GEMILANG 183: The Indonesian Keris and other Weapons (2014)

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AUCTION CATALOGUE VENDUHUIS DER NOTARISSEN, Veiling OosterseKunst & Wapens. Venduhuis der Notarissen Den Haag, 24 september 1991.
Den Haag, Venduhuis der Notarissen, 1991 Small folio, original limp wrappers, stapled. 16pp. of descriptive text to lots to be auctioned with estimates in dutch currency, captioned monochrome illustrations on 6 plates, featuring illustrations of Indonesian Keris and components, blades, handles, ukiran, ganja, pamor, motifs, sheaths and oversheaths, Keris dress, 2 full page classifications to Keris components, some japanese samurai swords, and other forms of Oriental Arts and Crafts, conditions of sale, appendix (latest arrivals) loosely inserted.
Auction catalogue Oriental Art and Weapons, e.g. Indonesian Keris and other small blank weapons, lots 1-164; japanese samurai Swords and other small weapons, tog. 312 lots plus latest arrivals. Very good copy.

EUR 75.00

Book nr.: 50870

BAMBANG HERSRINUKSMO - S. LUMINTU, Keris and senjata tradisional Indonesia lannya. Cetakan pertama (First edition).
Jakarta, Cipta Adi Pustaka, 1988 Large 8°., original cloth, gilded bold type cover title, gilded title on spine. 239pp. printed in double collumnsNumerous coloured illustrations after photographs, figures and drawings in text with classifications, indexed. ["Ensikopedi Budaya Nasional"].
Indonesian language encyclopadia solely devoted to the Indonesian Keris with detailed expert descriptions, e.g. origin and history, magic, tradition, blades, wilah, ganja, pamor, motifs, smaller Keris dress and components, decorative sheaths and oversheaths in various materials, handles. Very fine copy. Out-of-Print for a very long time. Rare.

EUR 350.00

Book nr.: 50802

BEZEMER, T.J. (introd.), Indonesian Arts and Crafts. Pictorial Atlas.
Amsterdam, Aalderink, s.d. [circa], 1932 sm. 4°. orig. boards. 16pp. of introd. in english. 1leave of addenda (printed recto/verso), loosely inserted. Tog. 245 ills. on 74 plates with captions in english-french-german and dutch.
Plates depict. Indonesian Arts & Crafs: weaving & other textile arts, woodcarvings, copper-and silver-work, the Keris & Creese-shafts (plates 209-245), Borneo interest (textiles, ills. 100-108; bamboo-ornamentation, nos. 117-119) &c...Edn. with the english language introd. is very difficult to find. Very good copy.

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- GEMILANG 165: BORNEO (Brunei-Kalimantan-Sabah-Sarawak) (2015
- GEMILANG 172: Asia, Southeastasia and the Far East (Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam). (2015)
EUR 160.00

Book nr.: 12425

BORDIGNON ELESTICI, Letizia (editor), Kris Gli Invincibili; Kris the Invincible [The invincible Krises, cover subtitle]. First edition.
Milano, Be-Ma Editrice, 1991 Small square 8°., original coloured stiff wrappers, original coloured photograph with images of three Kerisses on front cover. 141pp. of bi-lingual text, italian/english, translated by Joannes Henry Neuteboom, including numerous coloured and detailed images of the Indonesian Keris from various population groups on 60 plates with bi-lingual expert descriptions, incl. data, featuring Pamor, Handles of various materials, Ganja (upper part of the blade), metal and wooden oversheaths, keris dress (components).
Bi-lingual survey of a legandary Indonesian Weapon, the Keris. Very fine copy.

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- GEMILANG 177: African, Asian and Oceanic Arts and Crafts. (2014).
- GEMILANG 172: Asia, Southeastasia and the Far East (Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam). (2015)
EUR 85.00

Book nr.: 50656

BRAKEL, K. VAN, Een raadselachtig Wapen [Keris blade]. M. DUIJKER, Het Wapen van Bima, de Rujak Polo. Van Slagwapen tot symbool; P. LUNSINGH SCHEURLEER, In Memoriam A.J. Bernet Kempers. Published in:"Aziatische Kunst", 1992.
Amsterdam, VvAK, 1992 Original limp wrappers, stapled. pp.6-17. 17 captioned black/white illustrations featuring an antique Indo-Javanese Keris blade compared with other small antique Indonesian weapons, bibliography; pp. 18-25. With 9 captioned black/white illustrations, of which 2 full page featuring some Keris blades and a wayang kulit figure representing the hero Bima. Illustrated related advertism. ["Aziatische Kunst", 1992].
Two dutch language contributions to the Indonesia Keris and other small weapons, of which the first one is an assessment of an Antique Indo-Javanese Keris blade present in the collection of the Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam, the so-called mystery of the "Kris van Knaud"; The second contribution deals with Bima's mythical Sword, "Rujak Polo". Both contributions preceded by an "In Memoriam" to A.J. Bernet Kempers with a portrait. Very fine copy.

