Briefer mention * H ein A. van S paendonck , Catalogus van de Arnhemse drukken tot 1800 aanwezig in de Bibliotheek Arnhem . Hilversum, Verloren, 2002 , 16 × 24 cm, 412 pp., illus., isbn 90 6550 724 8 , € 29 , 95 Arnhem has always been the provinicial capital of Gelderland, a good point to keep in mind when looking at the book production in this city. Of the 882 publications pre- served in the Library at Arnhem, 675 were produced for administrative purposes: plac- ards, ordinations and other government publications. Much of this relatively small amount of material has not previously been described, neither in the stcn nor in the Nederlandse Centrale Catalogus, so it seems to be the appropriate occasion for a thorough exami- nation. The result is a clear and clearly arranged catalogue, listed by printer/publisher. Arnhem’s ﬁ rst printer, Willem Janszoon van Campen, began work in 1581 and worked until 1589 . (Originally coming from Cologne, he was known to be in Amsterdam between 1590 and 1604. ) Over the next approximately 200 years, the tendency for printers to work for fairly short durations in the city continued and only rarely was
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