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77 1439 Grimm Gebrüder 77 1439 Grimm Gebrüder
77/1439 Grimm, Gebrüder. Deutsche Märchen. Berlin, B. Cassirer, n.d. (1918), 94,(2)p., num. ills. (1x handcol.) by L. VON KALCKREUTH, printed in 100 numb. copies, orig. gilt green suede, t.e.g., orig. slipcase (fine). Binding, R. Reitvorschrift für eine Geliebte. Kassel, Thiele & Schwarz, n.d., 45,(3)p., printed in 625 numb. copies (595), orig. gilt red suede.

= Facs. reprint of the ed. Chemnitz, Gesellschaft der Bücherfreunde, 1924.

AND 5 others, i.a. G. FLAUBERT, Die Versuchung des Heiligen Antonius. German transl. H. Liesmann (Munich etc., 1921, 14 full-p. woodcuts by H. LISMANN, orig. giltlettered hcalf. Sl. foxed throughout; binding sl. rubbed along extremities).

€ (70-90) 70
77 1440 Grosz G 77 1440 Grosz G
77/1440 Grosz, G. Der Spiesser-Spiegel. 60 Berliner Bilder nach Zeichnungen mit einer Selbstdarstellung des Künstlers. Dresden, C. Reissner, 1925, 1st ed., 14 textp., 60 plates, orig. giltlettered cl., 4to.

- Sm. mark in ballpoint in margin of p.12. Frontcover faded.

= Lang 44. From the library of ARMANDO (with his owner's entry on first free endpaper).

€ (100-150) 100
77 1441 Guérin M de 77 1441 Guérin M de
77 1441 Guérin M de 77 1441 Guérin M de
77/1441 Guérin, M. de. Le Centaure & la Bacchante. Paris, Albin Michel, (1947), 57,(3)p., 14 lithogr. plates and ills. by R. MARTIN, printed in 30 numb. copies (10), loose as issued in orig. wr. in chemise and slipcase, 4to.

= One of 10 numb. copies w. a suite of the plates and illustrations in sanguine. Not in Monod.

Roger-Marx, C. Vertès un et divers. Paris, J. Vialetay for Trinckvel, 1961, 150,(2)p., num. (double-p./ full-p.) (col.) ills. and orig. wr. by M. VERTÈS, printed in 1000 numb. copies, 4to (fine).

€ (80-100) 80
77 1442 Hansi l'oncle = J J Waltz 77 1442 Hansi l'oncle = J J Waltz
77/1442 Hansi, l'oncle (= J.J. Waltz). l'Histoire d'Alsace. Racontée aux Petits Enfants d'Alsace et de France. Paris, H. Floury, 1916, (6),102,(4)p., 4 col. plates, num. ills. and orig. clothbacked pict. boards by the author and HUEN, 4to.

- Spine-ends sl. worn.

= Cf. Bilderwelt 2648 (not mentioning this edition). Monod 5822. The history of the Alsace explained to children from a strongly anti-German point of view.

AND 2 others, i.a. J. FEITH, Herinnering aan het bloemen-corso, 12 April 1896 (Haarlem, ±1896, ills. and orig. lithogr. boards by W.F.A.J. VAARZON MOREL, 4to).

€ (70-90) 70
77 1443 Hansi l'oncle = J J Waltz 77 1443 Hansi l'oncle = J J Waltz
77/1443 Hansi, l'oncle (= J.J. Waltz). Mon Village. Ceux qui n'oublient pas. Paris, H. Floury, n.d. (1913), 1st ed., (4),31,(5)p., (full-p.) col. ills. and orig. gilt and pict. cl. by the author, obl. 4to.

- Frontcover mouldy in left margin. Contents fine.

= Monod 5824. Bilderwelt 2647: "Die Erstausgabe erschien 1913 und brachte Hansi eine Verurteilung durch die deutschen Behörden ein. In der Tat machte sich der Autor in seiner Bilderbüchern, die das Elsaß hervorheben, zum Wortführer eines elsässischen Patriotismus, der die deutsche Besatzung bekämpfte".

€ (40-60) 40
77 1444 Helman A 77 1444 Helman A
77/1444 Helman, A. Chineesche gedichten bewerkt door Albert Helman. N.pl., n.publ., 1935, (10)p., 4 woodcut ills. (printed in purple) by JO SCHIPPERIJN, bound as a blockbook, printed in 10 numb. copies on blue tinted paper, signed by the author and artist, orig. cordbound wr., obl. 4to.

