- Some sl. occas. foxing. Binding sl. rubbed at extremities. A fine copy.
= Landwehr, Dutch Books w. Col. Plates 381 ("the first Dutch topographical work published with (coloured) aquatint plates"); Nijhoff/ Van Hattum 217; Harlemia Illustrata 726-738. Contains beautiful views of mansions, mainly in the surroundings of Haarlem and near De Vecht: Velserbeek (2x), Boekenrode (2), Waterland (2), Elswoud, Berckenrode (2), Oosterduin (2), Hoffwerk, Rupelmonde, Over-Holland (2), Trompenburgh (2), Schaffelaar (2), Het Klooster ("by Heemstede") (2), Voorland (2) and Karssenhof. Very fine and rare series, originally published in instalments: "Numan could (...) paint subtle water-colours and, in 1793, sent out a circular letter with two coloured prints of two mansions, inviting subscriptions for a whole series of such pictures. During the period 1793-1797, he published this series of extremely fine engravings (...)" (Landwehr, p.37f).