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70 2846 Biblia neerlandica Printbibles  Luiken J 70 2846 Biblia neerlandica Printbibles Luiken J
70/2846 [Biblia neerlandica. Printbibles]. Luiken, J. Icones Biblicae Veteris et N.Testamenti. (...) Print-verbeeldingen der historien des Ouden en Nieuwen Testaments. Amst., P. Mortier, n.d. (1708), 1st ed., 62 double-p. engr. plates by J. LUIKEN, contemp. blindst. vellum, folio.

- Plates 59 and 60 bound in reverse order; final plate creased. Otherwise fine.

= Van Eeghen/ Van der Kellen 429. Impressive large bible-prints. First blank w. tipped-in engr. portrait of Jan Luiken.

€ (600-800) 600
70/2847 [Biblia neerlandica. Printbibles]. Royaumont, T. de (pseud. of N. Fontaine and I. le Maire). De Historien des Ouden en Nieuwen Testaments, met Stigtelyke Toepassingen, getrocken uyt de heilige Vaderen, om de Zeden in allerhande staeten van Menschen te reguleren. Antw., widow J.J. Schippers, 1683, (16),799,(5)p., engr. frontisp. and title-vignette, num. text ills. by P.H. SCHUT after M. MERIAN, contemp. vellum, sm. 8vo.

- Occas. frayed/ chipped (a few leaves w. loss of text in margin); a few quires sl. waterstained, mostly in blank margins; some pencil scribbling in margins; frontisp. and title-p. repaired in outer lower blank corner. Rebound with orig. binding, but too tight in binding now.

= Poortman II, p.90: "De tweede druk van de vertaling van Van Hoogstraten verscheen in 1683 (...) te Antwerpen voor de weduwe van J.J. Schippers te Amsterdam."

€ (80-100)
70 2848 Biblia neerlandica Printbibles  Schut P H 70 2848 Biblia neerlandica Printbibles Schut P H
70/2848 [Biblia neerlandica. Printbibles]. Schut, P.H. Toneel der voornaamste Historien des Ouden en Nieuwen Testaments (...). Rott., P. Losel, 1733, 2 parts in 1 vol., 2 letterpress title-p., 185 (of 192)/ 140 (of 144) engr. plates by P.H. SCHUT after i.a. M. MERIAN, later hcalf, obl. sm. 8vo.

- Lacks 11 plates; approx. 20 plates dam.; approx. 30 plates loose(ning); partly (finger)soiled/ stained; a few plates doubled/ strengthened in outer margin. Lacks paper over covers; corners worn.

= Poortman II, p.79; cf. Hollstein 46. Re-issue of the ed. Amst., N. Visscher, 1659 (with his address still visible on a few of the plates).

€ (80-100)
70 2849 Biblia neerlandica Printbibles  Vollenhove J 70 2849 Biblia neerlandica Printbibles Vollenhove J
70/2849 [Biblia neerlandica. Printbibles]. Vollenhove, J. Afbeeldingen van de heilige historien des Ouden en Nieuwen Testaments, met korte byschriften en gedigten verrykt. Rott., Ph. Losel, 1734, 2 parts in 1 vol., (4),192; 142p., engr. title-vignette by F. BLEISWYCK, 188 (of 192)/ 142 (of 144) ills. by N. VISSCHER and P.H. SCHUT after M. MERIAN, contemp. vellum.

- Lacks p.5-8 of part 1, p.143/144 of part 2, first and last free endpaper, possibly 2 frontispieces, the htitle to part 1 and possibly any htitle/ title/ prelim. pages to part 2; some small marginal defects and sl. soiling/ spotting; part 2 partly waterstained in blank margins. Vellum rubbed and trifle spotted.

= Fine impressions of the plates. Poortman II, 31.2e (ed. Amst., N. Visscher, n.d.).

€ (150-250)
70/2850 De Billyke, Geezelroei, voor den zoo genaemden Hollandschen Patriot, door S.V.L. N.pl., "Gedrukt voor den Auteur", n.d. (1735), (2),43p., without binding.

