GEMILANG 132: Maritime History, Shipping and Tourism (2015).

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MOOR, D. DE (Compiler), Necro Mare # Junyo Maru. (Dodenzee door het Slavenschip Junyo Maru).
Montfoort, s.n. [The Compiler], [....], 1996 Small 4°., original spiralled plastic spine with clearview limp plastic protective sheet. [7], 2; 25pp. of text, versos blank. Compiler's introduction and synoptical history of the japanese occupation of the Dutch East Indies on [7]pp., 2pp. with supplementary historical notes on the S.S. Junyo Maru, followed by a 25pp. compilation concerning an eye-witness report from a dutch P.O.W., a mate, describing the Junyo Maru disaster.
Dutch language compilation extracted from an original unpublished manuscript by Willem Punt, under the title "652; Built in Liverpool 1908", with as topic the part describing the torpedoeing, by H.M.S. "Tradewind", of the S.S. "Junijo Maru", a japanese freighter(built Liverpool 1908), 18th September 1944 near Bencoolen, a slavelabour transport of some 2200 P.O.W. (600 Europeans, 10th Bat. KNIL, and 1600 Ambonese and Menadonese) under command of Lt.Cmdr. R.N.R. Upton, and some 4000 Javanese coolies ("Romusha"), causing a great number of losses. Few literature is available on this human drama. Very good copy.

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EUR 125.00

Book nr.: 49822

MORDAUNT HALL, Marine-Schetsen. Preface by [Ethel] Lady Beatty. [translated into dutch fr. the orig. english].
S.L., s.n., s.d. [circa], 1917 sm.8°. Orig. wraps. 88pp. Ills. on 6 plates.
A collection of stories describing the gallant officers and men who serve in the British Navy during the first world war. Plates depict. war-ships and naval-planes. Good copy. (last page with a vertical fold).

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- GEMILANG 140: The First World War; or, The Great War 1914-1918 (2015).
EUR 30.00

Book nr.: 42884

N.N. - Peter de Grote in Zaandam. Orig. edn.
Zaanstad, nd.[c.1980]. sm. sq.8°. orig. silver lettered cloth, with pict.col. dj. 44pp. many text-ills. & some portrs. after old engravings.
Describest the stay of Czar Peter the Great at Zaandam (The Netherlands) from 1697 onwards, in order to acquire a.o. more knowledge on ship-building and modern navel war-fare. MINT copy.

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EUR 35.00

Book nr.: 36481

N.N., Zeemansbedenkingen over Instellingen en toestanden in Nederlands Oost-Indië.
Amsterdam, Stemler, 1870 sm.8°. later blank wraps. 28pp.
Describes omissions in navy-cartography of colonial Indonesia.

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EUR 45.00

Book nr.: 38941

N.V. STOOMVAART MAATSCHAPPIJ NEDERLAND AMSTERDAM, Luggage label N.V. Stoomvaart Maatschappij Nederland: Hut/Cabin.
S.I. [Amsterdam], s.n. [ SMN], [circa], 1935 Original bi-coloured oval stiff paper Cabin luggaga label issued by the Stoomvaartmaatschappij "Nederland", diameter 13.2 cm., bi-coloured (green/white), text in bold white type, partly in dutch/english, partly filled-in by hand at the appropriate space. Company's insurance policy in dutch printed on reverse (verso). Very fine copy.

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EUR 15.00

Book nr.: 51525

NAEREBOUT, F. Ik val aan, Volg mij is het symbool geworden van Neerland's bijdrage in den strijd voor de vrijheid...Orig. edn.
S.L., s.n., s.d. [circa], 1947 Small folio. Orig. thin limp boards, metal spiralled spine, coloured and illustrated front cover with Hr.Ms. "De Ruyter", the dutch and allied flags (British & U.S.) and dutch State Coat-of Arms, smaller partly coloured illustration on lower outer boards. Title printed in red and black. Album with tog. 11 full-p. coloured plates after author's drawings, with extensive descriptive text on facing-pp., coloured centre-fold plate. SCAN AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.
A dutch patriotic Album, being a concise account of the role of the Royal Dutch Navy in the Second World War, focusing upon the battle of the Java-Sea, in which a combined striking-force of dutch, british and u.s. warships, under command of Rear-admiral Karel Doorman, attacked the invading Japanese fleet, 1942. The commander went-down together with a great number of sailors, with his flafship the cruiser H.Ms. "De Ruyter", a small number of ships escaped to Australia. A nice and colourful album in good to very good condition. (some very light and insignificant wear to spine-ends and corners of boards).

EUR 85.00

Book nr.: 45553

[NASS, J.G.M.], De geschiedenis van het Korps Mariniers, 10 December 1665-1965.
S.L., s.n., [....], 1965 Tall 4°, pictorial coloured wraps., 64pp., coloured portr., plain text-ills., list of decorated marines through the ages.
Commemorates the 300th anniversary of the Royal Dutch Marine-Corps, incl. their actions in pre- & post-war Indonesia. (wrs. soiled & wrinkled, heavily dog-eared, pp. somewh. wrinkled, a rather mediocre copy.)

