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Illustrated Books 19th - 21st c., lot numbers 195-215

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ARABIAN NIGHTS -- TAUSEND UND EINE NACHT. Arabische Erzählungen. Übers. v. G. Weil. Neu hrsg. v. L. Fulda. Berl., Neufeld & Henius Vlg., 1914. 4 vols. W. 20 cold. & 80 b&w plates by F. Schulz-Wettel. 4º. Or. vellum w. raised bands, richly dec. gilt backs, gilt/cold. ill. on all front sides. In or. slipcases. (Slipcases foxed/browned/a bit worn, vellum a bit foxed in places).
estimate EUR 180
result EUR 320
¶ Rare de luxe edition in vellum bindings.
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BAUER -- FRAGMENTS des mille nuits et une nuit. (Wassenaar, Ed. privée, 1927). 214 pp. W. ill. by M.J. Bauer. 4º. Or. gilt lettered cl. w. top edge gilt & gilt fly-leaves. -- Added: Ch. DICKENS. Geestverschijning [A Christmas Carol]. Amst., n.d. (c. 1925). W. cold. tipped in plates by A. Rackham. Sm-4º. Or. illustr. cl. Numbered copy of , printed on uncut laid paper. -- (2).
estimate EUR 180
result EUR 160
¶ Ad 1: Printed in 200 copies, this copy is nr. 81 (so with colophon!) and dedicated to E.A. Spanjaard. - Impressed by Turkish streetlife during his trips to Constantinopel in 1884 and 1894, Bauer started to illustrate Mardrus' complete French translations of the Tales of 1001 night. This edition is a facsimile with some of the tales. - Duizend min één boek, p. 70.
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CAPRI -- ALLERS, C.W. Capri. München, F. Hanfstaengl, 1892. (47) lvs. W. 62 drawings, for the greater part full-p., incl 9 cold. plates after water colours under tissue guards, all by C.W. Allers. Lge-fol. Ocl. w. gilt dec. pictorial front side, gilt edges. (Some minor wear to extremites of bind., front side w. some unobtrusive scratches and small stains, but a very good copy).
estimate EUR 150
result EUR 130

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COLLECTION of illustrated (literary) prose works in English. For the greater part published in the 19th c. 16 in 21 vols. Lge-8º. Or. binds. and bound.
estimate EUR 100
result EUR 130
¶ I.a.: LEVER, Ch. The Dodd Family abroad. 1854. W. illustr. by Phiz. Cont. red h. mor. bind., g.e. -- Id. The Martins of Cro' Martin. 1856. W. illustr. by Phiz. Cont. brown hcf. -- (R. SURTEES). Handley Cross; or, Mr. Jorrocks's Hunt. N.d. W. wood-engr. illustr. by J. Leech, cold. by hand. Cont. red h. mor. extra. -- (Ch. DICKENS). Sketches by Boz. 1839. W. 40 illustr. by G. Cruikshank. Fine cont. brown cf., gilt and tooled in blind, g.e. -- (W.M. THACKERAY). The Newcomes. Ed. by A. Pendennis. 1854-55. 2 vols. W. illustr. by R. Doyle. Ocl.

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CRANE, W. Illustrations to Shakespeare's Two gentlemen of Verona. Lond., J.M. Dent & Co., 1894. (2) lvs. W. 8 pen designs by W. Crane (plate size 235 x 285 mm), engr. and printed on tissue paper by D.C. Dallas and tipped in on white cardboard with overlay passepartouts under captioned tissue guards. Fol. Loose, in ocl. portfol. w. gilt lettered and dec. front side and spine. (Extremities of portfol. slightly worn/dam., a bit foxed in places, tear/rep. in blank margin of 1 plate (not affecting the image)).
estimate EUR 160
result EUR 130
¶ Signed by both W. Crane and by the printer D.C. Dallas. Printed in 650 numbered copies after which the plates were destroyed.
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CRUIKSHANK, G. Life in Paris: or the rambles, sprees, and amours, of Dick Wildfire, Squire Jenkins and Captain O'Shuffleton; (…) and other eccentric characters in the French metropolis. Lond., J. Cumberland, 1828. xxiv, 489 pp. W. cold. aquatint front., 20 cold. aquatint plates and 22 woodcuts in text. Cont. light brown cf., marbled edges. (Bind. shows some light wear, but in all a good and clean copy).
estimate EUR 150
result EUR 220

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DORÉ -- CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, M. de. l'Ingénieux hidalgo Don Quichotte de la Manche. Trad. de L. Viardot. Par., 1869. 2 vols. W. 370 wood-engr. in text and full-p. by H. Pisan after G. Doré. -- Added: (J. de) la FONTAINE. Fables. Par., 1868. W. front.-portr. of the author & num. ill. on plates & in the text after G. Doré. -- Tog. 3 vols. Fol. Or. red hcf., a.e.g. (Extremities a bit chafed, some minor foxing as usual).
estimate EUR 150
result EUR 150
¶ Sander, 150 (ed. 1863) & 413; Vicaire II, 160 & IV, 904.