- Sl. frayed. = Knuttel 16982.

Nieuw-Jaars Wensch en Gift, uitgedeeld aan alle Roomsche Catholyke Vryers en Vrysters, Jongmans en Jonge Dochters, Van den Predikstoel voorgedraagen door ... R. Priester en Pastoor. Amst., T.J. Crajenschot, 1776, 53,(3)p., engr. title-vignette, contemp. wr. - AND 12 miscellaneous other (small) publications with stories/ poems/ songs, early 18th-early 20th cent.

€ (50-70) 120
70/2851 Bindings  17th cent gilt yellow vellum binding 70/2851 Bindings 17th cent gilt yellow vellum binding
70/2851 Bindings  17th cent gilt yellow vellum binding 70/2851 Bindings 17th cent gilt yellow vellum binding
70/2851 [Bindings]. 17th cent. gilt yellow vellum binding. Showing ON FRONTCOVER: in the center the coat of arms of Amsterdam positioned on a drum, held by two lions, surrounded by coats of arms of the Seven United Provinces, w. an inset view of the city "Amstelredam" below and the Hollandse Vrijheidsmaagd in the Garden "Pro Patriae" above, the whole surrounded by a border showing Schutters, the upper corners inhabited by angels (one accompagnied by the sun, the other by the moon) facing the Royal Palace of Amsterdam in the middle. ON BACKCOVER: in the center three Schutters w. 4-line verse, signed "I. Stichter", surrounded by the same border, sm. 4to w. yellow silk ties. - ON: a stripped copy of Comptoir Almanach Op 't Jaer ons Heeren Jesu Christi M. DC. LXXXI. Amst., Johannes Stichter, 1681, (10)p., title-p. printed in black and red w. woodcut title-vignette showing the Amsterdam Stock Market ("Bursa Amsterdamensis"), 3 woodcut ills. (i.a. "December"). - BOUND WITH: Reeckeninge Om te Waecken voor de Twintighste Nacht, 1681. Onder Heeren Colonellen Cornelis Backer, en Mr. Jan Corver. Ibid., idem, 1681, armorial title-vignette, (4)p.

- The almanac incomplete (lacking at least quires A-C). Vellum worn away along upper board-edges; the decoration w. black corrosion, w. sm. stain on frontcover and occas. sl. rubbbed, but on the whole in good condition.

= The verse on backcover reading: "Wij Tamboerijne slaet [?], wy wenschen allegaer/ aend' Amstels Boergers een saligh nuwe Jaer/ Gods segen over vloet, en een bestemde vreede/ tot onsen tijt en eeuw tot inde eeuwicheden." The almanac not known to Salman and not in NCC. Very attractive binding. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXIX.

€ (300-500) 400
70/2852 Bindings  18th cent gilt mottled calf binding 70/2852 Bindings 18th cent gilt mottled calf binding
70/2852 [Bindings]. 18th cent. gilt mottled calf binding, both covers w. central ornament within double gilttooled border, richly gilt spine w. raised bands and mor. letterpiece, gilt board edges, 4to. - ON: Poot, H.K. Vervolg der gedichten (...). Hier is by gevoegt het Leven des Dichters. Delft, R. Boitet, 1735, (12),61,(3),268p., engr. title-vignette and 1 other vignette by J.C. PHILIPS.

- Joints and spine-ends sl. rubbed. Otherwise fine.

€ (50-70) 50
70/2853 Bindings  18th cent leather briefcase 70/2853 Bindings 18th cent leather briefcase
70/2853 Bindings  18th cent leather briefcase 70/2853 Bindings 18th cent leather briefcase
70/2853 [Bindings]. 18th cent. leather briefcase, both covers richly dec. w. embroidered silver thread in a floral pattern (with on backcover central embroidered "C C"), brass lock and clasp, inside with 1 compartment, entirely embroidered lining w. gold and col. silk thread in vertical and horizontal orange and red stripes w. repeated floral pattern, folio.

