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Matthias Kramers, der occidentalischen Sprachen Professors [et]c., Vollkommene niederdeutsche oder holländische Grammatik : für diejenigen hochdeutschen Staats-Handels-und Kriegsleute, als auch andere, welche diese Sprache in kurzer Zeit, mit leichter Mühe und ohne mündlichen Lehrmeister richtig lesen, verstehen und reden, oder auch darinnen schreiben und sonst Briefe wechseln wollen : Nebst einer alphabetischen Vorstellung meist aller holländischen Grund-und Stammwörter, auf Hochdeutsch erkläret

By Matthias Kramer

1755

Friedrich Lanckischens Erben : Leipzig

7" by 4.5"

(1) 248pp.

 

 

 

DETAILS

A very scarce work by this noted German language teacher and lexicographer; being a new edition of Kramer's pioneering work of grammar of Dutch in German.

Very scarce. First published in 1716 in Nuremberg. All editions of this work are very scarce, with this being a 1755 edition published in Leipzig by Friedrich Lanckischens Erben. Matthias Kramer was a German language teacher and lexicographer, with a background in philosophy and theology. After leaving a monastery in Vienna, he began his life long study of language, picking up Spanish, Dutch and French. Kramer lived in Nuremberg and published important dictionaries and grammars of German, Italian, French, Spanish and Dutch. Upon publication Kramer's work was the first grammar of Dutch in German. This particular work is an early example of his pioneering grammatical work of Dutch in German, and, like much of his work, benefits from the vocabulary didactic theory attributed to Johann Joachim Becher. A very scarce example of this important work of German grammar, written by a noted German linguist and lexicographer.

CONDITION

In the original mottled paper covered boards. Externally very smart with slight wear to the extremities and the head and tail of the spine. Slight loss to the boards and the head and tail of the spine. Front hinge strained after the first two leaves. Internally firmly bound. Pages bright and clean with marginal age toning and the odd spot, slightly heavier to the first and last few pages.

Overall Condition: Very Good

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