8 handcol. ills. (incl. frontwr.) by THEODORE STRAWINSKY, printed in black and red in 57 numb. copies (50), orig. wr., sm. 8vo.

- Sm. sellotape stain on first free endpaper (w. offsetting on verso frontwr.).

= With AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION to "Margaret et A.A.M. Stols" on halftitle. Not in Monod. Rare.

Boccaccio, G. Ten Tales from the Decameron. London, privately printed, 1937, 88,(3)p., ills. by EDMONDO LUCCHESI, orig. clothbacked boards, 4to. - AND 4 others similar, i.a. P. VALÉRY, État de la vertu (Paris, 1925, printed in 230 numb. copies (20), orig. wr., 4to. One of 20 Roman numb. copies H.C., w. signed dedic. by the publisher/ printer in the colophon).

€ (100-150)
70 1332 Chamisso A von 70 1332 Chamisso A von
70/1332 Chamisso, A. von. Peter Schlemihls wundersame Geschichte. Frankf. a.M., Bauerschen Giesserei, n.d. (1964), 85,(2)p., 8 woodcuts by IMRE REINER, bound as a blockbook, orig. dec. boards.

= "Einmalige, den Freunden der Bauerschen Gießerei vorbehaltene Sonderausgabe des 1964 im Verlag Ars Librorum, Frankfurt am Main erschienenen Liebhaberdrucks" [colophon].

Goethe, J.W. Faust. Der Tragödie erster/ zweiter Teil. Leipsic, P. Reclam Jun., 1982, 2 vols., 211,(1); 382,(2)p., ills. by B. HEISSIG (vol.1) and MAX BECKMANN (vol.2), orig. unif. cl. w. dustwr., boards slipcase, 4to (backstrips of dustwr. yellowed). - AND 8 others in 9 vols., all German text, i.a. BRÜDER GRIMM, Giesserei, Kinder- und Hausmärchen (Tübingen, 1976, ills. by M. SLEVOGT, orig. cl. w. dustwr., 4to); B. FLÖRECKE, Im alten Berlin (Berlin, 1961, printed in 150 copies, orig. wr., sm. 8vo. With autogr. signed dedication).

€ (50-70) 50
70 1333 Chandler R 70 1333 Chandler R
70/1333 Chandler, R. The Big Sleep. San Francisco, Arion Press, 1986, 249,(2)p., full-p. photogr. ills. by L. STOUMEN, printed in black and blue in 425 copies, bookdesign by A. HOYEM, orig. plastic binding, 4to.

- Several quires misbound, but complete. = SIGNED by the photographer on p.248.

€ (100-150) 210
70/1334 Claus, H. Hymen. Amst./ Amstelveen, SUD/ De 3 Gratiën/ AMO, 1987, (18)lvs. with 13 (4 col.) plates by CORNEILLE, printed in 180 numb. copies, orig. cl., stiff paper slipcase, obl. 4to.

- Unnumb. copy, signed only by the author and without the etching.

Hemmink, G.J. (ed.). (Hugo Claus). Offprint of a 2-page special on Hugo Claus publ. 1967 on the 'Jongeren Pagina' of the Amersfoortse Courant, printed in 50 numb. copies, large folio, w. original gelatin silver print portait of Claus (29,7x23,8 cm.) by PIET VAN STRAALEN added,

- Folded; yellowed and sm. tear in margin.

AND 4 others by the same, i.a. IDEM, Imitation (Brussels, 1987, ills. by HUGO CLAUS, loose as publ. in orig. stiff paper portfolio, printed in 800 copies (350), sm. 4to. One of 350 numb. copies); IDEM, Dessin sans Destin. Poème de discipline surréaliste (Antw., 2002, ills. (collages) by HUGO CLAUS, printed in 660 numb. copies (200). orig. wr. Reduced size facs. reprint of the original ms. from 1951; one of 200 SIGNED copies) and a PROOF of the frontisp. etching by Claus for Ontmoeting met Corneille (1991, 15,5x9,5 cm., SIGNED "Proef Claus", loosely inserted in wr.).

€ (70-90) 80
70/1335 Claus, H. Imitaties. Introd. Robjee. Brussels, Paleis, 1987, 38 lvs., ills. by HUGO CLAUS, loose as publ. in orig. stiff paper portfolio, printed in 800 copies (350), sm. 4to.

