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1028 - 1496     FINE PRINTING AND ILLUSTRATED BOOKS (including CARICATURE)

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73 1188 Grabhorn Press  Souvenir Edwin and Robert Grabhorn to Anne Cobden Sanderson 73 1188 Grabhorn Press Souvenir Edwin and Robert Grabhorn to Anne Cobden Sanderson
73/1188 [Grabhorn Press]. Souvenir: Edwin and Robert Grabhorn to Anne Cobden-Sanderson. N.pl., (San Francisco), The Grabhorn Press, 1926, (6)p., printed in 40 copies, orig. clothbacked boards.
€ (70-90) 90
73 1189 Gramatté G  Gogol N 73 1189 Gramatté G Gogol N
73/1189 [Gramatté, G.]. Gogol, N. Der Mantel. German transl. F. Gaber. Berlin, G. Kiepenheuer, n.d. (1919), (4),39,(1)p., 12 lithogr. plates and orig. clothbacked pict. boards by WALTER GRAMATTÉ, printed in 1100 copies, 4to.

- Hinges broken; all lithogr. plates loose; occas. trifle/ sl. foxed. Covers foxed and w. a few rubbed spots.

= All twelve lithogr. plates SIGNED (1x) or MONOGRAMMED (11x) in pencil by WALTER GRAMATTÉ. Also with AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION in pencil by the artist on verso htitle. Die graphischer Bücher, Bd. 3. Jentsch 90.

€ (250-350) 250
73 1190 Grandville J J 73 1190 Grandville J J
73 1190 Grandville J J 73 1190 Grandville J J
73/1190 Grandville, J.J. Cent proverbes. Paris, H. Fournier, 1845, 1st ed., (4),400p., woodengr. frontisp., 50 woodengr. plates, num. ills. and vignettes by J.J. GRANDVILLE, contemp. giltlettered hmor. (orig. woodengr. wr. pres.), large 8vo.

- Sl. foxed, mostly on textpages; partly waterstained in lower blank margin, not reaching text or image.

= Vicaire III, p.1123; Carteret III, p.282: "Livre estimé, un des meilleurs de Grandville"; Sander 145.

Florian, J.P.C. de. Fables. Suivies de Tobie et de Ruth. Introd. P.J. Stahl. Paris, Garnier Frères, n.d. (±1860), new ed., (4),308p., woodengr. frontisp., 85 plates and vignettes by J.J. GRANDVILLE, contemp. gilt and blindst. mor., a.e.g.

- Introd. sl. waterstained in margins; sl. foxed throughout.

= Vicaire III, p.745; Sander 268; Bodemann II, 301.1.

€ (40-60)
73 1191 Grandville J J  La Fontaine J de 73 1191 Grandville J J La Fontaine J de
73/1191 [Grandville, J.J.]. La Fontaine, J. de. Fables. Paris, Garnier frères, n.d. (1860), (4),XXXII,667,(1)p., woodengr. frontisp., title-vign., ills. and vignettes after J.J. GRANDVILLE, orig. gilt and blindst. hmor., a.e.g., 4to.

- Occas sl./ trifle foxed. Spine-ends trifle rubbed.

= This edition not in Vicaire, Carteret, Bassy; cf. Ray no.191 (other ed.).

€ (50-70)
73 1192 Gray T 73 1192 Gray T
73/1192 Gray, T. An elegy wrote in a Country Church yard. Amst., A.A. Balkema, 1944, 12p., orig. wr. (fine). Idem. Elegy written in a Country Churchyard. Birmingham, College of Art and Craft, 1949, 13,(1)p., 4 ills. (1x full-p.) by P.D. SHEPHERD, orig wr., large 8vo. Idem. An ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1924, 8p., printed in 550 copies (500), orig. wr., 4to.

- Sl. foxed. Backstrip sl. dam. = Facs. reprint of the ed. of 1747 published in London.

Idem. Poems. London, Riccardi Press, 1920, VIII,(2),87,(2)p., orig. vellum w. gilt coat of arms of Eton on frontcover, sm. 4to.

- Trifle foxed (incl. vellum).

