2860 - 2987 FINE ARTS - VARIA, COMMERCIAL ART, FURNITURE, PICTURE POSTCARDS, POSTERS etc.
- Album worn/ dam. Postcards fine, mainly addressed to the original collector.
= Nice, varied and mainly Dutch collection, containing i.a. "Scheveningen, Visscherstypen", "Groeten uit IJsselstein" (w. leporello in pocket), "Vroomshoop, Korenmolen", "Goeten uit Nunspeet", "Volendam", "Staphorster Kleederdracht", New Year and Christmas Wishes (±40 cards), Sinterklaas postcards (4x), real photographic postcards of children (10x) and 5 embossed postcards of the series "Goede Vrienden".
= Contents: children's picture postcards and wishing cards, topographical postcards (i.a. "Curaçao Handelskade", "Nijmegen, K. Burchtstraat", "Noordwijk aan Zee Aan het strand", "Vrouwepolder Duinweg", "Amsterdam, Berlage- en Schollenbrug", "Kinderhuis "Zonheuvel", Bosch en Duin", "Walchersche Kleederdracht (Zeeland). Een rustig plekje", "Walchersche Kleederdracht (Zeeland). Een vroolijk vijftal", "Walchersche Kleederdracht (Zeeland). Mijn beste vriend", "Zeeuwsche hondenkar", "Twentsche Boerenbruiloft", "Soesterberg, Gereed voor de vlucht", "Domburg Villa's en Watertoren", "Walchersche hondenkar (Zeeland)", "Nijmegen. Koloniale Reserve Kazerne", "Terschelling. Strandleven Dellewal", "Amsterdam. Lido" and "Molenzicht Walcheren".
AND 1 other album w. ±100 picture postcards (±1920-1960, mainly children's picture postcards (i.a. by Rie Cramer), some humorous postcards and topographical postcards (i.a. Zeeland, "Walchersche Huifwagen", "Op weg naar school (Zeeland)", "Op weg naar huis (Zeeland)" and "Zeeland - Zuidbeveland").
= Incl. Singapore, Sumatra (i.a. Medan), Aceh (incl. a fold. panorama of Sabang), Port Said, Alger, Amsterdam, The Hague, Scheveningen, Delft, Leipsic, Dresden and Berlin. Also contains 2 mounted photogr. views of the IJ (Amsterdam) and a series of mounted photogr. plates w. Dutch harbour views.
= Attractive collection, all sent to the same person, consisting of approx. 115 Dutch picture postcards, 50 Belgian postcards and 100 German postcards. I.a. lively early streetscenes in Apeldoorn ("Soerensche Weg", "Deventerweg"), Utrecht ("Vreeburg", "Vredenburg (b/d Viestraat", "Neude"), Nijmegen ("Kerkpoort en Waag", "Valkhof (Societeit Burgerlust)"), Baarn ("Laan van de Vuursche", "Emmastraat"), Dordrecht ("Scheffersplein"), Gouda ("Markt Waagzijde", "Kleiweg te Gouda"), Broek in Waterland ("De Gouw"), Zaandam ("De Bullekerk"), Zandvoort ("Passage"), Scheveningen ("Wandelhoofd"), Zutphen ("Houtmarkt", "Groenmarkt en Wijnhuistoren"), Doesburg ("De Schipbrug"), Oude Pekela ("Groet uit Oude Pekela"), Leeuwarden ("Ruiterskwartier - Oude veemarkt"), Hamburg ("Messberg mit Messberg Brunnen", "Deichstrassenfleth", "Neue Elbbrücke"), Marienbad ("Forsthaus Rojan"), Dresden ("Treppe zur Brühl'schen Terrasse") and Coblenz ("Blick von Pfaffendorf").
= Varied collection, incl. Dutch and foreign topography. I.a. Antwerp, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Calcutta, Geneva, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Kingston (Jamaica), Luzern, Madeira, Monaco, New York and Rotterdam.
- Watercolour views sl. foxed; first 2 board lvs. and frontcover loose. Lacks backstrip; boardedges a few dam. spots.
= Postcards showing scenes and views of (mostly) African cities and its populace (Suez, Port Said, Aden, Cairo, Alger); attractively decorated w. double-p. watercolour[?] views/ flowers.