- Frontwr. sl. foxed. Otherwise fine.

= Contains poems by Tou Fou, Li Tai Po and Chang Wou Kien. Fine publication produced in a very small number of copies.

Omar Khayyám. Rubáiyát. Haarlem/ Amst., J. Enschedé en Zonen for A.A. Balkema, 1945, (29)p., orig. wr., sm. narrow 8vo. - AND 4 miscell. others, i.a. A. VAN DUINKERKEN, Het wereldorgel (Utr., 1931, col. ills. and orig. gilt clothbacked boards by C. EYCK, obl. 8vo).

€ (70-90) 140
77 1445 Hendrix J and Waarsenburg H van de 77 1445 Hendrix J and Waarsenburg H van de
77 1445 Hendrix J and Waarsenburg H van de 77 1445 Hendrix J and Waarsenburg H van de
77/1445 Hendrix, J. and Waarsenburg, H. van de. Los Árboles. Bomen. Banholt, In de Bonnefant, 1999, no pagination, 12 silkscreens by J. HENDRIX on semi transparent Nepalese paper, printed in 50 copies (7), orig. wr., orig. cl. dropback box, folio.

= SIGNED by the author and the artist.

€ (70-90) 140
77 1446 Henricus  Boutens P C 77 1446 Henricus Boutens P C
77 1446 Henricus  Boutens P C 77 1446 Henricus Boutens P C
77/1446 [Henricus]. Boutens, P.C. Tafereelen uit het leven van Lorenzo de' Medici. Delft, J. Waltman Jr., n.d. (1908), 12 textlvs. (2 w. col. lithogr. border), 10 col. lithogr. plates by HENRICUS, loose as issued in orig. gilt dec. cl. portfolio, obl. 4to.

- Occas. trifle soiled. Portfolio sl. stained/ worn; joints weak/ starting; tear on inside backcover.

= Published on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Delft student corps, w. loosely inserted the score booklet Italiaansch liedje gezongen door de Bloemenmeisjes in: Het tournooi gegeven ter gelegenheid van het 12de lustrum van het D.S.C. (Ibid., idem, 1908).

€ (50-70) 80
77 1447 Hervieu L  Baudelaire C 77 1447 Hervieu L Baudelaire C
77 1447 Hervieu L  Baudelaire C 77 1447 Hervieu L Baudelaire C
77/1447 [Hervieu, L.]. Baudelaire, C. Poèmes. Paris, Textes et Prétextes, 1946, 105 (7)p., 19 plates (incl. frontwr.) by L. HERVIEUX, printed in 370 numb. copies (330), orig. wr., orig. dropback box, 4to.

- Dropback box sl. worn at upper joint. = Monod 1160.

Longus. Daphnis et Cloé. Translation by D'Amyot. Ed. P.L. Courrier. Paris, Éd. du Bélier, 1945, 2 vols., 116,(4); 109,(7)p., col. plates and ills. by L. TOUCHAGES, printed in 805 numb. copies (700), orig. unif. wr., chemise, slipcase, 4to.

= Monod 7255.

€ (100-150)
77 1448 Heusden W B van  Gorter H 77 1448 Heusden W B van Gorter H
77 1448 Heusden W B van  Gorter H 77 1448 Heusden W B van Gorter H
77/1448 [Heusden, W.B. van]. Gorter, H. Een fragment uit "Pan". N.pl., Vereeniging tot bevordering der Grafische Kunst, 1931, (4)p., entirely lithogr. by W. VAN HEUSDEN, printed in 100 numb. copies by S. van Leeuwen, signed in pencil by the artist, orig. wr. w. dustwr., 4to.

- Bookplate on first free endpaper; trifle soiled. Wr. splitting at top and foot of spine; dustwr. split/ sl. dam./ partly sunned.

= Stiemer p.49.

De zeven hoofdzonden. Prentenboek voor de rijpere jeugd en overrijpe ouderdom, samengesteld door de Vereniging tot bevordering der grafische kunst. Zutphen, Walburg Pers, 1969, 20 woodcut/ woodengr. plates by i.a. G. ARNTZ, L. STRIK, W. ZWIERS and P.G. RUETER, printed in 375 numb. copies, orig. wr. w. "obonai" gilt wr., 4to.