AND 7 others, all on/ by Thomas Grey, i.a. F. MCDERMOTT, William Penn, Thomas Gray and an account of the historical associations of Stoke Poges (London, n.d. (1930), 27 (full-p.) ills., orig. hcl., 4to).

€ (50-70)
73 1193 Gregynog Press  Butler S 73 1193 Gregynog Press Butler S
73 1193 Gregynog Press  Butler S 73 1193 Gregynog Press Butler S
73/1193 [Gregynog Press]. Butler, S. Erewhon. Newton, The Gregynog Press, 1932, 266,(2)p., woodengr. ills. by BLAIR HUGHES-STANTON, printed in 300 numb. copies, full brown sheep by the GREGYNOG PRESS BINDERY.

- Outer corners showing; rubbed/ worn spots along extremities.

€ (100-150) 100
73 1194 Grieshaber HAP 73 1194 Grieshaber HAP
73 1194 Grieshaber HAP 73 1194 Grieshaber HAP
73/1194 Grieshaber, HAP. Osterritt. Cologne, Galerie Der Spiegel, 1964, 37 mostly col. (double-p.) woodcuts by HAP Grieshaber, printed in 500 numb. and signed copies (150), loose as issued in orig. col. woodcut wr., folio.

- Despite being one of the first 150 numb. copies, this copies lacks the extra 5 woodcuts that the colophon calls for. Otherwise a fine copy.

= With loosely inserted woodcut invitation for the unveiling of the mural that Grieshaber had made in the Foyer of the "Städtischen Bühnen Bonn" on 5 May 1965. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XXVIII.

€ (500-700)
73 1195 Gulik R H van 73 1195 Gulik R H van
73/1195 Gulik, R.H. van. De boek illustratie in het Ming tijdperk. The Hague, Nederlandse Vereeniging voor Druk- en Boekkunst, 1955, 10 textp., 11 (col.) plates, 500 numb. copies, bound as a blockbook, orig. cordbound wr. (fine).
€ (50-70) 60
73 1196 Halcyon Press  Blake W 73 1196 Halcyon Press Blake W
73/1196 [Halcyon Press]. Blake, W. The Marriage of Heaven and Hell. Maastr., A.A.M. Stols, 1928, 33,(3)p., printed in black and red by J. ENSCHEDÉ EN ZONEN in 325 copies on Pannekoek.

- Bookplate (H. Boekenoogen) on verso frontcover. Binding sl. (dust)soiled/ foxed.

= The Halcyon Press 2. Copy bound in limp vellum with gilt vignette of the Halcyon Press on frontcover. Van Dijk 128; The Ideal Book p.110 and ill. 99.

€ (100-150) 120
73 1197 Halcyon Press  Goethe J W von 73 1197 Halcyon Press Goethe J W von
73/1197 [Halcyon Press]. Goethe, J.W. von. West-östlicher Divan. Maastr., A.A.M. Stols, 1929, 227,(2)p., copperengr. frontisp. portrait by TH. LEVIGNE, printed in black, red and blue in 125 numb. copies on Pannekoek.

- Binding some sl. vague foxing. A fine copy.

= Halcyon Presse 1. One of an unspecified small number of copies bound by L. MALCORPS in limp overlapping vellum w. gilt vignette by J. BUCKLAND WRIGHT on frontcover, giltlettered spine, in orig. slipcase. This copy from the library of J. BUCKLAND WRIGHT, sold in our rooms in 1996. Van Dijk 178.

€ (400-600) 850
73 1198 Henneman J and Mulisch H 73 1198 Henneman J and Mulisch H
73 1198 Henneman J and Mulisch H 73 1198 Henneman J and Mulisch H
73/1198 Henneman, J. and Mulisch, H. Opus Gran. N.pl., De Harmonie, 1982, 1st ed., 56,(3)p., full-p. ills. by J. HENNEMAN, orig. wr., 4to.

= With the ORIGINAL DRAWING OF THE ILLUSTRATION ON THE FRONTCOVER by J. HENNEMAN.

Brouwers, J. Es ergo sum. Zutphen, Ad ten Bosch, 1982, 1st ed., (8)p., printed in 110 numb. and signed copies, w. inserted facsimile of the manuscript, loose in wrappers as issued, 4to, kept together with the preceding items in custom giltlettered cl. box.

