1953 - 2162     CHILDREN'S BOOKS - MOVABLE BOOKS, POP-UP AND SHAPE BOOKS

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70 2093 Nister E  Weatherly F E a o 70 2093 Nister E Weatherly F E a o
70 2093 Nister E  Weatherly F E a o 70 2093 Nister E Weatherly F E a o
70/2093 [Nister, E.]. Weatherly, F.E. a.o. Peeps into Fairy Land. London/New York, E. Nister/ E.P. Dutton & Co., n.d. (±1896), (22)p., 6 col. lithogr. pop-up plates, lithogr. ills. by E.S. HARDY, orig. clothbacked col. lithogr. boards, obl. folio.

- Upper hinge broken; portion of upper margin title-p. cut out. Covers sl. (damp)stained; some repaired marginal tears; worn along extremities; both joints starting/ splitting.

= An attractive pop-up book showing the characteristic Nister charming children with animals in stand-up grotto scenes. Pop-ups come to life as the book is opened, by means of linen tabs attached to the inner margins of the opposite page. Hunt p. 294 and 316. "(...) this being one of the finest of Nister's stand-up books" (E. Quayle, The Collector's Book of Children's Books (1971)). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXVII.

€ (700-900)
70 2094 Nister E  Weedon L L 70 2094 Nister E Weedon L L
70 2094 Nister E  Weedon L L 70 2094 Nister E Weedon L L
70/2094 [Nister, E.]. Weedon, L.L. Twinkling Pictures. London/ New York, E. Nister/ E.P. Dutton & Co., n.d. (±1901), (16)p., 5 revolving chromolithogr. discs, orig. clothbacked chromolithogr. boards, square 8vo.

- One plate loose; one plate reattached; sl. fingersoiled in margins. Backcover rubbed.

= Hunt no.769.

€ (200-300)
70 2095 Nister E  Weedon L L a o 70 2095 Nister E Weedon L L a o
70/2095 [Nister, E.]. Weedon, L.L. a.o. The Model Menagerie with Natural History Stories. London/ New York, E. Nister/ E.P. Dutton & Co., n.d. (±1895), (24)p., 6 chromolithogr. pop-up plates, ills., orig. clothbacked chromolithogr. boards, obl. folio.

- Three plates reattached along left part, w. former repair showing tape ghost, otherwise plates fine; all lvs. dust/(finger)soiled; endpapers sl. frayed; upper hinge broken w. tape ghost from former repair; hinges weak. Covers soiled and w. waterst. on backcover; board edges worn.

= Osborne p.420.

€ (70-90)
70/2096 Nister E  What the Children Like 70/2096 Nister E What the Children Like
70/2096 [Nister, E.]. What the Children Like. London/ New York, E. Nister/ E.P. Dutton & Co., n.d. (±1897), (32)p., 5 double-p. chromolithogr. pop-up plates, ills., orig. clothbacked pict. boards, 4to.

- Sl. duststained; a few lvs. and one plate loose. Binding sl. soiled. = Hunt no.853.

€ (100-150) 120
70/2097 Op de kermis Een nieuw prentenboek voor kinderen 70/2097 Op de kermis Een nieuw prentenboek voor kinderen
70/2097 Op de kermis Een nieuw prentenboek voor kinderen 70/2097 Op de kermis Een nieuw prentenboek voor kinderen
70/2097 Op de kermis Een nieuw prentenboek voor kinderen 70/2097 Op de kermis Een nieuw prentenboek voor kinderen
70/2097 Op de kermis Een nieuw prentenboek voor kinderen 70/2097 Op de kermis Een nieuw prentenboek voor kinderen
70/2097 Op de kermis Een nieuw prentenboek voor kinderen 70/2097 Op de kermis Een nieuw prentenboek voor kinderen
70/2097 Op de kermis. Een nieuw prentenboek voor kinderen. N.pl., n.publ., n.d.(±1890), (2)p., 5 chromolithogr. plates w. rotating disc behind a window, each monogrammed "CS" and 1x signed "C. Sch." on the stone, text on verso, orig. lithogr. wr., 12mo.

- All lvs. loose; one disc loose. Wr. frayed; spine split but repaired w. sellotape.

= Extremely rare movable book, no other copies traced. Probably a Dutch adaptation of a French work. I.a. scenes with a magic lantern (showing i.a. the Eiffel Tower) and a Jack and Judy pantomime. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXVII.

