|Het PRENTEN-MAGAZIJN voor de Jeugd, (The Picture Magazine for Young People) by G. van Sandwijk, 1844. Printed 'Te Purmerend, bij J. Schuitemaker'. The story 'De Tooverlantaarn' (The Magic Lantern) in this book begins with a little poem:||
Diedrik zal het u verklaren|
Hoort maar: "Daar gaat oom Robijn
"Met zijn schip naar Indie varen;
"Let op! daar is Harlekijn.
"O, wat voert die weer het woord!
"En wat springt hij op de koord."
Original edition, published in London by Fred. Warne, 1896. The Magic Lantern - Struwwel Peter.
of the Dutch edition of 'The Magic Lantern', 'De Tooverlantaarn', telling
the gruesome story of the Dutch equivalent of Struwwel Peter, Piet de Smeerpoes.
The book has eight pages with movable discs to achieve the 'projection' of changing images. Published in Amsterdam.
(Originally 'The Magic Lantern - Struwwelpeter', Retold by Rosa. Amsterdam H. Campagne & Zoon, 1897.)
Sizes: 13 x 10 inches (33 x 26 cm.
Movable book expert Theo Geilen in the Volume 5,
Number 3 – September 1997 edition of Movable Stationary:
“With the same title of The Magic Lantern Struwwelpeter, Warne and Co. published in 1896 a simplified edition of the earlier book (1890). The moveable part was reduced to only 1 wheel, built in the front cover of the book and showing only 4 pictures of the girl who played with fire; the number of stories included was also reduced to 12. From this edition appeared a Dutch edition with the literally translated title De Tooverlantaarn, published in 1897 by Campagne & Zoon in Amsterdam. At the latest in 1900, but undated, the 8 pages with the embedded wheels known from the 1890 edition, were used again by Warne & Co. for a third version of The Magic Lantern Struwwelpeter. Printed without text this time, the cover reads "Printed and made in Bavaria." There was also the Dutch edition of 'The Magic Lantern', 'De Tooverlantaarn', (J. Vlieger) telling the story of the Dutch equivalent of Slovenly Peter, Piet de Smeerpoes. This Dutch edition has no text, similar to the third English edition published around 1900. But copies of this edition are extremely scarce, as are all these Warne editions.”
Dutch children's book, published in the 50s by De Fontein in Utrecht. The
book is compiled by the journalist Tom Bouws. It tells the story of a
family that wants to pass the cold winter evenings with a book that offers
all sorts of things in it. Mother thinks up the name of the book: 'De Toverlantaarn' (The Magic Lantern).
(Thanks to Frans Mooij, Nieuwegein, NL.)
- But how do we have to call it,
Mother? The book will be just as funny and varied as the images of our magic lantern. That's also showing again and
again something else." "Hurray, We've got it!" shouted
mother with joy, and she clapped her hands cheerfully. "Many thanks!
I did not yet find a good name, but now I tell you: the name of the book
will be TOVERLANTAARN!" -|
(translated from the original Dutch text.)
An other children's book that is
simply titled 'De Tooverlantaarn' (The Magic Lantern) this time written
by the famous Dutch writer of children's books Jan Goeverneur (Sneek, van Druten en Bleeker, 1876).
Stories, fairy tales and verses like 'Het poppenspel' (The Puppet show).
The eight years old Hein got a puppet theatre from Santa Claus. Before
he is ready for the premiere he prepares himself thoroughly.
Below a somewhat different version of the book. It is rather striking that the title page states here: edited by J.A.A. Goeverneur, while the book on the right says: by J.J.A. Goeverneur.
Hard cover with golden print. 48 pages with six small coloured images. Dimensions approximately 14 x 7 x 6.6 cm.
TOVERLANTAARN VAN JUFFROUW KUMMEL.|
(Mrs Kummel's Magic Lantern)
Dutch schoolbook for children from six years old.
- Mus put the lantern on a workbench. He switched on a fierce light and put up a pair of spectacles with weird glasses and a tiny lamp between them. He took some tools from a drawer and set to work. 'The objectives thread is damaged' Mus muttered. 'The reflector is crooked... I'll have to...' - (translated from the original Dutch text.)
Lida Dijkstra, 2003; Educatieve uitgeverij Maretak, Postbus 80, 9400 AB Assen, the Netherlands.
WAARSCHIJNLIJKE VERHALEN (Probable stories) written by Rob and Janine Numan. Published 1989, Het Goede Boek, Huizen (the Netherlands). One of the stories is titled 'De toverlantaarn'.
|'I am a magic lantern maker.' The man put away
the sausage again and took a bottle of wine from the bag. 'With a magic
lantern and some slides you're able to see the whole world, and it does not
tire you at all.' He took a nip. 'Poeh.' Jelle shrugged his shoulders scornfully. 'A magic lantern, that's a toy.
Something for my little sister!'|
'Don't make a mistake. The name 'magic lantern' is not for nothing. It lets you escape from reality......'
(translated from the original Dutch text.)
||Brammetje Fok en de Toverlantaarn. Part 3 from a series of 4 parts describing the adventures of Brammetje Fok, designed by Bart van Leeuwen and published by Uitgeverij SARI, Ridderkerk, the Netherlands.|
It is a very unusual magic lantern that Brammetje Fok found. Actually it resembles more such an old gramophone. And it is also possible to step in the landscapes that are projected on the wall!
DE STOUTE STEENEZEL, an exciting and amusing Suske en Wiske comic strip by Willy Vandersteen.
a comic strip from the series Robert en Bertrand, by Willy Vandersteen.
A painful love story, but thanks to an old magic lantern there is a happy ending!
Maarten Kroon. Published by Unieboek.
After a tragic bereavement the family of Bas and Lucy leaves the city to start living in a distant ferryman's house in the riparian land. They hoped to find there peace and quiet but the rest is disturbed when Bas finds the note book of his great-grandfather Albert Hansson in a concealed open fireside. Bas discovers that the old man was known as the illusionist Mephistoles and that the ghost show from which he reaped his glory not only consisted of tricks.
ZIEN EN ZEGGEN (SEE AND SAY).|
The cover of a children's book from the Read Method for First Reading Teaching, written by B.C. Kloostermans and illustrated by Rob Graafland.
The book is published by L.C.G. Malmberg, from the Apostolischen Chair, 's Hertogenbosch and Antwerp. This is the sixth edition from 1926.
In this sixth part from the series Father returns from a long trip. He has brought a beautiful gift for everyone: for Mother a tablecloth, for Mies a doll, for Jan a tool box and for Wim a magic lantern. Of course they are all very happy with it. When it was getting dark they started right away to try out the magic lantern.
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