Haarlem, Joannes Met, 1786, 9.5×8.5 cm, signatures sewn in a parchment wrapper (which originally seems to have closed on the front), on the front a heraldic crest (with lion and crown, but faded, so difficult to identify) and on the back a woodcut illustration with some more heraldic crests (also faded, so difficult to identify, with the words: ‘(…) Dienaars van Kennemer(…)’), both printed in red. Without pagenumbers. Worn parchment, the part that would have closed on the front has wrinkled and curled to the back, loosely sewn signatures, not a solid construction, damaged/fragile corners (especcially the first and last pages), hardly any stains. Woodcut on the titlepage depciting a Dutch landscape (clouds, mills, church and houses, water), titlepage printed in black and red, every month is illustrated with a woodcut referring to fishing.
Bound with several more sections, some with their own titelpage:
– De Heeren XXXII raaden en vroedschappen der Stad Haarlem. En de Namen van de tegenwoordige Regeering. Van den Jaare 1785 tot October 1786 (Haarlem, Joannes Met)
– Korte Kronyk: beginnende met den Jaaren 1768 (without titlepage, in between this signature and the previous one or two signatures seem to be missing)
– Historie der watervloeden (…) (Haarlem, Erve van Hulkenroy en Joannes Met)
– De geredde schuldenaar. Eene Zeedelyke Vertelling (without titlepage, incomplete). This edition not in KB/STCN