Jugendstil - Art Nouveau, Meyr's Neffe Theresienthal glass, sold by Delta 98 Den Haag

an elegant, antique crystal, enamelled, liquor carafe / decanter

 and a high stemmed liquor glass - a so called Stengelglass,

authentic Art Nouveau / Jugendstil, made between 1890 and 1919, at

Meyr's Neffe

in Adolf bei Winterberg, Theresienthal

the bottle has optical ribs, the stopper and the bottle have swirling, calligraphic-like, enamelled decoration of red and gold, gilding to the rims and the top of the stopper,

the glass has optical ribs, a floral enamelled decoration, floral decoration around the stem at the base and gilding to the rims

heights: 25 cm / 9.8 inch and 15,2 cm / 6 inch

both recently sold by 

Delta 98 Den Haag

The Hague, The Netherlands

2 other glasses are also sold Delta 98 Den Haag 


A circa 1910 wooden camera from Walter Talbot and Paul Waechter, sold by Delta 98 Den Haag



a portable, because folding, wooden plate camera with extending bellow, 
made circa 1905-1910 by 
Walter Talbot, Berlin
Walter Talbot, born in 1876, started his own business in 1905, in 1948 his daughter Irene took over.
Also known as: 
Fa. Walter Talbot, Photo Walter Talbot, Photo Talbot, Photohaus Walter Talbot, Talbot Photo, Berlin

with wooden, double plate holders for 13 x 18 cm film

with brass lens by 

Paul Waechter, Friedenau

Doppel-Anastigmat Triplan

F : 6   F = 180 mm, with only 1 diafragm stand (looks as if special altered)

lens registration: nr. 513   D.R.P. nr. 135742

Paul Carl Friedrich Waechter (1847-1893), his widow and August Puchler continued the business, after his death, in 1900 Pulcher and Paul Prasser went on as Paul Waechter Company


Antique wax seal of the station for plague sufferes and mental asylum in The Hague: Pesthuis en Dolhuis Den Haag

 recently sold by Delta 98 Den Haag to a USA collection: 

an antique wax / lacquer seal / stamp / sceau / lakstempel / zegelstempel

with text:

Pest en Dolhuis in Den Haag


station for plague sufferes and mental asylum in The Hague

this name of the institute was used between 1569 and 1827, we date this seal as 16th - 17th Century, the wooden hanlde is of much more recent date, after 1827 the name changed into: Verbeterhuis / Correction institute, written documents dating from 1453 are found with the name used: St. Antoniuskapel / St. Anthony's Chapel,and pre 1519 as:  Sieckhuys van der Pestilentie / House for the sick by the plague and in 1569 as: Pesthuis / Pesthuys or Sint Anthonispesthuis / plaguehouse,

until 1909 the institute was situated at the street corner of: Sint Anthoniestraat, later called Slijkeinde / Slikent and Vleerstraat, The Hague / Den Haag - Slijkeinde / Slikent meaning: dirt or mud road

a drawing of the building in 1570: Sint Anthonius kapel in 's Gravenhage (= Den Haag = The Hague), by Jacobus Stellingwerf:


a bronze by Oscar Estruga, sold by Delta 98 Den Haag

 a bronze statue of a female with wings, holding a bow, probably depicting the 

goddess Artemis / Diana

made by: Oscar Estruga i Andreu, Spain, born 1933

signature in the bronze: Estruga 23/50, height: 43 cm 

arrived safely into a private USA collection:


Guys & Dolls, recently sold by Delta 98 Den Haag: Osa Johnson, Fadette and Ibeji

  A doll, made circa 1930, representing a Safari Girl

      She resembles the famous American traveller and explorer Osa Johnson

Osa Johnson is also known as: The Woman in the Safari Outfit

Osa Helen Johnson Leighty (1894-1953) and Martin Elmer Johnson (1884-1937) were an American couple, adventurers and documentary filmmakers. They travelled and explored Africa in the 1920's and 1930's. For many more pictures of Osa and Martin, visit the site of the: Martin and Osa Johnson Safari Museum. The museum itself is located in Chanute, Kansas

an antique, bronze sculpture, depicting the buste of a charming young girl, titled: 


designed by: August Moreau (France, 1834-1917) executed circa 1885

Fadette is a character from the, in 1849 published, novel La Petite Fadette or Fanchon, the Cricket, by George Sand / Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin (1804-1876)

Fadette with the twin brothers, Landry and Sylvinet


2 africain, carved wooden statues, with authentic old patine, depicting non-identical / dizygotic male twin figures, made by the Yoruba People, known as:

Ere Ibeji

These figures represent the soul of deceased newborn twins.

the traditional Yoruba twin belief is based on the immortality of the soul and on it's reicarnation, although representing deceased babies, they are not referred to as dead, rather is said to "have travelled" or "gone to the market" Yoruba Peoples regard twins as extraordinary beings protected by Sango, the deity of thunder. They are believed to be capable of bestowing immense wealth upon their families or misfortune to those who do not honor them. Twins are honored with carved memorial figures when they die. Their elaborate hairstyle and beaded jewelry mark their honored status, when twins are born to a woman of royal lineage, they may qualify in the event of their death for special beaded garments.