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- GEMILANG 142: JAVA & THE JAVANESE (2014).
- GEMILANG 177: African, Asian and Oceanic Arts and Crafts. (2014).
- GEMILANG 172: Asia, Southeastasia and the Far East (Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam). (2015)
EUR 25.00

Book nr.: 50840

BUANADJAYA, B.S., Keris Pusaka nilai Historis-Metafisis. Cetakan ke-2 [Second edition].
Solo Aneka, 1999 Small 8°., original coloured and illustrated limp glossy wrappers. 70pp. Many coloured and black/white illustrations and figures featuring the [javanese] Keris Pusaka or, Heirloom Keris, classifications to blades, pamor, handles and Keris dress (components), classification schemes and table of contents. ["Keris Pusaka", 1].
Indonesian language basic introduction and classification of the so-called Keris Pusaka, Heirloom Keris, history, metaphysics and cosmogony. Very fine copy.

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- GEMILANG 142: JAVA & THE JAVANESE (2014).
- GEMILANG 177: African, Asian and Oceanic Arts and Crafts. (2014).
- GEMILANG 172: Asia, Southeastasia and the Far East (Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam). (2015)
EUR 35.00

Book nr.: 50596

BUDIARTI, Hari, Kris and other Indonesian traditional Weapons. Published in:"Arts of Asia", Vol. 33 No. 5 (September-October 2003).
Hong Kong, Arts of Asia, 2003 4°., original coloured and illustrated limp glossy wrappers. pp.73-84. 19 fine detailed captioned coloured illustrations in text and full page featuring precious antique Keris from Indonesia, Blades, Pamor, Ganja, handles in various materials, sheaths and decorated gold and metal oversheaths, two large black/white illustrations featuring components of the Keris with identification keys, some other weapons, swords and daggers (Royal Regalia), conclusion, bibliography. Includes some other contributions on Indonesian antique art and craft objects (see below), in total 136pp. plus 33pp. of editorial and illustrated adverts. in colour.
English language contribution to antique and valuable Indonesian Kerisses and other small weapons as present in the Indonesian National Museum, Jakarta, including some other contributions, e.g. DIANA PURWANDARI, Arachological stone collection of the National Museu.; EKOWATI SUNDARI, The Ceramics collection of the National Museum; WAHYU ERNAWATI, Ethnographic collection of the National MuseumINTAN MARDIANA, Ancient Javanese Gold Artefacts collection of the Jakarta National Museum; all contributions with fine detailed coloured illustrations, references and bibliographies. Preceded by a 3pp. contribution on the Museum Pusat and her valuable collection. Very fine copy.

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- GEMILANG 177: African, Asian and Oceanic Arts and Crafts. (2014).
- GEMILANG 172: Asia, Southeastasia and the Far East (Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam). (2015)
EUR 85.00

Book nr.: 50726

CHRISTIE AUCTION SALE INDONESIAN ART - Indonesian Pictures, Watercolours, Drawings and Works of Art. The Property of the late Mrs. J.H.M. Staring-De Mol van Otterloo and from various sources. "SATRIANI"-2310. Tuesday, October 29th, 1996.
Amsterdam, Christie's, 1996 large 8°. Orig. limp pict. col. glossy wraps. 139pp. 12 plates of which coloured, num. black/white and coloured text-ills., of which a number half-page, printed estimates, Christie's complimentary slip enclosed, signed in ink by Arnold Wentholt.
A lavishly illustrated auction-catalogue listing tog. 445 lots to be auctioned: Indonesian paintings and drawings, woodcarvings, weavings (Ikats), Keris, &c. Very fine copy.

