GEMILANG 145: The Moluccas/Republik Maluku Selatan (2015).

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BERG, P. VAN DEN, Oleng en Ateng. 2e druk.
Delft, [1968]. sm.8°. orig. pict. col. boards. 94pp. frontisp, drawings in text and full-p. by [H. Hehuat]. BUUR, I.J., 1105.
Juvenile. Describes daily life of 2 small Ambonese schoolboys from a KNIL milieu, with references to the atmosphere of Moluccan families, temporarily housed in Camp "Schattenberg", the Netherlands.

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EUR 25.00

Book nr.: 37002

BERG VAN SAPAROEA, C.J.G.L. VAN DEN, De Tragedie op het Eiland Saparoea in het jaar 1817 tijdens den Opstand in de Molukken. Waarin is opgenomen het boeiend relaas van den eenigen, bij den moord in het Fort Duurstede gespaarden ooggetuige, den kleinen Nean Lubbert van den Bergh.Publ. in:"BKI", vol. 104-2/3.
's-Gravenhage, Nijhoff, 1948 orig. wraps. pp. 237-336. portr., ills. on 5 plates, of which some facsims, fold. sketch-map of Ceram, list of literature cited.
Discussion of the 1817 rebellion in the Moluccas and in particular of the events on Saparua, May 16th, when the Resident, J. L. van den Bergh and the dutch population, fled to fortress "Duurstede", were massacred. Author attempts to show that the resident, his great-grandfather, has been falsely blamed for the deteat on Saparua. The causes of the rebellion are analysed by means of an evaluation of earlier publications, with additional information from archival sources. Also a detailed description of the events on Saparua is supplied, mainly based on the memoires of the Resident's son, J.L. van den Berg, the only surviving eyewitness of the massacre. Finalle the suppression of the rebellion in November 1817 is dealt with briefly. (POLMAN, Central Moluccas...op.cit.). Good copy.

EUR 125.00

Book nr.: 44794

BERGE, G. TEN, Met open ogen. Gesprek met Hein ten Berge over zijn jaren in Nederlandsch-Indië als leraar in Moentilan en in Japanse krijgsgevangenschap. (1929-1949). [Eerste enige druk/first and only edition].
Maarssen, the author, d. [circa], 1995 sm. sq. 8°. Orig. stiff coloured pictorial wraps, after a design by Daphne van Ark. 67pp. Many sepia-coloured ills. after original photographs on 8 unnumbered lvs. at very end, text-ills. after drawings and a small plan in text of the dutch Jesuit College at Moentilan, Java.
Author's "interview" with his uncle, Mr. Hein ten Berge (1906-1994), relating his life and career as a layman-teacher at the dutch Jesuit College at Moentilan, Java, incl. extensive notes on Jesuit missionary labour and education in colonial Indonesia and his 3-year stay as a P.O.W. in a Japanese camp on Haruku (Moluccas). Privately published. A very fine copy.

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EUR 55.00

Book nr.: 50198

BHINNEKA TUNGGAL IKA (Werkgroep Universitas Pattimura Ambon), De positieve rol van de Molukker buinnen het moderne Indonesië. Jaargang 1-2 [= part 1-2; First edition].
Ambon, Universitas Pattimura Ambon, 1976 2 parts. Small folio. Original glossy coloured and illustrated limp wrappers, stapled. 16, 13pp. of cyclostyled text (versos blank). Part 2 NOT called-for in holdings Royal Imstitute of Linguistics and Anthropology, KITLV (part 1 only).
Dutch language scholarly investigation assessing the positive social participation by Moluccans in modern Indonesia. Very fine copy.

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EUR 75.00

Book nr.: 55434

BIK, A.J., Dagverhaal eener reis, gedaan in het jaar 1824, tot nadere verkenning der eilanden Kefing, Goram, Groot-en Klein Kei en de Aroe-eilanden. Orig. edn.
Leiden, A.W. Sijthoff, 1928 orig. gilt lettered cloth, gilt lettered spine. Hftitle (verso with a small vignette). (xi), 131(recte blank), [2]pp. frontisp.(author's portrait), 15 plates of which 3 fold. and coloured, 1 fold. sketch-map, large fold. sketch-map at end of volume, initials in red, table with annotations, table o contents, overall text printed within a thin, blue coloured line-border.
Text-edn. after the diary by A.J. Bik, as kept during his journey to the Seram Laut, Gorong, Kei and Aru Islands in 1824. He was sent to this part of the Moluccas by command of the then Governor-General of dutch colonial Indonesia, G.A.G.Ph. Van der Capellen with a commission to explore the socio-economic conditions and the trade situation in the area and to consolidate relations with the local leaders. They were also invited to visit the Governor-General on Banda. pp. 6-40 deal with his visit to Keffing(Kefing on Title!), Gorong, Kataloka and Ondor(March 26-April 10). A fine copy, with a Ms. dedication in ink by author, directed to [mr.] N.C. Muller, signed and dated Feb. 1929. Very rare.