- Hinges dried/ worn/ sl. dam.; spine-ends dam. Silver thread on covers dulled.

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXX.

€ (500-700) 500
70/2854 Bindings  18th cent blindst vellum binding 70/2854 Bindings 18th cent blindst vellum binding
70/2854 Bindings  18th cent blindst vellum binding 70/2854 Bindings 18th cent blindst vellum binding
70/2854 [Bindings]. 18th cent. blindst. vellum binding, w. central lozenge shaped ornament, within double fillet lines with 4 corner fleurons on both covers, monogrammed ''VDGR'' on frontcover, ''anno 1782'' on backcover, w. ties, 8vo. - ON: J.F. MARMONTEL, Zedelijke Vertellingen. Eerste deel (Amst., 1778, w. engr. plates. First part only).

- Sm. section cut from frontisp.; sl. foxed. Spine dam.; mor. letterpiece worn away; lacks two ties; sl. fingersoiled.

€ (30-50) 40
70/2855 Bindings  18th cent painted gilt vellum w two silver ed? clasps and catches 70/2855 Bindings 18th cent painted gilt vellum w two silver ed? clasps and catches
70/2855 [Bindings]. 18th cent. painted gilt vellum w. two silver(ed?) clasps and catches, clasps w. engr. floral decoration, a.e.g. and gauffered. - ON: a Hebrew prayer book (title unread), publ. Amst., 1791.

- Contents occas. sl. foxed; occas. sl. browned in lower outer corner; occas. restored in inner margin. Joints splitting.

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXIX.

€ (250-350) 800
70/2856 Bindings  Late 18th cent green morocco binding 70/2856 Bindings Late 18th cent green morocco binding
70/2856 [Bindings]. Late 18th cent. green morocco binding, gilt spine, both covers w. gilt decorative border, a.e.g. - ON: Voiture, V. Les Lettres. Nijm., A. Hogenhuyse, 1660, (20),652,(12)p., engr. title, portrait.

- Lacks title-p.; upper hinge sl. weak.

= With old annot. on verso first free endpaper: "(...) j'ai fait relier cet exemplaire en 1795 et il me coûte seulement quatre [?]. A v.d. B."

AND a 19th cent. gilt hmor. binding, t.e.g.

€ (70-90)
70/2857 Bindings  19th cent brown morocco wallet binding with chiselled gold clasp and catch 70/2857 Bindings 19th cent brown morocco wallet binding with chiselled gold clasp and catch
70/2857 Bindings  19th cent brown morocco wallet binding with chiselled gold clasp and catch 70/2857 Bindings 19th cent brown morocco wallet binding with chiselled gold clasp and catch
70/2857 [Bindings]. 19th cent. brown morocco wallet binding with chiselled gold clasp and catch, clasp and catch w. floral decoration, a.e.g., sm. 8vo. - ON: Het Nieuwe Testament (...). Amst./ Haarlem, J. Brandt en Zoon/ J. Enschedé en zonen, 1875.

= With unidentified hallmark "WP."(?).

AND 1 other similar binding w. gold clasp and catch (backcover loose).

€ (30-50) 30
70/2858 Bindings  19th cent mottled calf binding 70/2858 Bindings 19th cent mottled calf binding
70/2858 [Bindings]. 19th cent. mottled calf binding, both covers w. gilt floral ornament within double decorative border, a.e.g. - ON: Evangelische Gezangen (...). Amst. etc., P. den Hengst etc., 1819, (8),400p., scores.

- Joints rubbed; gilding partly sl. faded.

AND 4 others, incl. a similar 19th cent. gilt calf binding.

