1486 - 1758 FINE PRINTING AND ILLUSTRATED BOOKS
= Beautiful book production on the history of Barcelona. With an English translation of the text at the end of the vol. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XLI.
- Very fine. = Rietveldproject no. 60.
- Extremely fine copy.
= Logan Collection 155: "This book was characteristic of the casual and iconoclastic nature of the 1960s. 1 Cent Life was the amazing assemblage of sixty-two color lithographs by twenty-eight artists in a project initiated as the result of a casual conversation between the Chinese artist and poet Walasse Ting and the artist Sam Francis." Very fine copy of this seminal and colourful bookproduction, comprising 61 poems by Walasse Ting and col. lithographs by i.a. P. Alechinsky (5x), K. Appel (5x), S. Francis (6x), A. Jorn (2x), R. Lichtenstein (1x), C. Oldenburg (1x), R. Rauschenberg (1x), A. Saura (1x), W. Ting (6x), B. van Velde (1x), A. Warhol (1x) and T. Wesselman (2x). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XL.
= (1). CHR.J. VAN GEEL, (Gedicht) (printed in 50 numb. copies, orig. wr., sm. 8vo); (2). L. VROMAN, Twaalf Psalmen (printed in black and blue in 95 numb. copies (80), orig. boards, stiff paper slipcase, 4to); (3). W.J. OTTEN, Tijdens de zwaluwen (printed in in black and blue in 95 copies, orig. boards, 4to. With signed dedic. by the printer to Bram de Does); (4). J. KUIJPER, Albumbladen (printed in black and red in 85 numb. copies, orig. boards. With signed dedic. by the printer to Bram de Does); (5). T. LIESKE, Of er spitsvreugde is (printed in black and red in 85 copies, orig. wr., 4to. With signed dedic. by the printer to Bram de Does and loosely inserted letter by and to the same); (6). W. VAN TOORN, Les très riches heures (printed in black, red and blue in 85 numb. and signed copies, orig. boards, 4to. With loosely inserted letter by the printer to Bram de Does); (7). E. GERLACH, Fuut. Engl. transl. J. Irons (printed in black and red in 60 signed copies, 1 fold. leaf, loose in orig. wr.).
AND the first 6 vols. of the Tuinpersbladen, Terhorst, (Ser J.L. Prop), 2003-2007, each printed in 50 copies.
= (1). T. VAN DEEL, Grieks; (2). C.O. JELLEMA, "Beste Tom (...)"; (3). E. GERLACH, Dag (signed by the author); (4), R. ANKER, De thuiskomst van de jagers (signed by the author); (5), G. KROL, De heren; (6). H. MARTENS, Vakwerk.
ADDED: 2 (1 extensive) letters by the Ser Prop to Bram de Does and a photostat of an extensive (5 lvs.) letter by Bram de Does to Ser Prop.
- Date "1957" in pencil written in colophon. Covers waterstained in lower margin; sl. warped.
= The very rare first publication of the Tuinwijkpers; with calligraphed dedication by the printer on first free endpaper: "Aan Ir Mevrouw C.J. Asselbergs. S. Hartz". With loosely inserted ms. leaf w. notes by C.J. Asselbergs on how he traded the booklet: "(...) 2/10 '57 boekje ontvangen in ruil gezonden Map 5 Eenhoornhoutgr."
= One of 26 copies for collaborators marked w. a letter (this copy "f").
Looy, J. van. Een ontmoeting. Amst., J. Nijsen, 1981, 1st ed., (11)p., printed in 175 numb. copies (25), orig. wr.
= One of 25 h.c. copies marked w. a letter (this copy "W").
AND ±35 miscell. others, mainly published in a limited edition.
= One of 100 clothbound copies w. dustwr., signed by the author and the artist.
Tellegen, T. "___ of ik". N.pl. (Kessel-Lo), Literarte, 2000, 1st ed., without pagination, printed in 175 numb. and signed copies (45), orig. cl.
= One of 45 Roman numb. copies.
Vos, M. de. Uitzicht genoeg. Amst., Van Oorschot, 2013, 1st ed., 58,(1)p.
= One of 25 numb. and signed copies bound in full cloth w. dustwr. printed by the Kalamos Pers.
AND 24 others similar, i.a. by J.I. de Haan, G. Komrij, H. Peeters, H. Plomp, P. Snoek and L. Vancrevel, J. Vogelaar and M. Wigman.
= Comprises i.a. "verdrietmeter", "onschuldzeep", "brandzalf", "label", "hiernamaalskaart", "travelservice", "voucherboekje", "vervoerbewijs", "entreebiljet", "garderobebon", "creditcard", "ansichtkaarten & postzegels", "evaluatieformulier" and a compass. 16th supplement to the Postzegelbum by J. Veerkamp (Amst., T. Rap, 1988).
