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66/2787 [Actors and actresses]. Bacall, Lauren (1924-2014). Photogr. portrait w. AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION "For Jaap (...) Lauren Bacall", pen and silver ink, 24,2x19,3 cm. Day, Doris (b.1924). Col. photogr. portrait w. AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION "For Jaap/ love/ Doris Day" and "è Honey[?]", black felt tip pen, 25,3x20,3 cm.
€ (100-150)
66/2788 [Actors and actresses]. Fontaine, Joan (1917-2013). Photogr. portrait SIGNED "Joan Fontaine", pen and ink, 23x18,3 cm. Woodward, J. (b.1930) and Newman, P. (1925-2008) Photogr. double portrait SIGNED "Joanne Woodward" and "Paul Newman", black felt tip pen, 18,5x21,5 cm. Curtis, Tony (1925-2010). Col. photogr. portrait SIGNED "Tony Curtis", black felt tip pen, 24,7x20,3 cm. - ADDED: a signed photogr. portrait of Tony Bennett.
€ (100-150) 110
66/2789 Alba amicorum  Album amicorum for C C A B 66/2789 Alba amicorum Album amicorum for C C A B
66/2789 [Alba amicorum]. Album amicorum for "C.C.A.B.", ±1790-1798, mainly German, containing a calligraphed title-p. w. dec. borders in watercolour, 47 manuscript entries (1x tipped-in), num. blank leaves, contemp. gilt red calf w. giltlettered ("C.C.A.B." on frontcover and "1792" on backcover) green mor. letterpiece, a.e.g., obl. 8vo.

- Contents foxed; one leaf loose. Covers sl. duststained.

= Nothing could be traced on the identity of "C.C.A.B." Some names and places: Christiane Wißmann; Charlotte Blume (Gernrode); C.G. Berends (Gernrode); Christiane Blume (Gernrode); Carolina Haccius geb. Borckenstein (Nordhausen) and Charlotte Borckenstein (Nordhausen). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXII.

€ (100-150) 140
66/2790 Alba amicorum  Album amicorum of M T VAALMAN 66/2790 Alba amicorum Album amicorum of M T VAALMAN
66/2790 [Alba amicorum]. Album amicorum of M.T. VAALMAN, mainly Amsterdam, Nijmegen and Lobberich, 1826-1829, 47 manuscript lvs. (2x on verso handcol. engraving), mostly French and German text, 5 sm. drawings (pen and ink and watercolour), 1 embroidery, 1 hair braid and 1 leaf w. sm. dried flowers, a.e.g., loose in orig. richly gilt red mor. box, board slipcase.
€ (100-150) 210
66/2791 [Alba amicorum]. Album amicorum for SUZE STAATS EVERS, ±1837-1847, (170)p., pen and ink, contemp. gilt hcalf w. red mor. letterpiece reading "Dichtstukjes".

- Corners rubbed, otherwise fine.

= Partly numbered in leaves/ pages, occas. skipping leaf/ page numbers, but apparently complete. A collection of poems, partly original, partly copied. Some names and places: G.G. Staats Evers-Weeninck (Arnhem); H.G. Castanien (Rotterdam); Caroline (Jagtlust); A.E. Gunning -Van Campen; C. Trakkanen; Annette Frakranen; Emile Souvestre and B.C.J. van Voorst-Debets (Westerveld). The poems quoted are by i.a. Jacob van Eeghen, R. Feith, C.P.E. Robidé van der Aa and H. Tollens Cz.

€ (50-70)
66/2792 Alba amicorum  Album amicorum 66/2792 Alba amicorum Album amicorum
66/2792 [Alba amicorum]. Album amicorum, Dutch, 1843-1845, with 4 contributions by members of the family Van der Meulen (1x from Meerssen), 2 manuscript contributions, 3 drawings (2x pencil, 1x col. ink), loose in contemp. blindstamped and richly gilt black calf box w. metal lock, w. central scene w. caption "Der Freundschaft heilig", lower pastedown silk lined and w. letterpiece "Erinnerung an meine Theuren", upper pastedown w. small mounted panoramic etched view of a German town.

- Opens from two sides, lacks one catch; lock rusty; box w. a few rubbed spots.

€ (70-90) 70
66/2793 Alba amicorum  Album amicorum for JEAN Jan? KREUKNIET 66/2793 Alba amicorum Album amicorum for JEAN Jan? KREUKNIET
66/2793 [Alba amicorum]. Album amicorum for JEAN (Jan?) KREUKNIET, Rotterdam, 1862, w. 8 contributions: 2 pen and ink drawings, 1x "prik-kunst", 2 embroideries and 3 manuscript contributions, together in contemp. gilt and dec. boards (6,8x10,4x1,5 cm.) w. handcol. engrs. on upper pastedown and on lid.

- Spine rubbed; frontcover thumbed.

