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66 639 Huszár V 66 639 Huszár V
66/ 639 Huszár, V. (Abstract composition). Etching, 24,5x11,5 cm.

- Sl. yellowed/ foxed.

€ (100-150) 1200
66 640 Huszár V 66 640 Huszár V
66/ 640 Huszár, V. Danspaar. Photolithograph, 1918, 41x27,3 cm.

- Trifle yellowed; with "V. Huszar" in pencil.

= Ex/ Hoek p.121: "Tevens afgebeeld in VANK-jaarboek Ruimte, Rotterdam 1929, p.110."

€ (100-150) 850
66 641 Huszár V 66 641 Huszár V
66/ 641 Huszár, V. (Geometrical composition). Woodcut, 10,5x14,3 cm., with stamp "Huszar".

- Ample margins; foxed; pinholes in corners. AND an offset print of "Hamer en zaag" by the same, from De Stijl ('bijlage VII', year 3, no.1).

€ (300-500) 4000
66 642 Huszár V  Gouwe W F 66 642 Huszár V Gouwe W F
66/ 642 [Huszár, V.]. Gouwe, W.F. Ruimte. Jaarboek van Nederlandsche ambachts- & nijverheidskunst 1929. Rott., W.L. & J. Brusse's Uitgeversmaatschappij, 1929, 1st ed., 193p., num. (col.) plates, orig. wr. by VILMOS HUSZÁR, 4to.

- Wr. trifle (dust)soiled and some usual tiny marginal tears; backstrip sl. faded and worn.

= Ex/ Hoek p.126 and ill. 204; Brusse 652; Purvis, col. ill. between p.122/ 123; Purvis/ De Jong p.95; Broos/ Hefting p.63. With illustrations after i.a. P. Bromberg, A. Kurvers, P. Zwart, E. Wichmann, J.F. van Royen, F. Cohen, A.D. Copier, W.H. Gispen, P. Schuitema, V. Huszár, T. van Doesburg and G. Rietveld.

€ (60-80) 80
66 660 P T T  Collection of over 90 flyers brochures occasional publications etc 66 660 P T T Collection of over 90 flyers brochures occasional publications etc
66 660 P T T  Collection of over 90 flyers brochures occasional publications etc 66 660 P T T Collection of over 90 flyers brochures occasional publications etc
66 660 P T T  Collection of over 90 flyers brochures occasional publications etc 66 660 P T T Collection of over 90 flyers brochures occasional publications etc
66 660 P T T  Collection of over 90 flyers brochures occasional publications etc 66 660 P T T Collection of over 90 flyers brochures occasional publications etc
66 660 P T T  Collection of over 90 flyers brochures occasional publications etc 66 660 P T T Collection of over 90 flyers brochures occasional publications etc
66 660 P T T  Collection of over 90 flyers brochures occasional publications etc 66 660 P T T Collection of over 90 flyers brochures occasional publications etc
66 660 P T T  Collection of over 90 flyers brochures occasional publications etc 66 660 P T T Collection of over 90 flyers brochures occasional publications etc
66 660 P T T  Collection of over 90 flyers brochures occasional publications etc 66 660 P T T Collection of over 90 flyers brochures occasional publications etc
66 660 P T T  Collection of over 90 flyers brochures occasional publications etc 66 660 P T T Collection of over 90 flyers brochures occasional publications etc
66 660 P T T  Collection of over 90 flyers brochures occasional publications etc 66 660 P T T Collection of over 90 flyers brochures occasional publications etc
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[P.T.T.]. Collection of over 90 flyers, brochures, occasional publications etc., all published by the P.T.T., 1920s to 1960s, covering a wide variety of material in various (modernist) styles, offering a fascinating overview of the often remarkable typographic products by some of the main Dutch graphic designers. Including works by:

Willem Arondeus (1894-1943)

Henny Cahn (1908-1999)

Vilmos Huszár (1884-1960)

Gerard Kiljan (1891-1968)

Nico de Koo (1881-1960)

Willem Sandberg (1897-1984)

Piet Zwart (1885-1977)

■ AND designs by i.a. B.J. VAN DEN DOOL, FRÉ COHEN, KEES KUILEN, ALFRED MAZURE, JAN ROËDE, HAN DE RUYTER, JO SPIER, TON VAN TAST,  RUSCHA WIJDEVELD, ALICE (HORODISCH-) GARMAN and JAN SLUYTERS.

