No printer, no date , no place, 42pp. marbled paper hardcover binding, according to a note on the titlepage was it the intention of the author to have the play held at the celebration of 600 years of the invention of printing by Laurens Janszoon Coster in Haarlem, but at Haarlem that was not possible and the play was also not performed in Amsterdam. Scarce. Laurens Janszoon Coster, Coster also spelled Koster, (born c. 1370, Netherlands-died 1440?, Haarlem?), Dutch rival of Johannes Gutenberg as the alleged inventor of printing.Little is known of this early printer, whose last name means ‘sacristan,’ his title as an official of the Great Church of Haarlem. He is mentioned several times in records between 1417 and 1434 as alderman, tax assessor, and treasurer and is presumed to have died in a plague that struck Haarlem in 1440, when his wife is recorded as a widow.