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EUR 40.00

Book nr.: 4310

NATER, Joh.P., Koers 300 Vaart 25. De Slag in de Javazee. Orig.edn.
Utrecht, Unieboek, 1980 orig.pict.col.stiff glossy wraps. 96pp. ills., incl. some portrs., on 8 plates, 1 full-p. sketch-map and 1 full-p. battle-plan, bibliogr.
Concise description on the famous but tragic battle of the Java-sea: the allied striking-force under command of rear-admiral Karel Doorman, against the japanese fleet, preceding the invastion of Java and the occupation of colonial Indonesia by the japanese. Ills. mainly depict. allied and enemy war-ships. Nice copy.

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Book nr.: 39852

NATIONAAL JONGEREN VERBOND N.V.J. PRESS SERVICE (Compilers), Roseboek van de Muiterij [op de "Zeven Provinciën"].
Den Haag, "Arbeiderspers", 1934 sm.8°. pink coloured & lettered wraps. 83pp. some full-p. caricatural plates, some facsims. of advert. in various dutch newspapers.
A compilation taken from the daily's of the N.V. "Arbeiderspers", by the Press-service of the [left-wing] [dutch] National Youth Association, N.J.V., covering the events around the so-called 'mutiny' on the dutch Battle-ship "De Zeven Provinciën", anchored at Surabaya Naval Base, 1934. The event that triggered the 'rebellion', was an unaceptable, for lower naval personnel, in wages. The 'rebellion' was suppressed by the launch of a bomb from a naval plane, hitting the ship on its fore-deck & causing some casualties. The action was heavily criticized in dutch parliament & press. Good copy. Scarce.

EUR 65.00

Book nr.: 38260

NAUTICAL GUIDE TO INDONESIA - Zeemansgids voor Indonesië. (Sailor's Handbook for Indonesia). 9th edn.
's-Gravenhage, 1956- 1957 2 vols. Smal. 4°, cloth, (xxi), 449; (xxi), 547pp., numerous maps in text & large folded, profiles, diagrams, tables, graphs. WITH Suppl. vol. No. 2 (1959), 12, 12pp.
Dutch language nautical handbook to Western and Central waters of Indonesia. Good copy.

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EUR 160.00

Book nr.: 6264

NOOTEBOOM, C., Perihal pekapalan dan Pelajaran di Indonesia. [First edn.].
Djakarta-Surabaia, Balai Buku Indonesia, n.d. [circa], 1050 Small oblong 8°., orig. pictorial coloured wrappers, stapled. [29]pp. Many black/white and coloured text-ills, some full-page, centre-plate in colour, list of titles publ. in the series on verso of front wrapper. ["Badjing", seri No. 11].
Informs indonesian primary school-children on the maritime history of Indonesia, describing and illustrating a variety of [sailing] vessels as the prahu, outrigger canoes, junks, square-rigged small vessels, &c., by a maritime authority in the field, C. Nooteboom. (nick to head of spine and to lower right corner, ow. good).

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EUR 55.00

Book nr.: 46462

NOOTEBOOM, C. (Preface), Tentoonstelling van Chinese Scheepvaart 24 Juni-3 September 1950. Museum voor Land- en Volkenkunde Rotterdam. [cover title].
S.I. [Rotterdam], Museum voor Land- en Volkenkunde, 1950 Original wrappers, stapled. Covertitle and a monochrome illustration. 24pp. 4 captioned monochrome illustrations of various types of chinese ships, monochrome illustrations and figures in text illustrating details of rigging, sails and various forms of hulls of chinese ships, full page sketch-map., concise bibliography.
Dutch language catalogue of an exhibition kept at the Rotterdam Museum of Anthropology and Geography of various models of traditional chinese ships together with technical descriptions of various types of hulls, rigging, ruddders, also including manpowered ships. Catalogue listing and describing 74 objects exhibited. (front cover with a minimal crack, somewhat dull copy, contents clean).

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EUR 45.00

Book nr.: 52544

NOOTEBOOM, C. [1906-1967], Die Kunst im Schiffbau exotischer Vö;lrt, Beschwörung und rituelle Symbole. Offprint from:"Kunstgeschichte der Seefahrt", Gerhard Stalling Verlag, Oldenburg-Hamburg.
S.I. [Rotterdam?], s.n., s.d. [circa], 1950 Small 4°. Original clothbacked blind stamped decorative limp wrappers. pp. 119-284 [=14pp. of text]. 31 illustrations on 5 photo-plates, incl. 4 coloured illustrations on first plate, featuring woodcarved decorative symbols, human figures, animals, figure-heads, traditional ornamental woodcuts. Captions printed as marginalia to first page, marginalia, supplementary annotations to previous text, extensive bib liography printed in double collumns on final 3pp.
German language expert essay about local {Indonesian] decorative crafts as applied to traditional boatbuilding (the Prau or Prahu), symbolism, magic, taboo and charms. A very interesting essay indeed. Very fine copy.

