[Carte Postale] - Kasteel De Haar in Haarzuilens
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[Carte Postale] - Kasteel De Haar in Haarzuilens [94 pieces] - [N.p.] / [etc.] - Algemeene Postvereeniging / [etc.] - [ca 1900-1980] - 1st edition - 2 parts - ;  pp - Plastic folders - 24 x 31 cm.
ondition: Good - ADDED: 21 extra single cards.
Collection of 115 different old postcards ('cartes postales') of the Dutch castle (and interior) in the Utrecht village of Haarzuilens near Vleuten. Some of the cards (black-and-white / sepia, 24 polychrome) have been used (33) and most of them are 'as new' (61). They are CAREFULLY attached to an A4, glued at four points, always printed with specifications and housed in a plastic sleeve. The work of a loving collector.
Publishers of the (lithographed) postcards include H. Borst & Co., Deventer, Dr. Trenkler & Co., Hamburg, J. Miltenburg, Vleuten, Weenenk & Snel, The Hague and Th. V. Leipsig, Delft-Utrecht. Period ca 1900-1980; most of them early to mid-20th century. Furthermore, the 1960s and 12 date from after 1975 (colour print).
¶ Kasteel De Haar (also known as Haarzuilen and formerly called Huys te Haer) is the largest monumental castle in the Netherlands. The oldest mention, a deed of a fortified residential tower, dates from 1391. The monument was built in neo-Gothic style on the ruins of the old castle from 1892 by the top architects Pierre (1827-1921) & his son Joseph Cuypers (1861-1949) , also known from the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.