EUR 475.00

Book nr.: 44834

BINTARTI, D.D.(et. al.), Laporan Hasil survai Kepurbakalaan di Daerah Maluku Tengah.(Pulau Ambon, Seram dan Sekitarnya).
Djakarta, 1977 large 8°. orig. silver wrps. 46pp. ills. and sketch-maps on 11 plates o.o.t., tabs. in text and full-p."Berita Penelitian Arkeologi, No. 8."
Survey of excavation of ethnogr. objects, incl. jewellery, in the Moluccas. Mint copy.

EUR 30.00

Book nr.: 9309

BOER, G. DE & D. BOUKEMA, Verkenning op Ambon. Reisimpressies van Molukse eilanden Ambon en Saparua. [Eerste druk;First edition].
Hoevelaken, Christelijk Pedagogisch Studiecentrum, 1988 Small 4°., original limp wrappers, large illustration on front cover. 135pp. Many black/white illustrations in text after original photographs, sketch-map of the regions visited, some illustrations after drawings, list of literature consulted, concise biogr. note to authors with portraits on lower outer cover, photo-credits, table of contents.
Dutch language scientific report with date on the population of Ambon and Saparua, The Moluccas, collected during a visit to these two Islands; male-female and other kinship relations, education of children, religion, sports and games, daily occupations, means of subsistence, non-indigenous population groups as chinese, leisure, female emancipation, language instruction, habitat, army, traffic and transport, etc. An excellent piece of information. Very good copy.

EUR 55.00

Book nr.: 50355

BOIS, J.P.I. DU, Vies des Gouverneurs-Généraux. Avec l'Abrégé de l'histoire des Etablissemens Hollandois aux Indes Orientales;Ouvrage où l'on trouve l'Origine de la Compagnie des Provinces Uniés, ses premiers Traités de Commerce, la Fondation de Batavia, les deux Sièges memorables de cette Ville, les Conquètes des.
Hollandois aux Moluques, á Amboine, Banda, Macassar, Ceylan, Malabar...leurs Guerres, leurs Alliances, leurs Progrès, leurs Desastres, la Perte de Formose, les Rébellions des Insulaires d'Amboine, de Macassar & de Java, les Differends de la Compagnie avec d'autres Nations Européennes, le Soulèvement & le Massacre des Chinois à Batavia & en général tous les Evenemens...Orig. & only edn. La Haye, P. de Hondt, 1763. 4°. Navy hf.leather binding. with new endpapers. [6], 351, 48pp. 2 fold. copper engraved plates, 31 copper-engraved maps and plans, of which many folding, 1 full-p. plate, engraved portraits and decorations
This magnifiscent and very rare publication has been rebound in a navy hf.leather Sangorski and Sutcliffe binding. Deals a.o. with the establishment of V.O.C. charter over Indonesia, the founding of Jacatra (Batavia) by its most famous Governor Jan Pietersz. Coen, the 2 sieges of Batavia by Sultan Agung of Mataram, V.O.C. expeditions and conquests of the Moluccas, the Spice-monopoly, expeditions agains Macassar, Ambon, the first V.O.C. commercial treaties, alliances, the loss of Formosa, Lives of Governors-General of the Indies, the Batavia Massacre of the Chinese under Zwaardecroon, 1744,further expansion of the V.O.C., &c...&c...A very good and handsome Large-Paper copy. Rarissime. (last orig.blank gone, tiny, restored, tear to lower margin of 1 plate, not affecting the image, some occas. creasing of plans and maps, small mark upper cover and 2 tiny rubs to spine)

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EUR 8,395.00

Book nr.: 37255

BOOY, H.Th. DE, Eenzame Tropenzeeën. Met Hr.Ms. "Halmaheira"tussen eilanden en riffen.
Amsterdam, 1957 orig.pict.col. cloth. 159pp. Text-ills. after drawings by G. Mazure, track map. BUUR, PD, 1867.
Patrolling the Moluccan seas: Ambon, Ceram, Saparua, Tanembar-Islands.