€ (500-700) 500
70/2098 Panorama van Vroolijke Spelen 70/2098 Panorama van Vroolijke Spelen
70/2098 Panorama van Vroolijke Spelen. Amst., J.G. Robbers, n.d. (±1880), leporello consisting of 8 col. lithogr. board lvs., orig. clothbacked chromolithogr. boards., obl. 8vo.

- Splitting on hinges; sl. soiled in lower margin. Frontcover lacks sm. portion of paper; rubbed along extremities.

€ (70-90)
70/2099 Panorama Roodkapje en de Gelaarsde Kat Hans en Grietje/ Sneeuwwitje Op de boerderij Vacantie op de Boerderij 70/2099 Panorama Roodkapje en de Gelaarsde Kat Hans en Grietje/ Sneeuwwitje Op de boerderij Vacantie op de Boerderij
70/2099 Panorama. Roodkapje en de Gelaarsde Kat. Hans en Grietje/ Sneeuwwitje. Op de boerderij. Vacantie op de Boerderij. Amst., Mulder & Zoon, n.d. (±1950), 4 vols., each w. 2 pop-up scenes, col. ills., orig. unif. clothbacked pict. boards, obl. 4to.

= Rare Dutch pop-up books. No. 3420; no. 3427A; no. 3420 and no. 3427B.

AND 5 other pop-up books, incl. two duplicates, all by the same publisher. - ADDED: one panorama book by the same publisher.

€ (70-90)
70/2100 Pantomime Toy Books Bluebeard Cinderella Sleeping Beauty 70/2100 Pantomime Toy Books Bluebeard Cinderella Sleeping Beauty
70/2100 Pantomime Toy Books Bluebeard Cinderella Sleeping Beauty 70/2100 Pantomime Toy Books Bluebeard Cinderella Sleeping Beauty
70/2100 Pantomime Toy Books. Bluebeard. Cinderella. Sleeping Beauty. New York, McLoughlin Bros., (±1880), 3 vols., all comprising 10 textlvs. (incl. endpapers) and a small booklet w. 12/ 14/ 12 col. lithogr. plates in various sizes, orig. unif. clothbacked col. lithogr. boards, sm. 4to.

- Most lvs. loosening. All vols. lack backstrip; all boards detached.

= The small booklets in the centre of the books show a play and create with each turn of a leaf a new scene. The McLoughlin Brothers pirated this idea from Dean & Son (London).

€ (100-150) 100
70 2101 Peepshows  Smith E 70 2101 Peepshows Smith E
70/2101 [Peepshows]. Smith, E. The Picture Post Coronation Peep-show Book. London, Hulton Press, 1953, 32p., fold out col. peepshow attached to inner flap wr., orig. col. pictorial wr.
€ (50-70) 50
70/2102 Popeye funny face maker 70/2102 Popeye funny face maker
70/2102 Popeye funny face maker. New York, Jaymar, 1962, col. plate w. circular hole and 5 interlocking rotating discs, orig. pict. boards, sq. 4to.

- Sl. rubbed/ soiled, mostly along edges; scribblings in pen.

= By rotating any or all of 5 discs a complete face appears in the circular frame in the center; it is possible to make the faces of Popeye, Wimpy, Olive Oyl and Swee'pea.

€ (30-50) 80
70/2103 Porte brisée  Agatha's pantomime prentenboeken No 1 Asschepoetster 70/2103 Porte brisée Agatha's pantomime prentenboeken No 1 Asschepoetster
70/2103 [Porte-brisée]. Agatha's pantomime prentenboeken. No.1. Asschepoetster. Amst., Jac. G. Robbers, n.d. (±1893), porte-brisée book w. 6 chromolithogr. flaps on each side and final chromolithogr. scene on verso backwr., orig. chromolithogr. shaped wr. w. 2 flaps, large 4to.

- A few flaps w. sm. defects in margins. Backwr. split and closed w. tape and lacks portions in 3 corners; frontcover frayed and w. various dam. spots.

= Rare porte-brisée book in the shape of a theater with flaps that can be turned over, altering each scene, until arriving at the final scene of the story of Cinderella. The verso of each flap show the theater boxes. Dutch adaptation of the English edition by Dean & son.

