S tijn van R ossem , G oran P root & P ierre D elsaerdt The Short Title Catalogus Vlaanderen ( STCV ). The bibliography of seventeenth-century books in Flanders 1 project origins and precedents . . . When, in 1979 , the Koninklijke Nederlandse Academie van Wetenschappen [Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences] decided to compile a Short- Title Catalogue Netherlands ( stcn ), its initiators fully appreciated the propor- tions of the task before them. 2 The aim of the project – to provide an elec- tronic restrospective bibliography of all books printed in the Netherlands, as well as all Dutch-language publications printed outside the Netherlands before 1801 , was of such immense scope that well de ned limits and clear planning were essential. It was therefore decided to approach the work collection by collection and to limit the project to the Netherlands’ present day borders. In the rst stage of the project ( 1982 to 1987 ) the stcn Bureau’s six-man team de ned all printed material held by Koninklijke Bibliotheek in The Hague and published before 1701 . Next, they processed collections held by the university libraries of Amsterdam and Leiden. On
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