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The papers in this collection cover the following subjects: • several episodes during his tenure at Deshima, including the visit to Japan of the Russian ambassador in 1804 • his commercial activities and advice in the Japan and Indies trade after his return (1819-1835) including • much ...
This small, but interesting collection of papers includes Dutch translations of dispositions and other official documents issued to him by the Japanese authorities in Nagasaki, more than 100 letters to him in Dutch from Japanese people (inventory number 4), bills and other documents concerning ...
Advisor: Gerard Thijsse, National Herbarium of the Netherlands, Universiteit Leiden Branch
The Siebold Herbarium is the earliest herbarium collection of this extent from Japan. P.F. von Siebold (1796-1866) brought together c. 12,000 specimens and also included many items from Japanese students and collaborators. Publication on the Japanese flora at that time was impossible without ...
Among the dictionaries made by the Dutch in Japan those of J.K. van den Broek merit a special place. He was the only one who compiled a complete Japanese-Dutch dictionary to which he added a thick volume with "conversations", illustrating the use of Japanese and providing a conversation handbook ...
Most of the rare books in this collection are in Japanese, collected by Philipp Franz von Siebold (1796-1866) in Japan during his stay in Decima and Tokyo after 1822. A printed list of the Japanese titles (20 pp.) reprinted from the Catalogus librorum et manuscriptorum Japonicarum by J. Hoffmann ...
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