€ (60-80) 60
66 2794 America Baseball  Cobb T R  1886 1961 66 2794 America Baseball Cobb T R 1886 1961
66/2794 [America. Baseball]. Cobb, T.R. (1886-1961). AUTOGRAPH FIRST DAY COVER SIGNED ("Ty Cobb"), 9,3x16,5 cm., stamp dates "Cooperstown N.Y. Jun12 9-AM 1939", envelope published for "commemorating 100th anniversary of baseball", w. small mounted photograph (3,5x2,3 cm.) of and letterpress information on Cobb, autograph in black ink on photograph.
€ (1.000-1.500)
66 2795 America Baseball  Gehrig H L  'Lou'  1903 1941 66 2795 America Baseball Gehrig H L 'Lou' 1903 1941
66/2795 [America. Baseball]. Gehrig, H.L. ('Lou') (1903-1941). AUTOGRAPH FIRST DAY COVER SIGNED ("Lou Gehrig"), 9,3x16,5 cm., stamp dates "Cooperstown N.Y. Jun12 9-AM 1939", envelope published for the "base ball centennial 1839-1939", w. small mounted photograph of general Abner Doubleday, inventor of baseball (3,3x2,1 cm.), autograph in black ink in centre upper margin.
€ (500-700) 500
66 2796 America Baseball  Johnson W P  1887 1946 66 2796 America Baseball Johnson W P 1887 1946
66/2796 [America. Baseball]. Johnson, W.P. (1887-1946). AUTOGRAPH FIRST DAY COVER SIGNED ("Walter Johnson"), 9,3x16,5 cm., stamp dates "Cooperstown N.Y. Jun12 9-AM 1939", envelope published for "commemorating 100th anniversary of baseball", w. small mounted photograph (3,6x2,4 cm.) of and letterpress information on Johnson, autograph in black ink in upper left corner.
€ (400-600) 400
66 2797 America Baseball  McGillicuddy C  'Connie Mack'  1862 1956 66 2797 America Baseball McGillicuddy C 'Connie Mack' 1862 1956
66/2797 [America. Baseball]. McGillicuddy, C. ('Connie Mack') (1862-1956). AUTOGRAPH FIRST DAY COVER SIGNED ("Connie Mack"), 9,3x16,5 cm., stamp dates "Cooperstown N.Y. Jun12 9-AM 1939", envelope published for "commemorating 100th anniversary of baseball", w. small mounted photograph of general Abner Doubleday, inventor of baseball (3,3x2,1 cm.) and letterpress information on Doubleday, autograph in black ink vertically in left margin.
€ (300-500)
66 2798 America Baseball  Ruth G H  'Babe'  1895 1948 66 2798 America Baseball Ruth G H 'Babe' 1895 1948
66/2798 [America. Baseball]. Ruth, G.H. ('Babe') (1895-1948). AUTOGRAPH FIRST DAY COVER SIGNED ("Babe Ruth"), 9,3x16,5 cm., stamp dates "Cooperstown N.Y. Jun12 9-AM 1939", envelope published for "commemorating 100th anniversary of baseball", w. small mounted photograph (3,2x2,4 cm.) of and letterpress information on Ruth, vertical autograph in blue ink in the centre.
€ (1.200-1.500) 1200
66 2799 America Baseball  Wagner J P H  'Honus'  1874 1955 66 2799 America Baseball Wagner J P H 'Honus' 1874 1955
66/2799 [America. Baseball]. Wagner, J.P.H. ('Honus') (1874-1955). AUTOGRAPH FIRST DAY COVER SIGNED ("Honus Wagner"), 9,3x16,5 cm., stamp dates "Cooperstown N.Y. Jun12 9-AM 1939", envelope published for "commemorating 100th anniversary of baseball", w. small mounted photograph (3,4x2,3 cm.) of and letterpress information on Wagner, 2 autographs in blue ink: 1 vertically in upper left corner and 1 on the mounted photograph.

- Autograph on photograph sl. faded. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXII.

€ (700-900)
66 2800 America  Hughes C E  1862 1948 66 2800 America Hughes C E 1862 1948
66/2800 [America]. Hughes, C.E. (1862-1948). AUTOGRAPH CARD SIGNED ("Charles E. Hughes"), 8,1x10,8 cm., w. letterpess text "Supreme Court of the United States Washington D.C.", autograph in black ink, 4 stamps with the portrait of Hughes loosely added.

= Hughes was governor of New York (1907-1910), judge in the Supreme Court (1910-1916), Minister of Foreign Affairs (1921-1925) and presiding judge of the Supreme Court of the USA (1930-1941).

AND 2 envelopes with the signatures of CORDELL HULL (longest-sitting Minister of Foreign Affairs USA and founder of the United Nations) and ROBERT E. HANNEGAN (chairman of the Democratic National Committee and United States Postmaster General) and accompanying stamps.