We see carved wooden, male figures with massive shoulders and natural carved male genitals, different plaited hairdo - irun didi - in a high domed coiffure or "hunters's cap", colored blue, both with facial scarifications on their forehead and cheeks, both have pierced ears, the largest one is wearing metal earrings with a beautiful patine, 

but the most intriguing of these particulair statues of Ibeji, are their unnaturally large hands, almost covering their whole legs

Some items sold on the Antique Market The Hague, by Delta 98 Den Haag

 after laying in a garden for many years,

then on a pillow on the stand of

Delta 98 Den Haag

a bronze head of a smiling girl, titled

La Petite Rieuse / De Kleine Lachster

sculptor: Rik Wouters (1882-1916)

compare with how one is presented in the collection of

Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam:

and a model or prototype of a large medal of the 

Litteraire Witte Prijs

this Dutch litterature price has been established in 1977,
the medal depicts the building of Societeit De Witte on the Plein, The Hague,
text on the reverse:
Nieuwe of Litteraire Societeit De Witte

designer of the medal was Thea IJdens - Schipperheijn ( Dutch, 1941-1993)

in 1977 Hella Haasse (Dutch, 1918-2011) was the first writer rewarded with this price and medal:


Some items sold by Delta 98 Den Haag in May 2021


"I can turn this way...."

"Or that way...."
a gilt bronze figure of an elegant lady,
art nouveau, circa 1900, by
Alphonse Henri Nelson 
(France, 1854-1919)

"Overthere! A mill! To the right!"

"Another mill! That way!"

The sculptor Albert Polydor Termote (1887-1932)
depicted in 1932 
Don Quixote de la Mancha on his horse Rocinante.
When taking a closer look at the head of the horse and 
the way she takes the next step,
you can tell that Rocinante is going neither way....
She will take the right way

Don Quixote - Don Quichot - Don Quijote

the sculptures are now in 
private collections in The Netherlands


Art Nouveau lamp & Art Deco table mirror, sold by Delta 98 Den Haag


an Art Nouveau - Jugendstil hanging lamp
with chunky opalescent glass pieces, 
hollow blown tubes and red glass beads,
now in a private USA collection

an Art Deco, wrought iron
table mirror,
to an other USA collector

sold by 
Delta 98 Den Haag
The Hague, The Netherlands


Filming with 16mm film in the 1930's with a Kino-Kamera and showing the movie with a Filmo 57 projector

 recently sold by 

Delta 98 Den Haag

The Hague, The Netherlands

a used, but beautiful, almost new looking, 16mm film / movie camera, the

Kino - Kamera F

made circa 1936 by Siemens Kino Technik, 
SH, Siemens & Halske AG Berlin

with many exciting accessories, such as:

3x Schneider Kreuznach lens, the
Tele Xenar F:3,8 f=10cm,
Xenon f:2,3 F=5cm,
Xenon F:1,5 f=2,5cm
all with orange Siemens SH lenscap, nikkel protecting cap & Siemens leather case

and with:

Leitz Wetzlar, long base rangefinder FONOR, with black clamp,

BEWI precision exposure meter, text in German,

4 viewfinders in makers box,
metal film cassette for Kodak film,
several booklets 
and a leaflet with the text:


and an almost new looking, 16mm movie projector, the 

Filmo 57

made circa 1928 by Bell & Howell, Chicago, USA

in it's original potable case, with inside a charming little bottle

Bell & Howell Film Oil

now in private German and Belgium collections


Antique canes - walking sticks, sold by Delta 98 Den Haag

 recently sold by Delta 98 Den Haag, The Hague, The Netherlands:

an antique 19th Century walking stick / cane

extremely rare, because made of terrazzo,

a technique of very small pieces of marble or stone set into a binding mixture

for this object the mixture is placed around a metal rod,

the top handle is formed as a horse hoof, the length circa 95cm

a dandy's accessory:

a 19th Century walking stick / cane, fully handcarved,

the top handle as a sweet dog's head with glass eyes, length circa 108cm