 

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€ (10.000-15.000) 10000
66 770 Zwart P  Wils J 66 770 Zwart P Wils J
66/ 770 [Zwart, P.]. Wils, J. "Jan Wils : Architect : Voorburg Z.H. (...)". Sheet of stationery, 1919, 21,7x13,9 cm., letterpress letterhead in black, verso blank.

- Horizontal middle fold; some vague handling creases.

= The letterhead, designed by Jan Wils, includes the typographic logo that Piet Zwart later used in his 1921 letterhead designs for Jan Wils, Zwart's first typographic compositions. Broos/ Hefting p.66; Müller p.15 (attrib. the logo to Zwart); cf. Brentjens p.102; cf. Broos '94, p.13; cf. Spencer '69, p.108; cf. Spencer '83, p.118.

The leaf has a typescript letter SIGNED (in pen and ink) by Jan Wils to "Mej. Ro van Oven": "(...) Met veel belangstelling zie ik Uw artikel over het glas in lood werk van den heer Huszar tegemoet (...)".

€ (100-150) 950
67/350 i10 Ed A Müller Lehning Year I no 1 12 67/350 i10 Ed A Müller Lehning Year I no 1 12
67/ 350 i10. Ed. A. Müller Lehning. Year I, no. 1-12. Amst., De Tijdstroom, 1927, 12 parts in 11 vols. as issued, plates/ ills. i.a. by L. VON EBNETH, N. GABO, V. HUSZAR, L. MOHOLY-NAGY, P. MONDRIAAN, J.J.P. OUD, K. SCHWITTERS and M. STAM, orig. unif. wr., 4to.

- Very fine set, with the following unobtrusive defects: one leaf (p.357/ 358) w. sm. tear in blank margin; all vols. w. owner's stamp on verso frontwr. and and all but one vol. owner's entry in pen and ink of the same on first page (both of G.C. Tops, not traced). Backwr. of issue 12 trifle frayed; spine of issue 3 faded.

= Rare complete first year. Bolliger IV, 362. i10, the renowned Dutch avantgarde magazine, was published between 1927 and 1929 in 22 issues. Issue no. 11 contains i.a. an early, almost complete version of the first part of Kurt Schwitters' Sonate in Urlauten. Its editorial board consisted of A. Müller Lehning, J.J.P. Oud, W. Pijper and L. Moholy-Nagy. Contributors included H. Arp, M. ter Braak, C. van Eesteren, W. Kandinsky, P. Mondriaan, G. Rietveld and P. Schuitema. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE VIII.

€ (6.500-7.500)
67 3850 Huszár V  1884 1960 67 3850 Huszár V 1884 1960
67/3850 Huszár, V. (1884-1960). (Church-tower). Etching, 13,9x4,8 cm., vaguely signed [erased?] "Huszár" in pencil, under passepartout.

- "Huszar" in pen and ink in a different hand in lower blank margin.

= Ex/ Hoek ill.38 (this etching on vellum used as frontcover of a book). From the collection of Philip J., w. his collector's stamp on verso.

€ (80-100) 90
68 673 Commercial art  Huszár V 68 673 Commercial art Huszár V
68/ 673 [Commercial art]. Huszár, V. Rijks-huistelefonen met lijnkiezertoestellen. N.pl., P.T.T., 1934, 4 lvs., typography, ills. and orig. wr. by V. HUSZÁR, obl. 8vo.

- Lvs. sl. soiled; first leaf w. tear in outer margin. Wr. soiled.

€ (50-70) 140
68/759 i10 Ed A Müller Lehning Year I no 1 12 68/759 i10 Ed A Müller Lehning Year I no 1 12
68/ 759 i10. Ed. A. Müller Lehning. Year I, no. 1-12. Amst., De Tijdstroom, 1927, 12 parts in 11 vols. as issued, plates/ ills. i.a. by L. VON EBNETH, N. GABO, V. HUSZAR, L. MOHOLY-NAGY, P. MONDRIAAN, J.J.P. OUD, K. SCHWITTERS and M. STAM, orig. unif. wr., 4to.

