PERELAER, M.T.H. 1831-1901; AND WILLEM ADRIAAN VAN REES. 1820-1898. RAPPARD, JOSIAS CORNELIS. 1824-1898. Illustrator. Neerlandsch-Indië Teekeningen van Jhr. J.C. Rappard. Leiden: A.W. Sijthoff, 1881-1883.

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PERELAER, M.T.H. 1831-1901; AND WILLEM ADRIAAN VAN REES. 1820-1898.
RAPPARD, JOSIAS CORNELIS. 1824-1898. Illustrator.
Neerlandsch-Indië Teekeningen van Jhr. J.C. Rappard. Leiden: A.W. Sijthoff, 1881-1883.

US$ 4,000 - 6,000
£ 3,000 - 4,600
PERELAER, M.T.H. 1831-1901; AND WILLEM ADRIAAN VAN REES. 1820-1898.
RAPPARD, JOSIAS CORNELIS. 1824-1898. Illustrator. Neerlandsch-Indië Teekeningen van Jhr. J.C. Rappard. Leiden: A.W. Sijthoff, 1881-1883.
4 volumes. Folio (412 x 302 mm). Tinted lithographic additional pictorial title page in each volume. 103 chromolithographic plates after Rappard. Uniform red morocco-backed cloth, decorated in black, silver and gilt, covers with beveled edges. Bindings rubbed, showing bumps and wear to high points, scattered foxing throughout, a few small marginal tears to page edges, especially in first title.

FIRST EDITION. The four titles, Batavia, Buitenzorg, De Buitenbezittingen and Java, form a complete set of works on the Dutch East Indies. The text for Batavia was written by van Rees, while the remaining three were by Perelaer, but it was Rappard's artwork that captured the topography and people of the East Indies that made the series a success. Rappard was an Army officer living in the Dutch colonies from 1842 to 1872. Haks & Maris p 219; Bastin & Brommer p 46.
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PERELAER, M.T.H. 1831-1901; AND WILLEM ADRIAAN VAN REES. 1820-1898. RAPPARD, JOSIAS CORNELIS. 1824-1898. Illustrator. Neerlandsch-Indië Teekeningen van Jhr. J.C. Rappard. Leiden: A.W. Sijthoff, 1881-1883.
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