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Book nr.: 56081

NOOTEBOOM, C. (1906-1967), Galeien in Azië. Offprint from:"BKI," Vol. 108-part 4.
's-Gravenhage, M. Nijhoff, 1952 8°. Original limp wrappers, stapled. Frontcover title printed in bold capital red and monochrome type, red coloured publ. device at tail. pp. [365]-380 [=16]pp. 10 captioned monochrome pictures representing traditional Galleys from Macassar, the Moluccas, India (Bombay) extensive references. [
Dutch language scholarly comparative inquiry into the occurrance of traditional Galleys, still found in Asia, incl. Indonesia, Malaysia and India. Author worked for a long time as a civil servant in the Dutch East Indies, subdistrict Manggarai (Flores), Saleijer and Pangkadjene, Eastern Indonesia. Very good copy.

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Book nr.: 56581

NOOTEBOOM, C. (1906-1967) & C. HOKKE, Antieke en moderne Zeevaart; Indonesische Scheepstypen. AND: C. HOKKE, Lichtbakens langs Indonesië's kusten; Zeewegen. [Originele uitgave; Original edition].
Den Haag, Ministerie voor Uniezaken en Overzeese Rijksdelen, 1951 Small folio. Stapled. 19pp. of cyclostyled text. ["Schakels", 1 Maart 1951, No. 42].
Four Dutch language scholarly papers about Antique and modern Seafaring, traditional Indonesian types of boats, Lightbeacons alongside the Indonesian Coastline and Seatracks. Author worked for a long time as a civil servant in the Dutch East Indies, subdistrict Manggarai (Flores), Saleijer and Pangkadjene, Eastern Indonesia. Very good copy.

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Book nr.: 56583

NOOTEBOOM, C. (1906-1967), Aziatische Galeien. [Eerste druk; First edition].
S.I., s.n., s.d. [circa], 1950 Small 8°. Contemp. private coloured limp thin boards, stitched. 23pp. 15 captioned monochrome pictures 5 plates at rear end, representing traditional Galleys from Macassar, the Moluccas, India (Bombay), China, Iran, Sumatra, Malacca, Japan, Jasva extensive references, summaries in french and english.
Dutch language scholarly comparative inquiry into the occurrance of traditional Galleys, still found in Asia, incl. Indonesia, Malaysia and India. Author worked for a long time as a civil servant in the Dutch East Indies, subdistrict Manggarai (Flores), Saleijer and Pangkadjene, Eastern Indonesia. Good copy. (2pp. a bit wrinkled)

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Book nr.: 56587

NOOTEBOOM, C. (1906-1967), Vaartuigen van Ende, or Endeh. Offprint from:"Tijdschrift voor Indische Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde, Vol. LXXVI, Jaargang 1936-1.
S.I., s.n., s.d. [circa], 1936 Small 8°. Contemp. printed wrappers, stapled. [30]pp. 13 captioned monochrome pictures, of which some diagrams, on 2 photoplates, illustrating a variety traditional boats from Endeh, Flores, Eastern Indonesia, extensive references.
Dutch language scholarly inquiries into various types of indigenous boats observed at Endeh, Flores, Dutch Eastern Indonesia. Very good copy. Author worked for a long time as a civil servant in the Dutch East Indies, subdistrict Manggarai (Flores), Saleijer and Pangkadjene, Eastern Indonesia.

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Book nr.: 56592

NOOTEBOOM, C. (1906-1967), Vaartuigen van Mandar [Southcoast Sulawesi]. Offprint from:"Tijdschrift voor Indische Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde, Vol. LXXX, Jaargang 1940-1.
S.I., s.n., s.d. [circa], 1940 Small 8°. Contemp. printed wrappers, stapled. [11]pp. 10 captioned monochrome pictures on 2 photoplates, illustrating a variety traditional boats, of which 4 under sail (models) from Mandar, Southcoast Sulawesi, Indonesia, 4 diagrams of boats in text after drawings, extensive references. EXTRA ADDED a collection of 12 minor offprints from various dutch language journals, all by Dr. C. Nooteboom, all scholarly papers on a variety of topics, of which some have been illustrated.
Dutch language scholarly paper about various traditional indigenous types of boats observed at Mandar, Southcoast Sulawesi, donesia. Very good copy. Author worked for a long time as a civil servant in the Dutch East Indies, subdistrict Manggarai (Flores), Saleijer and Pangkadjene, Eastern Indonesia.

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Book nr.: 56593
     

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