€ (200-300)
70/2104 Porte brisée  Agatha's pantomime prentenboeken No 2 Robinson Crusoë 70/2104 Porte brisée Agatha's pantomime prentenboeken No 2 Robinson Crusoë
70/2104 [Porte-brisée]. Agatha's pantomime prentenboeken. No.2. Robinson Crusoë. Amst., Jac. G. Robbers, n.d. (±1893), porte-brisée book w. 6 chromolithogr. flaps on each side and final chromolithogr. scene on verso backwr., orig. chromolithogr. shaped wr. w. 2 flaps, large 4to.

- Flaps w. minor imperfections; backwr. vertically split in the centre, but reattached w. sellotape; joints splitting; frontwr. dam. in lower left corner of right flap, otherwise rubbed/ sl. worn along extremities.

= Rare porte-brisée book in the shape of a theater with flaps that can be turned over, altering each scene, until arriving at the final scene of the story of Robinson Crusoë. The verso of each flap show the theater boxes. Dutch adaptation of the English edition by Dean & son. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXVIII.

€ (200-300) 200
70/2105 Porte brisée  Beauty and the Beast 70/2105 Porte brisée Beauty and the Beast
70/2105 Porte brisée  Beauty and the Beast 70/2105 Porte brisée Beauty and the Beast
70/2105 [Porte-brisée]. Beauty and the Beast. New York, McLoughlin Bros., 1893, porte-brisée book w. 6 chromolithotgr. flaps on each side and a backscene, orig. chromolithogr. shaped wr. w. 2 flaps.

- First left flap lacks sm. portion in lower right corner, right flap creased w. sm. tear in lower part; back scene w. pencil scribblings. Backcover creased and w. annot.; rubbed along extremities.

= Rare porte-brisée book in the shape of a theater with flaps that can be turned over, altering each scene, until arriving at the final scene of the story. The verso of each flap shows the theater boxes.

AND a facsimile from the same series of the Cinderella story.

€ (150-250) 150
70/2106 Prop up  De drie beren Roodkapje De Drie katjes Met oom Jan in't Cirkus Robinson Crusoë Een bezoek aan de diergaarde 70/2106 Prop up De drie beren Roodkapje De Drie katjes Met oom Jan in't Cirkus Robinson Crusoë Een bezoek aan de diergaarde
70/2106 [Prop-up]. De drie beren. Roodkapje. De Drie katjes. Met oom Jan in't Cirkus. Robinson Crusoë. Een bezoek aan de diergaarde. Amst., J. Vlieger, n.d. (±1893), 6 vols., each w. 5 (1 double-p.) movable embossed chromolithogr. plates, ills., orig. unif. clothbacked chromolithogr. pict. boards, sm. 8vo.

- Most vols. contents fine. Backovers foxed (in various degrees).

= Early prop-up variant. The 6 chromolithogr. parts can be pulled forward to create a three-dimensional effect on the lithogr. plate. Very rare complete series of 6 books published by J. Vlieger. Lust en Leering p.417; one copy in NCC. Not in The Children's World of Learning, cat. Beweegbare Boeken, coll. Caljé-van Gulik and Ki.la.ki.le. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXX.

€ (500-700) 800
70/2107 Rags And Tatters A Magic Action Story 70/2107 Rags And Tatters A Magic Action Story
70/2107 Rags And Tatters A Magic Action Story 70/2107 Rags And Tatters A Magic Action Story
70/2107 Rags And Tatters: A Magic Action Story. Wisconsin, Whitman Publishing Co., 1936, 15p., 3 double-p. pop-up col. plates, orig. pict. wr., sm. 4to.

- Joints splitting; sl. rubbed.

AND 3 other Magic Action Books published by the same, i.a. BUNNY BOY (1935).

€ (100-150)
70 2108 Rice Burroughs E 70 2108 Rice Burroughs E
70 2108 Rice Burroughs E 70 2108 Rice Burroughs E
70 2108 Rice Burroughs E 70 2108 Rice Burroughs E
70 2108 Rice Burroughs E 70 2108 Rice Burroughs E
70/2108 Rice Burroughs, E. The New Adventures of Tarzan. "Pop-up". New York/ Chicago, Blue Ribbon Press/ Pleasure books, 1935, (13)p., 3 col. pop-up plates, ills., orig. pict. boards.

- Fingersoiled. Spine splitting; boardedges rubbed.

AND 2 others similar from the same series, with various defects: Little Red Ridinghood 'Pop-up' book and The 'Pop-up' Goldilocks and the Three Bears.

