Centsprent: ’s Menschen Intreede op deeze Waereld, no. 6.
Catchpenny print. Children’s print showing the needs of children in the first years of their life, from birth to learning how to walk, and the joys and worries that come with it. The prints reminds the youthful readers how grateful they ought to be for their parents’ care.
Amsterdam, J. Wendel en Zoon (1819 – 1842); via Erve H. Rynders, Amsterdam, whose address is mentioned on the print: ‘Te Amsterdam, by de Erve H. Rynders, in de Tweede Tuyn Dwarsstraat’; numbered ‘No. 6.’ in upper right corner.
8 woodcut illustrations (each ca. 75 x 60 mm) on hand-made paper; 4 verses, under each image a 2-line verse; total: 375 x 315 mm; Pro Patria Watermark; restorations on the verso, small stain in bottom margin.
Meyer p. 336, Boerma p. 837 (Wendel 6).
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