= One of 350 numb. copies.

Idem. Dessin sans Destin. Poème de discipline surréaliste. Antw., De Slegte, 2002, (10) lvs., ills. (collages) by HUGO CLAUS, printed in 660 numb. copies (200). orig. wr.

= (Reduced size) facs. reprint of the original ms. from 1951. One of 200 SIGNED copies in dark col. wrappers that were for sale at the exhibition 'Hugo Claus ongezien'.

AND 4 others (w. contribution) by the same, i.a. an offprint of a 2-page special on Hugo Claus publ. 1967 on the 'Jongeren Pagina' of the Amersfoortse Courant, ed. by G.J. Hemmink and printed in 50 numb. copies (yellowed and sm. tear in margin; without the added orig. photograph) and FACSIMILE (Amst., 1995, A4-size leporello w. 50 facs. lvs. of (illustrated) contributions by i.a. Lucebert, Hugo Claus, Jeroen Henneman, Herman de Coninck, K. Schippers, Armando and G. Kouwenaar, printed in 200 numb. copies, in orig. box).

€ (50-70) 60
70 1336 Constant 70 1336 Constant
70/1336 Constant. A propos de Cézanne. Aantekeningen naar aanleiding van de tentoonstelling: "Cézanne, Les dernières années, 1895-1906", Paris, Grand Palais, 20 Avril - 23 Juillet 1978. Amst., n.publ., 1978, 24,(2) lvs., etched frontisp. portr. of Cézanne by CONSTANT, printed in 100 numb. and signed copies, orig. giltlettered wr. - AND 1 other: PROOST PRIKKELS 320 (Amst., 1970, 1 col. screenprint by CONSTANT, full-p. photogr. ills. by H. SAMSOM, loosely inserted in orig. wr., large 4to).
€ (70-90) 90
70 1337 Corneille  Claus H 70 1337 Corneille Claus H
70/1337 [Corneille]. Claus, H. Hymen. Amst./ Amstelveen, SUD/ De 3 Gratiën/ AMO, 1987, (18)lvs. with 13 (4 col.) plates by CORNEILLE, printed in 180 numb. copies (165) (copy numb. "H/c") and signed by the author and the artist on the colophon, orig. cl., stiff paper slipcase, obl. 4to.

- Without the coloured etching called for.

€ (70-90) 70
70 1338 Corneille  Lambert J C 70 1338 Corneille Lambert J C
70 1338 Corneille  Lambert J C 70 1338 Corneille Lambert J C
70/1338 [Corneille]. Lambert, J.C. Ollintonatiuh. Spanish transl. Homeros Aridjis. Amst., Printshop Amsterdam, 1973, 6 textlvs., 5 colour lithographs by CORNEILLE, each 50x42 cm., signed, "43/100" and dated "'73" in pencil, printed in 108 numb. copies (100), loose as issued in orig. wooden portfolio w. leather ties dec. by CORNEILLE, large folio.

- A few ties broken/ lacking.

= From the estate of Constant Anton Nieuwenhuys. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XL.

€ (1.200-1.500)
70 1339 Corneille  Voisin G 70 1339 Corneille Voisin G
70/1339 [Corneille]. Voisin, G. De tes mains partit le vide. Paris, Clepsydre, Éditions de la Difference, n.d. (1998), textbook (111,(1)p., ill., numb. "F/2" in pencil, orig. wr.), 6 original lithographs printed in brown by CORNEILLE, each signed "Corneille '98" and "F/2" in pencil, loose as issued in orig. wr., printed in 135 numb. copies (26), together in orig. board box w. board slipcase, 4to.

- Slipcase sm. rubbed spot, otherwise a mint copy.

= One of 26 lettered copies. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XLI.

€ (300-500)
70 1340 Craig E G  Craig Ellen G 70 1340 Craig E G Craig Ellen G
70/1340 [Craig, E.G.]. Craig, Ellen G. Edward Gordon Craig: The Last Eight Years 1958-1966, Letters from Ellen Gorden Craig. Ed. and introd. by E. Craig. Andoversford, The Whittington Press, 1983, (8),49,(3)p., printed in brown, tipped-in frontisp. portrait by L. KNIGHT, 2 woodengr. ills. by J. CRAIG, printed in 350 numb. and signed copies (250), orig. clothbacked boards.
€ (50-70) 50
70 1341 Craig E G  Hofmannsthal H von 70 1341 Craig E G Hofmannsthal H von
70/1341 [Craig, E.G.]. Hofmannsthal, H. von. Der weisse Fächer. Leipsic, Insel, 1907, no pagination, 4 woodcut plates by E. GORDON CRAIG, printed in 800 numb. copies (750), text printed in black and ochre, orig. giltlettered vellumbacked dec. boards, t.e.g., folio.