= Comprises i.a. views of San Francisco, Chicago, Los Angeles, Springfield (OH), Catalina Island, impressive landscapes and natural wonders in i.a. Ohio, Colorado and Arizona (several postcards with trains), portraits of native Americans, a series depicting the "Cave of the Winds" (Colorado) and a series of "Fishes of Hawaii" (publ. Honolulu).
- Leaves of album loosening. Postcards fine.
= Interesting collection: the American picture postcards show i.a. people of the Hopi, Navaho and Mojave tribes (11x), the "California Alligator Farm" (11x), "Glacier Point" (6x), the "Mission San Juan Bautista" (±40x) and scenes at orange farms (13x). The Japanese postcards show temples, castles, shrines, the Grand Hotel Yokohama (6x), women (±40x, partly courtisans, partly in their daily work) and a series of 12 postcards showing the various stages of a Japanese marriage ceremony and the period after childbirth.
= Incl. photogr. portraits of Maxim Gorki (2x), Pietro Mascagni, Karl Marx, Theodore Roosevelt and Victor Hugo.
= Rare set of picture postcards that were published by Meulenhoff (Amsterdam) on occasion of Alfred Dreyfus' departure from l'Ile du Diable on the 9th of June 1899, for his retrial in France. The three postcards all have a letterpress line printed in red on the address side reading: "Refusée par la poste française." It seems that these cards were published in the Netherlands in protest against the treatment of Dreyfus; two of the three postcards have a letterpress line on the frontside reading: "Cayenne, date du départ de Dreyfus." They show the following scenes: 1.Two sketches "dessiné à l'Ile du Diable le 29. 7bre 1898 Jean Hess" of the "poste des gardiens" and "La prison derrière la palinade"; 2. The portraits of Emile Zola, G. Pecquart and Labori; 3. A portrait of Dreyfus, and facsimiles of the handwriting of Dreyfus, the handwriting that was used as proof of Dreyfus' guilt and Dreyfus' signature. Very rare set of postcards.
= Interesting collection on Haarlem only, mainly with early postcards from ±1900. Many views showing people, i.a. "Angegang"; "Barteljorisstraat"; "Groenmarkt"; "Groote Markt"; "Ingang Haarlemmerhout"; "Hertenkamp"; "Kenaupark"; "Kruisstraat"; "Kruisweg"; "Nieuwe Gracht"; "Raamsingel"; "Het Spaarne"; "Stadhuis"; "Vleeshal"; "Wagenweg"; "Zijlvest" and "Zijlweg".
- Album lacks backstrip.
= Collection for the larger part with undivided backs. Some cities or villages: Nunspeet, Laren, Baarn, Katwijk aan Zee, Schiedam, Bunschoten, Lisse and Hillegom. Including ±100 picture postcards showing Hilversum.
- A few w. sm. defects.
= Comprises i.a. Amersfoort, Amsterdam, Baarn, Barneveld, Delft, Dordrecht, Geldermalsen, Goes, Haarlem, Leyden, Lochem, Maastricht, Monnikendam, Noordeloos, Nunspeet, Oldenzaal, Oostvoorne, Roosendaal, Scheveningen, Schoonhoven, Schoorl and Terschelling.
- Incl. a few dam./ repaired postcards, occas. w. manuscript text on recto.
= Mainly Rotterdam views; i.a. many views of prewar Rotterdam sites and destroyed streets and buildings after the bombing in 1940. Including many with undivided backs/ photogr. cards.
= Interesting collection of picture postcards, focusing on tanks of both the English and the Germans.
ADDED: ±100 modern gelatine silver prints of WWI photographs, mainly showing (details of) bunkers and their constructions, various sizes, but mosty ±12x17 cm.
- Partly yellowed; small hole just above title; pinholes in outer corners. = Nice original design for a poster.
ADDED: Hem, P. van der (1885-1961). "Menu zaterdag 15 Oct 1921". Col. lithograph, 34x26 cm., signed on the stone, w. the signature of Y.H. WENNING in black crayon, The Hague, Lankhout, 1921.
= Attractive menu "Aan den officier Toon Dupuis van den vrienden van Pulchri".