= Printed on the occasion of Harry Mulisch' publication Opus Gran (illustrated by J. Henneman). Also SIGNED by Harry Mulisch.

Henneman, J. Schetsen en tekeningen. Voorstudies voor Opus Gran. Amst., De Beuk, 1990, (14) textp., num. plates after by J. HENNEMAN, printed in 560 copies (95).

= One of 95 Arabic numb. copies, bound in full cl., with a separate vol. w. the definitive ills. by HENNEMAN and the text by HARRY MULISCH, (31)p., orig. plain wr., together in orig. cl. slipcase. Without the silkscreen.

€ (250-350) 1100
73 1199 Henricus = H Jansen 73 1199 Henricus = H Jansen
73 1199 Henricus = H Jansen 73 1199 Henricus = H Jansen
73 1199 Henricus = H Jansen 73 1199 Henricus = H Jansen
73 1199 Henricus = H Jansen 73 1199 Henricus = H Jansen
73 1199 Henricus = H Jansen 73 1199 Henricus = H Jansen
73/1199 Henricus (= H. Jansen). Dat Liedekin van Here Halewine. Haarlem, Erven F. Bohn, 1904, illuminated/ decorated frontisp., title, 14 text leaves and 2 colophon leaves, 9 full-page plates, together 27 leaves by HENRICUS, lithographed in various delicate colours by S. LANKHOUT, printed in 280 numb. copies (30?), loose as issued, orig. gilt vellum portfolio with silk fold. flaps and ties, large folio.

- Lower silk flap partly waterstained. Otherwise fine.

= DELUXE COPY: unnumb. copy on Japanese. Relatively unknown example of Dutch art-nouveau book-illustration by Hendricus Jansen (1867-1921). Braches p.1311 and 2429 (not mentioning a deluxe copy in a vellum portfolio); Cat. Het Ned. Boek 1892-1906, no. 207; cat. Kunstenaren der idee, no. 68 and 111 and p. 182 ("het koningskind (wordt) op zeer dubbelzinnige wijze weergegeven, enerzijds als fatale vrouw, anderzijds als de wrekende gerechtigheid, die een eind maakt aan de gruwelpraktijken van Halewijn"). G.H. Pannekoek, De verluchting van het boek, p.36/41: "Henricus had vroeger reeds voor de na-dichtingen van Pol de Mont - te vinden in zijn Iris - op het Halewine-motief twee potloodteekeningen gemaakt. Deze Halewine-historie heeft hem blijkbaar niet meer losgelaten en twee volle jaren heeft hij aan dit kolossale boek gewerkt, dat uit 25 groote bladen bestaat. Nog herinner ik mij den indruk, die de prenten allerwege hebben gemaakt, toen ze in den Haagschen Kunstkring geëxposeerd waren (...). Ze hebben dezelfde qualiteiten, die zijn andere illustraties hebben. Henricus teekende makkelijk, wat hem soms parten heeft gespeeld, maar aan dit werk heeft hij met veel liefde gearbeid en elk detail verzorgd. Het is, evenals Derkinderens Gijsbreght, een boek, dat niet vergeten worden zal". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XXVIII.

€ (700-900) 750
73 1200 Henricus = H Jansen 73 1200 Henricus = H Jansen
73 1200 Henricus = H Jansen 73 1200 Henricus = H Jansen
73 1200 Henricus = H Jansen 73 1200 Henricus = H Jansen
73/1200 Henricus (= H. Jansen). Dat Liedekin van Here Halewine. Haarlem, Erven F. Bohn, 1904, illuminated/ decorated frontisp., title, 14 text leaves and 2 colophon leaves, 9 full-page plates, together 27 leaves by HENRICUS, lithographed in various delicate colours by S. LANKHOUT, printed in 280 numb. copies (250), loose as issued, orig. dec. cl. portfolio with silk fold. flaps and ties, large folio.

- One plate/ leaf w. 2 tears in left blank margin; plates sl. yellowed and occas. sl. foxed. Portfolio soiled and worn.