Develing, E. Project 3. Het Kantoor. Brussels/ The Hague, Manteau, 1973, title and 26 text lvs., 60 plates w. 240 photogr. ills. by H. ANDRIESSEN, R. BON, J. LANZA a.o., four 7" gramophone flexi records with sounds of an office, 33 1/3 r.p.m., together loose as issued in orig. (sl. dam./ soiled) board box, square 8vo. Abma, H. and Schippers, K. Beelden voor blinden en zienden. Kortenhoef, Oecumenische Streekgemeente, 1988, (2),77p., text in letterpress and braille, embossed transparent plates, orig. ringbinder, 4to. - AND 6 other miscell. vols.
= One of 20 numb. copies on Chine fort w. 2 extra suites of the etchings printed on Whatman and Japon impérial. Uncut large paper copy. Carteret IV, p.399; Monod 11222; Vicaire VII, p.1063.
= Bantammerreeks 1. With the orig. prospectus loosely inserted and w. a loosely inserted leaf w. detailed manuscript annotations by BRAM DE DOES concerning the typography of the book.
Orwell, G. Bookshop Memories. Foreword W.E. Butler. N.pl. (Baarn), Arethusa Pers, 1987, (15)p., full-p. woodengr. ill. by H. PAYNTER, printed in 150 numb. copies, orig. cl. w. mounted letterpiece on frontcover. Pavese, C. De zee. Dutch transl. A. Haakman. Amst., Aalders & Knuttel, 1986, 28,(2)p., printed in 200 numb. copies (25).
= One of 25 copies bound in marbled board w. mounted letterpress titlepiece.
AND 5 others in 6 vols., i.a. DELICIAE. Over de schrijfkunst van Jan van den Velde (Haarlem, Joh. Enschedé en Zonen/Het Hof van Johannes, 1984, 2 vols., textbook and chemise w. 12 copperengr. calligr. plates by G. NOORDZIJ, J.H. NIJHUIS and J. WINKEL, slipcase, obl. 8vo) and 2 publications by the Arethusa Pers.
= Dijl's Bibliofiele Bibliotheek, deel 2.
Idem. Een soort van ziel in negen delen. Landgraaf, Herik, 1990, (16)p., frontisp. ill. by the author, printed in 225 numb. and signed copies, orig. wr. Idem and Lauwereyns, J. Ik, systeem, de werkelijkheid. Ghent, Druksel, 2007, (21)p., tipped-in plate by J. LUCHTMANS, printed in 226 numb. copies (200), signed by both authors and the artist, orig. wr., square 8vo. - AND 6 others by the same and 1 by G. SANDERS, incl. 2 publ. by Herik.
- Slipcase trifle yellowed.
Idem. Geboorte van het platte kind. (Kessel-Lo), Literarte, 1996, 3 letterpress lvs. (introd., poem, colophon), leporello w. 15 facs. plates of ms. drafts of the poem, booklet w. 12 plates showing the genesis of a drawing by L. VROMAN, printed in 150 numb. copies (135), signed by the author and editor, together loose as issued in orig. handmade limp paper wr., 4to. - AND 3 other (small) publications by the same, i.a. Toen ik nog leefde (Amst., 1991, (facs.) ills., design by A. VAN DE VEN, orig. wr., 4to).
- First and last few leaves foxed. Covers sl. discoloured/ soiled; sl. wrinkled spot on frontcover. Otherwise a good copy.
Fischer, A. Lettres d'Amérique. Antw., Les Editions du Parc, 1935, 67,(2)p., 2 full-p. ills, num. woodcut vignettes and initials and orig. dec. wr. by N. DEGOUY and D. ACKET, printed in 282 numb. copies (250). - AND 4 others.
- Some sl. occas. foxing.
Goethe, J.W. Het dagboek (Das Tagebuch). Dutch transl. P. Verstegen. Ibid., idem, 1998, 59,(1)p., ills. by D. KLUT, printed in black, red and brownish grey in 175 numb. copies (this copy marked "h.c."), orig. gilt dec. cl.
= First application of the Rosebud type, designed by Peter Verheul, with a loosely inserted small typespecimen (1 fold. leaf) and a computerprinted signed letter by Verheul to Bram de Does.
AND 5 publications for the GEZELSCHAP NONPAREIL, all printed in a small number of copies.
= Published on occasion of the 20th anniversary of Boekbindatelier Wim Gremmen. The prints show 10 Medieval Groningen churches in remarkable perspective.