- Wr. w. 2 corners trifle bumped; dustwr. sl. rubbed at extremities. Otherwise fine.

AND 6 others similar.

€ (60-80)
77 1449 Hogarth Press  Rilke R M 77 1449 Hogarth Press Rilke R M
77 1449 Hogarth Press  Rilke R M 77 1449 Hogarth Press Rilke R M
77 1449 Hogarth Press  Rilke R M 77 1449 Hogarth Press Rilke R M
77/1449 [Hogarth Press]. Rilke, R.M. Duineser Elegien. Elegies from the Castle of Duino. Engl. transl. V. Sackville-West and Edward Sackville West. London, printed by the Cranach Presse for the Hogarth Press, 1931, 1st ed. thus, 132,(2)p., woodcut initials by ERIC GILL, printed in 238 numb. copies (?), orig. gitlettered hvellum, t.e.g.

= Ritzer E9. One of the few Roman numbered copies. Roman numbered "VII" on colophon, H.C. copy not for sale on Maillol-Kessler paper and printed for the translator EDWARD SACKVILLE WEST. The Cranach Presse was known for its finely printed editions of non-German literature. So it was natural for the Woolfs to commission the Cranach Presse to print the English edition of Rilke's Duineser Elegien. It is one of the finest printed works by the Hogarth Press. With a loosely inserted letterpress folding leaf: R.M. RILKE, The Ninth Duino Elegy. Transl. by B.J. Morse (n.pl., n.d. Brown stain near lower edge. SIGNED by the translator in pen and ink. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XLI.

€ (2.000-3.000) 3250
77 1450 Homolacs K 77 1450 Homolacs K
77/1450 Homolacs, K. "Kusy". Nowa szopka Krakowska. Utwór sceniczny dla Młodzieży. Warsaw, Książnica Polska, 1923, 64,(2)p., 2 pochoir col. plates, ills. and orig. clothbacked pict. boards by K. HOMOLACS.

- Sm. owner's entry on title-p. Binding trifle worn along extremities.

Zegadłowicz, E. Na Wiedzeni. Misterjum balladowe w trzech aktach. Kraków, S.A. Krzyżanowski, 1925, 115,(2)p., orig. linocut wr. by L. MISKY.

- Wr. sl. frayed and dogeared.

AND 2 others, both Polish, by E. LIGOCKI and B. OBERTYŃSKA.

€ (70-90) 70
77 1451 Huysmans J K 77 1451 Huysmans J K
77/1451 Huysmans, J.-K. Marthe. Paris, Éd. d'Art Devambez, 1931, (4),I,(1),125,(3)p., 29 (full-p.) etchings by A. BROUET, printed in 221 numb. copies (160), loose as issued in orig. wr., orig. chemise in slipcase, folio.

- Fine copy. = Monod 6225.

€ (100-150) 130
77 1452 Icart L  Dumas fils A 77 1452 Icart L Dumas fils A
77/1452 [Icart, L.]. Dumas fils, A. La Dame aux Camélias. Paris, F. Guillot, 1938, (4),246,(3)p., 25 etchings by LOUIS ICART, printed in 200 and a few copies, orig. wr., 4to.

- Traces of bookplate(?) on first blank, w. some offsetting on htitle. Backstrip sl. cracking; sm. dam. spot at foot.

= Monod 4084; Carteret IV, p.147: "Une des meilleures illustrations de l'artiste. Édition cotée, surtout en grand papier." SEE ILLUSTRATION ON TITLE-PAGE.

€ (1.000-1.500)
77 1453 Jong F de 77 1453 Jong F de
77/1453 Jong, F. de. Achtzehn maschinelle Ansichten. Eine Fußreise durch das Reich von Kaiser Jan. Woubrugge, the artist, 1982, (2),(1) lvs., 18 stencilprints, bound as a leporello, the final print signed and dated by the artist, orig. cl. w. paper title-piece mounted on frontcover, obl. 8vo. - AND 4 others, i.a. W. SCHÖNFELD, De schipbreukeling. Een oude Egyptische vertelling (Amst., 1979, 4 col. woodcut ills., printed in 150 numb. copies, orig. (foxed) wr., folio) and GROF VUIL (Rott., 1989, signed etchings by J. PRINS, A. STAM and H. KOOPMAN, printed in 33 numb. copies, orig. cl. portfolio, folio).
€ (100-150)
77 1454 Kaulbach W von Echter M and Muhr J 77 1454 Kaulbach W von Echter M and Muhr J
77/1454 Kaulbach, W. von, Echter, M. and Muhr, J. Kaffee-Klexbilder. Humoristische Handzeichnungen. Leipsic, E. Schloemp, n.d. (1881), title-leaf, 20 leaves w. 48 mounted reproductions of drawings inspired by coffee-stains, loose as issued in orig. clothbacked portfolio w. mounted plate on frontcover, folio.

