967 - 1044 INDONESIA. BOOKS, MAPS, PLANS AND VIEWS, PHOTOGRAPHS, PRINTS, DRAWINGS AND PAINTINGS, SCULPTURES
= Incl. several photographs by Studio Lux (Garoet) and Kurkdjian (Soerabaja). Varied collection, incl. mostly landscapes and natural wonders (i.a. the Bromo spewing smoke and during a religious feast where a chicken is to be sacrificed above the crater (according to annots. on verso)) as well as town views, architecture and a few portraits.
= With views of people ploughing their ricefields; fires to keep away the plague in Malang; people on the river Wendit; Kali Brantas in Malang; tailors in Bandoeng and indogenous plants and flowers.
ADDED: 3 stereophotographs of people in Indian scenes (publ. by Underwood & Underwood).
= Private shots. Photographs of i.a. a meeting of tribal heads at Woenga, a grave at Wari-Kaboebak and people harvesting.AND ±20 stereoscopic glass negative slides, ±1925, showing people at work on the fields and views of the jungle, together in 2 contemp. board boxes w. lid.
- All folded.
= Probably showing a battle scene from one of the hindu epics.
= Verso frame w. ticket of "Art Gallery Pandy Sanur Bali".
- Outer blank margins sl. yellowed. = Haks/ Maris p.46.
- Small tear in left side; remnants of tape on verso.
- Varnish sl. soiled/ yellowed.
- Unevenly yellowed. = Illustrated in De Gebroeders Dooijewaard (Hilv., 1966), p.87.
- Both vols. owner's entry on first free endpaper; 1st vol. upper pastedown w. creases. Second vol. waterstain on frontcover.
= Facs. reprint of the ed. London 1817.
= Facs. reprint of the ed. London, 1817.
- Endpapers and first and last few lvs. foxed. Lower joint dam. near foot of spine.
AND 2 others in 6 vols., J. KUNST, Music in Java (The Hague, 3rd enl. ed., 2 vols., orig. unif. cl. w. dustwr.) and P. VETH, Java (Haarlem, 1912, new ed., 4 vols., orig. unif. cl. w. gilt spine).
- Sm. library stamp on title-p. and leaf.
= Rouffaer/ Muller c.30. J.I. de Rochemont published his first work under the pseudonym "Maurits" and defended the actions of governor general of the Dutch-Indies James Loudon during the first failed expedition to Atjeh in 1873. Loudon en Atsjin was written by Rochemont after the second expedition and praises Loudon and reviles his enemies.
- Penultimate leaf sm. closed tear in lower margin; a few scattered owner's stamps.
= Errata leaf bound with at the end.