1028 - 1496 FINE PRINTING AND ILLUSTRATED BOOKS (including CARICATURE)
- Cloth and plate on front sl. worn. = Enlarged edition with coloured plates.
Perrault, C. De sprookjes van Charles Perrault. Zutphen, W.J. Thieme & Cie., n.d. (1923), XIV,(2),135,(1)p., 12 col. plates and num. (full-p.) ills. by H. CLARKE, orig. dec. cl., 4to.
- Foxed; sl. yellowed; errased owner's entry on first free endpaper.
= Cf. Houfe, p.251 (1st Engl. ed., 1922); Horne p.146: "His work was definitely in the Beardsley tradition (...) exhibited a similar fascination with a decadent sexuality and tales of horror, producing highly decorated and textured work".
- Slipcase defective.
= Centenary edition. Van Dijk 1010.
= Very fine copy printed on name of R.W. Haentjes Dekker, with his engr. bookplate on prel. blank.
- Occas. usual sl. offsetting from the woodcuts to opposite pages; sm. monogram "HV" in pen and ink on colophon. Backstrip sl. dam. and strengthened w. tape on the inside;
= SIGNED by Constant on the colophon. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XXV.
- One print w. a small dam. spot probably due to the printing process. Covers trifle rubbed. Slipcase sl. worn along extremities.
= The English edition. Simultaneously published in an English and a German edition of each 60 numb. and signed copies. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XXVI.
= Published on occasion of the 65th birthday of Constant.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XXVI.
- Trifle soiled. Covers sl. soiled; corners sl. worn. = Album Lefévre-Utile. Première Série.
- Fine copy. = Donkersloot-Van den Berghe 16-18; Slagter 21; Wildemeersch 9.
Idem. Paal en perk. The Hague/ Antw., Daamen N.V./ De Sikkel, 1955, 1st ed., (28)p., 11 ills. by CORNEILLE, typography by J. SCHROFER, orig. wr.
- Fine copy. = Slagter 45; Wildemeersch 18.
- Mint. = Facsimile reprint of the original editions (printed in 12 copies each). Slagter 3a and 3b.
= One of 10 Roman numb. H.C. copies. Donkersloot-Van den Berghe 129-136 and p.128f. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XXVII.
- Wrappers trifle discol. along spine and margins as usual.
= Slagter 41. The poem by Simon Vinkenoog signed by the author in ballpoint.
- Cloth box sl. dam. Contents fine.
= Signed in the colophon by W. Crane and D.C. Dallas (printer and engraver). Massé p.44/45.
- Contemp. owner's entry on title-p.; final (advert.) lvs. trifle foxed. Trifle darkened; trifle worn along extremities. Good copy.
= Ray 247; Houfe p.271; Spencer, Walter Crane p.106: "(...) [his] first and finest flower book (...)".
Idem. Flowers from Shakespeare's garden. Ibid., idem, 1906, 1st ed., (1),40p., 41 (full-p.) col. lithogr. plates, endpapers and orig. clothbacked dec. boards by W. CRANE, bound as a blockbook, 4to.
- Contemp. dedication dated 1911 on title-p. Trifle worn along extremities. A fine copy.
= Massé p.58; Spencer p.138; Houfe p.271.
Idem. A masque of days, from the last essays of Elia. Ibid., idem, 1901, 1st ed., 44 col. lithogr. plates w. lithogr. text, endpapers and orig. clothbacked col. lithogr. boards by W. CRANE, bound as a blockbook, 4to.
- Htitle sl. browned and w. sm. tear in lower blank margin. Binding trifle worn along extremities; corners bumped and showing.
= Massé, p.54; Spencer p.138.
= Collection of verse and prose texts about women whose names begin with each letter of the alphabet, with an illustration for each. The authors include Colette, Giraudoux, Maurois and Valéry.
- Contents fine. Wr. sl. browned. Slipcases worn along extremities and partly browned; occas. joints sl. splitting.
= Exceptional publication, with no less than 3500 woodblocks necessary for the reproduction of Dalí's illustrations. Cf. V. Maur 241. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XXVII.
- Binding faded (probably from green into brown); lower joint split (but holding on leather hinge).
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XXVII.
- Trifle yellowed. Binding sl. foxed.
= One of 250 numb. copies on handmade paper, bound in full decorated vellum, t.e.g.
= Contributions by i.a. Bert Schierbeek/ Jef Diederen; Steef Davidson/ Thomas Koolhaas; Simon Vinkenoog/ Leo Musch; Johnny van Doorn/ Aat Veldhoen.