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Mark Spencer

This "tale of two kings", a remarkable historiographical achievement, earned Basin the characterisation of "one of the greatest historians of the fifteenth century".

The Auction Catalogue of the Library of F. Gomarus (Leiden, 1641)

A Facsimile Edition with an Introduction and Indexes


Edited by E. Dekker, J. Knoop and C.M.L. Verdegaal

With an introduction and indexes by E. Dekker, J. Knoop and C.M.L. Verdegaal.


Edited by Alie Bijker

Describes the collection of Horatiana in Groningen University Library, donated to the Library in 1871 and gradually enlarged since then. With over 1300 volumes this Horace collection is one of the largest in the world.

Chr. Plantin

Edited by R. Breugelmans

Facsimile with introduction, transcription and translation by R. Breugelmans.

The Utrecht Psalter in Medieval Art

Picturing the Psalms of David

Edited by Koert van der Horst, William Noel and W.C.M. Wüstefeld

With authorative contributions on the historical, stylistic, and iconographic context of this masterpiece of Carolingian Renaissance by R. McKitterick, K. van der Horst, K. Corrigan, F. Mütherich, and W. Noel, and including the catalogue of the 1996 exhibition on the Utrecht Psalter at the Museum Catharijneconvent, Utrecht.

Peter C.J. van der Krogt

With bibliography of globes made in the Low Countries, ca. 1525-1800.

The Seventeenth-Century Orange-Nassau Library

The Catalogue Compiled by Anthonie Smets in 1686, the 1749 Auction Catalogue and Other Contemporary Sources

Edited by A.D. Renting and J.T.C. Renting-Kuijpers

Edited with introduction and notes. With notes on the manuscripts by A.S. Korteweg.

A Choice of Corals

Facets of Fifteenth-Century Hebrew Printing


A.K. Offenberg

Eight studies, including:
• Literature on Hebrew incunabula since the Second World War,
• Notes on Hebrew printing at Naples about 1490,
• A list of copies of Hebrew incunabula, disappeared since the outbreak of the Second World War.

Eleven Catalogues by Reinier Leers (1692-1709)

A Reproduction Edition with Introduction


With an introduction and indexes by H.H.M. van Lieshout and O.S. Lankhorst.


T.S.J.G. Bögels

Basson takes a prominent place among the publishers and booksellers who served the Leiden academic institutions. Contains a full bibliography of publications (187 entries).