27 - 28 June 2006
GOLDEN WEDDING ANIVERSARY -- Gouden Bruiloftszang, aan den, heer Adriaan Bugge, en mejuffrouw Jacoba van Veen. Amsterdam: Theodorus Crajenschot, 30 July 1771.
4o (254 x 209 mm). PRINTED ON TURQUOISE SILK. Engraved allegorical title-vignette and tail-piece. Illuminated in gold and colors. Original Dutch binding of turquoise silk over pasteboard, wide gilt brocade border, long gold-embroidered tassels, original gold-tooled and lettered red morocco pull-off case. Provenance: purchased from Lucien Goldschmidt, 5 November 1956.
Privately published for the family of the golden anniversary couple.
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