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EUR 15.00

Book nr.: 37003

BOSE, C.M.E.R.C. VON, Een en ander over het eiland Amboina. Orig. edn.
Nijmegen-Arnhem, E. & M. Cohen, 1898 Orig. lettered wraps. Hftitle (verso blank). 52pp. Qirh 8 photogr. plates, mainly of topographical interest, one showing an ambonese bridal couple, footnotes, publ. list on 2 unnumbered lvs. at very end. POLMAN, Central Moluccas, 120.
Publication of a lecture by a former captain of the Royal Dutch East Indian Army, KNIL, who was stationed on Ambon from 1892 till 1896, in connection with the earthquake on the island in January, 1898. Impressions of the journey to Ambon via Banda, the town of Ambon and itspublic buildings, the population and daily life, and fauna. (POLMAN, Central Moluccas, op.cit.). Good copy. (a little bit of dog-earing).

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EUR 145.00

Book nr.: 44322

BOSSCHER, D. & B. WAALDIJK, Ambon, Eer en Schuld. Politiek en pressie rond de Republiek Zuid-Molukken.
Weesp, 1985 orig. limp pict. col. wraps. 254pp. text-ills, of which some full-p, also asfter facsim. plates, short bibliogr.
Politics and pression around the Republik Maluku Selatan, the Soumokil independence-proclamation, the subsequent repatriation of South Moluccans, KNIL-members, to the Netherlands, the attitude of various dutch political parties towards South Moluccan independence, the unfilled promises of dutch administration, &c...

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EUR 55.00

Book nr.: 37004

[BOUT, H.] (Introd.), Ambon en het geweten der kerk. Documentatie inzake het adres van het Comité [Bout].
Utrecht, nd. [c. 1960]. sm.8°. orig. wraps. 55pp. Loosely added 2 leaflets by the same Committee on the same subject.
Note, issued by the so-called committee "Bout" (allied dutch Protestant churches), strongly advocating the universal right of independence for the South Moluccas, the R.M.S., &c...

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EUR 70.00

Book nr.: 37005

BUIJZE, W., ë Rumphius Bibliotheek op Ambon 1654-1702 en een Biografisch Lexicon van wetenschappelijke contacten destijds in Azië en vanuit Azië met Europa. [Eerste druk; First edition].
S.I., The author, W. Buijze, 2004 Stout 8°. Original glossy limp wrappers. Large monochrome illustration on front cover explained on verso of french title listing two citations, one in french by Marguérite Yourencar and Voiltaire (translated into dutch), covertitle in bold white type. (xv), 422pp. Some captioned monochrome illustrations drawn by author, Facsims. after archivalia on 13pp. featuring ti.-p.'s and specimen of correspondence, table of literature consulted, 6 captioned area charts on 3 pages,index, table of contents.
Privately published and Very detailed dutch language annotated bibliography describing the so-called "Rumphuus Library", holdings of the Pattimura University Ambon city, which includes, which includesa biographic Lexicon listing scientific and scholarly relations between Asia and Europe, v.v. Still an important and impressive goldmine of bibliographi information behalf of modern scholarly research. Georg Everhard Rumphius, of german ancestry, in which a piecures is drawn about his life as a V.O.C. servant, his posting on the Moluccan Island Group and his scientific achievements into natural history of Ambon Island and dependencies, his journeys and tours of duty, correspondence with his contemporaries and scientific results published in some major scientitic works about a variety of topics. Paperback edition (as orig. published by author). Very fine copy. Rumphius, originall Rumpf, was a German-born botanist engaged by the Dutch East India Company, in dutch abbreviation V.O.C., posted in what is now eastern-Indonesia, or the Moluccan Island group and beyond. Rumphius is best known for his major scientific work Herbarium Ambonensis, the first publication about tropical plant systems especially focused on the Moluccas. Also his second scientific publication, 1702, is his systematic description, with illustrations, of molluscs and shellfish collected from the Ambon Sea by local assistants.

EUR 125.00

Book nr.: 56309

BUIJZE, W., Leven en werk van Georg Everhard Rumphus (1627-1702). Een natuurhistoricus in dienst van de VOC. [Eerste druk; First edition].
S.I., The author, W. Buijze, 2006 Stout 8°. Original glossy limp wrappers. Large monochrome illustration on front cover explained on verso of french title, covertitle in bold white type. (xiii), 367pp. Some captioned monochrome illustrations drawn by author, many captioned monochrome facsims. after archivalia and original photographs, acptioned area sketch-maps in text, appendices, bibliography, index, table of contents.
Very detailed dutch language biography of Georg Everhard Rumphius, of german ancestry, in which a piecures is drawn about his life as a V.O.C. servant, his posting on the Moluccan Island Group and his scientific achievements into natural history of Ambon Island and dependencies, his journeys and tours of duty, correspondence with his contemporaries and scientific results published in some major scientitic works about a variety of topics. Paperback edition (as orig. published by author). Very fine copy. Rumphius, originall Rumpf, was a German-born botanist engaged by the Dutch East India Company, in dutch abbreviation V.O.C., posted in what is now eastern-Indonesia, or the Moluccan Island group and beyond. Rumphius is best known for his major scientific work Herbarium Ambonensis, the first publication about tropical plant systems especially focused on the Moluccas. Also his second scientific publication, 1702, is his systematic description, with illustrations, of molluscs and shellfish collected from the Ambon Sea by local assistants.