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DUHAMEL, G. Hollande. (Paris), Les Cent Bibliophiles, 1949. 172, (10) pp. W. 44 (incl. frontispice and front cover) etchings by J. Frélaut. Lge-8º. Owrps., uncut, loose as issued. In or. cardboard slipcase and or. cardboard sleeve.
estimate EUR 300
¶ Copy with manuscript dedication by the author, dated January 1950. Printed in 135 copies only. In perfect condition.
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DULAC -- ROSENTHAL, L. Au royaume de la perle. Par., H. Piazza, (1920). 139 pp. W. 10. tipped in cold. plates by E. Dulac. 4º. Or. blue and silver wrps. (Spine dam., loosening). -- Added: STORIES FROM THE ARABIAN NIGHTS. Retold by L. Housman. (Lond., Hodder & Stoughton, n.d. (=1930)). W. 20 tipped in cold. plates by E. Dulac. 4º. Or. gilt dec. cl. -- (2).
estimate EUR 100
result EUR 80
¶ Ad 1: Printed in a limited and numbered edition of 1500 copies.
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DULAC -- SHAKESPEARE, W. The tempest. Lond., Hodder & Stoughton, (n.d., 1908). xxiv, 143, (1) pp. W. 40 mounted cold. plates by E. Dulac w. captioned tissue guards. Sm-4º. Or. gilt lettered and dec. green cl. (Margins a bit foxed in places). -- OMAR KHAYYAM. Rubáiyát. Rendered into English verse by E. Fitzgerald. W. 12 cold. tipped in plates by E. Dulac. Lond./N.Y., (1912). Ocl. (Spine a bit browned, some foxing). Potter, Bibl. of the Rubáiyát, 159. -- (2).
estimate EUR 100
result EUR 100

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GRAPHIC, The, Illustrated weekly newspaper. Vols. 3-29. Lond., 1871-84. 18 odd vols. Prof. illustr. w. thousands of interesting wood-engr. (and lithogr.) in text, full-p. and (lge.) fold., partly in col./tinted. Lge-fol. Cont. hcl. (uniform binds.). (Some inevitable traces of use, some minor staining in places, but in all in very good condition).
estimate EUR 600
result EUR 500
¶ The Graphic was first published on 4 December 1869 by William Luson Thomas's company 'Illustrated Newspapers Limited'. The influence of The Graphic within the art world was immense, its many admirers included Vincent Van Gogh, and Hubert von Herkomer. Among the illustrators are the names of Helen Allingham, Edmund Blampied, Frank Brangwyn, Randolph Caldecott, John Charles Dollman, James H. Dowd, Luke Fildes, Harry Furniss, John Percival Gülich, Phil May, Ernest Prater, Leonard Raven-Hill, Sidney Sime, Snaffles (Charles Johnson Payne), George Stampa, Edmund Sullivan, Bert Thomas, F. H. Townsend, Harrison Weir, and Henry Woods.
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GREENWOOD, J. The wild of London. 1874. W. 12 tinted lithogr. illustr. by A. Concanen. Or. purple cold. cl. w. gilt illustr. on front side. (Spine a bit sunned and w. small defect). First edition. -- Added: A. SMITH. The natural history of the gent. 1847. Sm-8º. Cont. red cf. (Lower hinge unfortunately broken). -- ARABIAN NIGHTS' ENTERTAINMENTS, The. Transl from the Arabic. N.d. (=1865). 2 vols. W. illustr. by S.J. Groves. Sm-8º. Ocl. -- H. BELL. Fairy tale plays and how to act them. 1896. W. illustr. by L. Speed. Ocl. -- H. BEECHER STOWE. The Mayflower; or, Tales and pencilings. 1853. Sm-8º. Cont. hcf. (Lower spine end dam.). First UK edition. -- And 31 o. in 34 vols. (40).
estimate EUR 90
result EUR 90

