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Bert Van Selm

BERT VAN SELM The introduction of the printed book auction catalogue Previous history, conditions and consequences of an innovation in the book trade of the Dutch Republic around 1600. Part II Leiden stock auctions in 1606 and 1607 In 1606 the earliest known catalogue appeared which contains no

Bert Van Selm

BERT VAN SELM The introduction of the printed book auction catalogue Previous history, conditions and consequences of an innovation in the book trade of the Dutch Republic around 1600* - Part I 'Unus colligit, alius collecta dispergit' (Hartmann Schedel)1 1. INTRODUCTION As we shall see in what

Jan Pauwels

BRILL Qut£rendo 38 (2008) 333-345 ~ www.brill.nl/qua Selling the Book Trade: the International Distribution of Nineteenth-Century Book Auction Catalogues from the Southern Netherlands Jan Pauwels Royal Library of Belgium, Brussels Abstract During the nineteenth century book auction catalogues

The Auction Catalogue of William Ames

A Facsimile Edition with Introduction

With an introduction by K. Sprunger.

Christian Coppens

BRILL Qut£rendo 38 (2008) 359-380 ~ www.brill.nl/qua A Post-Mortem Inventory Turned into a Sales Catalogue: a Screening of the Auction Catalogue of the Library of Charles Duke of Croy, Brussels I6I4 Christian Coppens Catholic University ofLeuven, Belgium Abstract The article deals with the

The Auction Catalogue of the Library of Dirk Canter

A Facsimile Edition with Introduction

With an introduction by J.A. Gruys.

The Auction Catalogue of the Library of J. Arminius

A Facsimile Edition with Introduction

With an introduction by C.O. Bangs.

The Auction Catalogue of the Library of J.J. Scaliger

A Facsimile Edition with Introduction

With an introduction by H.J. de Jonge.
With an introduction by J.D. Bangs.

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.