EUR 75.00

Book nr.: 56305

CAMPEN, C.F.H., Uit een nog onuitgegeven werk over een terra incognita. Beschrijving van het district Kau. In:"TAG I-2(1884)".
S.L.[Amsterdam], [....], 1884 recent limp wraps. pp.271-290. With a fold. sketch-map at end.
Geographical and ethnographical description of the district KAU (Moluccas). After an account of environment and climate, brief notes are provided on local government, ethnic groups (:Tobelorese, Pagu, Modole, Tugutil) and villages, means of subsistence, ethnic religion, administration of justice and taxes, housing, clothing, marriage, funeral and music.(Polman, N. Moluccas, op.cit.).

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EUR 55.00

Book nr.: 37008

CHAMBON, A. (A.W.P. Angenent), Marine Gewoonten en gebruiken.
Den Helder, c. 1935 Cloth, gilt lettered, 143pp., some text-ills. "Vandersteng-serie no. 2."
Naval customs of the Royal Dutch Navy, with extensive references to the N.E.I.

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EUR 20.00

Book nr.: 10540

CLERCQ, F.S.A. DE, Bijdragen tot de kennis der Residentie Ternate. Orig. edn.
Leiden, 1890 orig. wraps. (xxi),359, 13, 11pp. With 4 chromolithogr. plates (lithographed by P.J.Mulder, Leyden), 2 double-page col. plates (depict. ceremonial banners of Ternate and Tidore), 4 maps of which 2 double-p. "RUINEN, A 84".
An important geographical, historical, ethnographical and linguistic study of Ternate by the [then] Resident of Ternate, period 1885-1888.The first division is a travelogue with descriptions and notes on the ethnographical and economic conditions on Ternate; the 2nd. division is a concise chronicle of the most important events covering the period 1257-1888, whilst the 3rd division is a grammar and glossary of the language as spoken on Ternate, incl. orig. texts, not transcribed, and a glossary ternatese-dutch. A very rare publication. Good copy.

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EUR 450.00

Book nr.: 37009

COLLINS, JAMES T. & SUSAN McKINNON (editors), CAKALELE: Maluku Research Journal/majalah penelitian maluku. Voloume 2-number 1-1991.
Manoa, Center for Southeast Asian studies, University of Hawaii, 1991 Original limp wrappers, with a large illustration on front side. 69pp. References at end of each essay, bookreview, advertism. incl. general info. on Cakalele on last 2 unnumbered lvs., sketch-map of Southeast Asia inside lower outer wrapper, conditions on verso of front wrapper.
Odd issue of this bi-annual publication, containing tog. three scholarly essays on Maluku, e.g. David T. Baldwin, Ritual Leadership: Ethnographic notes on the Taliabu initiation festival; Fridus Steijlen, An unexplored history: Nationalism among the Moluccans in the Netherlands, 1951-19990; Kathie Carpenter, Review article: J.P.B. De Josselin De Jong's Wetan Fieldnotes...Very good copy.

EUR 45.00

Book nr.: 46936

COLLINS, JAMES T. & SUSAN McKINNON (editors), CAKALELE: Maluku Research Journal/majalah penelitian maluku. Voloume 1-numbers 1/2-1990.
Manoa, Center for Southeast Asian studies, University of Hawaii, 1990 Original limp wrappers, with a large illustration on front side. 103pp. References at end of each essay, bookreview, advertism. incl. general info. on Cakalele on last 2 unnumbered lvs., sketch-map of Southeast Asia inside lower outer wrapper, conditions on verso of front wrapper, orig. subscription form, unused, at very end.
First complete volume of this bi-annual publication, containing tog. six scholarly essays on Maluku, e.g.: Charles H. Lamoureux, Maluku: Its place in the history of Science; Richard Chauvel, Republik Maluku Selaton and social change in Ambonese society during the late colonial period; Matthew Springs, Archaeological and ethnoarchaeological research in Haluku 1977: an unfinished story. And four other contributions in the same field. Very good copy.

EUR 65.00

Book nr.: 46937
     

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