€ (50-70) 60
70/2859 Bindings  Late 19th cent brown morocco w golden catch and clasp 70/2859 Bindings Late 19th cent brown morocco w golden catch and clasp
70/2859 Bindings  Late 19th cent brown morocco w golden catch and clasp 70/2859 Bindings Late 19th cent brown morocco w golden catch and clasp
70/2859 [Bindings]. Late 19th cent. brown morocco w. golden catch and clasp, both finely chiselled, w. "750" carat stamp. - ON: J.M. HAUBER, Gebedenboek voor Roomsch-Katholijken (Venlo, n.d. (±1900), steelengr. plates after F. OVERBECK).
€ (70-90) 70
70/2860 Bindings  Lot of 4 19th cent leather bindings with silver 1x or gold 3x decorated clasps and catches 70/2860 Bindings Lot of 4 19th cent leather bindings with silver 1x or gold 3x decorated clasps and catches
70/2860 [Bindings]. Lot of 4 19th cent. leather bindings with silver (1x) or gold (3x) decorated clasps and catches, all a.e.g. and sm. 8vo.

- Bindings partly worn/ dam. but clasps and catches fine. = All Dutch 19th cent. bibles.

€ (100-150) 100
70 2861 Bindings  Pandelaert J  act 1520 1555 Louvain 70 2861 Bindings Pandelaert J act 1520 1555 Louvain
70/2861 [Bindings]. Pandelaert, J. (act. 1520-1555, Louvain). 'Spes' binding, full blindstamped calf w. identical blindstamped panel on recto and verso, showing Spes standing on a pedestal with "Fides" blindstamped on frontside, within border w. blindst. "Quoniam in me speravit liberabo eum, protegam eum quo &c. Psal. 90", panel w. triple fillet borders on all sides. - ON: Augustinus. Commentariorum ex omnibus Lucubrationibus collectorum tomus secundus, in novum Testamentum. Venice, Ex officina Erasmiana apud Vincentium Vaugris, 1543, 436 lvs., repeated woodcut printer's marks on title-p. and on verso of final blank.

- CONTENTS: partly fingersoiled and occas. stained in blank margin(s); owner's entry in pen and ink on title-p. "Sum Ludovicis Barckhoff" and w. num. annots. in pen and ink (by the same?) (Ludovicus Barckhoff was probably the 17th cent. pastor of Lohmar and Birck, in Nordrhein-Westfalen). BINDING: frontcover loose; lacks backstrip; spine broken; tear in both covers (affecting the blindst. panel on backcover); leather frayed along spine; blindstamping on frontcover partly sl. weak; both covers also worn/ rubbed along extremities.

= Rare binding by the Flemish binder Jacob Pandelaert (who is generally identified as being indicated by the initials "I.P"). Pandelaert was active as bookbinder and bookseller between 1520-1555 in Louvain. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXX.

€ (150-250) 300
70 2862 Bindings Van Damme Bindery  Ovidius Naso P 70 2862 Bindings Van Damme Bindery Ovidius Naso P
70 2862 Bindings Van Damme Bindery  Ovidius Naso P 70 2862 Bindings Van Damme Bindery Ovidius Naso P
70/2862 [Bindings. Van Damme Bindery]. Ovidius Naso, P. Les metamorphoses (...). En latin et en françois. French transl. l'Abbé Banier. Paris, Despilly (vol. 1-3)/ Guillyn (vol.4), 1767-1771, 4 vols., engr. title-p. (w. publ. Basan and Le Mire), 4 different title vignettes, 140 plates (incl. Fin des estampes engr. plate) after F. BOUCHER, CH. EISEN, H. GRAVELOT, C. MONNET, J.M. MOREAU a.o., vignettes by P.P. CHOFFARD, contemp. unif. red morocco with central gilt shield with stained black ground which shows a gilt vase (Storm van Leeuwen rubbing 141) standing on a ground of drawer handle tools, and with a semis of stars in top margin, surrounded by a border of drawer handle tools, a bird in foliage below (untraced) and a flower basket at the top (Storm van Leeuwen rubbing 27), richly gilt floral borders around sides, surrounded by a lacework border consisting of 2 intersecting lines (Storm van Leeuwen rubbing XVIII), gilt spine w. central floral stamp in each compartment (Storm van Leeuwen rubbing 62) and 2 black mor. letterpieces, a.e.g., large 4to.

