666 - 880 A.B.-BOOKS AND PRINTS
- Soiled; some cards creased. Box worn.
= Shows a divers representation of the letters of the alphabet, using Dutch words such as Bijenkorf, Molen, Neger en Zaag. Ki.la.ki.le. 19(?).
- New endpapers. Boards sl. soiled; sm. crack in frontcover. Despite minor defects, a fine copy.
= A is een aapje p.96 (and ill. on frontwr.); De Bodt/ Kapelle p.237; Landwehr, Prentgeschenk 13e; Coll. Caljé-Van Gulik 274; De hele Bibelebontse Berg p.619; cf. The Children's World of Learning 3644 and Lust en Leering p.150.
- Soiled; three plates w. (repaired) tear; sm. hole in each plate; owner's entry on verso.
= The work does not contain the letter W, most likely as published. The plates do not contain any words, however each letter is presented in a scene in which figures, animals or objects that start with the same letter are shown. For example, the letter C is surrounded by animals that all start with a C, such as dogs (chiens), a rooster (coq), a deer (cherf), a crow (corbea) and a duck (canard).
- Soiled/ sl. browned; a few lvs. w. marginal tears. Wr. soiled/ creased; spine split and resewn.
= Each letter of the alphabet is introduced with the use of the name of a child, followed by a rhyme in which the child undertakes an activity with the repetition of the same letter ''Eduard speelt militair, Even als zijn pa, En zijn hondje doet getrouw Elken pas hem na''. Other activities are playing the flute or the trompette, playing dress up and paddling. Rare. No copy traced. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XX.
- Bookblock loose; sl. soiled; a few sm. marginal tears. Wr. soiled and creased; spine splitting.
Doorenbos, C. A is de adelaar. Amst., Mulder & Zoon, n.d. (±1950), (8)p. (incl. wr.), num. col. ills. by K. PIJLMAN, entirely printed on stiff board lvs., orig. pict. boards, 4to.
- Frontcover and spine sl. rubbed. Despite minor defects a fine copy.
- Browned; unbound; spine splitting. = Ki.la.ki.le. 73; The Children's World of Learning 10; Van Rijn 156.
- Waterstain at inner margin. Wr. sl. browned; joints starting.
= Huiskamp A3. The work does not contain any illustrations, but the alphabet twice and several textpages. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XVII.
- Occas. sl. foxed; hinges strengthened w. paper. Wr. soiled/ sl. browned; spine repaired w. tape.
= Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XX.
- Bookblock loose; sl. soiled (incl. boards).
= Apart from the alphabet, each letter is accompanied by an illustration and a 2-line verse.
- Bookblock loose; owner's entry on upper pastedown; sl. soiled in margins. Wr. soiled/ creased; spine splitting.
= The alphabet starts with Abrikoos, followed by Bijenkorf, Chimist, Dronkaard, Edelman and so on. Huiskamp A1. Rare.
- Contemp. owner's entry on upper pastedown; sl. soiled (incl. wr.) = Very rare, no copy traced.
- Bookblock loose; title-p. w. owner's entry, sm. waterstain and sm. portion torn off; sl. foxed. Boards sl. browned.
= ''Rare Roermond imprint, by the publisher J.J. Romen, of an A B C book intended for export to the German market, clearly inspired by the traditional ''Hane-boek'', as is shown by the woodcut on title. The contents however, are quite different: numbers, alphabets, words of one and two syllables, short sentences, and only on the last page are found some 2- and 4-line prayers in verse, suitable to Protestants and Catholics alike''. The Children's World of Learning 29.
- Hinges strengthened w. tape; sl. soiled. Boards soiled; lacks clasps(?); spine-ends dam. = Rare.
- Bookblock loose; browned. Spine splitting; boards sl. soiled.
- Contents loose; owner's entry on title-p.; fingersoiled. Wr. soiled; rubbed along extremities; spine dam.; crease in backcover.
= Part of Bibliothèque Enfantine.- Série C. Rare.
- Spine splitting; corners sl. worn. = Rare.
- Sl. soiled; sm. waterstain. Spine worn; rubbed along edges; wr. soiled and sl. creased.
- (Finger)soiled; a few sm. marginal tears. Wr. worn and soiled; spine sewn together. = Rare. Hunt p.41.
- (Finger)soiled; trifle foxed. Rubbed along extremities; (water)stains on boards.
= Each letter is presented in a 2-line rhyme, such as ''Die Gans schmeckt gut ist sie gebraten. Man kann auch Gäste dazu laden''.
- Occas. foxed. Boards soiled; frontcover w. sm. scratches; spine worn.
= Each letter is presented in a sentence, that rhymes with the one of the previous letter, such as the I and the J: ''Der Igel wohnt in grünen Wald, Da siehst du aich den Jäger bald''.