= A relatively unknown but stunning Dutch art nouveau publication by the Dutch artist Hendricus Jansen (1867-1921). Braches p.1311 and 2429; Cat. Het Ned. Boek 1892-1906, no. 207; cat. Kunstenaren der idee, no. 68 and 111 and p. 182 ("het koningskind (wordt) op zeer dubbelzinnige wijze weergegeven, enerzijds als fatale vrouw, anderzijds als de wrekende gerechtigheid, die een eind maakt aan de gruwelpraktijken van Halewijn"). G.H. Pannekoek, De verluchting van het boek, p.36/41: "Henricus had vroeger reeds voor de na-dichtingen van Pol de Mont - te vinden in zijn Iris - op het Halewine-motief twee potloodteekeningen gemaakt. Deze Halewine-historie heeft hem blijkbaar niet meer losgelaten en twee volle jaren heeft hij aan dit kolossale boek gewerkt, dat uit 25 groote bladen bestaat. Nog herinner ik mij den indruk, die de prenten allerwege hebben gemaakt, toen ze in den Haagschen Kunstkring geëxposeerd waren (...). Ze hebben dezelfde qualiteiten, die zijn andere illustraties hebben. Henricus teekende makkelijk, wat hem soms parten heeft gespeeld, maar aan dit werk heeft hij met veel liefde gearbeid en elk detail verzorgd. Het is, evenals Derkinderens Gijsbreght, een boek, dat niet vergeten worden zal".

€ (300-500) 300
73 1201 Hermans W F 73 1201 Hermans W F
73/1201 Hermans, W.F. Bijzondere tekens. Antw., Ziggurat, 1977, 1st ed., (19)p., 11 plates, printed in 110 numb. and SIGNED copies on Hollands Koperdruk (100), loose as issued in orig. hcl. portfolio w. ties, folio.

- All lvs. sl. yellowed at lower edge. = Janssen/ Van Stek 349.

Roland Holst, A. Onderhuids. The Hague, Bert Bakker/ Daamen, 1963, 1st ed., (24)p., printed in 450 numb. and signed copies, orig. cl. w. (sl. frayed/ soiled) dustwr., sq. 4to. Harry van Kruiningen. Twee en twintig etsen bij minnebrieven van een Franc-tireur. Nieuwkoop, Heuff, 1973, no pagination, printed in 1000 numb. and signed copies, orig. giltlettered cl. w. (sl. discol.) dustwr., 4to. - ADDED: and Utopia no.8 (Schrijfmachinenummer), which contains i.a. the first publication of "Schrijfmachines - Capita Selecta" by W.F. Hermans.

€ (200-300)
73 1202 Hermans W F  under pseud Sita van de Wissel 73 1202 Hermans W F under pseud Sita van de Wissel
73 1202 Hermans W F  under pseud Sita van de Wissel 73 1202 Hermans W F under pseud Sita van de Wissel
73/1202 Hermans, W.F., under pseud. Sita van de Wissel. Beertje Bombazijn. Amst., Literaire Loodgieters, 1981, (12)p., col. ills. by L. PRENT (= E. Spieker), typography by P. ROTH, printed in 50 [= 43 or 47] copies, leporello, orig. pict. boards, bound and printed by E. SPIEKER, sq. 8vo.

- Bookblock sl. bent. Covers trifle dustsoiled; top of spine a few tiny specks.

= With AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION on frontcover: "Voor Huug Kaleis, W.F. Hermans. Parijs, 24 jan. 1982". Backcover w. a satirical foreword by publisher Dick Hosselaar (= W.F. Hermans). Jansen/ Van der Stek 367. According to Jansen/ Van der Stek, the total amount of printed copies is either 43 or 47. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XXIX.

€ (1.500-2.500) 1500
73/1203 Heukelom J B  Gulden boek voor de tuberculeuse kinderen 73/1203 Heukelom J B Gulden boek voor de tuberculeuse kinderen
73/1203 [Heukelom, J.B.]. Gulden boek voor de tuberculeuse kinderen. Rott., W.L. & J. Brusse for De Vereeniging tot Bestrijding der Tuberculose, 1908, 192p., (facs.) ills., typogr. and bookdec. by J.G. VELDHEER, endpapers and bindingdes. by J.B. HEUKELOM, 4to.

= Copy of the DELUXE edition, bound in gilt full vellum, a.e.g. (sm. stain at top of spine). Braches 497 and 2241; W.L. & J. Brusse 115.