- Waterstained mainly in lower and occas. upper margin, but also affecting final woodcut and endpapers; foxed throughout (most strongly affecting the textpages, the woodcuts less affected).

= Sarkowski 776. The first book that Harry Kessler commissioned from Craig.

€ (70-90) 70
70 1342 Crane W 70 1342 Crane W
70/1342 Crane, W. Cartoons for the Cause. 1886-1896. Designs and Verses for the Socialist and Labour Movement, 1886-1896. Preface J. Betjeman. London, The Journeyman Press, 1976, printed in 500 copies (100), 11 textleaves, 13 plates (incl. title-leaf) and orig. lithogr. wr. by W. CRANE, folio.

- Corners and spine-ends sl. creased, otherwise fine.

= Copy of the DELUXE edition, printed in 100 numb. copies signed by JOHN BETJEMAN. Cf. Spencer, Walter Crane p.148-150; Massé p.49: "The series of plates is accompanied by poems or other descriptive matter referring to passing events, but mostly directed to the embodiment of the principles of Socialism and unmistakably inscribed with legends expressing the political aims and social aspirations of the party".

€ (60-80) 70
70/1343 Crashaw, R. Three Poems from Carmen deo nostro. Haarlem, J. Enschedé en zonen, 1930, no pagination, printed in 200 copies, orig. gilt boards.

= This copy printed for Gerard Proost.

Pushkin, A. Mozart en Salieri. Amst., n.publ., 1945, 32p., orig. (unevenly browned) wr. Stendhal. Trois jeunes filles. (Amst.), La bête noire (A.A. Balkema, F.E.A. Batten and A. Morriën), 1944, 154,(1)p., printed in 100 copies, orig. wr., sm. 8vo. - AND 17 others, i.a. G. DE MAUPASSANT, La Maison Tellier (Haarlem, 1946, handcol. ills. and orig. wr. by BOB BUYS, 4to) and F. NIETZSCHE, Aldus sprak Zarathustra (Driebergen, n.d., printed in 275 numb. copies, orig. giltlettered hvellum).

€ (60-80) 60
70 1344 Cremer J 70 1344 Cremer J
70/1344 Cremer, J. 20 April 2000 Cremer. Amst., De Bezige Bij/ Centaur, 2000, deluxe publication on occasion of the publication of the 50th ed. of Ik Jan Cremer, printed in 250 numb. copies, consisting of a cloth chemise containing an orig. col. lithograph by Jan Cremer (42x29,7 cm., signed and numb. in pencil), a copy of the 50th ed. of Ik Jan Cremer, signed and numb. in purple ink and w. special author's stamp in purple on title-p. (Amst., De Bezige Bij, 2000, 363p., plates, orig. pict. cl. w. dustwr.) and a CD, Jan Cremer. Het lied van de Ram, together in orig. dec. cloth box.
€ (70-90) 130
70 1345 Dalí S  Hemingway E 70 1345 Dalí S Hemingway E
70/1345 [Dalí, S.]. Hemingway, E. Der alte Mann und das Meer. Stuttg., Manus Presse, 1974, 60,(3)p., 6 full-p. ills. by S. DALÍ, with an extra suite of the ills. printed on bronze-col. paper, printed in 1000 numb. copies (650), loose as issued in orig. cl. portfolio w. ill. on frontcover printed on bronze ground, folio (fine).

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XLI.

€ (200-300) 210
70 1346 Dante Alighieri 70 1346 Dante Alighieri
70 1346 Dante Alighieri 70 1346 Dante Alighieri
70/1346 Dante Alighieri. La Divina Commedia. Ed. N. Zingarelli. Bergamo, Istituto Italiano d'arti grafiche, 1934, XXXII,368p., 177 full-p. plates by various artists, num. ills., orig. giltlettered cl., slipcase, folio.

- Bookplate on upper pastedown. Spine browned; slipcase soiled and sl. worn along edges.

€ (40-60) 40