- Very fine set, with the following unobtrusive defects: one leaf (p.357/ 358) w. sm. tear in blank margin; all vols. w. owner's stamp on verso frontwr. and all but one vol. owner's entry in pen and ink of the same on first page (both of G.C. Tops, not traced). Backwr. of issue 12 trifle frayed; spine of issue 3 faded.

= Rare complete first year. Bolliger IV, 362. i10, the renowned Dutch avantgarde magazine, was published between 1927 and 1929 in 22 issues. Issue no. 11 contains i.a. an early, almost complete version of the first part of Kurt Schwitters' Sonate in Urlauten. Its editorial board consisted of A. Müller Lehning, J.J.P. Oud, W. Pijper and L. Moholy-Nagy. Contributors included H. Arp, M. ter Braak, C. van Eesteren, W. Kandinsky, P. Mondriaan, G. Rietveld and P. Schuitema. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE IX.

€ (4.500-5.500) 4500
69 4931 Elling P  1897 1962  attrib  69 4931 Elling P 1897 1962 attrib
69 4931 Elling P  1897 1962  attrib  69 4931 Elling P 1897 1962 attrib
69/4931 Elling, P. (1897-1962) (attrib.). (Sculptures by Piet Elling). Lot of 14 gelatin silver prints, ±1922-1923, each ±8x11 to 9x13,5 cm.

= Cf. J.B. Bedaux, Jo Uiterwaal en Piet Elling (1975). Photographs probably taken by Elling himself. The photographs show 9 different sculptures, i.a. "Broeder", portrait of Marcí Kárász, a kneeling figure and an abstract standing figure. Piet Elling was educated from 1913 onwards on the Kunstnijverheidschool in Utrecht, where he met Jo Uiterwaal. Both became heavily influenced by the modernists of the time, i.a. Archipenko and Huszar. Elling was also attracted to Egyptian sculpture.

€ (150-250) 150
70 277 Commercial art  Huszár V 70 277 Commercial art Huszár V
70/ 277 [Commercial art]. Huszár, V. Bruynzeel's fabrieken Gedenkboek. Zaandam, Bruynzeel, 1931, 72p., (photogr./ photomontage) ills., printed in black, red and yellow, designed by VILMOS HUSZÁR, orig. wr., obl. sm. folio.

- "Eigendom van Bruynzeel's Deurenfabriek n.v. Zaandam" in ballpoint on title-p. Wr. sl. faded/ discoloured along edges; backstrip trifle worn.

= Ex/ Hoek p.126f. One of the finest typographic works of Huszár and his "magnum opus" in the large number of designs for the Bruynzeel firm. He used i.a. a photograph by Piet Zwart (on p.68), who succeeded Huszár as home-designer of Bruynzeel (cf. Brentjens ill. 292). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE IX.

€ (400-600) 425
71 156 Doesburg Th van ed  71 156 Doesburg Th van ed
71/ 156 Doesburg, Th. van (ed.). De Stijl. Maandblad voor de beeldende vakken. Year 1, no.2. Delft, X. Harms Tiepen, 1917, p.13-24, 3 plates, orig. wr.

- Foxed (browned along margins); one plate trifle frayed in lower blank margin; wr. and all lvs. loose. Sm. owner's entry on frontwr.

= Original issue of one of the most important and influential modernist periodicals of the 20th cent. Contains i.a. contributions by PIET MONDRIAAN ("De nieuwe beelding in de schilderkunst. 2. De nieuwe beelding als stijl") and V. HUSZAR ("Aesthetische beschouwingen").

€ (70-90) 275
71/429 Wendingen Year 10 no 1 3 5 7 and 10 12 71/429 Wendingen Year 10 no 1 3 5 7 and 10 12
71/ 429 Wendingen. Year 10, no.1-3, 5-7 and 10-12. Santpoort, C.A. Mees, 1930, 9 parts in 7 vols., ills., orig. wr. by/ after HILDO KROP, CHRIS LEBEAU, V. HUSZAR, M. KROPHOLLER, T. BAANDERS, S. JESSERUN DE MESQUITA and H.T. ZWIERS, bound as a blockbook, large 4to.

- Occas. sl. dustsoiling. Otherwise very fine copies.

= Le Coultre 10 - 1-3, 5-7 and 10-12d.

€ (150-250) 350