€ (50-70) 80
73 1204 Heuvelpers  Spinoza B de 73 1204 Heuvelpers Spinoza B de
73/1204 [Heuvelpers]. Spinoza, B. de. Tractatus politicus. Hilversum, De Heuvelpers, 1928, (4),111,(2)p., printed in red and black in 125 numb. copies (this copy "CXXIII"), large 8vo. Heine, H. Die Nordsee. Ibid., idem, 1928, 68,(2)p., printed in black and sea-blue in 125 numb. copies (this copy "72"), large 8vo. Rossetti, D.G. Hand and Soul. Ibid., idem, 1929, 28,(2)p. (and with an extra leaf (p.17/18 and 23/24) bound in at the end), printed in black and red in 125 numb. copies (this copy "118"), first (red) initial coloured by hand in blue. Fromentin, E. Les maîtres d'autrefois. Hollande. Ibid., idem, 1931, VII,(1),147,(4)p., printed in 125 numb. copies (this copy "3"), 4to.

- A few very vague and sm. occas. foxed spots. Otherwise all mint copies.

= Heuvelpers no.1-4. A (very) fine, complete set of all major publications by de Heuvelpers, all printed by S.H. DE ROOS in his specially designed "Meidoorn" type, all unif. bound in modern full limp overlapping vellum by Hans van der Horst (Eenhoon bindery) w. the orig. gilt Heuvelpers vignette on each frontcover, giltlettered backstrips, t.e.g. The Ideal Book, p.73-78. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XXIX.

€ (400-600) 1600
73/1205 De Heylighe Euangelia na de beschrijvingen Matthei Marci Lucae ende Joannis 73/1205 De Heylighe Euangelia na de beschrijvingen Matthei Marci Lucae ende Joannis
73/1205 De Heylighe Euangelia na de beschrijvingen Matthei Marci Lucae ende Joannis 73/1205 De Heylighe Euangelia na de beschrijvingen Matthei Marci Lucae ende Joannis
73/1205 De Heylighe Euangelia, na de beschrijvingen Matthei, Marci, Lucae ende Joannis. The Hague, G. Naeff and Drukkerij Trio, 1939, 200,(3)p., 27 full-p. woodengr. ills. and num. vignettes and initials J.T. GIESEN, printed in bronze, red and black in 155 numb. copies (150), signed by the illustrator, later giltlettered hleather, folio (fine).
€ (50-70) 50
73/1206 Het Hooglied van Salomo 73/1206 Het Hooglied van Salomo
73/1206 Het Hooglied van Salomo 73/1206 Het Hooglied van Salomo
73/1206 Het Hooglied van Salomo 73/1206 Het Hooglied van Salomo
73/1206 Het Hooglied van Salomo. Amst., W. Versluys, 1905, 35p., tinted lithogr. ills. and decorations and orig. clothbacked dec. boards by B.A. VAN DER LECK and P.J.C. KLAARHAMER, printed in approx. 250 numb. copies, folio.

- Endpapers partly sl. browned; binding foxed/ sl. stained.

= Beautiful bookproduction, entirely lithographed in ochre (decoration) and olive-green (text). Cat. Ned. Boek 242.

Het Hooglied van Sálomo. Haarlem, Joh. Enschedé en Zonen, 1927, 12,(2)p., typography by J. VAN KRIMPEN, printed in black and red in 150 copies, later giltlettered hmor., folio.

€ (100-150) 210
73 1207 Hoytema Th van 73 1207 Hoytema Th van
73 1207 Hoytema Th van 73 1207 Hoytema Th van
73/1207 Hoytema, Th. van. The Happy Owls. London, H. Henry & Co. Ltd., 1896, 20 col. lithogr. lvs. (incl. title-p.) and orig. clothbacked lithogr. boards by TH. VAN HOYTEMA, bound as a blockbook, 4to.

- Pastedowns and endpapers sl. browned/ foxed; trifle (finger)soiled. Frontcover loose; lacks backstrip; a few rubbed spots along boardedges.

= The rare English edition of "Uilen-geluk". De Groot 138; Braches 541; Cat. Ned. Boek 29 (Dutch ed.).

€ (80-100) 100