© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, Quærendo ⁄- Also available online – www.brill.nl For Frederik Muller’s life, family, and work see Frederik Muller ( - ) Leven & werken , ed. Marja Keyser, J.F. Heijbroek & Ingeborg Verheul (Zutphen ). W F . J . M B Frederik Muller & Co and Anton Mensing The ﬁ rst international art auction house in Amsterdam, and its director Frederik Muller started his rare books business in Amsterdam in 3, and combined his commercial activities with scholarship. After he died his business partner, Frederik Adama van Scheltema, continued the ﬁ rm and in employed Anton Mensing, a young, energetic, and ambitious bookbinder, as his assistant. In Mensing became a partner in the ﬁ rm, and when Adama van Scheltema died, he continued Frederik Muller & Co, soon expanding it with art auctions. These became a great success, and resulted in the ﬁ rst international mar- ket for works of art, applied art, and historic scienti ﬁ c instruments in the Netherlands which continued into the 3 s. In , long after Mensing’s death, fake historic scienti ﬁ c
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Published: Jan 1, 2004
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