- Sl. foxed.

= Rare portfolio containing pre-Rorschach coffee-stain interpretations made while Kaulbach, Echter and Muhr worked together on the murals in the Neue Museum in Berlin.

€ (100-150)
77 1455 Kieffer R  Poe E A 77 1455 Kieffer R Poe E A
77 1455 Kieffer R  Poe E A 77 1455 Kieffer R Poe E A
77 1455 Kieffer R  Poe E A 77 1455 Kieffer R Poe E A
77/1455 [Kieffer, R.]. Poe, E.A. Le Roi Peste. Paris, Editions René Kieffer, 1925, 5 versions in 2 vols.: VOL.I: 3 parts in 1 vol.: I. (80)p./ (77) lvs., calligraphy and num. handcol. (full-p.) ills. by J. HAMMAN, printed on Japon, orig. col. lithogr. frontwr. bound with, one of 50 copies with an uncoloured suite of the entire contents printed on normal paper; II and III. (35); (37) lvs., two proofs for handcolouring on thick paper: first version a definitive proof with the amended colours; second version a proof w. num. annots. concerning colours. Bound by RENÉ KIEFFER in full brown morocco binding with giltlettered title and col. and gilt onlay morocco of a plumed crowned skull on both covers, and with giltlettered spine w. abstract col. mor. onlay, gilt turn-ins signed "René Kieffer" , t.e.g., sm. 4to. VOL. II: 2 parts in 1 vol.: IV.,76) lvs., orig. manuscript in pen and black ink, orig. handcol. lithogr. frontwr.; V. (77) lvs., first reduced size printed version after the orig. manuscript, all lvs mounted, uniformly bound with the first vol. but in larger brown morocco binding by R. KIEFFER with identical gilt decoration on both covers and spine, t.e.g., 4to.

- Two duplicate pages included twice in part III and intentionally pasted together (with lower outer blank corner cut off). Both vols. sl. worn along joints. One slipcase (of 4to vol.) paper sl. worn at base. Otherwise fine.

= UNIQUE DELUXE COPY with colophon in the first volume filled out in manuscript in pen and ink by the binder/ publisher and reading as follows: "Réservé à l'exemplaire contenant les originaux à la plume et les corrections de colours. [SIGNED:] René Kieffer". Monod 9182. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XLI.

€ (3.000-5.000)
77 1456 Kleekamp C 77 1456 Kleekamp C
77/1456 Kleekamp, C. Een dag uit het leven van een wijngaardslak. The Hague, W.A. Palm, 1975, letterpress title and colophon, 5 handcol. etchings by C. KLEEKAMP, all signed and numb. in pencil, printed in 25 numb. copies on Hahnemühle, loose as issued in orig. cl. dropback box, large 8vo.

= With AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION to "Hein Kohn" on the colophon leaf.

€ (50-70) 80
77 1457 Kleekamp C 77 1457 Kleekamp C
77/1457 Kleekamp, C. De trouwdag. Den Bosch, Grafiek Galerie, 1977, letterpress colophon, 4 (of 5) (hand)col. etchings by C. KLEEKAMP, all signed, titled and numb. in pencil, printed in 36 numb. copies on Vélin d'Arches, loose as issued in orig. cl. dropback box, folio.

- Lacks the first etching.

€ (40-60)
77 1458 Klement F and Bloem M 77 1458 Klement F and Bloem M
77/1458 Klement, F. and Bloem, M. Zwartwit in en achter kleuren. N.pl., the authors, 1992, leporello consisting of (17) printed sections: blindst. first leaf, col. lithogr. title-p. and 7 col. prints by F. KLEMENT, 7 letterpress poems by M. BLOEM and colophon, typogr. by Jack Jacobs, printed in 90 numb. copies signed by the author and the artist, orig. cl., cl. slipcase, folio.
€ (150-250) 150