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- GEMILANG 160: Exotic Fabrics, Fibres, Dyes, Deying & Sample Albums,(Batik, Ikat, Kasuri, Tapa, design, looms). (2014)
EUR 75.00

Book nr.: 42958

CLARIJS, A.D., De Kris. Wapensmeedkunst uit Indonesië. [eerste druk; First edition.
S.I. [Arnhem], Stichting Vrienden van Bronbeek, [circa], 1995 Original wrappers, covertitle with an illustration. 40pp. Many captioned black/white illustrations in text, featuring Indonesian [= Javanese] Keris and components, pamor motifs, shapes of blades, wranka, ukiran, ganja, metal and wooden sheaths and oversheats, detailed classification of a blade, tools used in smithing procedure, bibliography, extra expert description to illustrations at end.
Dutch language survey of the Indonesian [Javanese Keris], focused upon the process of forging the Keris, including inforfmation data of metallurgic components of the blade. Very fine copy.

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- GEMILANG 177: African, Asian and Oceanic Arts and Crafts. (2014).
- GEMILANG 172: Asia, Southeastasia and the Far East (Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam). (2015)
EUR 75.00

Book nr.: 50839

COCHRAN HIRZY, E. (editor) & H. IBBITSON JESSUP, Court Arts of Indonesia. [Catalogue of a travelling exhibition]. Second Printing.
New York, Asia Society Galler/Harry N. Abrams, 1990 Small 4°., original coloured and illustrated glossy limp wrappers. 288pp. Numerous coloured plates and illustrations on plates, some double-page coloured plates, descriptive catalogue, chronology, glossary, notes, bibliography, indiex, collection and photograph credits, acknowledgements, table of contents.
Catalogue of a travelling exhibition, 1990 through 1992. Exhibition organized by The Asia House Galleries, New York, in association with the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C. Illustrations featuring Ceremonial Kerises (Kris Pusaka), ceremonial weavings, sculptures and masks, &c. Very fine copy.

EUR 95.00

Book nr.: 48775

CULTUREEL INIË [Edited by the Anthropological Section of the Amsterdam Colonial Institute], Cultureel Indië [Maandblad]. Onder Redactie van de Afdeeling Volkenkunde van het Koloniaal Instituut Amsterdam.
Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1939-1948. Volume 1-8 (1939-1946, and "Volume 9", 1948; edited by H. Hoogenberk, Anthology to volume 1-6). Together 9 volumes (All Pubished). Stout 4°., original yellow publ. cloth, covertitle in bold black type with a large black ornament at top. Approx. 2200pp. of text with numerous black/white plates, illustrations in text, sketch-maps, figures and diagrams in text, footnotes, last-minute supplementary notes at end of ech volume, bibliographies and references, tables of contents. ADDED 4°-sized, [4]pp. original publ. announcement to the first issue, 2 January 1939, loosely inserted in vol. 7.
Dutch language, however with occasional contributions in english and german, monthly with as objective the present cultural heritage of the indigenous and european contribution to a.o. Architecture, fine and applied arts as textiles (Ikat and Batik), fine arts and crafts (the Keris and other weaponry, painting, woodcarving, precious metal work, local indigenous industry, topography, etc.), Archaology and recent excavations and artefacts, ceremonies and customs of various indigenous population groups, Anthropology and Ethnology, education, etc. etc. Set includes the so-called 8th volume, being an anthology to preceding 7 volumes published in 1948, edited by H. Hoogenberk. Contributions by dutch and foreign scholars as H. Quaritch Wales, J.P. Kleiweg de Zwaan, H.T. Damsté, Georg Tillman, F.D.K. Bosch, F.H. van Naerssen, F.W. Stammeshous, Carl Schuster (et.al.). Complete set in very good condition. Rare. (Volumes 1, 7 and 8 bound in original yellow publ. cloth; vols. 2, 3, 5, 6 in parts, with matching yellow covers, as published WITH matching cloth portfolios; vol. 4 in private blue cloth with gilded title on spine)

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EUR 950.00

Book nr.: 50518

DAUPHIN, Cédric DE, The Hilts of the Kriss; Les Poignées de Kriss. [And other contributions on Primitive Art]. Published in:"KAOS", L'Accrossonge, Galerie dárt primitif.
Paris, Claude Lebas-Argosti, 2002 Large 8°., original illustrated and coloured heavy limp wrappers. pp. 149-169, bi-lingual expert contribution, french-english, with 91 very fine coloured illustrations, of which 1 full page, featuring top quality carved antique Indonesian Keris Handles, wood, ivory, bone and other materials, with expert comments, incl. history, origin, definitions and areas of distribution (principal centers of Hundu and Buddhist influence) accompanied by a marginal sketch map with names of centers. In total 251pp. of bi-lingual, french-english, contributions, with numerous coloured illustrations and plates, illustrated related adverts. at very end. ["Parcours des Mondes", No. 1].
FIRST publication of this Paris Gallery of Primitive Art, with many expert contributions featuring top quality highlights of rare primitive art objects from Oceania, Africa, Indonesia, South America, etc. Very fine copy.