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HOYTEMA, T. v. Uilen-geluk. Tekst v. Tine. Amst., G.M. v. Gogh, 1895. 20 pp. W. cold. lithogr. ti.-vign. & 19 almost full-p. cold. lithogr. 4º. Or. cold. lithogr. clothbacked brds. by the author. (Corners trifle worn, some rust marks in places close to inner hinges).
estimate EUR 80
result EUR 75
¶ Braches, 951203; De Groot. Grafiek v. T. v. Hoytema, 135a.
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HOYTEMA -- ANDERSEN, H.C. Twee hanen. Amst., C.M. v. Gogh, 1898. (2) pp. & 20 cold. lithogr. on 10 fold. lvs. - bound Japanese style - by T. v. Hoytema. Lge-8º-obl. Or. clothbacked lithogr. brds. executed in red & deep dark blue. (Some rust marks in places close to inner hinges, lower corner lf. 17 a bit dam., small tear in lf. 20, but a near fine copy).
estimate EUR 200
¶ Braches, 971204; De Groot. Grafiek v. T. v. Hoytema, 139b.
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MODERNE KUNST IN MEISTERHOLZSCHNITTEN nach Gemälden und Skulpturen berühmter Meister der Gegenwart. Bd. XVI, XVIII, XX, XXI, XXIV, XXVI. Berlin, Verl. v. R. Bong, (1902-12). 6 vols. Prof. illustr, partly in col. Fol. Or. dec. cl. (Some staining in places, but a good set). -- Added: MEISTERWERKE DER HOLZSCHNEIDEKUNST aus dem Gebiete der Architektur, Skulptur und Malerei. Bd. 16-18. Lpz., J.J. Weber, (1891-93). 3 vols. W. num. wood-engr., many double-p. Fol. Or. dec. cl. -- (9).
estimate EUR 150
result EUR 100
¶ Not collated, sold w.a.f., not subject to return.

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SERAFINI, L. Codex Seraphinianus. Milan, F.M. Ricci, (1981). 2 vols. W. num. beautifully cold. ill. by L. Serafini. Fol. Bound in black silk bindings with gilt lettering and dec. on cover and spine, 2 diff. ill. mounted on the front sides. Each vol. in or. clamshell box. (Slight fading to spines of boxes, but else in fine condition).
estimate EUR 500
result EUR 800
¶ A masterpiece of fantasy painstakingly illustrating a non-existent world and written in a non-existent language which, at times, seems to be a surrealist parody of our own world. Serafini, an architect and graphic designer, wrote and illustrated the volumes during a two-year period in the late 1970s. - First edition. Printed in a limited and numbered edition on Fabriano paper and signed by the author in the colophon. From the library of André Houtschild.
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SHAKESPEARE, W. The works of Shakspere. Imperial edition ed. by Ch. Knight. Lond., J.S. Virtue & Co, (c. 1870). 2 vols. W. num. steel-engr. plates. Fol. Fine richly blind tooled and gilt dec. cf. over wooden brds. w. inside dentelles and all edges gilt.
estimate EUR 80
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TÖPFFER, R. Histoire de Mr. Jabot. - Histoire de Mr. Crépin. - Monsieur Pencil. - Histoire de Mr. Vieux-Bois. - Paris, 1860 (& c. 1860). 4 vols. W. plain lithogr. by Caillet. 8º-obl. Ocl. w. gilt dec. front sides, a.e.g. (Binds. a bit stained, upper inner hinges of 2 vols. broken, some foxing as usual).
estimate EUR 80
result EUR 100

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TOUR DU MONDE, Le, Nouveau Journal des Voyages. Publiée sous la dir. de É. Charton. Paris, 1862-73. 10 vols. of the series. Profusely illustr. w. wood-engr. maps and views. 4º. Cont. red h. mor. w. gilt spines. (Some age-toning, but in very good condition).
estimate EUR 200
¶ Famous French and typical 'travel-in-armchair' weekly, presenting travels, expeditions and adventures in all the remote corners of the world. Each volume divided in a first and second half year. The illustrators are listed at the end of each half year. Among the names i.a. Doré, Girardet, Riou, De Molins, Bayard, Stroobant. - Vicaire VII, 870.

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VONDEL, J. v.d. Gysbrecht van Aemstel. d'Ondergang van syn stad en syn ballingschap. Treurspel. (Met inl. d. L. Simons). Haarlem, Erven F. Bohn, 1893(-1901). 2 vols. (8), 63, 88, (18); (2), 122, (2) pp. W. cold. lithogr. half-ti. & ti., full-p. cold. lithogr. plts. (at the end of vol. 1) & num. cold. & tinted text-vign. Fol. Or. dec. cl. (Binds. a bit stained in places (espec. spines), cloth discold., but internally clean, apart from some very light foxing in places).
estimate EUR 400
result EUR 320
¶ Monumental Art Nouveau book, designed by A.J. Derkinderen and published in instalments between 1893 and 1901. According to Braches the first Art Nouveau book to which a group of artists from the period contributed and thus produced a 'Gesamtkunstwerk'. With fine lithographed stage decorations by H.P. Berlage and music by B. Zweers & A.M.J. Diepenbrock. - Gans, Nieuwe Kunst, pp. 93-4; Braches, Nieuwe Kunst en het boek, no. 940309 and p. 393-406.
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WERKMAN, H.N. Chassidische legenden/Hasidic legends. Gron., 1985. 1 vol. of text (80 pp.), and 1 portfol. containing 2 series of 10 cold. plates each by H.N. Werkman in reproduction, loose as issued in ocl. portfol. 8º & lge-fol.
estimate EUR 80
result EUR 65
¶ Facsimile reprint of the ed. Gron., 1941/1943.
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