€ (100-150)
66 2801 America  Roosevelt A E  1884 1962 66 2801 America Roosevelt A E 1884 1962
66/2801 [America]. Roosevelt, A.E. (1884-1962). AUTOGRAPH FIRST DAY COVER SIGNED ("Eleanor Roosevelt"), 9,3x16,6 cm., stamp dates "New York, N.Y. Nov 2 5-PM 1945", autograph in blue ink in upper left corner, 4 stamps portraying Roosevelt loosely added. Woodring, H.H. (1890-1967). AUTOGRAPH FIRST DAY COVER SIGNED ("Harry H. Woodring"), 9,3x16,5 cm., stamp dates "West Point May 26 9-AM 1937", envelope published to honour "Army Heroes", autograph in black in lower margin.

= Dates from the time Woodring was U.S. Minister of War (1936-1940), under president F.D. Roosevelt.

Swanson, C.A. (1862-1939). AUTOGRAPH FIRST DAY COVER SIGNED ("Claude A. Swanson"), 9,3x16,5 cm., stamp dates "Annapolis MD. May 26 9-AM 1937", envelope published to honour "Navy Heroes", autograph in black in lower margin.

= Dates from the time Swanson was a U.S. Secretary of the Navy (1933-1939), under president F.D. Roosevelt.

€ (60-80) 70
66/2802 Amsterdam and surroundings  Poorter eed 66/2802 Amsterdam and surroundings Poorter eed
66/2802 [Amsterdam and surroundings]. "Poorter eed". Three fold. letterpress documents w. manuscript entries, w. woodcut coat of arms of the city of Amsterdam, printed on vellum, recto only, dated "30 Augustus 1633", "20 Maert 1691" and "27 May 1694", 13x16,5 cm. and 15,5x20 cm. (unfolded), all w. mounted paper seals.

- The earliest document sl. soiled and darkened on verso.

€ (100-150) 110
66/2803 [Amsterdam and surroundings]. Two manuscript documents concerning the sale of property "aende zuyd zijde in de nieuwe Looijerstraat", pen and ink on vellum, dated "vijftiende Julij anno seventien hondert een" and "vijftienden ausgustii zeventienhonderd en tien", 2 lvs., w. 3 attached wax seal, w. mounted paper seals, recto only.

= The documents are attached to each other. The oldest deed names the sale of the property from Albert van der Sprong to Isaak Danielz. Sattijn and his wife. The second document states that the rightful heir Dirk Réwijk sells the property to Mathijs Heggers.

€ (70-90) 100
66/2804 [Amsterdam and surroundings]. Lot of 3 manuscript documents regarding property on/ near the Keizersgracht, pen and ink on paper, 18th cent., all various lvs., each 32x20,5 cm.

= I.a. a purchase deed after the auction of a property on the Keizersgracht ("Bij de Goude Ketting") in 1786.

AND 2 manuscript 'Oirconden' on vellum.

€ (100-150)
66/2805 [Amsterdam and surroundings]. Lot of 4 manuscript documents on vellum, dated between 1694-1749, 3x w. attached wax seals, 4x w. mounted blindst. paper seals.

= I.a. "dat hij (...) verkoght hadde aan Samuel Wijmer Notaris een huys ende erve staande ende elegen binnen des Stadt Amsterdam aander binnen Amstel inde nieuwe begrootinge, tusschen de Heere ende Keysers grachten naast het hoekhuys vande keysersgracht" (dated 1694); the document stating that Samuel Wijmer sells the house to Abraham van Gangel (dated 1712); concerning "een huis en erve, staande ende gelegen inde Warmoesstraat over den Middeldam" (dated 1749).

ADDED: Two manuscript documents on paper concerning property w. conditions for public auction: "op de Keizergracht tusschen den Amstel en Utrechtsestraat" and "Brakke Grond alhier in de Nes" (dated 1821 and 1870). - AND a marriage document dated 1786.

€ (150-250) 150
66/2806 Anonymous (early 19th cent.). (Travel journal). Manuscript, pen and ink on paper, dated "15 Julij 1820" to "Vrijdag 11 Augustus", 101p., contemp. hroan.

= Interesting travel journal, probably written by a man accompanied by his wife and parents. They travelled by carriage and boat from Rotterdam to Dusseldorf, Cologne ("zoo fraaij wij Dusseldorf vonden, zoo naar is Keulen", p.37), Aken ("vervolgens het kabinet schilderijen van de heer Bettendorft", p.44), Spa, Liege ("Niets op de geheele reis had onze verwachting zoo overtroffen als juist de stad Luik", p. 66), Namur, Brussels and Breda. The author describes the journey with much detail and records every town they cross. Also contains an interesting account of the destructions caused by the flood of 1820 (p.8).

€ (50-70) 230
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