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- GEMILANG 177: African, Asian and Oceanic Arts and Crafts. (2014).
- GEMILANG 172: Asia, Southeastasia and the Far East (Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam). (2015)
EUR 145.00

Book nr.: 50621

DIELES, J.G., Blanke Wapens uit de gordel van smaragd. [Overzicht van de slag- en steekwapens afkomstig uit deIndische Archipel en zijn invloedssfeer, cover subtitle]. Tweede druk [Second edition].
Amsterdam, Samurai Wapenhandel, 1980 Small 8°., original limp wrappers, covertitle with an illustration of a Keris. [98]pp. of text, incl. expert descriptions to illustrations, numerous detailed monochrome illustrations with captions, for the greater part illustrating the Indonesian Keris, blades, sheaths and oversheats, ukiran, ganja, and some ofher small indonesian weapons, daggers, knives, blowpipes, concise list of sources consulted, preface and introduction. WITH an original press cutting from a dutch newspaper, book review, loosely added.
Lavishly illustrated dutch language survey of Indonesian small weapons, with emphasis on the Indonesian Keris. Very fine copy.

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- GEMILANG 177: African, Asian and Oceanic Arts and Crafts. (2014).
- GEMILANG 172: Asia, Southeastasia and the Far East (Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam). (2015)
EUR 75.00

Book nr.: 50935

DRAEGER, DONN F., Weapons and Fighting Arts of Indonesia. Fifth Printing [First published 1972].
Boston-Rutland-Tokyo, Tuttle publishing, 2000 Original coloured and illustrated limp wrappers. 254pp. Many black/white illustrations in text, reproduced after photographs, numerous illustrations in text after drawings featuring all kinds of indonesian traditional weapons, bibliography, glossary-index, index, including an index to People, Tribes, Races, Deities, list of illustrations, table of contents.
Fifth impression of this still important monograph illustrating and describing indonesian blank weapons and [un] armed combat. Photo-illustrations of reasonable quality. Very fine copy. Out-of-Print.

EUR 65.00

Book nr.: 48919

DUUREN, D. VAN, Een teruggevonden Indo-Javaans Unicum: De 'Kris van Knaud'. In:Äziatische Kunst", 34-2.
Amsterdam, "VVAK", 2004 sm. 8°. Orig. limp wraps. page 1-19. 11 very detaild text-ills, of which 7 coloured, notes to essay at end.
Excellent attempt of an analytical history and description of the curious and very rare Indo-Javanese kris-blade, present in the holdings of the Royal Tropical Institute, K.I.T., Amsterdam, commonly called "De Kris van Knaud". This rare blade, originally acquired by Charles Knaud [Java, 1840-.X), of which a plaster cast and a photograph was present in the holdings of the Bataviaasch Museum of Arts and Archaeology in the 19th century, and later extensively described, with a full-p. plate in N.J. Krom's 'Hindoe-Javaansche Kunst' (2-volume edn., 1920). A very interesting essay.

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EUR 20.00

Book nr.: 43844

DUUREN, D. VAN, Krissen in het Rijksmuseum te Amsterdam. Published in:"Aziatische Kunst", 26-6 (juni 1996).
Amsterdam, Aziatische kunst, 1996 Original limp wrappers, stapled. pp.2-17. 13 captioned black/white illustrations featuring antique Keris from Java, Sumatra and Bali. Footnotes/references, bibliography, partly illustrated related advertism. ["Aziatische Kunst", vol. 26-6].
Dutch language comparative assessment of antique Javanese, Sumatran and Belinese Keris present in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam Asiatic Art holdings, e.g. shapes of blades, pamor motifs, ganja, ukiran, handles, sheaths and oversheaths. Includes a name list of donators. This issue also holds a concise contribution describing a curious antique piece of Chinese porcelain. Very fine copy.

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- GEMILANG 142: JAVA & THE JAVANESE (2014).
- GEMILANG 173: Sumatera/Sumatra (incl. Enggano, Nias, Mentawei) (2014).
- GEMILANG 177: African, Asian and Oceanic Arts and Crafts. (2014).
- GEMILANG 184: Bali and Lombok (2014)
- GEMILANG 172: Asia, Southeastasia and the Far East (Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam). (2015)
EUR 25.00

Book nr.: 50841
     

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