€ (100-150)
70 2109 Rinke J 70 2109 Rinke J
70 2109 Rinke J 70 2109 Rinke J
70 2109 Rinke J 70 2109 Rinke J
70 2109 Rinke J 70 2109 Rinke J
70/2109 Rinke, J. Jong Holland naar Volendam: prentenboek voor jongens en meisjes om Volendam zelf op te bouwen. Amst., Scheltens & Giltay, n.d. (1919), instruction leaf, (5) (of ?) lvs. w. 26 (of 48) cut-out figures and orig. pict. wr. by JAN RINKE, obl. narrow folio.

- All lvs. loose w. waterstain in upper part; lacks some lvs. w. 22 cut-out figures. Frontcover w. large repaired tear.

Idem. Poppenkast. Ibid., idem, n.d. (±1920), textbooklet (48p., orig. wr.) and puppet theatre consisting of a col. lithogr. board proscenium w. side wings (34x25,7 cm.), 4 board background plates w. 8 col. scenes (recto and verso) and 4 sheets w. cut-out figures for the four stories described in the booklet.

- Textbooklet sl. foxed; lacks staples; sl. frayed; proscenium lacks one curtain; 2 figures cut out but others uncut. Without orig. envelope (?).

= The four stories: Jan Klaassen, De Schoone Slaapster, De Gelaarsde Kat and Sinterklaas.

€ (100-150)
70 2110 Robinsonades  Defoe D  70 2110 Robinsonades Defoe D
70/2110 [Robinsonades]. (Defoe, D.). Voyages et aventures de Robinson Crusoë. Paris, Guérin-Müller & Cie., n.d. (±1865), 8 textlvs. (recto only), each w. 3 layered col. lithogr. pop-up plate, clothbacked col. lithogr. boards.

- Some closed marginal tears; (finger)soiled, mostly in margins. Rebound w. use of the original soiled and dam. frontcover.

= Collector's stamp (Borms) on lower pastedown. French edition of Dean's New Scenic Books - Robinson Crusoe (published by Dean & son). Cf. Haining, Movable Books, p.30.

€ (300-500)
70 2111 Sandwijk G van 70 2111 Sandwijk G van
70/2111 Sandwijk, G. van. Fabel-spel voor de jeugd of twintig beweegbare fabelen van Gellert. Verzameld en overeenkomstig het kinderlijk begrip ingerigt naar het Hoogduitsch van A. Sturm. Purmerend, J.P. Bronstring, n.d. (±1820), 40,(1)p., fold. lithogr. plate w. 20 numb. miniature scenes to the fables, contemp. boards, obl. narrow 8vo.

- Text-book and key-plate only; key plate w. tears on folds; a few lvs. soiled; without the separately issued landscape, figures, etc.; owner's entries on first free endpaper (recto and verso). Spine splitting.

= Huiskamp S 361; cat. The Children's World of Learning 3190 (also without additions): "The teacher's text book and model plate only of a rare fable game for children, inspired by a German idea by A. Sturm (1788-1827). All separate figures from a number of fables would be given to the children, thrown together in one heap, and the children then should sort them out and try to collect all the figures belonging to one specific fable and arrange them in their right positions within the correct landscape. This game was intended for use at schools, with the booklet intended for the teacher to read the text of the fable out aloud and to check the children's results by means of the model plate. So the children's loose figures and landscapes will mostly be found separate without the book or model plate, and the book and plate will be mostly found without figures or boards, like here. Still, the text book and model plate are rare and of interest by themselves. (...) not elsewhere found recorded." Very rare.

€ (50-70)
70 2112 Seidmann Freud T 70 2112 Seidmann Freud T
70/2112 Seidmann-Freud, T. Das Zauberboot. Berlin, H. Stuffer, 1929, (6)lvs. w. movable parts, col. ills., loosely inserted punched leaf and orig. clothbacked pict. boards by T. SEIDMANN-FREUD.

- Two plates repaired w. sellotape (one not working); lacks the red transparent leaf. Boards sl. duststained.

= Rare. Bilderwelt im Kinderbuch 2062: "In diesen in der 30er Jahre äußerst erfolgreichen Kinderbuch kombiniert Thomas Seidmann-Freud Dreh-, Zieh- und Verwandlungsmechanismen auf höchst orginelle Art".

€ (200-300)