2970 - 3959 OLD AND RARE BOOKS
- Without the prize; (sl./ vaguely) waterstained in upper margin/ upper half throughout; a few scattered school library stamps (1x on title-p.); hinges starting but strong. Spine creased and lacking 2 portions of leather; letterpiece sl. dam.; ties lacking.
= Dibdin II, p.443; Ebert 21938; Schweiger p.980: "Sein Erläuterungen bes. über d. Sprache sind höchst schätzbar". Spoelder 3 and 4.
- Trifle/ sl. foxed. Binding (sl.) rubbed along extremities; upper joint starting at top; ties broken/ lacking.
= Spoelder 4. Hoogeveen's famous edition of Vigerus' work on Greek grammar.
- (Sl.) foxed. Bindings worn along extremities; upper joint of vol. 1 split but holding on cords; top of spine vol. 2 chipped; ties lacking.
= Both vols. with schoolprize to Henric Jacob James bound in front, dated 1856 (vol. 1 fold. lithogr. and vol. 2 fold. letterpress, both w. dec. border. Both w. (closed) tear in inner margin). Spoelder 4.
- WIthout the schoolprize. Leather on covers sl. rubbed; backstrip sl. creased and gilding sl. rubbed; lacks ties.
= Spoelder 3; Schweiger II, p.385.
- Without the prize; bookplate of H.J. van Eerligh on upper pastedown. Lacks ties; vellum sl. soiled; gilt rubbed on both covers; gilt on backcover w. a few small pink stains, affecting the coat of arms.
= Spoelder 1.
- Without the prize. Binding w. a few unobtrusive stains. = Spoelder 2; Schweiger p.492.
- Without the prize; lacks portrait; frontisp. trifle yellowed.
= Spoelder 5; Schweiger II, p.1100: "Burmann's eigene Ausstattungen sind von grossem Werthe".
- Without the schoolprize. Mor. letterpiece partly worn off; lacks ties.
= Spoelder 4; Schweiger p.25.
- Without the prize. Contents foxed. = Spoelder 4.
AND 2 other schoolprize bindings: of GRONINGEN, gilt calf w. coat of arms within ornamental border on both covers (Spoelder 4), on HERODOTUS, Historiam Libri IX (Leipsic, 1825) and of AMERSFOORT, gilt calf w. gilt coat of arms on both covers (Spoelder 7), on ARISTOPHANES, Comoedia Plutus (Harlingen, 1744).
- Without the schoolprize; contents occas. trifle browned. Gilding frontcover trifle rubbed. = Spoelder 1.
- Without the prize. One tie broken; joints and spine-ends sl. rubbed; letterpiece chipped.
= Spoelder 3; Schweiger p.831: "Diese schätzbare Ausg. soll schon längst nicht mehr im Handel zu haben sein".
- Fold. prize repaired w. tape; browned/ foxed. Board edges rubbed; spines sl. worn; top of spine vol. 2 dam.
= WITH the tipped-in letterpress prize w. manuscript entries to "J.A. van Hamel", dated "VII Februarii MDCCCXXV (1825)" and w. manuscript dedication from Joost Adriaan van Hamel to his son Gerard Anton van Hamel (1842-1917, Dutch law professor and politician) as a school prize, dated "II die Julii Mensis MDCCCLVIII (1858)". On the binding: Spoelder, Leeuwarden 3.
- Frontisp. and title-p. loose. Calf partly worn away along board edges. = Spoelder 1.
- Without the prize. Otherwise a very fine copy.
= On the binding: Spoelder 5 and Storm van Leeuwen 4.2.11. On the contents: Hoffmann I, p.13; Schweiger p.3. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXX.
- Without prize; first title-p. loose. Gilt on covers sl. rubbed; sm. stain on both covers; without ties.
= Spoelder 6.
Schoolprize binding of Utrecht: full gilt vellum w. blindst. coat of arms of Utrecht within ornamental border and floral ornament in all corners, spine w. gilt fleurons. - ON: Vergilius Maro, P. Opera in tironum gratiam perpetua annotatione. Ed. C. F. Wunderlich. Leipsic, Librariae Hahnianae, 1828, 2 parts in 1 vol., LXVIII,483; (2),438p.
- Foxed; sm. tear in title-p. Joints split(ting); sm. portion of vellum on spine worn off; lacks ties.
= Spoelder 9. Cf. Schweiger p.563 (ed. 1822).
AND 1 other schoolprize binding.
- Without the schoolprize. Gilding on backstrip and mor. letterpiece sl. worn away; lacks ties.
= Spoelder 1; Dibdin II, p.348 ("This is a very elegant and desirable edition").
- One vol. lacking one chain over spine; some dents and chips in metal; leather rubbed/ brittle. Contents in mediocre condition. Sold w.a.f.
= One binding w. "1887" inscribed in metal.
- Occas. vaguely waterst. Joints splitting. = Pettegree/ Walsby 5330; this edition not in Adams.
- Some lvs. w. waterstain in upper outer corner, otherwise fine.
= Rare dutch translation of the works by A.W. Böhme, chaplain to the consort of Queen Anne, prince George of Denmark.
- Plates sl. foxed. Joints and spine-ends carefully restored; spine cracked; trifle worn along extremities. = Cohen/ De Ricci 171.