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From newsletter 17:

24. (WHITMAN, Walt). PEAUX, J. Mannen van beteekenis in onze dagen. Walt Whitman. Haarlem, Tjeenk Willink, 1892. Original wrappers. (56) p. numbered 245-300. Wood-engraved frontispice. First edition. Backstrip worn at top and foot. Cover slightly browned, text paper a bit foxed.

€ 35

* One volume of the long-running Dutch series of biographies of great men in 'Mannen van beteekenis' (= Men of Importance), published separately in wrappers. Written in June 1892, three months after Whitman's death. Poems cited in English.

25. WHITMAN, Walt. WAGENVOORT (vert.), Maurits Natuurleven. (Leaves of Grass). Vertaald door Maurits Wagenvoort. Met portret van den dichter. Haarlem, Erven Bohn, 1898. Original cloth-backed boards. XII, 180 p. With portrait of the poet. First edition. Second binding (about 1910). Some foxing.

€ 50

* The first translation into Dutch.


From newsletter 15:

23. WHITMAN, Walt Gesang von mir selbst. Übertragen und eingeleitet von Max Hayek. Leipzig / Wien, Verlag der Wiener Graphischen Werkstätte, 1920. 22,5 x 15 cm. Starch marbled boards with a title ticket. 116 p. With a portrait of the author by Sascha Kronberg. First edition of this translation. Spine ends a bit damaged. Cover loosening. Owner's stamp on title page ('Dr. Sophie Rosenzweig').

€ 30

* Translation of ‘Song of myself’. Decorative edition.

From newsletter 14:

22.  (WHITMAN, Walt). SCHLAF, Johannes Walt Whitman. Berlin, Schuster & Loeffler Verlag, [1904]. Gilt purple calf. 92 p. Illustrated. Second thousand. Slight wear. Some foxing. Rubbed-out inscription on first free endpaper. Frontispice portrait loose, its silk paper cover removed. 

€ 28

* Attractive little study with art-nouveau decorations designed by Heinrich Vogeler.