- Nineteenth cent. bookplate (coat of arms of "SOMERSET") on upper pastedown of vol.I. Contents (incl. plates) partly yellowed/ foxed. Corners partly rubbed, otherwise bindings very fine.

= ON THE BINDING see Storm van Leeuwen vol. I, p.460ff, which lists and illustrates several similar presentaiton bindings: "The Van Damme Bindery was among the largest and most important Amsterdam workshops of the eighteenth century. (...) The importance of the Van Damme Bindery is not only evident in the number of preserved luxury bindings, but also and chiefly in the relatively high quality of its work (...)."

ON THE CONTENTS: first edition, first issue of one of the finest illustrated Ovidius editions. Cohen/ De Ricci, p.769-772: "Superbe ouvrage dû aux soins de l'éditeur Basan et du graveur Le Mire. C'est une des plus galament illustrés de tout le siècle". Sander 1472. Fürstenberg p.79: "Hauptwerk französischer Illustrationskunst". Levine, p.395: "One of the most elegantly illustrated books of last century". Ray, p.105-109 and passim: "This is the supreme anthology of French rococo book illustration. If it has not received the detailed consideration given the Decameron, or the Fermiers-Généraux La Fontaine, this is no doubt because the diversity of its artists and their subjects makes the book difficult either to generalize about or to place". SEE ILLUSTRATIONS PLATE CXXXI.

€ (3.000-5.000) 3000
70 2863 Bindings Fore edge paintings  Massinger Ph and Ford J 70 2863 Bindings Fore edge paintings Massinger Ph and Ford J
70 2863 Bindings Fore edge paintings  Massinger Ph and Ford J 70 2863 Bindings Fore edge paintings Massinger Ph and Ford J
70/2863 [Bindings. Fore-edge paintings]. Massinger, Ph. and Ford, J. The Dramatic Work. Introd. by H. Coleridge. London, Edw. Moxon, 1840, 2 parts in 1 vol., LXXI,(1),450; VIII [=VI],212p., steelengr. title-p. and portrait, bound (by ?) in contemp. richly gilt dark green morocco, richy gilt board-edges and turn-ins, a.e.g., w. fore-edge painting showing a view of Cleveland Row with St. James's Palace, London.

- With an armorial bookplate from one of the members of the Wishart family. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXI.

€ (400-500) 500
70/2864 Bindings  Schoolprize binding of Amsterdam 70/2864 Bindings Schoolprize binding of Amsterdam
70/2864 [Bindings]. Schoolprize binding of Amsterdam: full gilt vellum, w. the coat of arms of Amsterdam within floral border on both covers, spine gilt in compartments, 4to - ON: Nepos, C. Vitae Excellentium Imperatorum cum quorundam Iconibus. Amst., Ex sumptibus Societatis, 1704, (32),439,(4)p., engr. title-p., ills.

- Sl. yellowed. Ties lacking. Otherwise fine.

= With schoolprize to Nicolaas Doekscheer, dated "[manuscript:] Ipsis Nonis Octob. [letterpress:] MDCCXVIII". Spoelder 9.

€ (80-100) 100
70/2865 Bindings  Schoolprize binding of Amsterdam 70/2865 Bindings Schoolprize binding of Amsterdam
70/2865 [Bindings]. Schoolprize binding of Amsterdam: contemp. gilt vellum w. central coat of arms of Amsterdam, within two gilt floral borders w. 4 corner fleurons on both covers, and w. sm. gilt coat of arms in each compartment of spine. - ON: Euripides. Tragoedia Phoenissae. Ed. H. Grotius and L.C. Valckenaer. Leyden, S. and J. Luchtmans, 1802, 2 parts in 1 vol., (4),XXIII,(1),452; 196p., text in Greek and Latin, 4to.

- First few lvs. w. waterstain.; occas. soiled. Binding soiled; upper joint starting; lacks ties.

= On the binding: Spoelder 10.

€ (60-80) 90