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Meyer, H.; Treub, M.W.F.

Published by Amsterdam, Uitgave Weekblad de Zakenwereld (1927)

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Item Description: Amsterdam, Uitgave Weekblad de Zakenwereld, 1927. brochure, small 8vo 54 pp. bundeling van artikelen, verschenen in De Zakenwereld ; over politiek en economie van Nederlands Indië; good condition (2 small library stickers on cover). Bookseller Inventory # 3965

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MEYER, Herman

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Item Description: Amsterdam, Weekblad De Zakenwereld, 1927. 54 pp. Sewn, orig. decorated wrs. * Collection of articles originally published in the weekly magazine 'De Zakenwereld', giving information about the Indies to European immigrants and the general public in Holland. Article titles include: 'De Europeaan in den Oost', 'Kromo in ons economisch bestel', 'Kromo's opheffing', 'Chineesche schimmen in Nederl. Indië', 'De ambtenaar in Nederl.-Indië', 'Indisch Nationalisme', etc. Bookseller Inventory # 005321

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Item Description: (Amsterdam, 1969). Oblong 8vo. Boards. With maps and plates. 56; 51 pp. - Facsimile edition from 'Begin ende voortgangh'. Bookseller Inventory # 25145

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Reizen in den Oost-Indischen archipel. Uit het: BICKMORE, Albert S(mith).

BICKMORE, Albert S(mith).

Published by Schiedam, H.A.M. Roelants, (1873)

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Item Description: Schiedam, H.A.M. Roelants, 1873. Couverture rigide. Book Condition: Assez bon. Half cloth binding of the time, tight, some stains on spine and wear at upper spine end, first end paper lacking; otherwise complete and in good condition with the two folding maps; XVI,314; VII,291 pp.First published in English; Bookseller Inventory # 5427

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Item Description: Schiedam, H.A.M. Roelants, 1873.2 volumes in 1. Later half cloth. With 2 folding maps. XVI,314; VII,291 pp.First published in English Travels in the East Indian Archipelago. London 1868. - The American professor in natural history Bickmore, sponsored by the Boston Society of Natural History, arrived in 1865 in Indonesia to study the natural history. Besides the flora and fauna he also devoted a great deal of attention to the physical geography and the population. The concept of a Western and Eastern division between the Indonesian peoples was initiated by him. - (Library stamp on title-page).Tiele 118; Cat. NHSM I, p.248; Cat. KITLV p.5. Bookseller Inventory # 31626

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Item Description: Schiedam, H.A.M. Roelants, 1873.2 volumes. Contemporary half green cloth, spines lettered in gilt. With 2 folding lithographed maps. XVI,314; VII,291 pp.First published in English Travels in the East Indian Archipelago. London 1868. - The American professor in natural history Bickmore (1839-1914), sponsored by the Boston Society of Natural History, arrived in 1865 in Indonesia to study the natural history. Besides the flora and fauna he also devoted a great deal of attention to the physical geography and the population. The concept of a Western and Eastern division between the Indonesian peoples was initiated by him. - Fine. Tiele 118; Cat. NHSM I, p.248; Cat. KITLV p.5. Bookseller Inventory # 32534

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